The Covid-19 Numbers Don’t Tell the Whole Story

by Jeff Brown
Casey Research

By now, we’re all well aware of COVID-19.

I first started tracking COVID-19 in late December. Having lived in Asia during the SARS outbreak of 2002–2003, I knew how serious this could get.

As of this writing, there are more than 1.4 million confirmed cases worldwide. And there are over 200 countries or territories with confirmed cases. This is truly a global pandemic.

But here’s what most don’t realize: The number of actual cases is higher. Much higher.

And I’d like to explain why that isn’t a bad thing. It is actually good news.

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