Latest case count is 2,426,700 and death count is 122,400. If we believe the death counts are accurate (they should be pretty accurate, but this is a fair debate point) then the true cases are 24,267,000 which means the true death rate is 122,400/24,267,000=.5%. Or about 1 out of every 200 hundred infections leads to death. (Seasonal flu is 1 out of 1,000) CDC chief also says those with existing conditions like kidney disease, lung disease, serious heart conditions, sickle cell, diabetes, and obesity are at higher risk. Imagine out of a random sample of 200 Americans, how many do you think have one of those conditions? From these numbers, someone may conclude it’s actually more so the underlying conditions that are contributing to death rather than the virus. If these numbers are correct, it seems an average healthy person is virtually immune. What do you now think about the risks? Does this change your views?