Well, I’ve gone from being a big fan of Tesla with a deposit on a vehicle to “what the hell is wrong with Elon?!”
I just can’t be a Tesla customer now.
Sure. I won't comment further. I'm mystified about what is so terrifying given we've seen countries without government lockdowns like Sweden who are doing better than countries with lockdowns. I also don't understand strong avoidance of respectful opposing viewpoints from friends
But if the death rate per infection is higher in Sweden (which at 12%+ it is), then the real question is what are they doing to lower the infection rate per million people? If we know WHY their infection rate is lower, then maybe removing lockdown makes sense.
In that case you're being selective about the data, so why should I believe that things are really trending down for them? All we have right now is reported data, and there is no reason to suspect that Sweden is reporting a lower % of cases than the rest of the world.
So then maybe don’t comment about California if you haven’t been following it. People are scared bc it is scary. At this point we don’t know why younger people are dying from Covid-19. Once people know what they can do to prevent that, they’ll be more confident.
I agree that death rate is probably inaccurate. But there is no reason to believe Sweden is missing more cases than anywhere else. It seems logical that most places are missing cases by the same proportion, which means that death rate from one place to another IS informative.
Also, I haven’t been able to find the data, but I believe the US is seeing more hospitalizations of young people than expected. I’ll keep looking for the facts. So there is a logical reason to be nervous about exposure to germs in public including health offices.
Also on: @cleverdevil