“0. 05% to 1% is a reasonable range for what the infectious mortality figures now say, with an average of about 0. 25%.” The mortality rate in a country is highly dependent on the age structure, who is infected and how it is treated. Ioannidis says that for people under 45 years of age, the infectious mortality rate is zero! And for people between 45 and 70 years of age, the infectious mortality rate is probably between 0.05 and 0.3%, which is historically comparable with other seasonal respiratory viruses. “Globally, school closures have increased the number of people at risk of hunger to 1.1 billion and endangered millions of lives with the potential resurgence of tuberculosis, childhood diseases and malaria. Across the world, containment measures have increased the number of people at risk of hunger to 1.1 billion and endangered millions of lives with the potential resurgence of tuberculosis, childhood diseases such as measles, interrupted immunization programmes and malaria. For people under 45, the mortality rate from infection is close to 0 per cent. Already in March, at the beginning of the VIDOC 19 epidemic, the highly respected Stanford epidemiologist John Johnnydis was sharply criticized for “expressing” “his” opinion that governments make decisions without reliable data. These people fear the virus and want to protect the state through “security measures” that effectively suppress constitutional rights and freedoms. I hope they are reversible, and much depends on our ability to avoid draconian arrests and deal with OVID-19 smart, risk-adjusted and accurate, rather than blindly closing everything. On the other hand, there are people who understand the opinion of Dr. Ioannidis who are not afraid and do not watch the evening news. These “frightened” people are not worried about the economic consequences of receiving unemployment benefits for 40 million people. In the case of vulnerable and weak elderly people with multiple health problems that are infected in nursing homes, the percentage may reach 25% in the case of a serious epidemic in these institutions.