Common Flus in U. S. Have Killed 10X the Number by Wuhan Virus Would Be Considered Average Flu Season


As long as the number of deaths in the U. S. by the wuhan flu stays under about 40,000 (it’s now 1/10th of that), and had the wuhan virus not been identified among the many viruses which can cause flu-like symptoms, the total number of people who will have died this flu season in the U. S. would be less than the largest death toll years in the U. S. for the common flu (when there was no wuhan virus).