by Karl Denninger
Every one of these is a fact:
- We knew, in early March, that this virus was not universally-transmissible. That is, there was either existing cross-immunity among a material percentage of the population or the claimed “extremely” contagious nature of it via respiratory droplets was a lie — or some combination of the two. We knew this factually because people sharing a cabin on Diamond Princess had one person get sick and the second was both negative for the virus and never got ill. That’s flatly impossible when locked into an under 100sq/ft room with someone who has it unless you are immune for some reason. Therefore, the repeated claim that “nobody” has existing resistance to this virus is a known, documented lie.