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  1. StateStSports

    COVID-19/Coronavirus thread

    Actually cases are going up. Positive rate is lower than yesterday at least.
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    COVID-19/Coronavirus thread

    Let’s look at next few days. Could be a lag from holiday weekend and reporting.
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    COVID-19/Coronavirus thread

    Caulfield my friend you really are wound tightly. I get it as I am just as on edge as you. Please read this and see if it hopes at all...
  4. StateStSports

    COVID-19/Coronavirus thread

    NBC has a zip code update on "hot spots". Highwood, North Chicago, Aurora and Joliet have high positive numbers.
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    COVID-19/Coronavirus thread

    Greg - I believe that is the easiest way to get sick; close contact in enclosed spaces for a long duration. I was a scared flier before this all happened (travel every week for work) and I am not getting on a plane for a long long time. Planes are full and TSA is seeing an uptick in people traveling.
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    COVID-19/Coronavirus thread

    My best friend is a radiologist on the front lines. I won't go over what he tells me (scary shit). Naturally, this virus doesn't want to die off; thus it will weaken over time because it wants to stay around forever. If it is lethal it will simply die with it's host. The more hosts the better. THe question is how many cycles around does it need to take before our bodies react and it weakens.
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    COVID-19/Coronavirus thread

    I think most cities with international airports got smashed hard at first. Numbers were incredibly high in those locales at first with high exponential growth. 30-40% are asymptomatic so you can add the actual cases, along with those and mild cases of people. Note: I may be way off, but there seems to be a 90 day trend of really high cases and then drop off. Perhaps that is due to lockdowns in Italy, Spain, NYC, Chicago etc.
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    COVID-19/Coronavirus thread

    I think NYC, Detroit, Chicago areas got hit harder than any of tests and numbers can tell. While being cautious, still very very dense areas. While anti-bodies may be short and booster vaccine shots may be needed, the hope is that the second time it hits you, your body has some reaction that makes it less lethal.
  9. StateStSports

    COVID-19/Coronavirus thread

    At this point the blue states are gonna just create bubble cities between each other.
  10. StateStSports

    COVID-19/Coronavirus thread

    Yes and masks will get us closer to some normalcy
  11. StateStSports

    COVID-19/Coronavirus thread

    Schooled by kpop and tiktokkers. Hilarious. Where do you see percentage of positive tests by location?
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    COVID-19/Coronavirus thread

    Well this doesn't sound very good. https://www.cnbc.com/2020/06/18/coronavirus-antibodies-may-last-only-2-to-3-months-after-infection-study-suggests.html
  13. StateStSports

    COVID-19/Coronavirus thread

    So cases are skyrocketing, but deaths are going down, how is that?
  14. StateStSports

    COVID-19/Coronavirus thread

    I went to University of Kansas undergrad. The Chinese buffets are decent but the people certainly are sheltered in the middle. Many of my friends are just as foolish as Greg with feelings like we are infringing on his personal liberty by trying to protect each other. Love thy neighbor goes a long way.
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    COVID-19/Coronavirus thread

    I bet if Golden Corral or Old Country Buffet celebrated, you would be a historian.
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