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Alex Berenson
1/ A research paper from Vo (an Italian town that locked down early and tested almost all residents) is out. Of note: NOT ONE CHILD UNDER 10 (OUT OF 234) EVEN TESTED POSITIVE FOR THE VIRUS. (One teenager did.) Remind me why we've closed schools?
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Alex Berenson Apr 20
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2/ Further: “All asymptomatic individuals never developed symptoms... and a high proportion of them cleared the infection.” : it’s just like every other virus.
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Uman Being Apr 20
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The kids go back home after school..
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Jonathan Martin Apr 20
So ? If the parents have underlying conditions then the kids stay elsewhere until they have had and cleared the bug, then it's safe for their parents to have their kids live with them and go to school each day.
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Ron Apr 20
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You’ve got at least consider the teachers Alex.
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Leatherwood Apr 20
I’m not really picking on your response. But the point isn’t that they didn’t have symptoms. It is that they never even tested positive. If you can’t find the virus using PCR, it’s probably not there and can’t be spread.
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President-Elect Jenny Sanderson Apr 20
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Death rate ages 0-17 with no underlying conditions in New York City= ZERO
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menotu Apr 20
Can't open windows in many offices, schools, etc.
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EricTysonMoney Apr 20
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