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Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by gdr_11, Jan 29, 2020.
Texas HHS website:
177 deaths in Texas attributed to CV.
The bigger question is why they do not provide data on how many people tested positive and have no symptoms? We know that with these drive up testing sites, a lot of folks are getting tested with many showing positive but not showing any illness. Just like the other viral diseases...if 100 people are exposed, 50 will not get ill, of the 50 that do get ill 25 will have mild symptoms, of the 25 who have serious symptoms, 2 will die mostly because of pre existing health issues. The 2% number is pretty consistent with most of these diseases
A record 7.5 million Americans were receiving unemployment benefits at the end of March.
Will you quit trying to screw around with the narrative?
Finally, a reporter who actually agrees with me!!!!
I guess I can contact UPS and have them cancel that gift of three old Sears catalogs I was sending you.
That's even more deaths than are attributed to being struck by lightning while moonwalking with a domesticated giraffe in all of Northern Texas last week!
I don't think society is going to make it.