Posted: Dec 03, 2022 10:24 am
by Fenrir
Wortfish wrote:
Rumraket wrote:One more month, still no evidence it will go extinct. Place your bets now!

The virus is still around, but it has acquired so many mutations to escape detection that it cannot replicate and infect as well as it did early on.

According to worldometers there were +191,554 new cases today. What was it you were attempting to equivocate away again?