- Nov 28, 2020
The majority of cases are unconfirmed because at least 80 percent have no symptoms and as such have nothing to be tested for. I have also heard though not sure that people with no symptoms actually test negative because there is not enough virus to trigger a positive.Substack? Lol.
The author there makes an error so elementary that I suspect it is on purpose to deceive you. He is using estimates of unconfirmed cases for the case count and only confirmed deaths for the death count. So he’s using an apples to oranges comparison to try and push his narrative.
Basically he’s lying to you or he’s incompetent. I would blacklist him and never read anything he says again if I were you.