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Nothing to do with 'whether you agree', but with 'you're spreading lies threatening our health'.

Whereas big pharma, defence industries, oil and other 'big' groups are ok because they picked your side?   "The national strategy is to manage the virus while staying open and not ruining th

Imo failing to practice safe protocols in the face of the pandemic is heinous I wish laws existed to force compliance for the good of the majority scoffing at safe protocols from leadership imo is ine

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1 hour ago, TallGuyJohninBKK said:

U.S. CV death toll still running about more people each and every day.

 

Should have been:

 

U.S. CV death toll still running about 700 more people each and every day.

 

Just one among many:

 

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Former NFL defensive end Fred Dean (above photo, bottom left) dies of coronavirus. The Hall of Famer played 1975-85. He was 68.

 

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Chris Christie, aide to President Trump and former New Jersey governor, says he spent seven days in the intensive care unit because of coronavirus.

 

https://www.cleveland.com/entertainment/2020/10/nfl-hall-of-famer-dies-ohio-school-cases-trump-aide-was-in-icu-more-coronavirus-timeline-oct-10-16.html

 

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Chris Christie is urging Americans to wear masks after spending seven days in ICU with COVID-19
 

  • Christie told ABC’s “Good Morning America” he made a mistake by not wearing a mask during the Amy Coney Barrett announcement in the White House Rose Garden and during his debate prep with President Trump.
  • “I was led to believe that all the people I was interacting with at the White House had been tested, and it gave you a false sense of security, and it was a mistake,” Christie said during the interview.
  • “No matter what you’re doing, you should have a mask on and you should try to remain socially distant from folks,” Christie said.

 

https://thehill.com/changing-america/well-being/prevention-cures/521452-chris-christie-is-urging-americans-to-wear-masks

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4 minutes ago, Siamjim said:

i hear infected rate gone up but what about the death rate?

 

 

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[Christie] He spent seven days in the ICU while battling the disease and received an antibody treatment in combination with the antiviral medication remdesivir.

https://thehill.com/changing-america/well-being/prevention-cures/521452-chris-christie-is-urging-americans-to-wear-masks

 

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Medical treatments for the virus have vastly improved since the spring, and deaths remain lower than the worst peak, but the latest growth in coronavirus infections has left public health officials worried. More than 218,000 people have died in the United States since the start of the pandemic, and daily reports of deaths have stayed relatively consistent in recent weeks with about 700 a day.

 

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/10/17/us/coronavirus-pandemic-fatigue.html

 

The U.S. has the largest number of total CV deaths of any country in the world, and has among the worst per capita CV death rates, usually ranked around the 11th highest among all countries.

 

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https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/data/mortality

 

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17 minutes ago, Siamjim said:

i hear infected rate gone up but what about the death rate?

 

Infections are going up and the death from covid continue to be the highest in the world. The economy is still in the dump. What's your point.  

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From the U.S. CDC:

 

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As of October 12, national forecasts predict 3,400 to 7,100 new #COVID19 deaths will be reported during the week ending November 7. These forecasts predict 229,000 to 240,000 total COVID-19 deaths in the United States by November 7.

 

 

 

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/covid-data/forecasting-us.html

 

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