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Albedo (talkcontribs)

This articles states (under Infection#Progression) that "...Treatment slows progression by a maximum of -0.53 per day (less with poor treatment)..." - so what is "poor" treatment, or for that matter "good"? Does it simply scale with the Treatment value (effectively capped at 100% to create the "maximum")? Do beds matter beyond the Treatment value? If the patient is mobile, does bedrest matter? (urgh, so many variables, so many unknowns.) All I know from observation is that a standard bed and prompt 70% treatment (max for herbal med) gets the job done on resting prisoners - but could it be better/faster?Albedo (talk) 19:51, 26 March 2022 (UTC)

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