- Sep 5, 2018
Well as I said, it does not make sense to talk about a RRR and a ARR if it is about infected people. So that's not explicitly written but it is implicitThat is true. It's not written at all.
But where is it written that it's not about people with no infection either?
The test populations are two similar populations, one given the vaccine, and the other not given a vaccine.
Nothing can be said about whether the populations in question are infected or not as a whole. But it is safe to say the populations are not all uninfected, and also safe to say the they are not all infected.
But it is also probable that all of them are infected, and improbable that all of them are uninfected.
I take the position that the two populations are all infected. The subjects are merely in varying degrees of expressing the symptoms of infections, ranging from asymptomatic to mild expressions, of which only those showing mild symptoms are picked out in the study.
Furthermore, you don't take an infected population and then vaccinate them to test the vaccine? You take 2 un-infected groups, vaccinate and not vaccinate and see the evolution