The new Corona virus, should we worry?


GopherWeatherGuy

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These people are so oblivious and ignore all past coronavirus Science, and yet people continue to cheer them on to make decisions to control their lives. Pathetic.

 







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This is how lefties win arguments and spread Covid misinformation. Had this conversation been allowed to go on longer, I would fully expect the ladies of The View to put their fingers in their ears and yell “la la la la la la”:
Thanks for the reminder why I don’t watch that 🤡 show
 







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NFL to intensify COVID-19 protocols around Thanksgiving holiday

With Thanksgiving approaching and COVID-19 cases rising again nationwide, the NFL on Tuesday night issued a memo to its teams detailing changes to its COVID-19 protocols, including mandatory testing for all players and staff the Monday and Wednesday after the holiday and mandatory mask-wearing for all players and staff while inside club facilities from Nov. 25 through Dec. 1.

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The world has gone insane. What if Covid never goes away? (it won't)
It won't. But now that almost everyone can get a vax/booster and we have decent non-injection treatments nearing approval, the "pandemic" part will be over.
 


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It won't. But now that almost everyone can get a vax/booster and we have decent non-injection treatments nearing approval, the "pandemic" part will be over.
Hopefully the antivaxxers will reject these dangerous treatments also.
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If you have oral sex with your first cousin, you know or maybe auntie too, down in the basement before the big meal you should be ok. Its not transmitted that way. Just clean up with some Lysol towelettes or something before going upstairs
 
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55 years, totally normal

In what world is this acceptable? Per the article attached took them 108 days to approve the vaccines and now they want 55 years to reveal the information they looked at while approving. Obviously there is something to hide here. The FDA needs to be the most transparent government agency of any of them and now we get this about vaccines which a large portion of the population doubt. This only adds to the fire.
 

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Denying the misinformation/anti-facts regime as much data as possible, gives me pleasure. :)
 

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MN Dept of health Update - Tuesday Nov 16 (3 days of data for Sat, Sun, Mon)

9,381 confirmed cases (and reinfections) + 1,532 probable cases = 10,913 new cases

79,562 PCR tests + 21,327 antigen tests = 100,889 total tests

overall positive test rate 10.8%.

51 deaths reported (going back to last Thursday). 42 private residence/8 long-term care/1 other
47 of the deaths from November.
9,047 total deaths (4,843 long-term care)

Hospitalizations:
Sat: ICU 311 (no change). Non-ICU 953 (-18). Total 1,264 (-18).

Sun: ICU 301 (-10). Non-ICU 999 (+46). Total 1,300 (+36).

Mon: ICU 307 (+6). Non-ICU 1,041 (+42). Total 1,348 (+48).
Interesting thing to compare the NYT plot -- which is doing a 7-day average where each day is the number from basically that day's announcement (like you show here), where they're simply saying how many new positive cases they found during that day (or days) of testing:

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and compare that to the MDH plot, which redistributes each positive case to the actual date of collection for the specimen:

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Denying the misinformation/anti-facts regime as much data as possible, gives me pleasure. :)

They claim the time is necessary to review and redact each page of the 329,000 pages of data, presumedly for PHI.

I‘d guess Pfizer could easily do so, even if it meant diverting funds from promotional steak house dinner bribery, er educational programs.

FOIA exemption rationalizations:





  • Exemption 1: Information that is classified to protect national security.
  • Exemption 2: Information related solely to the internal personnel rules and practices of an agency.
  • Exemption 3: Information that is prohibited from disclosure by another federal law.
  • Exemption 4: Trade secrets or commercial or financial information that is confidential or privileged.
  • Exemption 5:Privileged communications within or between agencies, including those protected by the:
    1. Deliberative Process Privilege (provided the records were created less than 25 years before the date on which they were requested)
    2. Attorney-Work Product Privilege
    3. Attorney-Client Privilege
  • Exemption 6: Information that, if disclosed, would invade another individual’s personal privacy.
  • Exemption 7:Information compiled for law enforcement purposes that:
    • 7(A). Could reasonably be expected to interfere with enforcement proceedings
    • 7(B). Would deprive a person of a right to a fair trial or an impartial adjudication
    • 7(C). Could reasonably be expected to constitute an unwarranted invasion of personal privacy
    • 7(D). Could reasonably be expected to disclose the identity of a confidential source
    • 7(E). Would disclose techniques and procedures for law enforcement investigations or prosecutions, or would disclose guidelines for law enforcement investigations or prosecutions if such disclosure could reasonably be expected to risk circumvention of the law
    • 7(F). Could reasonably be expected to endanger the life or physical safety of any individual
  • Exemption 8: Information that concerns the supervision of financial institutions.
  • Exemption 9: Geological information on wells.
 






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