New Study Show Dying From COVID-19 are 1 in 19 Million

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UCLA and Stanford COVID Coronavirus Study

A new study at UCLA and Stanford University found the chances of contracting or dying from Coronavirus are much lower than previously thought. The reason people should not continue to panic.

The UCLA Medical and Stanford University study finds that for 50 to 64 years old, the chances of dying from COVID-19 are 1 in 19.1 million, according to OAN.

If you do not have underlying conditions like heart problems, diabetes, liver, or kidney disease, there’s no need to panic or isolate yourself.

Although people continue to die, the rate of undetected infection is exceptionally high because COVID-19 is airborne, WHO confirms.

WHO is also studying the high probability that you can acquire coronavirus through airconditioning and ventilation in an enclosed office or facility.

At-risk people

If you have an underlying condition, the only way to stay safe is to avoid human contact and remain inside a controlled environment.

To date, 94 percent recover from COVID-19, while the 6 percent that died were mostly “at-risk people.”

Aside from HCQ and Azithromycin, which may have side-effects, Remdesivir treatment has worked for most patients.

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