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6 minutes ago, ralis said:


I appreciate good comedy, but I don’t find this amusing at all. 

 

Of course you dont.

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16 minutes ago, bax44 said:

 

Of course you dont.


You are downplaying the seriousness of this virus that has killed 278,135 deaths across the world. That number will go even higher as Trump is pushing to open the economy up. Profits/economy before people is the right wing mantra. 

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if the economy doesn't open it will be much worse for everybody

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22 minutes ago, ralis said:


You are downplaying the seriousness of this virus that has killed 278,135 deaths across the world. That number will go even higher as Trump is pushing to open the economy up. Profits/economy before people is the right wing mantra. 

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On 5/8/2020 at 7:00 PM, Toni said:

https://medium.com/@ra.hobday/coronavirus-and-the-sun-a-lesson-from-the-1918-influenza-pandemic-509151dc8065

 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4504358/

 

Abstract

The H1N1 “Spanish flu” outbreak of 1918–1919 was the most devastating pandemic on record, killing between 50 million and 100 million people. Should the next influenza pandemic prove equally virulent, there could be more than 300 million deaths globally. The conventional view is that little could have been done to prevent the H1N1 virus from spreading or to treat those infected; however, there is evidence to the contrary. Records from an “open-air” hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, suggest that some patients and staff were spared the worst of the outbreak. A combination of fresh air, sunlight, scrupulous standards of hygiene, and reusable face masks appears to have substantially reduced deaths among some patients and infections among medical staff. We argue that temporary hospitals should be a priority in emergency planning. Equally, other measures adopted during the 1918 pandemic merit more attention than they currently receive.

How do you explain the cases in Iran then? One of the hottest places on Earth

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On 5/5/2020 at 2:40 AM, ralis said:


It amazes me that some of you come on here and don’t understand factual evidence. As of today India has 46,437 cases with 1566 deaths. Which is around 3.4 %  and is well within the margin of error for mortality as predicted.  However, the death and infection rate may be much higher in the overcrowded large cities where very little medical care exists. 

Even worse there is no way of knowing how many cases go unnoticed because most won't take tests!

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6 minutes ago, Zork said:

Even worse there is no way of knowing how many cases go unnoticed because most won't take tests!

 

 

Exactly! Here in the U.S. with Trump's bungling of the crisis, only around 1 million have been tested. Remember when he said back in March that anyone that wanted a test could get one? Now he says that we really don't need tests and the virus will just go away without a vaccine.

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1 minute ago, ralis said:

 

 

Exactly! Here in the U.S. with Trump's bungling of the crisis, only around 1 million have been tested. Remember when he said back in March that anyone that wanted a test could get one? Now he says that we really don't need tests and the virus will just go away without a vaccine.

You need from 3 to 15 million samples just to measure the extent of the spread of the virus or to assess how many different strains are there. 1 in 300 isn't even close to make guesses or even decide whether to restart the economy or not. With more tests at least you would be able to make an educated guess to the situation. Trump is deciding the fate of the US at random.

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1 minute ago, Zork said:

You need from 3 to 15 million samples just to measure the extent of the spread of the virus or to assess how many different strains are there. 1 in 300 isn't even close to make guesses or even decide whether to restart the economy or not. With more tests at least you would be able to make an educated guess to the situation. Trump is deciding the fate of the US at random.

 

I was talking with a M.D. yesterday who is a Public Health Doctor who basically said the same thing.

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2 hours ago, ralis said:

 

 

Exactly! Here in the U.S. with Trump's bungling of the crisis, only around 1 million have been tested. Remember when he said back in March that anyone that wanted a test could get one? Now he says that we really don't need tests and the virus will just go away without a vaccine.

 

That new press sec called mass testing 'nonsensical'. lol

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1 hour ago, C T said:

 

That new press sec called mass testing 'nonsensical'. lol


 

Trump likes cute blondes that yield to his demands. :lol: She promised she would never lie. 

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8 minutes ago, ralis said:


 

Trump likes cute blondes that yield to his demands. :lol: She promised she would never lie. 

 

She was fact-checked, and found to have lied not long after that promise went out. :lol: ... in that same briefing. 

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Just now, C T said:

 

She was fact-checked, and found to have lied not long after that promise went out. :lol:


Lie has many meanings in Trumps mind. :lol:

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5 minutes ago, C T said:


HCQ is not effective without Clorox chewables which in combination gives fast relief in less than a minute. :lol:

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