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New Data Suggest the Coronavirus Isn’t as Deadly as We Thought

The COVID-19 shutdowns have been based on the premise that the disease would kill more than two million Americans absent drastic actions to slow its spread. That model assumed case fatality rates—the share of infected people who die from the disease—of 1% to 3%. The World Health Organization’s …

Read the full report from The Wall Street Journal by Andrew Bogan.

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