I got a study saying 86% of cases of CoV2 have gone unreported and the Oxford study says up to half the population of the UK could be infected. You just don't know what the hell you're talking about.
They're not my figures, they all come from top experts from top institutions, the figures aren't the issue and they can be found all throughout this thread. If you want to comment on them then go right ahead. If one of your comments is actually interesting or exceptionally stupid I might respond but I'm not debating someone like you because you don't know what you're talking about and your intellectually dishonest.
The authors of the Oxford study have made clear they do not beleive the computer model used is complete and the evidence is also clear that if this is true at the time of the study then the death rate should already be falling.
So 86% unreported.
Leaving the amount reported at 14%
Let's plug this in.
Italy 86,000 reported gives 600,000 infected.
Based on current deaths this will kill 100,000 Italians or 0.2% of population.
If you look at countries doing thorough testing then the morbidity is 0.2-0.5% so this seems reasonable.
Go beyond this and in a country like Italy that hasn't carried out community testing then a large percentage of your remaining 14% are identified because they have been hospitalised. No healthcare system can handle those numbers.