Europe FTW 222,000 new covid cases yesterday (updated)

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This is absolutely amazing. Sweden continues to defy the world with fewer cases and deaths.

Note the sheep have ZERO INTELLECTUAL CURIOSITY about how this is happening. They never once say "Wow, so if they are doing a much better job of lowering cases and deaths, maybe we should try to do what's working for them???"

Republicans have said that all along. But then again we care about the health of our fellow Americans.
 

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For the Muh, .01% crowd, the new data shows almost 300,000 excess deaths so far this year, mist of which is due to the Rona.


Summary
What is already known about this topic?

As of October 15, 216,025 deaths from COVID-19 have been reported in the United States; however, this might underestimate the total impact of the pandemic on mortality.

What is added by this report?

Overall, an estimated 299,028 excess deaths occurred from late January through October 3, 2020, with 198,081 (66%) excess deaths attributed to COVID-19. The largest percentage increases were seen among adults aged 25–44 years and among Hispanic or Latino persons.

What are the implications for public health practice?

These results inform efforts to prevent mortality directly or indirectly associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, such as efforts to minimize disruptions to health ca
 
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For the Muh, .01% crowd, the new data shows almost 300,000 excess deaths so far this year, mist of which is due to the Rona.


Summary
What is already known about this topic?

As of October 15, 216,025 deaths from COVID-19 have been reported in the United States; however, this might underestimate the total impact of the pandemic on mortality.

What is added by this report?

Overall, an estimated 299,028 excess deaths occurred from late January through October 3, 2020, with 198,081 (66%) excess deaths attributed to COVID-19. The largest percentage increases were seen among adults aged 25–44 years and among Hispanic or Latino persons.

What are the implications for public health practice?

These results inform efforts to prevent mortality directly or indirectly associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, such as efforts to minimize disruptions to health ca
CDC isn't telling sheep that we are on pace for roughly 2.8M US deaths in 2020.

That IS an increase over 2019 totals, but it's almost identical to what we saw in 2017 and 2018. When we had no 'pandemic'.

Sheep never think to question if the numbers they are given tell the whole story.
 

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For the Muh, .01% crowd, the new data shows almost 300,000 excess deaths so far this year, mist of which is due to the Rona.


Summary
What is already known about this topic?

As of October 15, 216,025 deaths from COVID-19 have been reported in the United States; however, this might underestimate the total impact of the pandemic on mortality.

What is added by this report?

Overall, an estimated 299,028 excess deaths occurred from late January through October 3, 2020, with 198,081 (66%) excess deaths attributed to COVID-19. The largest percentage increases were seen among adults aged 25–44 years and among Hispanic or Latino persons.

What are the implications for public health practice?

These results inform efforts to prevent mortality directly or indirectly associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, such as efforts to minimize disruptions to health ca

Get back in the kitchen
 

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The % increase for those between 25-44 is a meaningless stat as those under 50 make up 3% of the deaths or ~ 6600. More unnecessary fear mongering. It should be taken seriously but not to the point of paralysis or shutting down society.
I dont believe we should shut the economy down. But the Hoaxers are wrong, once again.
 

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China kicking Trumps ass, once again.

The United States and China dealt with the spread of the devastating coronavirus pandemic in vastly different ways, and that split is reshaping the global battle between the world's two leading economies.

About 11 months after the Wuhan outbreak, China's official GDP numbers this week show not only that the economy is growing, up 4.9% for the third quarter from a year earlier, but also that the Chinese are confident enough the virus has been vanquished to go shopping, dine and spend with gusto.

China's total reported death toll is below 5,000 and new infections are negligible, the result of draconian lockdowns, millions of tests, and strict contact tracing that set the stage for an economic rebound.
 

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China kicking Trumps ass, once again.

The United States and China dealt with the spread of the devastating coronavirus pandemic in vastly different ways, and that split is reshaping the global battle between the world's two leading economies.

About 11 months after the Wuhan outbreak, China's official GDP numbers this week show not only that the economy is growing, up 4.9% for the third quarter from a year earlier, but also that the Chinese are confident enough the virus has been vanquished to go shopping, dine and spend with gusto.

China's total reported death toll is below 5,000 and new infections are negligible, the result of draconian lockdowns, millions of tests, and strict contact tracing that set the stage for an economic rebound.
Yes....communist China has used different tactics. This surprises you? Makes sense from the left i guess.

And of course we can trust the numbers that China reports. I mean, why wouldn't we?
 

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China kicking Trumps ass, once again.

The United States and China dealt with the spread of the devastating coronavirus pandemic in vastly different ways, and that split is reshaping the global battle between the world's two leading economies.

About 11 months after the Wuhan outbreak, China's official GDP numbers this week show not only that the economy is growing, up 4.9% for the third quarter from a year earlier, but also that the Chinese are confident enough the virus has been vanquished to go shopping, dine and spend with gusto.

China's total reported death toll is below 5,000 and new infections are negligible, the result of draconian lockdowns, millions of tests, and strict contact tracing that set the stage for an economic rebound.
Nice to see you’re consistent with your tactics. Can’t win an argument, change the subject. You want to discuss china, start a thread. This one is about Europe.
 

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Nice to see you’re consistent with your tactics. Can’t win an argument, change the subject. You want to discuss china, start a thread. This one is about Europe.
Meh. I’ll post anything I want wherever I want. This is my board.

You are just an obsessed little boy.
 

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Yes....communist China has used different tactics. This surprises you? Makes sense from the left i guess.

And of course we can trust the numbers that China reports. I mean, why wouldn't we?
I could have guessed that would be your only response. when you can’t dispute the facts, attack the source.

The fact is China handled it better and their economy is already recovering.
 

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The % increase for those between 25-44 is a meaningless stat as those under 50 make up 3% of the deaths or ~ 6600. More unnecessary fear mongering. It should be taken seriously but not to the point of paralysis or shutting down society.
As the article points out, most of the deaths occur at the older age groups. The death rate for the younger ages are low, thus the larger percentage. It’s just math.

“Although more excess deaths have occurred among older age groups, relative to past years, adults aged 25–44 years have experienced the largest average percentage increase in the number of deaths from all causes from late January through October 3, 2020. The age distribution of COVID-19 deaths shifted toward younger age groups from May through August (9);”
 

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I could have guessed that would be your only response. when you can’t dispute the facts, attack the source.

The fact is China handled it better and their economy is already recovering.
And by facts you mean Chinese reporting and propaganda?

That would be difficult to dispute, wouldn’t it?

And Chinese aggression and their handling of the coronavirus, especially early on, hasn't helped their economy genius. What's the opposite of helped?
 

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I could have guessed that would be your only response. when you can’t dispute the facts, attack the source.

The fact is China handled it better and their economy is already recovering.
You do know that the U.S. does't stop anyone from immigrating TO CHINA, don't you?

Please feel free to go live under that great communist government, as soon as possible.

Question that have occurred to me, but will never cross the BS-C911's deluded / evil mind.
Will it be FACTS or SOURCE for you this time around? (crickets more likely)

Why did Soros and Gates fund the Wu-Han lab that originated the Communist Red Chinese Kung Flu?
It's rather obvious why they would then invest in vaccine companies.

Why would Joe/Hunter fly to Communist China to make business deals, on AF-2 no less?
(rhetorical really, as they had 1.5 Billion reasons to do so)

What did the Communist Chinese do, and what did Joe promise for that large (1,500 Million) payoff?
Has the Kung Flu helped the Joe-Rats or Trump in this election cycle? 'Follow the Money'

Who planned the release of the Kung Flu and attempted to force it's spread world-wide?
Who (Chi-Com Govt) bought up the world's supply of face masks prior to releasing the Kung Flu?


I have other questions, but let's see how you do with those first.....
(with the BS, it not source or facts, it's more like facts or Rat fiction) 😏
 

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SexAge groupAll Deaths involving COVID-19 (U07.1)1Deaths from All CausesDeaths involving Pneumonia, with or without COVID-19, excluding Influenza deaths
(J12.0–J18.9)2
Deaths involving COVID-19 and Pneumonia, excluding Influenza
(U07.1 and J12.0–J18.9)2
All Deaths involving Influenza, with or without COVID-19 or Pneumonia
(J09–J11)3
Deaths involving Pneumonia, Influenza, or COVID-19
(U07.1 or J09–J18.9)4
Population5
Total
All ages207,8822,270,323213,02994,3966,734332,245328,239,523
Under 1 year2512,8321194161563,783,052
1–4 years152,4137724213215,793,631
5–14 years393,81410875319340,994,163
15–24 years38324,6214941355579342,687,510
25–34 years1,62850,3061,7977271512,83545,940,321
35–44 years4,20671,1414,0411,8712496,59641,659,144
45–54 years11,093130,08810,5155,22958516,85740,874,902
55–64 years26,525297,49928,03413,0121,24542,57342,448,537
65–74 years45,015450,53247,54721,9721,45971,80731,483,433
75–84 years55,089548,25558,21425,8291,48888,75315,969,872
85 years and over63,864678,82262,08325,6081,391101,5506,604,958
Males
All ages112,4871,185,018116,98753,3973,472178,933161,657,324
Under 1 year177,1207038921,935,117
1–4 years71,40138125698,074,090
5–14 years252,277556249820,941,023
15–24 years23518,248303832747921,810,359
25–34 years1,06335,5491,112462761,78023,359,180
35–44 years2,84746,8782,5411,2671324,23120,792,080
45–54 years7,54181,8216,5703,57234910,81420,171,966
55–64 years17,164183,08117,0838,36570826,44120,499,219
65–74 years27,591261,61028,60713,58381443,27314,699,579
75–84 years30,358284,82632,64314,63774148,9876,998,223
85 years and over25,639262,20727,96511,41856842,6692,376,488
Females
All ages95,3891,085,21596,03540,9953,261153,302166,582,199
Under 1 year85,6904918641,847,935
1–4 years81,01239117637,719,541
5–14 years141,537531299520,053,140
15–24 years1486,370191522831420,877,151
25–34 years56514,755685265751,05522,581,141
35–44 years1,35924,2581,5006041172,36520,867,064
45–54 years3,55048,2633,9441,6562366,04120,702,936
55–64 years9,361114,40910,9504,64753616,13021,949,318
65–74 years17,423188,91218,9398,38864528,53316,783,854
75–84 years24,730263,41525,56911,19174739,7648,971,649
85 years and over38,223416,59434,11614,18982358,8784,228,470

If you are young you are very unlikely to die!!

63,000 are over 85 163,000 are 65 or over. The virus is getting less virulent and less deadly, so those that want to hide go for it. Why if this is so deadly are all the Publix cashiers very rarely infected?
 
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Why if this is so deadly are all the Publix cashiers very rarely infected?
BINGO! Been saying this since March, if this virus was nearly as contagious as the sheep are bleating it is, the grocery workers across the country should have been decimated because EVERY GROCERY STORE IN AMERICA STAYED OPEN.

You never heard a peep about grocery workers catching covid. Wasn't an issue for a single chain.

Sheep never think to question.