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Chromdome35
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/26/20 5:30 PM
Updated as of 5:30pm 3/15/20



Bwmdx
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/26/20 5:30 PM
Hopefully the daily growth keeps dropping


Chromdome35
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/26/20 5:30 PM
It's not going to, there are still 7 hours left in the day, by midnight it's going to be above the previous day.

The total number of cases appears to be doubling about every 3 days.
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gthog61
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/26/20 5:30 PM
So as the death rate gets minuscule are we still going to hype the total number of cases?


Who the frick cares if it is no more deadly than the flu? Do people die a lot without being “serious” first?

Doesn’t seem like a lot on deck for death

Speaking of death, given the us has 4 million deaths a year how long before this is statistically significant?

Since it is mostly old folks it will never affect life expectancy.


JawjaTigah
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/26/20 5:30 PM
Hoping the sort of stay home mindset and event cancellations will start to flatten the rise in new cases, even a little.


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LSUconvert
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/26/20 5:30 PM
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Oh

Look

Mortality rate


Still incredibly high? hmmmm.


Bard
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/26/20 5:30 PM
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Recoveries should start going up in the coming days as people move through the system.



The whole thing about the recoveries is a biiiig part of the "flattening the curve" narrative because recoveries aren't happening nearly as fast as are new cases because of the R0 of COVID-19. The confirmed cases will have to slow down first before we start seeing recoveries increasing to a meaningful extent (ie: meaningful enough to free up hospital beds).


TideCPA
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/26/20 5:30 PM
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Still incredibly high? hmmmm.

It’s not at all. Unless of course you think there are only 3,535 current cases in the entire country.


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Bwmdx
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/26/20 5:30 PM
That sucks. I thought it was updated at the same time each day.


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gthog61
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/26/20 5:30 PM
So you cannot read graphs either?


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gatorrocks
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/26/20 5:30 PM
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Still incredibly high? hmmmm.

Huh?


crazyatthecamp
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/26/20 5:30 PM
Known mortality

Rate is 1.8 currently in USA

Worldwide is 3.8

Watch this change over the next week with all the new testing coming


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the808bass
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/26/20 5:30 PM
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Hopefully the daily growth keeps dropping


It’s not.


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ThinePreparedAni
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/26/20 5:30 PM
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Still incredibly high? hmmmm. Huh?


I think they were referring to themself
Most high...

Fails at interpreting graphs/trends
Sadly represents most of the populace...


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Ace Midnight
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/26/20 5:30 PM
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Still incredibly high?


We haven't forgotten that a huge percentage of deaths are from a single poorly-run nursing home in Washington State.

That single facility is skewing the infection control policies for a nation of 1/3 of a billion people and the largest economy in history.

:letthatsinkin:


the808bass
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/26/20 5:30 PM
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The confirmed cases will have to slow down first before we start seeing recoveries increasing to a meaningful extent (ie: meaningful enough to free up hospital beds).


They really just have to free up ICU beds. Deaths happen in 12-14 days (I think). The first patient stopped needing supplemental oxygen at day 12, day 8 of his hospital stay. Granted, he was 35. But at that point, he could’ve been transitioned to a more intermediate care bed.


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the808bass
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/26/20 5:30 PM
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That single facility is skewing the infection control policies for a nation of 1/3 of a billion people and the largest economy in history.


110 total cases from that facility.


McLemore
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/26/20 5:30 PM
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Very misleading headline


Like the Failing NYT headline that said, "Trump's Student Loan Interest Suspension Is Not What You Think." a) how the f do you know what I think? And b) they go on to describe (at the end, after a bunch of subterfuge) precisely what I'd thought it was.

Journalism is dead, except for some independent/freelance investigative journalists.

I think the vast majority of Americans are more than willing to make sacrifices to stop diseases and other maladies. But we don't trust politicians or the crumbling Fourth Estate one bit. So we become skeptical to the point of cynicism and always wonder if (how and why) we're being had.
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Ace Midnight
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/26/20 5:30 PM
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110 total cases from that facility.




I was mainly referring to the fatalities, but, yeah, it was such a significant (and outlying event) it skews the total numbers, still.

But it will skew the CFR for many moons to come.


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Catahoula20LSU
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/26/20 5:30 PM
Watch as more testing is done. The total number of cases will go up and the mortality rate will go down. We don’t know how many people are infected right now. Probably more than they are reporting. Symptoms are similar to the flu. Lots of people think they have or had the flu but it was the corona virus.


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