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    After this ends, our gra ude should go to those who deserve it. London Breed in San Fran saved a lot of lives issuing the first shelter-in-place order in the country. Newsom was on point issuing the country's first stay at home order. On "your" side, Tucker Carlson is the one Fox anchor who didn't downplay it.
    Don't forget the medical personnel. Except for the assholes hoarding the malarian drug, they're the real heroes.

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    this could turn out really bad for us

    imagine 12-18 Wuhans

    devastating


    “I’m worried that New York might not be the worst-case scenario when you think about other states that have even older and less-healthy populations, and fewer hospital beds available,” said Retsef Levi, a professor of operations management at the Massachusetts Ins ute of Technology who has developed modeling tools designed to help public officials prepare for the spread of the novel virus and the disease it causes, covid-19.

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    Just consider your hands fubar and clean them. If you touch your face with a dirty glove, what's the difference?
    99% less likely to touch my face with a gloved hand. It's really just in the bigger stores. So much going on.

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    chicago, detroit, boston, new orleans, albany....

    good article but ing scary

    https://apple.news/A1iR_pPtEQ16o-cpJtWbhkA

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    this could turn out really bad for us

    imagine 12-18 Wuhans

    devastating


    “I’m worried that New York might not be the worst-case scenario when you think about other states that have even older and less-healthy populations, and fewer hospital beds available,” said Retsef Levi, a professor of operations management at the Massachusetts Ins ute of Technology who has developed modeling tools designed to help public officials prepare for the spread of the novel virus and the disease it causes, covid-19.

    Why not 1000 Wuhans? Wouldn't that be epic? And you could say you called it. YOU!!

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    Why not 1000 Wuhans? Wouldn't that be epic? And you could say you called it. YOU!!
    nah only big cities/metro areas could qualify

    sadly US has lots of those

    lets hope Im wrong

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    99% less likely to touch my face with a gloved hand. It's really just in the bigger stores. So much going on.
    I have a ton of nitrile gloves, but I probably wouldn't waste them on the store.

    Anyone ordering HEB or Wal-Mart curbside? I haven't yet, but heard HEB has their together on this.

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    This is a nice scapegoat, but nowhere near the full picture. We also passed on getting tests from the WHO, the CDC took too long to start and to authorize colleges and private sector to make tests.

    I don't care whose fault is it, but we botched a 3 month head start, and for all the grandiloquence about the tests now, it's too late. We still don't have a big picture, and we're just about to find out based on how many people die every day. We failed this one.
    You have to be honest with yourself and ask why our country and other western countries failed.

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    nah only big cities/metro areas could qualify

    sadly US has lots of those

    lets hope Im wrong
    Nah, it’s too late. Without mass testing, complete lockdown was the only way and it’s not happening.

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    You have to be honest with yourself and ask why our country and other western countries failed.
    the far right revolution over the last few years didn't help matters

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    CDC-constantly getting their funding cut, and oh and btw they fired the pandemic team. But it's the CDc'a fault

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    I have a ton of nitrile gloves, but I probably wouldn't waste them on the store.

    Anyone ordering HEB or Wal-Mart curbside? I haven't yet, but heard HEB has their together on this.
    use gloves man. any kind

    mask or scarf and thats it

    very easy oh and trash all the bags/cojntainers after

    then wash hands

    thats it

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    the far right revolution over the last few years didn't help matters
    Nixon for opening up China. Fools thinking as China got wealthier it would evolve toward democracy. Greedy businessmen selling out the country for cheap manufacturing to make more money.

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    You have to be honest with yourself and ask why our country and other western countries failed.
    too miopic and distracted with their plans. fighting between nationalists and globalists. these mother ers ed up

    US has a third world healthcare and pandemic preparedness

    oh and the white house was full of chimpanzees

    thats it

    very easy to explain

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    use gloves man. any kind

    mask or scarf and thats it

    very easy oh and trash all the bags/cojntainers after

    then wash hands

    thats it
    Hold your breath for long periods of time in public.

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    And of course I have a ton of plastic shopping bags I can use as mitts at the gas station and .

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    oh and having 3 or 4 gigantic corporations doesnt help. makes us slow

    (google, apple, amazon, walmart)

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    too miopic and distracted with their plans. fighting between nationalists and globalists. these mother ers ed up

    US has a third world healthcare and pandemic preparedness

    oh and the white house was full of chimpanzees

    thats it

    very easy to explain
    yup. Even someone with just a middleschool education could figure this out

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    This is a nice scapegoat, but nowhere near the full picture. We also passed on getting tests from the WHO, the CDC took too long to start and to authorize colleges and private sector to make tests.

    I don't care whose fault is it, but we botched a 3 month head start, and for all the grandiloquence about the tests now, it's too late. We still don't have a big picture, and we're just about to find out based on how many people die every day. We failed this one.
    China's.

    The West was complacent, but not devious like the CCP.

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    Nixon for opening up China.
    Genius short term move but the race to the bottom led to an overreliance on dem commies for a stupid just-in-time medical supply stocking scheme.

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    Don't forget the medical personnel. Except for the assholes hoarding the malarian drug, they're the real heroes.
    Yep. And the brave Chinese whistleblowers, as well. Not to mention all the checkers, baggers, fast food employees, truck drivers who are keeping society running. Exposes how people like Zucker aren't really that valuable in the grand scheme.

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    good about the next steps. after the initial shutdown... what happens next??

    Is the coronavirus playing games with the world? Do lockdowns have a lasting effect? Hong Kong was a rare success story in the global war on coronavirus. But it also showed what happens when such measures as social distancing, hygiene and protective gear are relaxed too soon. In the past week, confirmed cases in Hong Kong suddenly doubled, mainly due to overseas imports, prompting Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam on Wednesday, March 25 to bar all non-residents from the territory.
    This pattern of ebb and surge, which is unfolding also in China, Singapore and Taiwan, begs questions. Is the lockdown model for containing coronavirus at fault? After all, people do get fed up staying at home. Or was the lifting of restrictions premature? These questions lead to another: Maybe the virus did not in the first wave reach what epidemiologists call “critical mass” i.e., infecting enough people for the “herd effect” to kick in. It therefore returned for a second visit.

    https://www.debka.com/seeking-the-el...coronavirus-2/

    damn

    so even in strict lockdowns, herd effect does not kick in so 2nd wave could be as deadly

    ed up

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    Why not 1000 Wuhans? Wouldn't that be epic? And you could say you called it. YOU!!
    It will be 9/11 x 4236

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    Yep. And the brave Chinese whistleblowers, as well. Not to mention all the checkers, baggers, fast food employees, truck drivers who are keeping society running. Exposes how people like Zucker aren't really that valuable in the grand scheme.
    NBA players

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    this has 1918 written all over it

    1st wave hits old folk

    2nd wave obliterates youth

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