Coronavirus Research Facts

Dr. John Loannidis credentials: Professor of Medicine (Stanford University) Prevention Research, of Epidemiology and Population Health and by courtesy, of Statistics and of Biomedical Data Science.

Now Dr. Loannidis has done research find that the coronavirus’ Infection Fatality Rate (IFR) in most of the world is less than 0.20 percent, much the same as the flu.

Survivability numbers, courtesy of PJ Media.

Age Median IFR Survival Rate Estimate
0-19 0.0027% 99.9973%
20-29 0.014% 99.9860%
30-39 0.031% 99.9690%
40-49 0.082% 99.9180%
50-59 0.27% 99.7300%
60-69 0.59% 99.4100%

5 responses to “Coronavirus Research Facts

  1. On population statistical levels, most causes of harm/death are relatively low… unless you happened to be in the small percentage group, in which case harm/death is rather personal. It’s kind of similar to the horrors of history, if you happen to be in the group that the king/government decides to put on the front lines, toss into a mass grave, or starve on a march to some foreign region where those in charge believe your belong. Reminds me of my family history and how an ancestor ended up on a land-rush/homesteading event in Oklahoma in the 1880’s (I believe they staked out 140 acres). – Oscar

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  2. All database have been manipulated. Now there are some doctors who want to say the truth. People begin to doubt because they said so mane fake news on tv and on papers abd it’s terrible.

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  3. For a somewhat better understanding of Dr. Loannidis’ work and concerns, read: https://www.statnews.com/2020/03/17/a-fiasco-in-the-making-as-the-coronavirus-pandemic-takes-hold-we-are-making-decisions-without-reliable-data/ . The data set shown is one theoretical interpretation of extrapolated information from data collected under difficult and limiting circumstances; although, it may be close to the best the scientific community can do for now.

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    • I’d need to go back and re-read the article, but it seems to me the Dr. did say this information was obtained from a interpretation of extrapolated information from data collected under difficult and limiting circumstances.

      Happy Gardening

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