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Here's a map showing death rates in nursing homes. I see red states with high mortality percentages in nursing homes. Are those red states Governors also detestable?
More at: www.usnews.com...
A KEY coronavirus model updated its projections on Thursday to predict nearly 300,000 deaths in the U.S. from COVID-19 by December 1st.
If the data from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington plays out, that would mean about 137,000 more people will die from the virus over the next roughly four months.
The liberal media found an agenda-friendly Covid-19 computer model today.
One of the epidemiologists behind a coronavirus model cited by the White House over the weekend as a reason for extending national social distancing recommendations through the end of April has advised Florida's state government to issue a statewide stay-at-home order -- the kind of blanket decree that Gov. Ron DeSantis has so far insisted is unnecessary.
Florida's DeSantis issues statewide stay-at-home order to curb coronavirus
In actual pandemics hardly a family would not have a member affected.
A pandemic is an epidemic occurring on a scale that crosses international boundaries, usually affecting people on a worldwide scale.
originally posted by: carewemust
Wednesday, August 5, 2020
First, when I say "media", the reference applies mostly to the go-to outlets that Democrats own, and watch/read...CNN, MSNBC, New York Times, Washington Post.
As we know, the state of Florida has been a Covid-19 "hot spot" in the news, for the past month.
See the GRAPHS on Covid-19 Tracking page for Florida: covidtracking.com...
(You can hover your mouse pointer over the graphs to see each day's totals.)
-Notice that daily TESTING for Covid-19 peaked on July 12th, with 98,708 tests conducted on that day.
-Notice that daily CASES of Covid-19 peaked on July 12th, with 15,300 new cases diagnosed on that day.
When President Trump pointed out that the number of Cases increase as Testing increases, the media went ballistic. Angrily declaring that he didn't know what he was talking about. That there was "very little correlation" between increased testing and increased cases. That the Covid-19 case increases are because more people are contracting this "dreaded disease".
-Notice that daily Testing for Covid-19 began earnestly declining on July 16th.
-Notice that daily Cases of diagnosed Covid-19 began earnestly declining on July 16th.
Apparently CNN cleared the fog of Trump-hate from their eyes long enough today to see the graphs I'm referencing. Guess what the network anchors and guests were saying?
Woof Blister: "The number of Covid-19 cases in Florida is dropping like a rock, Martha. We've discovered why...Look at this graph on our screen...the testing of Florida residents has been cut way back! Trump said he was going to cut back on testing, Martha. Look at what's happened as a result... Fewer CoronaVirus Cases!"
SO...when Cases were increasing, it was because the deadly virus was spreading like wildfire. Not because the number of tests per-day was rapidly increasing, as the 'liar' President Trump said.
But, when the number of Cases are decreasing, it's because the number of Tests are decreasing, thanks to sneaky Trump.
The media this year are idiots on steroids.