Understood, I was just trying to clear up what is actually known vs. what you had heard, which doesn't match with the science, to date. Also, remember it's still early in Florida's accelerating outbreak, so it's possible they're seeing less severe cases right now, but some will progress to more serious illness. The other possibility is that FL is admitting less serious patients than they were in April/May. If it turns out there actually is virus weakening going on, we can all celebrate then, but it's way premature to conclude that yet.All logical and you know more than I. I am just going by her comments that it is less severe at every age yet they are getting overwhelmed now. Last we talked they had 2-3 cases. As I posted above the same hospital has 50. Maybe it was just absent in NE FL up to now. Maybe it is just less people quarantining, I have no clue.
But while I admit that only time will tell if the infection rate is higher or lower that previous and NY/NJ for comparison, the severity is less. She mentioned that none of the 50 are intubated and several are on high flow oxygen while virtually everyone was on a ventilator a month or more ago.