How Many People REALLY Had COVID?

A new analysis suggests there have been fewer undocumented cases than previously thought. This is bad news.

Possibly the most maddening statistic to find during this pandemic has been one of the simplest — the number of COVID infections.

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F. Perry Wilson, MD MSCE

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Writing about medicine, science, statistics, and the abuses thereof. Commentator at Medscape. Associate Professor of Medicine at Yale University.

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