D&D and the rising pandemic

Zardnaar

Legend
Well, it’s a small study that only looks at a part of the human immune response, but this isn’t exactly great news:

Herd immunity probably won't work.

I'm wondering if it can "reactivate" after recovery.

Back up to 5 cases. No community spread.

 
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Istbor

Dances with Gnolls
Herd immunity probably won't work.

I'm wondering if it can "reactivate" after recovery.

Back up to 5 cases. No community spread.


Hopefully. Depends on if the correct response is stored in Memory T Cells. If my biology is still correct.

Could take longer for the body to adapt a strong response, or as you like to point out, (bad. worse, awful) may never develop a long-term way to consistently fight the virus.

I definitely worry about people I know in Florida though. On a good note, they are in one of the counties that didn't rush reopening.
 





Umbran

Mod Squad
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Hey, my state is doing well. Like, lowest transmission rate in the nation - Rt currently at 0.67.

 


ad_hoc

(they/them)
Hey, my state is doing well. Like, lowest transmission rate in the nation - Rt currently at 0.67.


The graph on that page is grim. 17 states above 1.1


Rt.jpg
 


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