By Duncan Smith
The more we discover about the coronavirus, the more we figured out we were duped into nearly destroying our economy by fraudulent data and healthcare hucksters.
As reported by the Washington Times, the more the country reopens, the fewer coronavirus-related hospitalizations we are seeing. And what’s more, new data even suggests that asymptomatic coronavirus victims rarely spread the disease.
The Times reports:
Georgia led the way in reopening its economy as Gov. Brian Kemp defied critics, including President Trump, by telling gyms and salons that they could do business again in late April.
Six weeks on, Georgia is faring well: The number of hospitalizations has dropped from about 155 a day to about 110 a day and the new positive test rate remains about the same, even though many more are performed.
The same thing has happened in Florida, where another Republican governor, Ron DeSantis allowed his stay-at-home order to expire May 4. The state's positive test rate has ticked up, but the number of hospitalizations has dropped from about 160 a day on average to 130, according to a Washington Times analysis of state data.
Texas, which joined Georgia and Florida in leading to country to reopen, has more mixed results. Its positive test rate has risen significantly, and after weeks of little change, the number of COVID-19 hospitalizations spiked late last week. More than 1,800 cases were being treated Friday and Saturday.
But even with Texas' increase, each of the states is in good shape to handle outbreaks, with 10 times as many available hospital beds as COVID-19 patients. In short, experts say, they succeeded in bending the curve and preventing a surge in cases that might have overwhelmed their medical system, and cleared the path to reopening.
Dr. Jeffrey Singer, a senior fellow at the Cato Institute and a practicing surgeon in Arizona, told the paper, 'The good news is we have learned in the intervening few months, it seems like if you are under the age of 65 or 70 and generally healthy, the odds of this doing you in is relatively small.”
Now, taking this for what it’s worth considering it’s coming from the World Health Organization, whose chief reportedly helped China cover up the outbreak early on, researchers with WHO say people with coronavirus who don’t have symptoms hardly ever spread it.
The Washington Examiner notes:
Maria Van Kerkhove, head of the WHO's emerging diseases and zoonosis unit, said during a press conference on Monday that it is “very rare” for asymptomatic people to widely spread coronavirus. Van Kerkhove said contact tracing of those who tested positive found that very few asymptomatic carriers gave the virus to others.
'From the data we have, it still seems to be rare that an asymptomatic person actually transmits onward to a secondary individual,” she said. “We have a number of reports from countries who are doing very detailed contact tracing. They're following asymptomatic cases. They're following contacts. And they're not finding secondary transmission onward. It's very rare.”
In a separate editorial for the Examiner, Kaylee McGhee wrote what most Americans are going to feel when they learn this new information.
“It's difficult to put into words how infuriating this discovery is. If asymptomatic carriers aren't the problem, we could easily have localized our response to the coronavirus by asking only those with symptoms to stay home and quarantining hot spot areas where the spread was out of control,” she wrote.
“Instead, we adopted a one-size-fits-all approach because we were acting under the presumption that any person at any time could be spreading it to just about anyone.”
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