Seriousness of the Corona Virus Pandemic

Seriousness of the Corona Virus Pandemic

 Most people do not take the corona virus seriously because they assume the death rate is quite low but what happens when the reported data is investigated further and analyzed using Sheila’s method. 

The John Hopkins website is probably the best known in the world for corona virus statistics.  The website reports the number of cases, number of recoveries and number of deaths. 

Sheila pointed out that the only two numbers worth looking at are the number of recoveries and the number of deaths.  That is, when a person catches the disease they either recover or die from it.  So its the total recovered and died that determines the seriousness of the corona virus.

For Nov 20, 2020 the John Hopkins website reports the following recoveries and deaths for Canada, Mexico and Globally.

In Canada there are 259,262 recovered and 11,354 deaths.  So of the 270,616 people in Canada who caught the corona virus as of Nov 20, the death rate is 4.2% or on average, 1-in-24 people who catches the virus will die from it.
In Mexico its much worse.  Mexico has 766,361 recoveries and 100,104 deaths for an average death rate of 11.6% or 1-in-9 people in Mexico who catches corona will die from it. That’s pretty serious and likely reflects how poor the social health care system is in Mexico. Globally the death rate is 3.6% or 1-in-28 people who catch Corona will die from it. 


So if anyone says its not serious, they need to think again.

Further the corona virus is far more nasty than most people realize.  If a person recovers from corona virus, it remains in the body for the rest of their life kind of like the shingles virus but it is different in that respect.  However similar to the shingles virus, the corona virus can reappear in the future and cause new health problems later in life. 
No one is immune to the corona virus and there is no such thing as herd immunity.  If a person recovers from the corona virus, they can easily catch it again because the corona virus mutates so a person can be reinfected with a new strain.  That’s why flu-shots change every year because there is always a different flu strain each season.  Catching the corona virus a 2nd time is much harder on the body, recovery is slower and more severe. 
The corona virus doesn’t just affect the lungs but spreads to every organ in the body. From the host medium, that is to say, from the lungs, the virus encroaches on the vessels of all organs and begins its actual work of destruction in the form that it calls forth disturbances in the micro region of the organ’s circulation; in fact, independent of the inflammation of the lungs. Consequently, damage is caused, whereby, for example, infarcts of the vessels occur in the intestine and brain, as well as heart trouble, heart failure and pulmonary embolisms and so forth, which can ultimately lead to death. The secondary immune system also plays an important role in the whole process.
If the comprehensive circumstance of the corona virus is to be explained, then it basically corresponds to a partly mutating germ and, in different forms, to a germ that is becoming more dangerous, which indeed attacks the lungs as a transitional host in order to then attack the vessels of other organs in a life-threatening inflammatory form. A particularly critical aspect of the corona virus is the fact that it results in changes in all vessels, however, it also attacks the protective cell layer of the inner surfaces of the various organs.  The blood vessels and lymphatic vessels–become inoperative and thus inevitably cell death. Therefore, in the last phase it is not a lung disease as such, rather a disease affecting the entire organ system, that is to say, a life-threatening inflammation of all or many of the vessels of the organs. In this respect, only individual organs can be affected first, but then all organs can be affected very quickly, which means that in one case, individual or several organs can fail, and in a serious case, even all of them can fail practically simultaneously. Therefore, an acute intestinal failure and a lung failure can occur or a failure of the kidneys, liver, spleen, the brain or the stomach, but also a failure of the pancreas. Cardiovascular problems are also to be mentioned, which lead to sudden heart failure, just as various organs can fail simultaneously. Therefore there is no uniformity in how the virus may attack each person as each person has a unique immune system.
Also the blood vessels, arteries and veins and even the skin are extremely susceptible to the corona virus, as are the cornea of the eyes as well as the ossicles and the taste buds, because the virus can directly attack and infect all the mentioned organs, and damage them through inflammation right up to organ failure, consequently the function of the vessels is destroyed. Covid19 may also spread to unborn babies, toddlers, older children, adolescents and adults of all ages, including the elderly, it attacks all their organs; such as the lungs, kidneys, liver and spleen, the brain, the intestines, the stomach as well as the pancreas and the heart. And under certain circumstances there is also an uninhibited attacking activity on mammals of all species, as well as on various creatures; even bugs such as cockroaches and other life forms can be infected by the corona virus.

3 thoughts on “Seriousness of the Corona Virus Pandemic

  1. Excellent article, you covered all the effects. Hey you used the method. It appears that more people are “recovering” compared to a month ago. It makes me wonder if a a person becomes infected again after recovered, will they be listed as a new case? Will they be removed from the recovered category?
    I’ve finished making my second batch of kefir. No one wants to taste it though lol.
    Building up my immune system by taking 1,000 mg of Vitamin C for adults according to Billy’s information. That a person should take 12.5 mg per 1 kg of body weight. Also 7,000 IU of Vitamin D3 (optimal amount) along with essential minerals and a multi vitamin.
    It’s going to be with us for a very long time unfortunately.

  2. Hello Sheila,

    Well the thanks really goes to you for posing this unique and intriguing perspective. I’ve started taking D3 but you are one up starting to make your own kefir. Want to revise/update the “Discussion” blog to make it easy for folks to post and make comments with improved categories one of which would be health. In that regard it would be great if you could share where you obtain your kefir starter and basic instructions how to make it; I’d be interested for sure. Hoping over Xmas I can spend a little time to improve the site “Discussion” forum.

  3. Hey Terry, a huge thanks for getting this website up and running and all the hard work you’ve put into it.
    The Kefir (pronounced Ka Fear) starter kit is available from any health store. They store it in the cooler as it has to be refrigerated before use and after completion. I pour 1 litre of milk into a glass bowl and wait until it’s at room temperature and then I mix in one of the packages of the kefir starter kit and cover it. It has to be kept at at least 22 degrees Celsius so I’ve been putting it on the lowest setting of the warmer burner on my stove. Let it sit for 24 hours and viola, it’s ready. I usually scoop out 1/4 cup of it to make my next batch. You can only do this once from the starter kit. Sorta tastes like sour cream and can be refrigerated for up to 5 days (if it lasts that long).

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