2) The Asian paradox

2) The Asian paradox

During the first year of the pandemic, several East Asian countries had a very low coronavirus infection rate, and many ‘health experts’ falsely assumed that this was due to face masks.

In reality, it was due to very rapid border controls in some countries neighboring China as well as a combination of metabolic and immunologic factors reducing transmission rates.

Nevertheless, many East Asian countries eventually got overwhelmed by the coronavirus, too.

See charts on daily new cases.

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