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« Reply #945 on: April 04, 2020, 08:04:13 PM »

Because we don't choose to, and for good reason.

Flu cases:

https://www.advisory.com/daily-briefing/2020/03/17/flu-update

Coronavirus cases:

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/



Flu symptoms:

fever* or feeling feverish/chills
cough
sore throat
runny or stuffy nose
muscle or body aches
headaches
fatigue (tiredness)
some people may have vomiting and diarrhea, though this is more common in children than adults.

Coronavirus symptoms:

cough
fever
tiredness
difficulty breathing (severe cases)

See how similar the symptoms are?

This is a serious virus, but people are definitely overblowing it
The COVID symptoms are worse and more severe
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« Reply #946 on: April 04, 2020, 08:08:44 PM »

Because we don't choose to, and for good reason.

Flu cases:

https://www.advisory.com/daily-briefing/2020/03/17/flu-update

Coronavirus cases:

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/



Flu symptoms:

fever* or feeling feverish/chills
cough
sore throat
runny or stuffy nose
muscle or body aches
headaches
fatigue (tiredness)
some people may have vomiting and diarrhea, though this is more common in children than adults.

Coronavirus symptoms:

cough
fever
tiredness
difficulty breathing (severe cases)

See how similar the symptoms are?

This is a serious virus, but people are definitely overblowing it
You forgot that covid-19 also has sore throat, pneumonia and in severe cases, lung damage
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« Reply #947 on: April 04, 2020, 10:50:52 PM »

You forgot that covid-19 also has sore throat, pneumonia and in severe cases, lung damage
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« Reply #948 on: April 05, 2020, 12:44:45 AM »

Actually I don’t really care about the masks Hmm
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« Reply #949 on: April 05, 2020, 03:02:01 AM »

Actually I don’t really care about the masks Hmm
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« Reply #950 on: April 05, 2020, 09:40:32 AM »

Except so far, the flu is worse than coronavirus in terms of death toll / infection rate
Both are incorrect. COVID-19 is currently killing 3x more people in the United States and 11x more people in Italy than influenza usually does per day. It is also far more infectious. The R0 factor is above 3; influenza's is under 2.

You're wrong. I know it's really difficult, but you have to accept it. Repeat it to yourself. "I'm wrong. I'm wrong. I'm wrong." I can tell you're in denial because you pretended that the linked video didn't compare it to influenza when it did; you have to get out of denial and accept facts and logic, for your own good.
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« Reply #951 on: April 05, 2020, 09:44:14 AM »

Update from the last map, using data from 4 April, 20:00 EST.

The % is the CFR; how many people in that area have died from COVID-19? Only jurisdictions with over 100 cases total have been given %.



Canada

British Columbia - 3.16% (38)
Ontario - 2.59% (94)
Alberta - 1.69% (20)
Saskatchewan - 1.30% (3)
Québec - 1.07% (75)
Manitoba - 1.03% (2)
Newfoundland and Labrador - 0.49% (1)
New Brunswick - 0.00% (0) (100 cases total)
Northwest Territories - 0.00% (0) (4 cases total)
Nova Scotia - 0.00% (0) (236 cases total)
Nunavut - 0.00% (0) (0 cases total)
Prince Edward Island - 0.00% (0) (22 cases total)
Yukon - 0.00% (0) (6 cases total)

United States of America

Kentucky - 4.36% (40)
Vermont - 4.34% (20)
Washington - 4.34% (314)
Guam - 4.00% (4)
Puerto Rico - 4.00% (18)

Michigan - 3.80% (540)
Oklahoma - 3.62% (42)
Louisiana - 3.27% (409)
Georgia - 3.26% (208)
New York - 3.14% (3565)
Connecticut - 3.13% (165)
Kansas - 3.01% (21)
Indiana - 2.93% (116)
Alaska - 2.92% (5)
Minnesota - 2.77% (24)
Colorado - 2.76% (126)
Alabama - 2.73% (44)
Ohio - 2.73% (102)
Wisconsin - 2.65% (56)
Oregon - 2.60% (26)
Arizona - 2.58% (52)
New Jersey - 2.48% (846)
Nevada - 2.47% (43)
Mississippi - 2.41% (35)
Delaware - 2.36% (14)
California - 2.34% (318)
Illinois - 2.34% (243)
District of Columbia - 2.33% (21)
Maine - 2.19% (10)
Virginia - 2.16% (52)
Montana - 2.14% (6)
Rhode Island - 2.11% (17)
South Carolina - 2.09% (40)
New Mexico - 2.01% (11)
Arkansas - 1.88% (14)
Nebraska - 1.87% (6)
Massachusetts - 1.84% (216)
Iowa - 1.78% (14)
Texas - 1.75% (111)
Maryland - 1.70% (53)
Florida - 1.69% (195)
North Dakota - 1.61% (3)
Missouri - 1.57% (36)
Pennsylvania - 1.31% (136)
New Hampshire - 1.30% (7)
Tennessee - 1.29% (43)
North Carolina - 1.14% (28)
Idaho - 0.98% (10)
South Dakota - 0.94% (2)
Hawaii - 0.85% (3)
West Virginia - 0.71% (2)
Utah - 0.56% (8)
American Samoa - 0.00% (0) (0 cases total)
Northern Mariana Islands - 12.50% (1) (8 cases total)
United States Virgin Islands - 0.00% (0) (40 cases total)

Wyoming - 0.00% (0) (187 cases total)
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« Reply #952 on: April 05, 2020, 11:24:24 AM »

Wow, Colorado has no cases?
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« Reply #953 on: April 05, 2020, 11:25:14 AM »

Deaths I mean
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« Reply #954 on: April 05, 2020, 11:26:40 AM »

1020 confirmed cases in my local health board
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« Reply #955 on: April 05, 2020, 11:35:46 AM »

Deaths I mean
They have 126 deaths.
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« Reply #956 on: April 05, 2020, 11:46:43 AM »

Update from the last map, using data from 4 April, 20:00 EST.

The % is the CFR; how many people in that area have died from COVID-19? Only jurisdictions with over 100 cases total have been given %.



Canada

British Columbia - 3.16% (38)
Ontario - 2.59% (94)
Alberta - 1.69% (20)
Saskatchewan - 1.30% (3)
Québec - 1.07% (75)
Manitoba - 1.03% (2)
Newfoundland and Labrador - 0.49% (1)
New Brunswick - 0.00% (0) (100 cases total)
Northwest Territories - 0.00% (0) (4 cases total)
Nova Scotia - 0.00% (0) (236 cases total)
Nunavut - 0.00% (0) (0 cases total)
Prince Edward Island - 0.00% (0) (22 cases total)
Yukon - 0.00% (0) (6 cases total)

United States of America

Kentucky - 4.36% (40)
Vermont - 4.34% (20)
Washington - 4.34% (314)
Guam - 4.00% (4)
Puerto Rico - 4.00% (18)

Michigan - 3.80% (540)
Oklahoma - 3.62% (42)
Louisiana - 3.27% (409)
Georgia - 3.26% (208)
New York - 3.14% (3565)
Connecticut - 3.13% (165)
Kansas - 3.01% (21)
Indiana - 2.93% (116)
Alaska - 2.92% (5)
Minnesota - 2.77% (24)
Colorado - 2.76% (126)
Alabama - 2.73% (44)
Ohio - 2.73% (102)
Wisconsin - 2.65% (56)
Oregon - 2.60% (26)
Arizona - 2.58% (52)
New Jersey - 2.48% (846)
Nevada - 2.47% (43)
Mississippi - 2.41% (35)
Delaware - 2.36% (14)
California - 2.34% (318)
Illinois - 2.34% (243)
District of Columbia - 2.33% (21)
Maine - 2.19% (10)
Virginia - 2.16% (52)
Montana - 2.14% (6)
Rhode Island - 2.11% (17)
South Carolina - 2.09% (40)
New Mexico - 2.01% (11)
Arkansas - 1.88% (14)
Nebraska - 1.87% (6)
Massachusetts - 1.84% (216)
Iowa - 1.78% (14)
Texas - 1.75% (111)
Maryland - 1.70% (53)
Florida - 1.69% (195)
North Dakota - 1.61% (3)
Missouri - 1.57% (36)
Pennsylvania - 1.31% (136)
New Hampshire - 1.30% (7)
Tennessee - 1.29% (43)
North Carolina - 1.14% (28)
Idaho - 0.98% (10)
South Dakota - 0.94% (2)
Hawaii - 0.85% (3)
West Virginia - 0.71% (2)
Utah - 0.56% (8)
American Samoa - 0.00% (0) (0 cases total)
Northern Mariana Islands - 12.50% (1) (8 cases total)
United States Virgin Islands - 0.00% (0) (40 cases total)

Wyoming - 0.00% (0) (187 cases total)
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« Reply #957 on: April 05, 2020, 11:48:50 AM »

Life sucks now.
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« Reply #958 on: April 05, 2020, 11:50:36 AM »

Wow, Colorado has no cases?
That is Wyoming; same shape, but north of Colorado.
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« Reply #959 on: April 05, 2020, 12:04:51 PM »

Life sucks now.
True, but things will get better, eventually.
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