I remember a Palmer anecdote about being a young pitcher going right after a vet with his wickedest stuff, the vet handling it and Palmer's conclusion "well, I suppose he's better than me", and think that anecdote was about Kaline.
A regular HOF at baseball, but an absolute inner circle HOF at person whose name makes a word.
Kaline's ascent following his early peak season didn't flatten nearly so much as Markakis's.
Yes,that is one of the reasons we will never get a true count of deaths from the virus in any country. EMS here when someone dies in their home are putting down cardiac arrest. They don't have time to test them for obvious reasons.
But the lung damage for people who survive seems to be also something that may linger with them for life,including in the young who have to be incubated . Preliminary studies show that they may have greater risks from even the normal flu in the future.