While we’re on the subject of seasons.
Can anyone venture a guess as to why coronavirus cases would spike Down Under? Ooh, ooh! (raises hand) Pick me!
Obviously, because cold and flu season in Australia peaks from July to September! Duh. Oh, and you know…how coronaviruses are highly seasonal.
But hey, let’s not expect that the media will ever become honest here in the United States. They will not let silly things like facts get in the way of their fear narrative. This fear porn is still being pumped out quite effectively in the United States, despite the fact that coronavirus is all but dead there.
They probably said to themselves, “Hell, if it’s gone, then we’re just going to have to run ten times as many tests during the off-season!”
Because they really are that shameless. Right now, the media is so far removed from presenting you with an accurate, reasonable account of events that they will never tell you that this was perfectly expected to happen in the Southern Hemisphere.
Coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2 or otherwise, is also known as a common cold. It can do some damage to those already heavily damaged, but for the rest of us, it ought to be business as usual.
PS: Let’s leave discussion on PCR and the viral cause of illness out. Whether the little RNA sequences are a cause or an after-effect, PCR seems to be able to detect it better during actual cold season. Then there will always be the good old false positives!