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uppermidwestbama
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COVID19 slowing in ALL regions of the United States - 10% or lower in all regions
If the trend continues through the week are past the peak and on our way down.

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Powerman
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re: COVID19 slowing in ALL regions of the United States - 10% or lower in all regions
Almost like that whole social distancing thing is actually working


Jrv2damac
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re: COVID19 slowing in ALL regions of the United States - 10% or lower in all regions
Do you ever take a break


thebigmuffaletta
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re: COVID19 slowing in ALL regions of the United States - 10% or lower in all regions
Facebook Karens gonna be pissed


Kester5144
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re: COVID19 slowing in ALL regions of the United States - 10% or lower in all regions
Buddy, who are you trying to convince here? See, im afraid there are too many who are already so far gone that they would never believe this. The mainstream news would never run a story like this, are you out of your mind?


Summer of George
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re: COVID19 slowing in ALL regions of the United States - 10% or lower in all regions
Fake news


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Powerman
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re: COVID19 slowing in ALL regions of the United States - 10% or lower in all regions
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Do you ever take a break


Sure. Do you think growth rates would be slowing if we were packing basketball arenas and concert venus right now? I don't.
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mostbesttigerfanever
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re: COVID19 slowing in ALL regions of the United States - 10% or lower in all regions
I don't know if I'd call it a trend, yet. But it is encouraging. And I do know that NOLA based hospitals were recently discharging more patients than they were taking in.


FlexDawg
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re: COVID19 slowing in ALL regions of the United States - 10% or lower in all regions
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Almost like that whole social distancing thing is actually working


That’s exactly what Rush Limbaugh was talking about the other day. The doomsayers can never be wrong because all they have to do is say muh measures worked.


Tony Tiger89
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re: COVID19 slowing in ALL regions of the United States - 10% or lower in all regions
Speak English, Powerpussy !


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BayBengal9
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re: COVID19 slowing in ALL regions of the United States - 10% or lower in all regions
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Do you this growth rates would be slowing if we were packing basketball arenas and concert venus right now?


Would it matter if they were or were not? Doubtful.


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mmcgrath
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re: COVID19 slowing in ALL regions of the United States - 10% or lower in all regions
I wouldn't call it a trend until I see today's and Wednesday's numbers. Too much of the testing data has been skewed up and down by laboratory and testing busts and booms.


uppermidwestbama
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re: COVID19 slowing in ALL regions of the United States - 10% or lower in all regions
It's from the same source that the media uses. We already know they will ignore it and find some other sensationalism story for the daily news.

When the media starts to move onto other stories to cover you know they have given into the reality that COVID19 has ran its course and we are on our way back to normal.

Right now there aren't any stories.

Some other good news is that pro baseball is working on get started with their season with certain precautions in place.


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TrueTiger
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re: COVID19 slowing in ALL regions of the United States - 10% or lower in all regions
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Almost like that whole social distancing thing is actually working


that could be turbocharged if we all had masks


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Powerman
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re: COVID19 slowing in ALL regions of the United States - 10% or lower in all regions
And the cases don't really matter

It's the death that matters

Once we start seeing a consistent downward trend in the death rate that will be a great sign


roadGator
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re: COVID19 slowing in ALL regions of the United States - 10% or lower in all regions
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Do you this growth rates


New Powerbottom English?


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Jyrdis
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re: COVID19 slowing in ALL regions of the United States - 10% or lower in all regions
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lmost like that whole social distancing thing is actually working



Maybe. Difficult to say it’s certain or with 95% probability without having a control group.


themunch
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re: COVID19 slowing in ALL regions of the United States - 10% or lower in all regions
The Wuflu is the worstest eva.


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uppermidwestbama
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re: COVID19 slowing in ALL regions of the United States - 10% or lower in all regions
You don't have a damn clue what you are talking about. Death is a lagging indicator. That will drop when we are already back open for business as a country.


BigJim
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re: COVID19 slowing in ALL regions of the United States - 10% or lower in all regions
1. This is good news.
2. Be a little cautious, this could just be delayed lab reporting. It's happened before.
3. There is no link, but I am interpreting this as the number of new cases is less. Not the total number of cases, that will still be climbing. That still means there are new cases. Which means we aren't at the peak BUT the peak should be within site.

I can tell you that this is true for Louisiana as that is what I follow closely. However that was also true last Sunday and then they dumped a bunch of new cases from labs. So going to wait a day or two before I get too excited.
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