That Almost All the Cities in the U. S. Saw Outbreaks of the Wuhan Virus Indicates Wide Spread Rural Areas In Between


When you consider that essentially all of the cities in the U. S., all across the Country, saw outbreaks of the wuhan virus at its peak during the spring, it’s almost crazy to think that during the four months preceding that it had been spreading in the U. S., the rural areas and small towns between the big cities would not have been infected too in varying degrees, thus the estimated mortality rate of 0.1% makes sense assuming 50,000,000 to 80,000,000 having been infected, seemingly a safe assumption.