Honest question: Aren't the methods used to get Covid mortality rate the same methods used for any other illness, like flu?
I.e., we don't know how many people had the flu but didn't show symptoms, or had symptoms but weren't treated, but we must have a way of estimating the accepted mortality numbers. So are the numbers for Covid any less accurate than those for the flu? If so why, and if not then isn't it reasonable to compare Covid mortality rate numbers to those of the flu, and in so doing legitimately say Covid is at least 20x more fatal?
I did this with the alignment stick first and then did the second part with my seven iron. The second run through with the golf club, I used my weighted club to hypercharge the core workout. This will definitely be part of my routine. I can see this as a warm up before hitting balls and/or playing.