New UCLA/Stanford study finds that, if you’re between 50 and 64, your chances of dying from COVID-19 are 1 in 19.1 million

A new study from medical researchers at UCLA and Stanford University found the chances of contracting or dying from coronavirus are much lower than previously thought.

One America’s Pearson Sharp has the details.

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LINK; https://www.oann.com/ucla-stanford-study-finds-for-average-50-64-year-old-chances-of-dying-from-covid-19-are-1-in-19-1m/

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  1. I CAN NOT EVEN BEGIN TO EXPLAIN HOW PASSIONATELY I AM SICK OF THIS NONSENSE. VIRUSES HAVE ALWAYS BEEN HERE WITH US, AND IT IS NOT LIKE THIS IS SOME KIND OF DAMNED EBOLA OR EVEN TB. I AM A 67 YEAR OLD LADY, NOT TOO GOOD OF LUNGS, EVER SINCE I WAS BORN, BUT I SURE FEEL MUCH BETTER EVEN WHEN I AM SICK, JUST TO KNOW THAT PEOPLE ARE GOING ABOUT THEIR LIVES AND THERE IS NO LOCKDOWNS. KNOWING THAT PEOPLE ARE ALIVE AND WELL, WHEN AND IF I DO NEED TO MAKE A CALL FOR HELP IS ALL THE DIFFERENCE IN THE WORLD, AND TO KNOW THAT THERE IS AN ECONOMY WAITING FOR ME, WHEN I DO GET WELL. THIS IS STUPID, MANY TIMES I THOUGHT I WAS GOING TO DIE JUST WITH A COMMON COLD, AND I BEARLY COULD WALK TO THE BATHROOM. EACH INDIVIDUAL IS DIFFERENT AND SHOULD ADJUST PRECAUTIONS ACCORDINGLY TO AGE AND MEDICAL HEALTH.

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