The new Corona virus, should we worry?

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MN Dept of health report - Tues, Oct 12 (3 days of data covering Sat, Sun & Mon)

6,833 confirmed cases + 1,109 from antigen testing = 7,942 total cases

75,792 PCR tests + 18,134 antigen tests = 93,926 total tests

positive test rate: 9.0% on PCR tests -- 6.1% on antigen tests -- 8.5% overall positive test rate

10 deaths reported (6 private residence/4 long-term care)
8,330 total deaths (4,682 long-term care)

Hospitalizations:
Sat: ICU 239 (-2) Non-ICU 673 (-1) Total hospitalized 912 (-3).

Sun: ICU 244 (+5). Non-ICU 689 (+16). Total hospitalized 933 (+21).

Mon: ICU 254 (+10). Non-ICU 706 (+17). Total hospitalized 960 (+27).
 

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Vaccination update: (# as of Sunday, Oct 10)

(12-and-older) 72.9% with at least one dose.
69.3% fully vaccinated
(compared to total state population) 58.6% fully vaccinated.

12-15 yrs old - 49% no change
16-17 - 56% +1
18-49 - 60% +1
50-64 - 72% no change
65+ - 87% (-1)

# of people with a 3rd dose or booster - 190,415.
 



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(compared to total state population) 58.6% fully vaccinated.
So there are easily more than 2M people living within the borders of the state who have no (superior) vaccine immunity.

And the report showed around 6.8k positive out of 75.8k total PCR tests.


Well obviously that's not possible!!! Must prove PCR is giving false positives!!

:ROFLMAO:
 


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Based on how I felt for the year following actually having COVID and how I have felt the 6-7 weeks since I got the second jab, I can tell you that I wish I would have not gotten the vax. I'm not going to make any definitive assertions about the vax but personal experience, I'm having some serious doubts.... Still hoping I don't regret it long term....
I hope you don't regret it either. VAERS data terrifies me.
 

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I hope you don't regret it either. VAERS data terrifies me.
The Covid data is more scary. I know more people who had a bad time with Covid than the shot.

My wife is the only one I know with bad side effects. She probably had the blood clot associated with J&J which she got, luckily they cleared on their own. Worst headache she ever had, said it felt like her skull was going to crack. The clots were reported to be in the veins that drain the brain, so her symptoms line up. It happened before this side effect was reported, if it had been after we definitely would have been in the ER.

She thinks she had Covid early 2020 based on some weird symptoms, but 5 months after the antibody test was negative, I personally don't think she had Covid before the shot.
 

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Oooops!!!!!

Its like people get colds during this time of the year and test positive for COVID, which can NOT distinguish between influenza and coronaviruses.

And those vaccines are really doing the trick!!!!!
Link?
 

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MN Dept of health report - Tues, Oct 12 (3 days of data covering Sat, Sun & Mon)

6,833 confirmed cases + 1,109 from antigen testing = 7,942 total cases

75,792 PCR tests + 18,134 antigen tests = 93,926 total tests

positive test rate: 9.0% on PCR tests -- 6.1% on antigen tests -- 8.5% overall positive test rate

10 deaths reported (6 private residence/4 long-term care)
8,330 total deaths (4,682 long-term care)

Hospitalizations:
Sat: ICU 239 (-2) Non-ICU 673 (-1) Total hospitalized 912 (-3).

Sun: ICU 244 (+5). Non-ICU 689 (+16). Total hospitalized 933 (+21).

Mon: ICU 254 (+10). Non-ICU 706 (+17). Total hospitalized 960 (+27).
I feel like I have seen this play before. Maybe about 12-months ago?
 










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Last year’s numbers were Trumps fault.
Who could blame a guy that said the following, amiright???

I see the disinfectant that knocks it out in a minute, one minute. And is there a way we can do something like that by injection inside or almost a cleaning?
 

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Will Harvard get censored by Twitter and Facebook?
 

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MN Dept of Health Update - Weds, Oct 13

1,825 confirmed cases + 563 from antigen testing = 2,388 total cases

17,866 PCR tests + 11,202 antigen tests = 29,068 total tests

positive test rate -- 10.2% on PCR -- 5.0% on antigen -- 8.2% overall positive test rate

Deaths - 24 reported (19 private residence/5 long-term care).
8,354 total deaths (4,687 in long-term care)

Hospitalizations: ICU 260 (+6). Non-ICU 730 (+24). Total Hospitalized 990 (+30).
total hospitalizations up 119 since last Wednesday.

from the Strib:
While vaccines might be losing some effectiveness at preventing any infections, studies show they remain protective against severe illness, hospitalization and death.

Minneapolis-based Allina Health reported 249 patients hospitalized for COVID-19 on Monday, and that 77 (31%) were fully vaccinated. Among 51 patients receiving intensive care, six (12%) were fully vaccinated.

Bloomington-based HealthPartners similarly reported that it cared for 424 COVID-19 patients in its hospitals over the past 30 days, and that 25% were fully vaccinated. Among the 74 requiring intensive care, 19% were fully vaccinated.
 


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MN Dept of Health Update - Weds, Oct 13

1,825 confirmed cases + 563 from antigen testing = 2,388 total cases

17,866 PCR tests + 11,202 antigen tests = 29,068 total tests

positive test rate -- 10.2% on PCR -- 5.0% on antigen -- 8.2% overall positive test rate

Deaths - 24 reported (19 private residence/5 long-term care).
8,354 total deaths (4,687 in long-term care)

Hospitalizations: ICU 260 (+6). Non-ICU 730 (+24). Total Hospitalized 990 (+30).
total hospitalizations up 119 since last Wednesday.

from the Strib:
While vaccines might be losing some effectiveness at preventing any infections, studies show they remain protective against severe illness, hospitalization and death.

Minneapolis-based Allina Health reported 249 patients hospitalized for COVID-19 on Monday, and that 77 (31%) were fully vaccinated. Among 51 patients receiving intensive care, six (12%) were fully vaccinated.

Bloomington-based HealthPartners similarly reported that it cared for 424 COVID-19 patients in its hospitals over the past 30 days, and that 25% were fully vaccinated. Among the 74 requiring intensive care, 19% were fully vaccinated.
Wow! 25-30% of the hospitalized- fully vaxxed. What a product. Mandated. What percentage of the hospitalized had Covid before and were unvaxxed. Since we don't have that information I would bet it is a very, very small percentage if any.

Good to see the Strib acting on cue and running in to provide cover! :)
 

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I don't think what JJ said is 100% correct but he's close to the target. It is well known that the PCR tests provide an awful lot of false positives at the 40 cycle range and anything over 25 is suspect.
 







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Younger people dying more (though the median age is not falling) now than versus a year ago is a pretty damning bit of information against the vaccines.
Only if you're clueless...
 

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Replies to average with median.
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Because he was pointing out the deception. The median (which has been the commonly used metric for this) wasn't working for the Strib narrative- so the went with the average to bolster their point.
 

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Because he was pointing out the deception. The median (which has been the commonly used metric for this) wasn't working for the Strib narrative- so the went with the average to bolster their point.
Average indicates more younger people are dying, the lower vaccination group. It shows that the vaccine is working and providing some protection for older people who have much higher vaccination rate. The median in this case is being used to hide that fact. Its obvious.
 





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