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This episode is a discussion with a person who was a participant in the Stanford serological study. Basically he talks about the selection bias in the study sample, and the wrong inferences we can make from that.
2 thoughts on “Browncast Episode 95: Stanford serological study incorrectly underestimates infection fatality rate”
New York did a study on 3000 randomly selected people at grocery stores. 13% had antibodies
Approx. 0.6% CFR, perhaps a bit higher assuming some of the people will develop symptoms and pass away at a later date.
In line with Iceland data ( which has tested approx 10% of total population)
0.5% – 1% CFR seems likely. 0.2% seems way too low.
Old people highly disproportionately impacted, it’s very low risk to younger people. I think there is some propaganda overstating impact on young people to get them to behave.
I think there is some propaganda overstating impact on young people to get them to behave.
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