Good point. There are close to 44 million infections that have been verified. That still puts us around 65%. And the number is likely much higher.Aye? you've added the 120 million infected to the 184 million vaccinated
So you're saying theres zero overlap between the two pools of people, not very likely is it?
I’ve pretty much given up on this argument. I think I’m running into confirmation bias .
Based on a survey of 7000 individuals who were infected with COVID-19. Less than 1% of those individuals have been reinfected. And 7000 Individuals is a pretty good estimate of the general reinfection rate . Especially if you add the other 7000 in the study .
But apparently that’s irrelevant.