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Australian TV editor suspects Hanks' wife gave him virus

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The virus causes only mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough, for most people but can be severe in some cases, especially older adults and people with existing health problems

And this guy feels 100%??

Am I misreading all that?   Could it be that maybe the panic about the possible health impact of this thing might be a bit overdone?

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Australian TV editor suspects Hanks' wife gave him virus

Seems like an awful thing to say. It's not like it was intentional.

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How does he know that he’s not the one who infected Rita?

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Why? What was he doing with Hank's wife?

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This isn't news, someone that wanted a selfie gave it to him, he gave to wife, Google it

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The virus causes only mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough

Yes, I'm also getting the impressions that this news is what Americans call a "nothing burger". So in whose interest is it to make such a big panic about nothing? Who is benefiting from it?

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"According to the World Health Organization, people with mild illness recover in about two weeks, while those with more severe illness may take three to six weeks to recover."

2 weeks to recover from a "mild" illness?

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Wakarimasen

No you read it right but why would one guys testimony question what you know?

1 out of 10 develop such a severe illness (thats almost untreatable) that they need the iCU unit.

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I'm pretty sure he doesn't care whether she gave it him or not. It's not HIV.

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It's everywhere! It's impossible to say who gave it to you, jackass!

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The virus causes only mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough, for most people but can be severe in some cases

Yeah, so does a normal flu.. right?

I lost someone in Bangkok 6 years ago, she had a flu that turned into a pneumonia, she passed away 2 days later at 26 years old, really sad.

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People don't want to pass around this super-flu because everyone knows somebody who could be vulnerable to it and die

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