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    Novel coronavirus isn't a localized public threat.

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    Chump, you still hiding at home?
    Hey buddy, can you remind me about the stock purchase you tried to transact a couple of weeks ago but wasn’t successful?

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    Novel coronavirus isn't a localized public threat.
    Montana not like New York. Don't know WTF you're referring to.

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    Montana not like New York. Don't know WTF you're referring to.
    DMC harebrained scheme to have "successful" US states subsume others, as well as his tacit argument that there is no legit federal role in a pandemic that affects the whole country.

    You'd have to have read through the conversation. I know that's really hard for you.

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    DMC harebrained scheme to have "successful" US states subsume others, as well as his tacit argument that there is no legit federal role in a pandemic that affects the whole country.

    You'd have to have read through the conversation. I know that's really hard for you.
    I don't care about your conversation with DMC.

    The response to the pandemic should be at the state and local level as a matter of pragmatism.

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    I don't care about your conversation with DMC.

    The response to the pandemic should be at the state and local level as a matter of pragmatism.
    Um, what pragmatism?


    Viruses don't respect political borders and US states have balanced budget amendments. The USG doesn't. Shouldn't the federal government help the states in a pandemic?

    If not, why not?

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    Um, what pragmatism?


    Viruses don't respect political borders and US states have balanced budget amendments. The USG doesn't. Shouldn't the federal government help the states in a pandemic?

    If not, why not?

    Virus spreads differently in rural vs. urban environments, .

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    Virus spreads differently in rural vs. urban environments, .
    Not contested, but US states, given budgetary restraints, lack the resources to deal with historic pandemics without compromising other public services.

    I guess that's just their tough luck in the so-called United States of America, huh?

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    I don't care about your conversation with DMC.

    The response to the pandemic should be at the state and local level as a matter of pragmatism.
    There is no local level response in GOP states. Abbott already stuck us with a one size fits all response in Texas. Cities can't enforce mask laws, laws on occupation percentage in restaurants / bars, all this talk about local control is a ing load of when the state tells cities what the law is.

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    There is no local level response in GOP states. Abbott already stuck us with a one size fits all response in Texas. Cities can't enforce mask laws, laws on occupation percentage in restaurants / bars, all this talk about local control is a ing load of when the state tells cities what the law is.
    Texas is doing pretty good, all things considered.

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    Texas is doing pretty good, all things considered.
    Based on what?

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    The whole nation has been trending down in percent of hospitalizations fatality and case for weeks regardless of states manipulation of data

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    The whole nation has been trending down in percent of hospitalizations fatality and case for weeks regardless of states manipulation of data
    Those are your reasons. I asked for DarrinS's, thanks just the same.

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    Texas was never in bad shape to begin with. The data are showing downward trends in positivity rate, hospitalization rate, and deaths per day. Also, recovered cases about double active cases.

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    Word on the street is that the thousands of deaths in these protests are now being recorded as "COVID-19" deaths. Unreal.

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    "the streets"

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    Surgeon general: 'You understand the anger'

    “Based on the way the disease spreads, there is every reason to expect that we will see new clusters and potentially new outbreaks moving forward," Jerome Adams said.

    There will likely be new rash of coronavirus cases following widespread protests this weekend over racism and the death of George Floyd — but people’s concerns need to be heard, Surgeon General Jerome Adams said in an interview.

    “I remain concerned about the public health consequences both of individual and ins utional racism [and] people out protesting in a way that is harmful to themselves and to their communities,” Adams said in a phone call.

    He was leaving a White House meeting with governors to discuss the protests that have rippled across the country after video footage showed a white Minneapolis police officer pinning Floyd, an African American, by his neck. Floyd died in police custody minutes later, after telling the officer that he could not breathe.

    “Based on the way the disease spreads, there is every reason to expect that we will see new clusters and potentially new outbreaks moving forward,” Adams said.

    https://www.politico.com/news/2020/0...navirus-294270

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    Surgeon general: 'You understand the anger'

    “Based on the way the disease spreads, there is every reason to expect that we will see new clusters and potentially new outbreaks moving forward," Jerome Adams said.

    There will likely be new rash of coronavirus cases following widespread protests this weekend over racism and the death of George Floyd — but people’s concerns need to be heard, Surgeon General Jerome Adams said in an interview.

    “I remain concerned about the public health consequences both of individual and ins utional racism [and] people out protesting in a way that is harmful to themselves and to their communities,” Adams said in a phone call.

    He was leaving a White House meeting with governors to discuss the protests that have rippled across the country after video footage showed a white Minneapolis police officer pinning Floyd, an African American, by his neck. Floyd died in police custody minutes later, after telling the officer that he could not breathe.

    “Based on the way the disease spreads, there is every reason to expect that we will see new clusters and potentially new outbreaks moving forward,” Adams said.

    https://www.politico.com/news/2020/0...navirus-294270
    SA's Santikos is giving away free movie tickets, one per day, to HS grads with school ID cards.

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    SA's Santikos is giving away free movie tickets, one per day, to HS grads with school ID cards.
    Wtf does this have to do with Elnono's post?

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    Wtf does this have to do with Elnono's post?
    Nothing. boutons posting per par.

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    Weren't the models predicting 3k deaths per day june 1? Ouch fail again.

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    WHO and other experts say no evidence of coronavirus losing potency

    there was no evidence to support an assertion by a high-profile Italian doctor that the coronavirus causing the COVID-19 pandemic has been losing potency.

    Professor Alberto Zangrillo ... state television that the new coronavirus “clinically no longer exists”.

    Zangrillo’s comments were not supported by scientific evidence.

    There is no data to show the new coronavirus is changing significantly, either in its form of transmission or in the severity of the disease it causes, they said.



    “In terms of transmissibility, that has not changed,

    in terms of severity, that has not changed,”

    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-h...Health+News%29

    MX and BR will have 10Ks of deaths

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    Weren't the models predicting 3k deaths per day june 1? Ouch fail again.

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    TUESDAY, May 5, 2020 (HealthDay News) -- As many states began to reopen their economies on Monday, a new internal report from the Trump administration predicts that will come at a cost: There will be 200,000 new coronavirus cases and 3,000 deaths every day by the end of May.

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