Saturday, June 27, 2020

Committing truth …

… UPMC doctor sees too much focus on rising COVID-19 cases, too little on declining severity and hospitalizations -

Yealy also said UPMC has tested more than 15,000 patients who were receiving non-COVID-19 care, with only about one in 400 testing positive. He said the rate, which has held steady for weeks, suggests that aren’t many people carrying COVID-19 who don’t know it.
Someone at The Inquirer should read this. Pittsburgh, after all, is in Pennsylvania.

See also: Hospital patients four times less likely to die now than they were in April, Oxford study finds.

But, no. Forget the silver lining. Only the cloud is real.

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