If Better Hygiene & Social Distancing Will Reduce Wuhan Infections by Half Then Common Flu Same Next Year?


Although reportedly it’s been a quite bad common flu season in the U. S., with as many as 50,000 deaths so far, that number undoubtedly would be significantly higher had the hygiene instructions and social distancing measures not been implemented to hinder the spread of the wuhan virus, so assuming the death toll by the wuhan will climb to about 10,000 in the U. S., that therefore it’s reasonable to think the death toll by the wuhan could have been 20,000 without the preventative measures, the total number of common flu deaths could be halved next flu season if similar measures would be taken then.