Why do healthy people who contract COVID-19 die faster than the so called at risk?
There have been a lot of stories in the news recently about healthy people getting the virus and dying with 24 to 48 hours whereas the so called at risk hang on for weeks in the ICU. Why does the disease progress so much faster in the young and healthy than it does in the old and at risk?
- Anonymous1 month ago
Manipulation of the Stats.
Those so-called "healthy" have underlying disease that would be inconvenient to disclose. (ie. Drug addiction, smoking, alcoholism, etc.)
The current rule is, anyone who dies and has another disease, for statistical purposes dies of "C-19" regardless of the actual cause of death.
[Really Nobody dies of C-19, they all die of complications linked to C-19. Such as pneumonia, asbestos, Emphysema, Cystic Fibrosis/Bronchiectasis, etc.]