In this episode we wrap up our exploration of all the superstitious activities which do not prevent people from getting infected with viruses. And these aren’t my opinions. This is “science.”
In the podcast I fuck up the numbers. I forgot to slip the decimal two places and thus what I am saying are percentages are not percentages.
Here are the real numbers:
Population = 7,800,000,000
Infected = 10,044,731
Deaths = 499,892
Percent total population infected = 0.1287%
Percent total population dead = 0.0064%
Case-fatality, percent infected population dead = 4.9767%
Population = 328,200,000
Infected = 2,531,733
Deaths = 125,630
Percent total population infected = 0.7714%
Percent total population dead = 0.0383%
Case-fatality, percent infected population dead = 4.9622%
Larimer County, Colorado:
Population = 356,899
Infected = 705
Deaths = 29
Percent total population infected = 0.1975%
Percent total population dead = 0.0081%
Case-fatality, percent infected population dead = 4.1135%
Sources for infection and death numbers:
Source material for this episode:
Some of the government papers referenced in this study:
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