I hate to say this, but problem with India is that Indians are incapable of processing multiple variables. I was confident enough to put my money on my convictions in March. I was confident enough to eat food in restaurants prepared by someone else, I was confident enough to go to my dentist and let her hygenist put her instruments inside my mouth. And I did this in arguably the most infected country in the world. The later two parts may be mentioned either on this thread or the other Covid-19 thread, but No! Despite mentioning that I do this for politeness, a person will take this one variable and try to make a case that I am not confident. News flash, guy. There is something called morbidity rate. That rate requires finding out what percent of population is infected in the country. No country has ever found out what morbidity rate is. In a country of 1.3 billion, India has done only 12 million tests that is not even testing 5% of population and multiple tests could be done on the same person. If morbidity rate 20% and if you keep doing tests and start finding out that more infected cases then that does not mean that the disease is rising, but that is what people conclude.Exactly asked. Since you are so confident that mortality is negligible and herd immunity exists I wonder why you still wear a mask.
You last statement implies politeness isn’t altogether it. So let’s end it here.
Dr. Fauci is the biggest idiot on the planet. He is predicting second wave and third wave, when morbidity rate is not known. Furthermore, there is no interest to find that out because, atleast in America, it is about making government spend money. Outside America, every country is too poor to do any significant research and testing. Also, even if they find out the truth, America is going to ignore it because America does not give a damn about the outside world.
However, let's just set all that aside and while I am not thinking this way, but for the sake of argument, we know that there is medicine for malaria, does that mean that its is ok for someone to get malaria? It is perfectly OK for someone to protect himself from getting sick. Protection has nothing to do with any fear of diseases, it is just staying healthy and being productive. Its like saying that because you wear seat belts, you must be afraid to drive a car. Thus, I conclude you are scared of driving cars.