Is Covid like the season Flu?
Covid first was recognized at the end of December of 2019 and it is now July 2020 which makes it 8 months. Does the season Flu in your neck of the woods usually last that long?
Trump, Feb. 10: “And by the way, the virus. … It looks like by April, you know in theory, when it gets a little warmer, it miraculously goes away — I hope that’s true. But we’re doing great in our country. China, I spoke with President Xi, and they’re working very, very hard. And I think it’s going to all work out fine. Rough stuff, I tell you, rough, rough stuff. But I think it’s going to work out good. We only have 11 cases, and they’re all getting better.
Well it is now July 1st at 7:43 am in my part of the world and as far as I can tell the virus has not as of yet faded away (Maybe it has in your area of the world?). Take Houston Texas (a place know for hot humid weather) for example, for the past few days Covid cases have been spiking up according to one report I saw three days ago the number of Houston-area coronavirus cases is at 47,421 with 630 deaths.
Does seasonal Flu data compare with the date found at the linked site below?