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The worldwide number of new cases per day is spiking. That doesn’t bode well for near future New Daily deaths. What’s the fatality percentage these days, 10%?
The devil’s teeth - the topmost charts below,
Are they out of mind?!! Northern Va. is opening today, phase 1, yet yesterday as a huge spike in cases and deaths in Va. most of which are in Fairfax country, where your humble scribe lives. Yet the Governor and state officials say data supports opening. WTF! They’re obviously lying. and Virginia isn’t the only one, not by a long shot. Are they trying to kill us?Help!
It appears that this virus can sometimes evoke complex autoimmune reactions that damage various body parts and systems, including blood and heart. This is also going to be one of the difficulties to develop the vaccine. You want the correct immune response, both in quality and in quantity.
Yes, it might become endemic but it does not mean that it will remain this virulent forever. That is unknown.
>>>>If you’re skeptical about the development of an effective vaccine you’re really going to like this article. This just in!
Borresen? A bit late to the game! Magico’s first speaker was a stand-mount that cost $29K/pair! Years ago! And it was on the cover of TAS, where Jonathan Valin gave it a drool-worthy review!
>>>>Is there anything Valin didn’t give a drool-worthy review to?
After 24 hours, this thread has received about 100 replies, so what we can say for sure at least is that the subject is hotly contested.
>>>>>Thats’s a successful troll in my book. 🤗
File under Ooops!
Maryland reported its highest number of new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday—just four days after the state began easing public health restrictions aimed at thwarting the spread of disease.
Though state officials note that an increase in testing and a backlog of test results may partly explain the spike, the case counts overall suggest that disease transmission has not declined in the lead-up to re-opening—and transmission could very easily increase as residents begin venturing into public spaces more frequently.
Maryland’s outcome may hold lessons for other states attempting their own reopening. As of today, May 20, all 50 states have begun easing restrictions at some level, according to The Washington Post.
Follow-up on the Florida data manipulation claim.
Jones now says she's been fired from the state Department of Health. In a statement to CBS12 News in West Palm Beach, Fla., Jones said her dismissal came after she refused to "manually change data to drum up support for the plan to reopen."
All of Florida entered the first phase of recovery this week when the two largest counties joined the rest of the state in opening restaurants, retail stores and barber shops.
At a news conference in Tallahassee, Gov. Ron DeSantis called Jones' departure from the Health Department a "nonissue." He said he'd seen an email she sent her supervisor saying she never intended to suggest the information on the dashboard might be less reliable going forward. DeSantis said he believes from the email that "she was tired and needed a break."