Santa Clara County Random Sampling for Wuhan Antibody Shows About Half of That Population Has Carried the Virus


Random sampling for the wuhan antibody was conducted in Santa Clara county in California recently at a drive thru facility, about 3,000 samples taken, and about 50% of those showed the wuhan antibody, in California where the spread of the wuhan virus is greater than in the Heartland states, so it’s reasonable to infer that maybe 20% of the U. S. population has been infected, thus the mortality rate similar to that of the common flu, about 0.1%. Now it’s time for such random testing across the Country.