My analogy was more to do with the fact you seem to be stating that Coronavirus does not kill you, but something it causes does.Not exactly. The Human Immunodeficiency Virus actually shuts down the immune system leading to Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome, which allows all sorts of opportunistic infections to kill you. ARDS, where the immune system actually does the killing, can be propagated by literally anything, including the common cold, which no one bothers to track. Hundreds of years of "it's just a cold" (which progresses to pneumonia then recorded as a pneumonia death, when it was really an ARDS death) make the contortions going into hyping the newest pandemic seem a bit much.
True 20 minutes is an exaggeration, surely I am allowed one that doesn't make any difference, especially compared to all the exaggeration, misdirection, and outright lies on the other side of the argument. No matter how quickly those nurses gown up, they aren't going in more than they have to, and they will not stay any longer than they have to.
Actually being in a Covid-19 isolation ward, I wasn't bothered by the nurses much at all. With the thermostat set at it's coldest setting, every hero that visited complained of it being hot in the full suit, and made their way out as quickly as they could. I should note that in February, I was admitted for heart attack symptoms, and left with diagnosis of RBBB and LQTS. During my later admission for "Covid-19," episodes of VT and even a weird, thankfully transient, VFib (which lasted about 4 minutes) were basically ignored.
Luckily, or perhaps unluckily, I keep proving to be hard to kill.
The same with HIV.
The only time I noticed it too hot was when in a slightly different gown which was basically made of the same polythene as as a thin bin bag. The rest of the time it's fine enough.