Right which is NOT at all what you posted. This just says it won't be a 10% or 36% but instead closer to the flu.
"We found a lower case fatality rate (1.4%) than the rate that was recently reportedly,1,12 probably because of the difference in sample sizes and case inclusion criteria. Our findings were more similar to the national official statistics, which showed a rate of death of 3.2% among 51,857 cases of Covid-19 as of February 16, 2020."
Even it ends up being a 1% mortality rate , that's an order of magnitude greater than the flu.