Not to in any way discredit the analyses and suggestions of the CDC or Fauci, the Santa Clara County statistics of the Coronavirus’s impact demonstrate a surprisingly “normal distribution” of COVID-19 cases and deaths in the heart of Silicon Valley.
The chart appears to suggest anyone can get the virus, and younger people, I surmise because of their more intense social interactions and back-to-school regimen, are more prone to getting the virus yet not dying from it. Young people, including those asymptomatic and likely untested, appear dangerous to have around aging people with weakened immune systems.
Surely, it cannot be understated 70% of Americans with weakened immune systems from their chronic dependence on prescription drugs are especially vulnerable, and in my view, a cause of why The United States will have a higher case rate than a country of our medical acuity should have.
As I wrote last May, the second wave is merely the second wave of human ignorance to the serious threat the virus poses.