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    Re: Covid-19, Part VII - Staying On Topic...

    Quote Originally Posted by 757690 View Post
    “The research letter from Harvard found that among 3,222 young adults hospitalized with Covid-19, 88 died — about 2.7 percent. 1/5 required intensive care...The study “establishes that Covid-19 is a life-threatening disease in people of all ages,”

    https://www.nytimes.com/2020/09/10/w...e=articleShare
    Of those hospitalized.
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    Quote Originally Posted by M2 View Post
    It's from the guy who once insisted you'll choke on carbon dioxide if you wear a mask. Sounds like he's mad that his mayor has done a good job at this.
    Obviously wearing a mask isn't good for you, but did I say choke?

    I'm trying to find the New Math where both Breed and Cuomo did a good job.
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    Grooming #1, touching is deadly:

    Last edited by Rojo; 09-12-2020 at 12:03 AM.
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    Grooming #2, kids are gross:

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    Grooming part 3, tinklie piano, bathing is gross unless Clorox:

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    Retro-grooming, it actually sanitizes the air

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    As a military brat I remember mid-west and Mormon kid's households were a lot like that retro commercial. Once, at my friends house, I dropped a banana and picked it up and ate it and horrified everyone.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/a...nia-study.html

    Americans may be overestimating their risk of contracting the novel coronavirus, a controversial new study from California suggests.

    Researchers found that, on average, a person who has a single contact with an infected individual has a one in about 4,000 chance of becoming sick, without using preventive measures such as social distancing or wearing a mask.

    For the middle-aged, the risk of hospitalization is nearly one in a million and the risk of death is almost one in 20 million.

    For a person between ages 50 and 64, the odds of being hospitalized with the virus after having a single contact is one in 852,000.

    The risk of fatality is even smaller. with people the same age having a one in 19.1 million chance of dying from COVID-19, based on rates seen in the final week of May.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mth123 View Post
    Why does it matter if the risk is low or not? If you get it, you can spread it and that's the real risk to everybody.
    Because kids aren't likely to get super sick or die. Maybe not important to you, but as a dad of three, that's pretty important to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boston Red View Post
    Because kids aren't likely to get super sick or die. Maybe not important to you, but as a dad of three, that's pretty important to me.
    But your kids can bring it home and give it to you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boston Red View Post
    Because kids aren't likely to get super sick or die. Maybe not important to you, but as a dad of three, that's pretty important to me.
    I'm dead set against letting gramps attend grammar school.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WrongVerb View Post
    But your kids can bring it home and give it to you.
    For the middle-aged, the risk of hospitalization is nearly one in a million and the risk of death is almost one in 20 million.


    Math!
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    Under the New Normal, Winter is a time when we DON'T get sick.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...uarantine.html


    A second wave of coronavirus may not hit the UK until spring 2021 with a cold winter likely to impose its own 'mini-quarantine', a scientist has warned.

    A cold snap could keep people indoors and get them to wear 'natural' PPE in the form of scarves and gloves, driving down transmission rates.
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    There's not going to be "second wave". The "Pandemic" is over.
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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Famine...-19_pandemiche COVID-19 pandemic–related famines, also known as the coronavirus famine or coronavirus food crisis, are a series of currently ongoing famines that began in late 2019.[3][4] The famines are a result of the 2019–20 locust infestation, the COVID-19 recession and measures taken to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.[5][4][6] Ongoing wars and political turmoil in some nations are also considered to be local causes.[7] It is projected by Oxfam that by the end of 2020 "12,000 people per day could die from COVID-19 linked hunger",[1] with the United Nations stating that a total of 265 million people face acute food insecurity – an increase of 135 million people as a result of the pandemic.[8] Altogether, at least 10% and as much as 20% of the global population is believed to be affected in some form or another due to famines caused in 2020.[4][9] The famines are widely considered to be the worst series of famines since the Great Chinese Famine in 1959–61, and is projected to be among the worst famines in human history.[10][11][12][13][14]
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