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If the Covid-19 is not stopped, are we prepare to meet our doom?

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  • 2 months ago

    No, because every who survives it once will develop antibodies so that if they catch it a second time, they will be able to fight if off much more effectively. The first-time exposure is the worst of the lot. Once you survive it once, you won't be doomed unless your immune system is weakened by something else (i.e. if you catch a cold right before catching the virus, you may not be able to fight it even if it is your second-time exposure as it takes a while for your immune system to recover after a cold).

    Worst case scenario is that everyone in the world catches it. If that happens, there will still be a large percent that survive with a stronger immunity to it, so it will never have the power to doom us all. It might doom all the people who are heavy-smokers or have weak immune systems though. That's why its so important to slow the curve, because those with weak lungs and immune systems will be doomed if they catch it!

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  • D g
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    2 months ago

    IT IS A FLU  .. i had a severe bout with the flu earlier this year and took flu medication .. it will not  ELIMINATE EVERY PERSON ON THE PLANET  

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    The DOOM of continuously washing my hands?

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  • Jim
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    Around 98% are immune or recover. That's nowhere near a doom scenario.

    Remember, all the precautions are to keep the hospitals from getting overwhelmed.

    • Lady2 months agoReport

      no, covid 19 is a NOVEL virus, meaning no one is immune to it because it is NEW and we havent built up anti bodies to it. The only way we can become immune is for us all to catch it eventually (thats why they want to 'flatten the curve so as the people who are going to get very ill will have help)

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  • 2 months ago

    No. This first preliminary description of outcomes among patients with COVID-19 in the United States indicates that fatality was highest in persons aged ≥85, ranging from 10% to 27%, followed by 3% to 11% among persons aged 65–84 years, 1% to 3% among persons aged 55-64 years, <1% among persons aged 20–54 years, and no fatalities among persons aged ≤19 years.

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    About 1-3.5 % of us may perish if it rages out of control. That is like 100 million people world wide. The survivors will have immunity but if the virus mutates again, then the same thing can happen again and again unless we come up with vaccines.

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  • 2 months ago

    Get a shovel and start digging in the back yard.  Or watch "Contagion" with Matt Damon.

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  • 2 months ago

    We just gonna have machines to make our food. We just won't eat meat anymore. Or maybe we should have our own crop... wash them really good.

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Few of us will actually die so no, I'm not really worrying about it.

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  • 2 months ago

    Here in the USA the mortality rate is less than 1.5% and the only people at risk of dying are those who are already in deep trouble health-wise. 

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