How does COVID-19’s (SARS-CoV-2) infection rate compare?

R0 is the basic case reproduction number.
“It’s the average number of successful transmissions per case when everyone in the population is susceptible.
While R0 is above one, case numbers would increase. If R0 equals one, case numbers are stable– on average, each case gives rise to just one more case. And when R0 is less than one, case numbers decrease. So it’s clearly important to know what R0 is. For COVID-19, because it’s caused by a new virus, SARS-CoV-2, we can assume everyone is susceptible. We can estimate R0 by looking at the average number of secondary cases per case– if we can find chains of transmission– or from looking at how cases increase in the population over time, which is known as the epidemic curve. An epidemic curve is a bar chart of cases by time.

Professor Judith Glynn
https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/covid19-novel-coronavirus

RO for COVID-19 ~ 1.5 to 4.5 (Avg 3.0)
R0 for Measles ~ 15
R0 for Chickenpox ~ 10
R0 for SARS ~ 3
R0 for Ebola ~ 2
R0 for flu ~ 1.5-3 (Avg 2.25)
Source: London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

Note: My focus in recent posts was to understand the numbers and keywords used by these health experts. I need to comprehend their narrative to debunk it.
As Jon Rappaport points out, the VIRUS is a convenient smokescreen for agendas and corporate ills.
As can be seen from their own experts COVID-19 “on average” is comparable to seasonal flu or SARS-1.
So we have to ask why the overbearing and excessive mechanisms of the state are being used to respond to this “pandemic”? There are multiple solutions (outcomes) for the globalist oligarchs and supranational criminals from the “covid-19 virus” scare!

I think it will be worth my time to compile the multiple outcomes that result from the bull excrement called the “Covid-19 Pandemic”

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