Logic is all about relat­ing indi­vid­ual pieces of infor­ma­tion in a con­sis­tent way. “Consistent” means non-con­tra­dic­to­ry. An appar­ent ten­den­cy of two pieces of infor­ma­tion to appear incon­sis­tent calls for express dif­fer­en­ti­at­ing clar­i­fi­ca­tion, with the log­i­cal­ly required depth of dif­fer­en­ti­at­ing dis­cus­sion depend­ing on the extent to which both pieces of infor­ma­tion appear similar. 
While in recent weeks we have been focused on estab­lish­ing and com­pre­hend­ing as deeply as pos­si­ble the immuno­log­i­cal “big pic­ture” in viral epi­demics from so far only part­ly inter­con­nect­ed evi­dence in the spe­cial­ist lit­er­a­ture, in order to derive action­able rec­om­men­da­tions, we briefly sum­ma­rize what has emerged in terms of feed­back as well as addi­tion­al insight with regard to our first arti­cle since it appeared. 
In this arti­cle, we sug­gest what we con­sid­er, in large part poten­tial­ly instead of dras­tic quar­an­tine for basi­cal­ly every­one, to be the most log­i­cal and most promis­ing approach to sur­viv­ing the Coronavirus pan­dem­ic, both on an indi­vid­ual and on a sys­temic lev­el. We draw con­clu­sions from infor­ma­tion uncov­ered and dis­cussed by the med­ical sci­en­tif­ic com­mu­ni­ty and by med­ical prac­ti­tion­ers, and give prac­ti­cal instruc­tions on what to do.