Back in April, GraniteGrok pointed out that there was no good reason to prevent in-person education. Since then, we’ve brushed up against the topic scores of times, and each has included even more evidence kids are not a vector for transmission to kids or anyone else. Anthony Fauci just said the same damn thing.
Stanford and UCLA wanted to know how many people you’d have to come into contact with before you might catch COVID19. They crunched data to determine the odds of contraction, if that would result in hospitalization, and then death. Per the Report, ‘actual risk may not align with public perceptions.’
A friend of mine had a severe medical event that required immediate hospitalization during the peak of lockdown in New Hampshire. After admission to the hospital for his condition, he was tested for COVID19. Everyone gets tested. He was tested twice, and his results were positive, but that’s not what is so remarkable.