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CV Central - 4/23/2020 - "What Will Determine the Second Wave"

Coronavirus Central
CV Central - 4/23/2020 - "What Will Determine the Second Wave"

Episode 54 takes a hard look at what we should expect from a second wave.  Instead of basing our modeling on the idea those who have had Covid are automatically assumed to have immunity, against the growing body of evidence of weak antibodies, we look instead at the nature of what Covid does, what other coronaviruses do, and look at the physical reasons why a second wave could be far more dangerous.  We see clotting becoming a major problem, eyes infected, and connect these to a coronavirus which can last longer, infect more ways, and has shown the ability to recur with greater virulence from mutation and greater risk to people from an increased volume of viral load.  We imagine a number of cured people going out to claim victory, but what if our future is far more sick people going out to unwittingly infect one another without the immunity they assume, dangerously, to possess,

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