Im not sure how the WHO can come up with a death rate of 3.5% since China, Italy and Iran seem to have the most and none of them are known for telling the truth. Its hard for them to lie about deaths, but easy to lie about number of cases. The only 2 reliable sources I can see are the Diamond princess where over 600 were infected and 6 died (the majority infected are probably in the most vulnerable category), or Singapore where 112 have caught it and none died yet.A bit of a worry , mainly killing those over 60 with , apart from the above , any history of high blood pressure. Also , it is killing twice the number of males than females for some reason. To make matters worse the W.H.O. is saying the death rate for all those infected is around 3.5 % which is around 20 to 30 times the % death rate for flu. Now taking into account that most of those infected are likely younger than 60 and probably 50% of all those infected are female then the chances of fatal consequences for males over 60 must be around 15 to 20% and rising substantially for those with any of the quoted underlying health conditions
Maybe time to get that will organised me thinks.
Still not great.