Last updated by The POOG on November 22, 2020.

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In October, 2020, the reporting of the progress of COVID-19 has focused on the number of cases. Both authorities and media recount the latest daily “numbers” as if we are one step away from Armageddon. The public – at least the gullible – panic on cue demanding greater government restriction and control over the economy and social life.

Anyone paying attention and thinking critically would at this point, have asked “What’s a case?” The Government of Ontario has published such a definition[2]. Itt should br moted that a ‘case’ may be a person whom is asymptomatic and has not been tested but ha simply been near an active case(s).

References

  1. Jeff Deist. The Absurdity of Covid “Cases”. Mises Wire, October 02, 2020.
  2. Case Definition – Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19). Government of Ontario, November 20, 2020..