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Coronavirus hit East Asia 20,000 years ago

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MysteryMike

Goes to show we manage to survive it 20,000 years ago when we didn't even have modern medicine and medical treatment than today alone is no trouble.

Wanna see what the fearmongerers have to say now! Ha!

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fred_mc
4 hours ago, MysteryMike said:

Goes to show we manage to survive it 20,000 years ago when we didn't even have modern medicine and medical treatment than today alone is no trouble.

Wanna see what the fearmongerers have to say now! Ha!

Yes, humanity wouldn't have any problem surviving Covid-19 without modern medical treatment since it is only a small fraction who die, and of those who die many are anyway too old to have children so it wouldn't affect humanity's ability to reproduce much. However, many more would have died and that would have been sad.

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Seti42
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WRONG! Covid was invented by Bill Gates, Tom Hanks, China, and the Radical Left to keep trump from being reelected!!1

5G chips are in your cereal! Wake up sheeple!

Edited by Seti42

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Mr.United_Nations
On 6/27/2021 at 2:20 AM, MysteryMike said:

Goes to show we manage to survive it 20,000 years ago when we didn't even have modern medicine and medical treatment than today alone is no trouble.

Wanna see what the fearmongerers have to say now! Ha!

You know there's more than one?

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