From WebMD– Most people who get COVID-19, the disease caused by a coronavirus called SARS-CoV-2, will have only mild illness.
Mild COVID-19 cases still can make you feel lousy. But you should be able to rest at home and recover fully without a trip to the hospital.
Coronavirus Recovery Rates
Scientists and researchers are constantly tracking infections and recoveries. But they have data only on confirmed cases, so they can’t count people who don’t get COVID-19 tests. Experts also don’t have information about the outcome of every infection. However, early estimates predict that the overall COVID-19 recovery rate is between 97% and 99.75%.
“Most people who get COVID-19,” Web MD says, “will only have mild illness.” Yet, schools across America, mostly where Democrat governors are in control, like in the state of CA, where Governor Newsom has imposed some of the most restrictive lockdown orders, continue to isolate kids from friends, forcing them to spend their days staring at a computer screen.
Yesterday, Rep. Tom McClintock(R-CA) blasted Governor Newsom for his irrational lockdown of CA citizens. “Last spring, I asked Anthony Fauci if he’s taken into account the human cost of his lockdowns? The suicides, the drug, and alcohol abuse, the domestic violence, the deferred health screenings and treatments, and the poverty-related deaths that his policies have set in motion?” He blasted the idiocy of overreaching government mandates on citizens, blasting that American citizens with COVID have a “99.98% survival rate,” adding that “40% don’t even know they have it!” “Even for the most vulnerable group over 70, the survival rate is 94.6%!”
COVID-19 doesn’t seem to be following the curfew, so Governor Newsom is now threatening a “hard lockdown” of virtually the entire state throughout the Christmas season. 𝑫𝒐𝒏 𝒘𝒆 𝒏𝒐𝒘 𝒐𝒖𝒓 𝒑𝒍𝒂𝒈𝒖𝒆 𝒂𝒑𝒑𝒂𝒓𝒆𝒍. pic.twitter.com/LMn5P4mqez
— Tom McClintock (@RepMcClintock) December 3, 2020
Remember, Democrat governors know what’s best for you!
Yesterday, an 11-year-old middle school boy killed himself while sitting at home with his sister, who was in another room, during an online zoom class.
Mayo Clinic – According to the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Children’s Hospital Association, in the United States children represent about 10% of all COVID-19 cases. Research suggests that children younger than ages 10 to 14 are less likely to become infected with the virus that causes COVID-19 compared to people age 20 and older. Hospitalization rates for children are also much lower than for adults.
KCRA-3 reports – The student attends Woodbridge Elementary School, a spokesperson with Lodi Unified School District confirmed. The shooting happened during a sixth-grade Zoom class.
Neighbors said they heard the young boy’s sister running out of the house and screaming for help this morning.
“The sister come here, banging on the door,” said one man who did not wish to be identified but who called for emergency response. “That little boy was one the nicest little boys you’ll ever want to know. He was special. Easygoing. He was the type of person who would never hurt anybody. Soft-spoken, with a beautiful smile.”
David Bain, Sacramento executive director for the National Alliance on Mental Illness, said when talking with your children about mental health, it is important to educate yourself as much as possible on how to have that conversation. Parents should watch for any signs of sadness or any other extreme behaviors.
“Avoid saying things like, ‘You will get over it,’ or ‘toughen up.’ Be empathetic and understanding of how they feel. Tell them whatever is going on won’t change how you feel about them, that you still love them and care for them,” Bain said.