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    Missouri has a bike-fest........anyway

    https://www.kansascity.com/news/stat...245824025.html

    Who knew we were missing out on another fun event?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega Man View Post
    Missouri has a bike-fest........anyway

    https://www.kansascity.com/news/stat...245824025.html

    Who knew we were missing out on another fun superspreader event?

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    Made a slight modification to your post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BC1100S View Post
    Made a slight modification to your post.
    It appears "Lake of the Ozarks" has had its best ever year by being a "No Covid-19 Precaution" area. Of course, I doubt any port city red light district has seen a reduction in business since the outbreak of HIV
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    On the news, Florida is going to full open



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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega Man View Post
    On the news, Florida is going to full open

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    According to the CDC website, Florida has had more COVID-19 deaths in the last seven days than any other state (709), followed closely by Texas (677), then California (593).
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    Texas is way out in front for new cases (45,100).
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    The US total number of deaths as of 25/09/2020 hit 209,740 exceeding Canada's total number of infected by almost 40,000.

    Manitoba exceeded 2.0% positivity rate as of today and we will be in semi-lock-down on Monday. This makes masks mandatory indoors in public places and gatherings can not exceed 10 and if restaurants and bars can't accommodate social distancing, they must accommodate social distancing for fear of immediate closure, including take-out/online/delivery.
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    South Dakota has gone crazy -

    On Friday, South Dakota reported 457 new coronavirus cases out of a total of 2,286 new persons tested, bringing the state’s total positive case count to 20,554. Active cases increased to 3,507 from 3,291. Current hospitalizations remained at 194. South Dakota COVID-19 related deaths increased by six to 216. There have now been 49 deaths reported in September, the deadliest month of the pandemic so far.

    Thursday set new records for the spread of coronavirus in South Dakota in new cases, active cases, current hospitalizations and deaths. The DOH reported 463 new cases across the state. The increase brings the state to a record 3,291 active cases. Thursday’s report came from 2,156 tests, marking another high positivity rate at 21.5%. Wednesday’s positivity rate set a record at 25%. Eight people were newly hospitalized Thursday, contributing to a record 194 current COVID-19 hospitalizations across the state. A record equaling eight deaths were reported across the state, which has only happened on one other occasion, Sept. 16. The state’s death toll rose to 210. The decedents were three women and five men. One was in their 70s, and seven were 80 or older.

    And our Governor https://youtu.be/4Z_AnfF5L2c Jokes about Less COVID - More Hunting. We are now apparently sending sick folks out of state to the hospital though the State DOH denies it, there were several interviewed on the radio this morning from their out of state hospital rooms.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigjohnsd View Post

    And our Governor https://youtu.be/4Z_AnfF5L2c Jokes about Less COVID - More Hunting. We are now apparently sending sick folks out of state to the hospital though the State DOH denies it, there were several interviewed on the radio this morning from their out of state hospital rooms.
    That is truly sad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigjohnsd View Post
    South Dakota has gone crazy -

    On Friday, South Dakota reported 457 new coronavirus cases out of a total of 2,286 new persons tested, bringing the state’s total positive case count to 20,554. Active cases increased to 3,507 from 3,291. Current hospitalizations remained at 194. South Dakota COVID-19 related deaths increased by six to 216. There have now been 49 deaths reported in September, the deadliest month of the pandemic so far.

    Thursday set new records for the spread of coronavirus in South Dakota in new cases, active cases, current hospitalizations and deaths. The DOH reported 463 new cases across the state. The increase brings the state to a record 3,291 active cases. Thursday’s report came from 2,156 tests, marking another high positivity rate at 21.5%. Wednesday’s positivity rate set a record at 25%. Eight people were newly hospitalized Thursday, contributing to a record 194 current COVID-19 hospitalizations across the state. A record equaling eight deaths were reported across the state, which has only happened on one other occasion, Sept. 16. The state’s death toll rose to 210. The decedents were three women and five men. One was in their 70s, and seven were 80 or older.

    And our Governor https://youtu.be/4Z_AnfF5L2c Jokes about Less COVID - More Hunting. We are now apparently sending sick folks out of state to the hospital though the State DOH denies it, there were several interviewed on the radio this morning from their out of state hospital rooms.
    If you're lucky, deaths will remain near 1% of infections. So far, this second wave that went thru the south and up the mid-west has seen 1.6~3% deaths relative to infections. Here in the east, where we got hit early (didn't want to panic) the deaths were were over 5% of infections due to fewer tests and other early on issues. In NYC, deaths were 9.8% of infections.
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    Montana is having a surge as well with daily totals over 300 for three of the past four days. 1.1% of our population has tested positive; 30.5% of the population have been tested; and, 1.5% of the positive population have died. Jails are trending hotspots and many positives are linked to the opening of schools and universities.
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    Calm down folks, its all a hoax. Don't wear a face covering. Open your beaches. Support huge gatherings of people. Individually threaten people/businesses who actually care for their (and your) safety. Don't do any contact tracing - this Covid thing will just fade away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BC1100S View Post
    Calm down folks, its all a hoax. Don't wear a face covering. Open your beaches. Support huge gatherings of people. Individually threaten people/businesses who actually care for their (and your) safety. Don't do any contact tracing - this Covid thing will just fade away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by detbmw View Post
    As soon as we reach Herd Mentality, we'll be fine; quoted from a recent town hall on ABC from someone we all know of.
    When you reach herd mentality there will be far fewer of you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by detbmw View Post
    As soon as we reach Herd Mentality, we'll be fine; quoted from a recent town hall on ABC from someone we all know of.
    Herd mentality = 2/3 of the population being infected. Assuming only 1% of those infected will die, that's about 2.2 million deaths.

    Recently. you've heard claims of great success because 2-million didn't die.

    Proving once again, doing something is more than doing nothing.
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