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    Since Trash barred states from sending data to CDC, count goes down, but 80% of states report increasing cases.

    https://ourworldindata.org/coronavir...pickerSort=asc

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    I'm going to wager "Benny" is being disingenuous somehow.
    The headline on the right is from March when we assumed would be over by June. And before Twitter decided to crackdown on misinformation

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    only 2/3 of Americans will accept C19 vaccination, that 2/3 being the fittest for surviving

    the other unfittest 1/3 can GFY

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    only 2/3 of Americans will accept C19 vaccination, that 2/3 being the fittest for surviving

    the other unfittest 1/3 can GFY
    Not that high

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    Lol I cant imagine more than 55% of americans willing to get a covid vaccine this year

    Maybe next year if nigas dont grow tails and

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    Yeah, we just don't care. Lol.

    How does this herd immunity equation change if half the population is already immune?
    if half the population has been infected then we better have a long-term health care plan for these people for long-term problems.
    because we don’t have a vaccine therefore they got the disease and possible lingering consequences

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    ifr less than flu



    Lol

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    Show your math or foldren.

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    Forecast: 300,000 U.S. COVID-19 Deaths By December 1

    Health experts at the University of Washington said

    70,000 lives could be saved if people were scrupulous about wearing masks.

    https://www.huffpost.com/entry/covid-death-prediction-us-december-2020_n_5f2ccd9fc5b64d7a55f1126c

    150K more dead in about 150 days = 1000 dead/day avg



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    The Most Common Long-Term Symptoms Of Covid-19

    A new study has identified a pattern of symptoms likely to be experienced by people hospitalised with the virus.

    For around one in 10 people who develop Covid-19, the symptoms don’t pass after a few weeks.

    Fatigue,

    breathlessness,

    psychological distress – including problems with concentration and memory – and

    a general decline in quality of life

    are commonly reported in those who end up in hospital.

    The results showed the most prevalent symptom was fatigue.

    More than 60% who had been treated on a ward reported fatigue, and

    one third described it as moderate or severe.

    For patients who had been in intensive care, 72% reported fatigue.

    Of those, more than half said it was moderate or severe.

    The second most common symptom was breathlessness.

    The third most prevalent issue was neuropsychological symptoms. Almost a quarter of people who had been on a ward and just under a half of the people who had been in intensive care had some of the symptoms of PTSD.

    More than two thirds (69%) of patients in the intensive care group and just under half (46%) of the other group said

    their overall quality of life had deteriorated since becoming ill.

    there’s “very little information” on longer-term problems after people are discharged from hospital.

    for some, the road to recovery may take months and it is vital specialist rehabilitation is on hand to support them,”

    after three weeks of reporting symptoms,

    a group of people continue to experience
    fatigue,
    headaches,
    coughs,
    loss of smell,
    sore throats,
    delirium, and
    chest pain.

    https://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/ent...a?guccounter=1



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    “There’s a joke about immunology, which Jessica Metcalf of Princeton recently told me. An immunologist and a cardiologist are kidnapped. The kidnappers threaten to shoot one of them, but promise to spare whoever has made the greater contribution to humanity. The cardiologist says, ‘Well, I’ve identified drugs that have saved the lives of millions of people.’ Impressed, the kidnappers turn to the immunologist. ‘What have you done?’ they ask. The immunologist says, ‘The thing is, the immune system is very complicated …’ And the cardiologist says, “Just shoot me now.'”
    https://www.theatlantic.com/health/a...ystery/614956/

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    People will see what they want here, I found this interesting as a balanced evaluation of an admittedly murky population immunity situation.


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    one of my friend's/coworker's husband just died of this. Didn't know he was sick but everyone found out today. I assume he was between 25-35 like the rest of us. He leaves behind her and their 3 kids.

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    one of my friend's/coworker's husband just died of this. Didn't know he was sick but everyone found out today. I assume he was between 25-35 like the rest of us. He leaves behind her and their 3 kids.
    Sorry man, just found out someone I knew passed from COVID too. Not the same guy though because he didn't have kids.

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    one of my friend's/coworker's husband just died of this. Didn't know he was sick but everyone found out today. I assume he was between 25-35 like the rest of us. He leaves behind her and their 3 kids.
    Sorry man, just found out someone I knew passed from COVID too. Not the same guy though because he didn't have kids.
    Condolences. All the people I know with it recovered-- 2 are 55+.

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    Condolences. All the people I know with it recovered-- 2 are 55+.
    COVID is batting 2 for 2 against the people I knew who tested positive in the SA area.

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    one of my friend's/coworker's husband just died of this. Didn't know he was sick but everyone found out today. I assume he was between 25-35 like the rest of us. He leaves behind her and their 3 kids.
    Damn, dude. Sorry.

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    COVID is batting 2 for 2 against the people I knew who tested positive in the SA area.
    Sorry for your loss. People aren't replaceable.

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    COVID is batting 2 for 2 against the people I knew who tested positive in the SA area.
    Sad for you
    I know several that had it and hardly sick at all
    2 people that I know they knew people that died
    One wear a 95 mask everyone in in house by herself and got it and died

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    Sorry man, just found out someone I knew passed from COVID too. Not the same guy though because he didn't have kids.
    Condolences. All the people I know with it recovered-- 2 are 55+.
    Damn, dude. Sorry.
    It was even worse because he got sick and died visiting family within days. He left and she never saw him again.

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