UndercoverElephant wrote:So, my mother is now out of quarantine and apparently fully recovered from covid. She felt a little under the weather for a few days, and had a bit of a cough. What a strange virus. Kills some healthy people in their 20s and 30s, but some other people have almost no symptoms, even though they are 81, taking all sorts of medicines including for heart conditions, have an enormous leg ulcer that hasn't healed for 2 years, and mid-stage dementia.
Since my post has been deleted, I will repeat it here.
On your first point, I am glad to hear your elderly mother has recovered from Covid 19 since this virus is, indeed, dangerous to many, though by no means all, elderly people and those who are not elderly but who have significant co-morbidities, mostly of the cardiovascular system. But, again, even for those with comorbidities, the danger increases significantly with age.
On your second point. Bollocks.
The data is in now from many countries around the world and, even using the worst data available, we already know that this virus does NOT kill young people other than in such fantastically small numbers as to be regarded as little more than statistical noise. The vast and overwhelming majority of those people who die of this virus are the very elderly and those with significant comorbidities.
Those are the facts.
Your post, above, implies that young people are dying in numbers other than the fantastically tiny. In which case, the only possibilities are that you are either (a) unwittingly ignorant of the facts or (b) are deliberately pushing a false narrative due to being wantonly ignorant of the facts or due to being aware of them but having some other motive for pushing what you know to be a lie.
So, which is it?