What are the chances of death with the corona virus?
- scowieLv 62 months ago
Zero... read 'Fear of the Invisible' by investigative reporter Janine Roberts. The word "virus" is a misnomer. The exosomes they are identifying are not an invading organism and not pathogenic, i.e. not the cause of disease.
- Old Man DirtLv 73 months ago
There is no clear published figures I feel are authoritative enough to know. It is claimed 3 to 4%. In portions of the population with immune system disorders it can be very high (aged, young and AID's patients or others with immune system disorders such as XXY)
- RichardLv 63 months ago
for a healthy person, next to nothing. for someone with a weak immune system (real young or real old, pretty good if not treated
- kelvinLv 73 months ago
all depends on your immune system
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- .Lv 73 months ago
If you're 80+ and sick, the changes are sixteen percent. So far, no child has died worldwide and only one teenager (who had breathing problems to start with) died.
So if you're a healthy 12 year old, your chances are zero.
- MackLv 53 months ago
Very small. Up to now only 4000 deaths out of 116,000 cases
- CeiLv 53 months ago