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marie999

(3,334 posts)
33. Even at 75% and 75%, that is only 186,000,000.
Mon Jun 29, 2020, 02:01 PM
Jun 2020

That leaves 145,000,000 who can still get the virus.

It makes sense if the new mutant variant is less deadly. Laelth Jun 2020 #1
Slight correction but viruses cannot live as they are only molecules. cstanleytech Jun 2020 #5
This message was self-deleted by its author Rainbow Droid Jun 2020 #42
The virus doesn't need us to live very long, only long enough to spread it to others groundloop Jun 2020 #15
Exactly. Ligyron Jun 2020 #40
The mutation appears to affect infectivity Red Pest Jun 2020 #26
We are still at the beginning of the beginning Roc2020 Jun 2020 #2
This is frightening. I know I've probably watched far too many "end of the world" movies... NurseJackie Jun 2020 #3
Parallels NurseJackie Traildogbob Jun 2020 #17
Oh, Traildogbob Jun 2020 #18
Good point Ponietz Jun 2020 #21
Thanks... I'll definitely be voting. NurseJackie Jun 2020 #22
Humans have been around a long long time, and our ancestors before that, and Steelrolled Jun 2020 #37
Yeah, they'll never wipe us all out. Ligyron Jun 2020 #41
Yes, nor am I but... jimlup Jun 2020 #45
I'm a historian, not an epidemiologist. a la izquierda Jun 2020 #44
Thanks... NurseJackie Jun 2020 #46
The death rate is coming in under 1%. Igel Jun 2020 #47
OK, I managed to read the whole article. ananda Jun 2020 #4
That depends on WHAT PART of the virus is neutered by a vaccine. Eyeball_Kid Jun 2020 #11
consider the RW who refuse any vaccine kiri Jun 2020 #14
Even at 75% and 75%, that is only 186,000,000. marie999 Jun 2020 #33
Interesting math.... Dan Jun 2020 #43
If I was polled my answer would depend Sugarcoated Jun 2020 #35
I've believe I've read posts here on DU Steelrolled Jun 2020 #38
The article says that the behaviors wnylib Jun 2020 #24
I read that the vaccines hkp11 Jun 2020 #20
Nobody knows for sure. That is wnylib Jun 2020 #25
Starting to hear that the antibodies in someone who recovers louis-t Jun 2020 #6
I have seen two studies that say the same. Laelth Jun 2020 #10
I wonder if the repeated infections wnylib Jun 2020 #27
Kick dalton99a Jun 2020 #7
Doesn't this mean creating a vaccine for each variant? Duppers Jun 2020 #31
These germs, viruses, and bacteria are very adaptable to change. keithbvadu2 Jun 2020 #8
So true Steelrolled Jun 2020 #39
One of my personal favorites... Jedi Guy Jun 2020 #48
KnR! Canoe52 Jun 2020 #9
Kick and recommend. bronxiteforever Jun 2020 #12
K&R 2naSalit Jun 2020 #13
KnR Hekate Jun 2020 #16
You are seeing natural selection at work. roamer65 Jun 2020 #19
Yep. Smart-assed little beasts. wnylib Jun 2020 #29
If thousands of adaptations are possible, Duppers Jun 2020 #30
Maybe. roamer65 Jun 2020 #34
An AIDS vaccine has been in the works Duppers Jun 2020 #36
Really Angry!!!!! McKim Jun 2020 #23
This is one of the kinds of science-y articles matt819 Jun 2020 #28
Huge awesome universe(s) wnylib Jun 2020 #32
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