Thanks, Wayne, for sharing your opinions.
With my post above, I wanted to point out that the data about “number of infections” they give us all the time, may not be based on real scientific data collection.
How about “covid hospitalizations? More than a year ago, they did 2 independent investigations into these data in the UK, and they found out that 65% (if I remember correctly) of “covid hospitalizations” were in the hospital for other reasons. Take for example a man with a gunshot wound. He comes to the ER. They immediately give him one of those flimsy covid tests (for very obvious reasons). This patient may not have any symptoms, and he may not even have the virus, but if the test shows him as “positive”, he would be listed as a “covid hospitalization” (I believe, this is done the same way in the USA)
How about “covid deaths”? I have no doubt…. If this guy with the gunshot wound (the “covid hospitalization”) succumbs to his injuries, they will also list him as a “covid fatality”
In other words, IMHO, those so-called “scientific data” and covid statistics we see all the time, are quite questionable.