- Dec 11, 2018
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a good starter is because they lied,,,I made an mistake, so why are we suppose to be angry with China and WHO?? You have never answered.then why did you respond to me and not them???I was answerig the other poster. You try to stay on topic.that wasnt your question,,,please try and stay on topic,,,the kicker is its been explained dozens of times on this forum already and you havent caught on as to why,,,Try to explain it, I really want to know.I would try and explain it to you,,,but we all know you wouldnt understand,,,People often mistake the flu for a bad cold, since flu symptoms mimic a cold. When you catch the flu, you might experience coughing, sneezing, runny nose, hoarse voice, and a sore throat.
But flu can progress into conditions like pneumonia, or worsen other chronic issues like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and congestive heart failure, which can quickly become life-threatening.
Flu can directly lead to death when the virus triggers severe inflammation in the lungs. When this happens, it can cause rapid respiratory failure because your lungs can’t transport enough oxygen into the rest of your body.
The flu can also cause your brain, heart, or muscles to become inflamed. This can lead to sepsis, an emergency condition that can be fatal if not immediately treated.
-----------------------------------------------While most cases of the flu resolve on their own, it can become life-threatening if complications like pneumonia arise. Learn the facts.www.healthline.com
China is exempt from the flu and people do not die from pneumonia, but we have both extensively.
In the same article it says:
However, it’s difficult to accurately track how many cases of the flu each year lead to death from complications. States aren’t required to report flu diagnoses in adults to the CDC, so it’s likely that adult deaths associated with flu go under-reported.
What’s more, adults don’t often get tested for flu when they’re sick, but instead get diagnosed with an associated condition.
So people die from pneumonia, and we never check to see if its a novel coronavirus?? Wow!!!
The director of the WHO must be tight with China, they are working secretively.
No it has not. Do you mean, we should be angry with China and save the money we pay (us taxpayers) to WHO? Do you mean we want a US man to be director of WHO and China needs to pay us and all the other countries that suffered that they didn't check the pneumonia cases right away (as in the article it says the US doesn't either)