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Barking up the wrong tree. I didn’t make the rules. I was asked to enforce them. go bitch to the owners if you have an issue with what you agreed to during registration.
 

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328 200 000 muricans x 60% x 0.78% would make at least 1 535 976 deaths, if Covid would spread freely in US.
2017 seasonal flu killed 55 672 muricans.
Covid would kill 28 times more.
Mate your calculation is garbage. Lots of data has been collected in 2 months timeframe, wake up.


 

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Mate your calculation is garbage. Lots of data has been collected in 2 months timeframe, wake up.
New York State Governor Cuomo said that preliminary findings from an antibody study conducted on 3,000 people at grocery stores across New York State found a 13.9% had coronavirus antibodies, suggesting a 13.9% actual infection rate statewide (21.2% in New York City), which translates to an estimate of about 2,700,000 actual cases in New York State (10 times more than the about 270,000 cases that have been detected and reported officially). Governor Cuomo acknowledged that the official count reported by New York State (which still is not including probable deaths as recommended by the new CDC guidelines) of about 15,500 deaths is "not accurate" as it doesn't account for stay at home deaths. Based on Worldometer's count (which includes probable deaths reported by New York City) of about 21,000 deaths and the 2,700,000 case estimate from the new antibody study, the actual case fatality rate in New York State could be at around 0.78% .
 

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New York State Governor Cuomo said that preliminary findings from an antibody study conducted on 3,000 people at grocery stores across New York State found a 13.9% had coronavirus antibodies, suggesting a 13.9% actual infection rate statewide (21.2% in New York City), which translates to an estimate of about 2,700,000 actual cases in New York State (10 times more than the about 270,000 cases that have been detected and reported officially). Governor Cuomo acknowledged that the official count reported by New York State (which still is not including probable deaths as recommended by the new CDC guidelines) of about 15,500 deaths is "not accurate" as it doesn't account for stay at home deaths. Based on Worldometer's count (which includes probable deaths reported by New York City) of about 21,000 deaths and the 2,700,000 case estimate from the new antibody study, the actual case fatality rate in New York State could be at around 0.78% .
We extrapolate data, we test people, and then we extrapolate for the entire community based on the numbers. The initial models were so inaccurate they’re not even correct. And some of them were based on social distancing and still predicted hundreds of thousands of deaths, which has been inaccurate. In New York the ones they tested they found 39% positive. So if they tested the whole state would we indeed have 7.5 million cases? We don’t know; we will never test the entire state. So we extrapolate out; we use the data we have because it’s the most we have versus a predictive model that has been nowhere in the ballpark of accurate. How many deaths do they have? 19,410 out of 19 million people, which is a 0.1% chance of dying from COVID in the state of New York. If you are indeed diagnosed with COVID-19, 92% of you will recover.

We’ve tested over 4 million… which gives us a 19.6% positive out of those who are tested for COVID-19. So if this is a typical extrapolation 328 million people times 19.6 is 64 million. That’s a significant amount of people with COVID; it’s similar to the flu. If you study the numbers in 2017 and 2018 we had 50 to 60 million with the flu. And we had a similar death rate in the deaths the United States were 43,545—similar to the flu of 2017-2018. We always have between 37,000 and 60,000 deaths in the United States, every single year.
 

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10:20 - watch in above video
The video above does not tell the amount of 2018 flu-deaths in NY.

NY Leading Causes of Death, 2017
...6. Flu/Pneumonia 4,517

2020 Covid
...suggesting a 13.9% actual infection rate statewide in NY..
...the actual case fatality rate in New York State could be at around 0.78%...
...22,275 deaths so far...

Do the math.
 

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The video above does not tell the amount of 2018 flu-deaths in NY.

NY Leading Causes of Death, 2017
...6. Flu/Pneumonia 4,517

2020 Covid
...suggesting a 13.9% actual infection rate statewide in NY..
...the actual case fatality rate in New York State could be at around 0.78%...
...22,275 deaths so far...

Do the math.
Fake numbers, nothing to do with reality. You choose to simply ignore publicly available data.
 

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Fake numbers, nothing to do with reality. You choose to simply ignore publicly available data.
NY Leading Causes of Death, 2017
...6. Flu/Pneumonia 4,517

2020 Covid
...suggesting a 13.9% actual infection rate statewide in NY..
...the actual case fatality rate in New York State could be at around 0.78%...
...22,275 deaths so far...

The state of NY has about 5.86% of the total population in US.

Do the math.
 

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NY Leading Causes of Death, 2017
...6. Flu/Pneumonia 4,517

2020 Covid
...suggesting a 13.9% actual infection rate statewide in NY..
...the actual case fatality rate in New York State could be at around 0.78%...
...22,275 deaths so far...

The state of NY has about 5.86% of the total population in US.

Do the math.
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2020 covid deaths so far in Spain: 23 521

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It is just a flu!

(16 February 2018 )

Spain has registered a total of 472 deaths due to flu since the beginning of November, when the first confirmed death was registered in the 2017-2018 season - the most deadly of the last decade, including the pandemic of influenza A (H1N1) in 2009.

Data from the latest report from the National Network of Epidemiological Surveillance at the Carlos III Institute of Health, suggests that the week 29 January to 4 February saw 116 new deaths, a significant increase on the 356 already registered.

From these figures it is clear that the number of deaths related to the flu virus is far higher this season compared to 2016-17, when there was a total of 421 deaths between October 2016 and May 2017.

The authors of the report say that this flu season is producing “excessive mortality, greater than what had been anticipated” since the last week of 2017 and that deaths are mostly concentrated among those over 64.

Aside from the increase in mortality, the number of infections is slightly higher than it has been over the past two years; the highest level of flu infection registered this season has been 290 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, compared to 222 cases during 2016-2017 or 210 in 2015-2016.

The World Health Organisation and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control have criticised the “low acceptance” of the flu vaccine in Europe, where in many countries only a third of adults have been vaccinated.
 

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I once thought it’s just a flu. It’s not the same. Higher mortality rate and different symptoms. Check the latest CDC report.
 

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I once thought it’s just a flu. It’s not the same. Higher mortality rate and different symptoms. Check the latest CDC report.
Certainly not just a flu. 2019 flu season in US had about 34,000 deaths; COVID 19 this year through late April...about 54,000 deaths. Over 3,000,000 cases worldwide.

No...not just a flu, for sure. And now that everyone seems to be in "re-open" status, it'll be interesting to see if there's another "wave" of infection...or if that's it..."one and done".
 

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No...not just a flu, for sure. And now that everyone seems to be in "re-open" status, it'll be interesting to see if there's another "wave" of infection...or if that's it..."one and done".
For example, if the death rate is 0.78%, and it takes two weeks to die to covid, there were 7 377 564 infected two weeks ago. That is only 2.2% of the population in US.
And latest deaths per day was 1384, so two weeks ago there were 177 435 new infections per day.
It is just waiting for "re-open".
 

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Natural selection at its best. How many times has this happened already?

And number of poison cases increased due to people injecting/drinking disinfectants. I know two people in local bike community that were hospitalized for this. I'm at a loss of words, yet some ignorant MFs tell you it's just the flu, let's open everything.
 
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