He discusses the pandemic and the overblown world reaction to it. As an example, he points out the a World Health Organization [WHO] official on Tuesday attempted to clarify a previous statement about coronavirus transmission by asymptomatic individuals being “very rare.”
Dr. Maria Van Kerkhove, WHO infectious disease epidemiologist, said there had been “misunderstandings” about her comments made on Monday. Yes, evidently she told the truth and undermined the entire reason for the lockdown. In a Facebook Live video, Van Kerkhove said asymptomatic people can in fact spread the virus, though the degree to which they can is unknown.
“We do know that some people who are asymptomatic or some people who don’t have symptoms can transmit the virus on,” she said. “What we need to better understand is how many people in the population don’t have symptoms and, separately, how many of those individuals go on to transmit to others.” She said she was referring to two or three studies when she made her statement on Monday. So was she lying when she said it or when she took it back.
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