COVID-19 might just be four times less deadly than once projected, especially by the now discredited Imperial College Loneon models, a new estimate says.
“A review of antibody surveillance studies — which paint a much clearer picture of how many people have really been infected — suggests the coronavirus has a mortality rate of 0.25 per cent, meaning it kills one in every 400 people who get it,” The Daily Mail reports.
Most coronavirus modelling, including the grim Imperial College London projection that warned 500,000 Brits could die without action and convinced ministers to impose a lockdown, are based on a death rate of around 1 percent. For comparison, seasonal flu is estimated to kill around 0.1 per cent of patients.
The new estimate was based on figures from 23 different testing surveys […]
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