UCLA, Stanford study finds for average 50-64 year old, chances of dying from COVID-19 are 1 in 19.1 Million

Short video – “Doctors were shocked to learn how low the risk really was,”reports Pearson Sharp of One America News.

“The likelyhood of contracting the coronavirus are much, much lower than previously thought.” It is “an extremely rare event.”

“People are vastly overestimating their chances of getting sick and going to the hospital.”

“Even the odds of being hospitalized are vanishingly small, even for someone in the at-risk category.”

Compare this to the risk of dying in a car crash, says Sharp, which is 1 in 114. (I can’t begin to believe the risk of dying in a car crash is really this high.)

Thanks to Gary Vaughan for this video

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September 15, 2020 at 11:18AM

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