/ Coronavirus in Poland
the more testing the more cases.
Ireland is carrying out more testing than Poland per capita, and the number of new cases has dropped to almost nothing, 59 new cases in the last week compared to Poland's 2,032. With the population of Poland being around eight times that of Ireland, a very crude comparison would suggest that Poland should have well under five hundred cases, if the infection rate is dropping as steeply as it has in Ireland. There is no getting away from the fact that Poland has failed to supress the virus.
@ Spike, the chart you posted doesn't relate to the study in Geneva. In any case, it's far too early to determine the exact fatality rate and it will vary according to demographics etc. We also don't have enough information yet about the long term damage to survivors.
All I do know for definite is that Ireland's annual deaths from flu is around 500 and we're already at 1,700+ deaths from coronavirus, so that's more than three times the rate for flu.
I have a feeling that you're very juvenile or have never experienced serious illness and death in your own immediate circle. Maybe you have but are desperately immature or have a personality disorder that prevents you from understanding the suffering this virus has caused in communities. Only a boy in his early teens trying to sound cool, would make inane comments about the 'corona comedy'.