Doctor Shares The Biggest Lie About COVID-19 | UK Data

There has been a particularly harmful misconception which has led many to believe coronavirus is a trivial problem that won’t affect them.

These are results from the first 775 patients admitted to intensive care in the UK, with COVID-19.

Time to put the misconception that this disease only preys on the elderly and those with significant medical conditions, to rest.

Erratum: Thanks to a couple of friends who pointed out that I should’ve been clearer with the deaths statistic – when saying around half have died, that refers to those with outcomes recorded, ie patients who have either left ICU alive or dead. Many of these patients are still in ICU right now, so the rate may change *however* if you click the link below you can see a steady state emerging between discharge alive and dead, suggesting the 52:48 ratio is probably about right.

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China has confirmed that person-to-person transmission is possible with a newly identified coronavirus emerging from the city of Wuhan in the central province of Hubei. As of January 22, 2020, at least nine deaths were blamed on the virus, and cases were being reported in other parts of Asia and as far away as the US, pushing health authorities in China and around the world to step up their efforts to contain the infection.

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