Not understanding the attention gap ... tell me where I am wrong ..
Corona virus - peek (so far) about 50-deaths/day
Car accidents - about -- 100/day ( all age groups )
Death due to lead exposure 1095/day ( mostly older )
Lancet paper says something like number one cause of early death could well be lead exposure - low levels matter..
The paper says :
"Although we cannot exclude residual confounding, we estimate that about 400 000 deaths are attributable to lead exposure every year in the USA, of which 250 000 are from cardiovascular disease. Concentrations of lead in blood lower than 5 μg/dL (<0·24 μmol/L) are an important, but largely ignored, risk factor for death in the USA, particularly from cardiovascular disease."
"Our findings suggest that, of 2·3 million deaths every year in the USA, about 400 000 are attributable to lead exposure, an estimate that is about ten times larger than the current one."
So my take is 400,000 deaths a year is more important than the coronavirus by - how do I say this? -- A WHOLE LOT !!! ...
Those wanting to reduce their risk might want to consider BG and fattyacids..
( I have not had influenza after I started low-carb - many many years ago... )
Also - might be a link with people taking ace inhibitors and NSAIDs -- too soon to tell (I’ve said before that NSAIDs are not as safe as people think - I would only take a fever reducer if I had a fever over 103.5 - but then I might just do cold compresses..):