The graphic compares the peak and the duration of the outbreak, with and without governments taking any measures to contain the spread of the reported coronavirus.
De Morgen claims that without measures there would be more infections over a shorter period of time but with the outbreak lasting only half as long as when governments would implement containment measures.
For the other scenario De Morgen claims that there would be less infections during the peak but that would cause the outbreak to last much longer.
Either way, except for hospitals having problems to receive the high number of potential patients, the outbreak and the virus are not more noteworthy than the seasonal flu.
Worldwide, seasonal flu is estimated to result in about 3 to 5 million cases of severe illness, and about 290,000 to 650,000 respiratory deaths, claims the WHO.
It’s obvious that dubious agendas are being advanced, piggybacking on the manufactured coronavirus hysteria.