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Discussion in 'Political Action Forum' started by Fowl Hunter, Mar 7, 2020.
285 cases - 16 deaths = 6%
Prove to me that is the total amount of 'cases' (people who have caught the virus).
@fowlhunter your stats are dated accurate according to the news.
Less than 2000 people have been tested for the virus. Since test kitsch where faulty panda current shortage for test kitsch exist, The CDC said yesterday that mortality rates will come down as more testing takes place.
The current math is not reflective of the long term outlook. China which is proving to not be a reliable source for information.
It is critical for the Dems to exploit this for election success.
285 Reported cases .. not confirmed on how many picked it up, and dealt with it without reporting a cold/flu/sniffles, etc..
Like a cold, i get one i deal with it, i do not go to the docs office... hence, not reported.
Stumps point is valid, my granddaughters teacher got sick shortly after Christmas break. Because she usxa teacher shexwent in got tested and had a positive for the current flu virus .
She told us at conference that her husband son and mother in law all where sick prior. 7 10 days of bad respiratory distress, body aches, fevers for numerous days.
She is pretty sure they had what she got. But none of those three where tested nor listed in flu stats.
Side note she said taking Tamaflu is not something she will do again.
Lots of unanswered questions but I am again not panicking.
Decent read and matches my circle pretty close.
Fowlhunter’s stats are accurate according to the way he stated them and what the news reported.
Yes it is.
I have 3 chickens that lay brown eggs and 5 that lay white. On Monday I got 3 brown and one white. By Saturday i have more white than brown.
That is the point, mortality rates are going to go down.
Mark me down as a non-partisan sane person who thinks this is probably neither a complete nothingburger or an apocalyptic pandemic.