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    Some Much-Needed Coronavirus Perspective
    March 31, 2020
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    There are almost 140,000 active cases of COVID-19 in the United States. Nearly 20,000 new cases were reported on Sunday alone. The death toll in the U.S. is now close to 3,000 — with more than 2,000 of them occurring in just the past week.
    ...
    On its own, 3,000 fatalities might seem like a tremendously large number. But that’s before you learn that an average of 7,700 people die in the U.S. every single day. Which means that over the past week, when the coronavirus took 2,000 lives, nearly 54,000 people died from other causes.

    As a service to readers, here are recent annual deaths from other causes, many of which go largely unnoticed year by year, but most of which are preventable. (The data are compiled from the National Center for Health Statistics, the National Safety Council, and other sources.)

    • 1,900: strep throat
    • 3,000: food poisoning
    • 5,000: choking
    • 6,946: accidental hanging
    • 7,450: pedestrians hit by a car
    • 7,740: obesity
    • 12,316: pregnancy-related
    • 20,108: inflammation resulting from food or liquids getting into the lungs
    • 35,000: antibiotic-resistant bacteria
    • 35,823: alcohol-induced deaths
    • 36,336: falls
    • 40,922: blood poisoning resulting from bacteria
    • 47,173: suicide
    • 55,672: flu and pneumonia
    • 64,795: accidental poisoning
    • 83,564: diabetes
    • 121,404: Alzheimer’s
    • 160,201: chronic lower respiratory disease
    • 169,936: all accidental deaths
    • 250,000: medical errors
    • 599,108: cancer
    • 647,457: heart disease

    Then there are all the scary stories about hospitalizations and how the health care system will be overwhelmed. Here, too, there’s no context.

    According to the American Hospital Association, there were more than 36 million hospital admissions in 2018. So, on an average day, hospitals across the country admit more than 98,000 patients.

    In that year, there were 139 million emergency room visits. That’s more than 380,000 a day.

    Of course, a local area can be overwhelmed by a sudden influx of patients needing hospital care. But it will take a lot more than the predicted course of the coronavirus outbreak to overwhelm a health care system that successfully deals in volumes like this on a daily basis.

    Read the rest:
    https://issuesinsights.com/2020/03/3...s-perspective/

    The lack of context during the Wuhan virus panic
    https://behindtheblack.com/behind-th...n-virus-panic/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Space Racer View Post
    Some Much-Needed Coronavirus Perspective
    March 31, 2020
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    There are almost 140,000 active cases of COVID-19 in the United States. Nearly 20,000 new cases were reported on Sunday alone. The death toll in the U.S. is now close to 3,000 — with more than 2,000 of them occurring in just the past week.
    ...
    On its own, 3,000 fatalities might seem like a tremendously large number. But that’s before you learn that an average of 7,700 people die in the U.S. every single day. Which means that over the past week, when the coronavirus took 2,000 lives, nearly 54,000 people died from other causes.

    As a service to readers, here are recent annual deaths from other causes, many of which go largely unnoticed year by year, but most of which are preventable. (The data are compiled from the National Center for Health Statistics, the National Safety Council, and other sources.)

    • 1,900: strep throat
    • 3,000: food poisoning
    • 5,000: choking
    • 6,946: accidental hanging
    • 7,450: pedestrians hit by a car
    • 7,740: obesity
    • 12,316: pregnancy-related
    • 20,108: inflammation resulting from food or liquids getting into the lungs
    • 35,000: antibiotic-resistant bacteria
    • 35,823: alcohol-induced deaths
    • 36,336: falls
    • 40,922: blood poisoning resulting from bacteria
    • 47,173: suicide
    • 55,672: flu and pneumonia
    • 64,795: accidental poisoning
    • 83,564: diabetes
    • 121,404: Alzheimer’s
    • 160,201: chronic lower respiratory disease
    • 169,936: all accidental deaths
    • 250,000: medical errors
    • 599,108: cancer
    • 647,457: heart disease

    Then there are all the scary stories about hospitalizations and how the health care system will be overwhelmed. Here, too, there’s no context.

    According to the American Hospital Association, there were more than 36 million hospital admissions in 2018. So, on an average day, hospitals across the country admit more than 98,000 patients.

    In that year, there were 139 million emergency room visits. That’s more than 380,000 a day.

    Of course, a local area can be overwhelmed by a sudden influx of patients needing hospital care. But it will take a lot more than the predicted course of the coronavirus outbreak to overwhelm a health care system that successfully deals in volumes like this on a daily basis.

    Read the rest:
    https://issuesinsights.com/2020/03/3...s-perspective/

    The lack of context during the Wuhan virus panic
    https://behindtheblack.com/behind-th...n-virus-panic/
    And soon to become number one...and we have only just began.

    This is for the entire US ..which most places haven't even been hit yet..and as we can see will take the number one spot soon on your list..will they update it I wonder?
    If we don't get those vents built..the death rate will be over 20 percent with covid 19 which will turn that steep ramp into a virtual cliff.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Missouri Guy View Post
    And soon to become number one...and we have only just began.

    This is for the entire US ..which most places haven't even been hit yet..and as we can see will take the number one spot soon on your list..will they update it I wonder?
    If we don't get those vents built..the death rate will be over 20 percent with covid 19 which will turn that steep ramp into a virtual cliff.


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    From what i have read and watched if you end up on a vent your more likely to die on one than recover .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Space Racer View Post
    Worldwide deaths from January 1st to April 3, 2020.

    Coronavirus, 56,000 deaths.
    Seasonal flu, 124,000.
    Malaria, 251,000.
    Suicide, 274,000.
    Traffic fatalities, 345,000 deaths.
    HIV/AIDS, 430,000 deaths.
    Alcohol related deaths, 641,000.
    Smoking-related deaths, 1,281,000.
    Cancer deaths, 2,105,000 deaths.

    https://gisanddata.maps.arcgis.com/a...23467b48e9ecf6

    https://www.worldometers.info/
    ^Post #25, page 2.

    Notice that the number of deaths attributed to Coronavirus is the smallest number on this list.


    Worldwide deaths from January 1st to April 8, 2020.

    Communicable disease deaths 3,510,000
    Coronavirus, 87,000 deaths.*
    Seasonal flu, 131,000.
    Malaria, 265,000.
    Suicide, 289,000.
    Traffic fatalities, 364,000 deaths.
    HIV/AIDS, 454,000 deaths.
    Alcohol related deaths, 676,000.
    Smoking-related deaths, 1,351,000.
    Cancer deaths, 2,220,000 deaths.

    https://gisanddata.maps.arcgis.com/a...23467b48e9ecf6

    https://www.worldometers.info/

    *Many deaths attributed to Coronavirus (CV) may have been caused by other diseases, but were attributed to CV simply because the virus was found in patients who died. No cause/effect has been established in these patients.

    Feds classifying all coronavirus patient deaths as ‘COVID-19’ deaths, regardless of cause
    https://nypost.com/2020/04/07/feds-c...vid-19-deaths/
    Vacuum Technology:
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    Change your vacuum pump oil now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Space Racer View Post
    ^Post #25, page 2.

    Notice that the number of deaths attributed to Coronavirus is the smallest number on this list.


    Worldwide deaths from January 1st to April 8, 2020.

    Communicable disease deaths 3,510,000
    Coronavirus, 87,000 deaths.*
    Seasonal flu, 131,000.
    Malaria, 265,000.
    Suicide, 289,000.
    Traffic fatalities, 364,000 deaths.
    HIV/AIDS, 454,000 deaths.
    Alcohol related deaths, 676,000.
    Smoking-related deaths, 1,351,000.
    Cancer deaths, 2,220,000 deaths.

    https://gisanddata.maps.arcgis.com/a...23467b48e9ecf6

    https://www.worldometers.info/

    *Many deaths attributed to Coronavirus (CV) may have been caused by other diseases, but were attributed to CV simply because the virus was found in patients who died. No cause/effect has been established in these patients.

    Feds classifying all coronavirus patient deaths as ‘COVID-19’ deaths, regardless of cause
    https://nypost.com/2020/04/07/feds-c...vid-19-deaths/
    The amount of deaths has nothing to do with controlling the masses. The amount of deaths in such a short period is what the politicians and media are exploiting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Space Racer View Post
    ^Post #25, page 2.

    Notice that the number of deaths attributed to Coronavirus is the smallest number on this list.


    Worldwide deaths from January 1st to April 8, 2020.

    Communicable disease deaths 3,510,000
    Coronavirus, 87,000 deaths.*
    Seasonal flu, 131,000.
    Malaria, 265,000.
    Suicide, 289,000.
    Traffic fatalities, 364,000 deaths.
    HIV/AIDS, 454,000 deaths.
    Alcohol related deaths, 676,000.
    Smoking-related deaths, 1,351,000.
    Cancer deaths, 2,220,000 deaths.

    https://gisanddata.maps.arcgis.com/a...23467b48e9ecf6

    https://www.worldometers.info/

    *Many deaths attributed to Coronavirus (CV) may have been caused by other diseases, but were attributed to CV simply because the virus was found in patients who died. No cause/effect has been established in these patients.

    Feds classifying all coronavirus patient deaths as ‘COVID-19’ deaths, regardless of cause
    https://nypost.com/2020/04/07/feds-c...vid-19-deaths/

    ^From post #43 above.

    Notice that the number of deaths attributed to Coronavirus is the smallest number on this list.


    Worldwide deaths from January 1st to April 14, 2020.

    Communicable disease deaths 3,716,000
    Coronavirus, 123,000 deaths.*
    Seasonal flu, 139,000.
    Malaria, 280,000.
    Suicide, 307,000.
    Traffic fatalities, 386,000 deaths.
    HIV/AIDS, 481,000 deaths.
    Alcohol related deaths, 716,000.
    Smoking-related deaths, 1,431,000.
    Cancer deaths, 2,351,000 deaths.

    https://gisanddata.maps.arcgis.com/a...23467b48e9ecf6

    https://www.worldometers.info/

    *Many deaths attributed to Coronavirus (CV) may have been caused by other diseases, but were attributed to CV simply because the virus was found in patients who died. No cause/effect has been established in these patients.

    Feds classifying all coronavirus patient deaths as ‘COVID-19’ deaths, regardless of cause
    https://nypost.com/2020/04/07/feds-c...vid-19-deaths/
    Vacuum Technology:
    CRUD = Contamination Resulting in Undesirable Deposits.
    CRAPP = Contamination Resulting in Additional Partial Pressure.

    Change your vacuum pump oil now.

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    The steep red line is the NYC metro area, which includes NYC, Newark, and Jersey City, among others.
    New York metropolitan area
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Yo...atistical_Area



    See that one line trending way up? That is New York. You see all those lines bunched way down at the bottom up through April 17th, up through Friday, that’s the 24 other major metro areas. What does this tell you? It tells you our problem has been in New York, but it hasn’t been as equally bad anywhere else, not even close.

    For one reason, they don’t have subways that are remained open with people sardined on ’em as they have in New York. But that’s stunning. The number of cases in the top 25 metro areas, New York stands alone, nobody… (interruption) No, I’m not being critical of New York. I’m suggesting that we have based a national policy on one metro.

    https://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2...-wasnt-needed/
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    Change your vacuum pump oil now.

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    We have seen a spike in this part of the country, in cities with packing plants, in packing plants themselves to be more exact. It seems that these places have a high number of Hispanic workers. I don't know or haven't heard the exact connection between the 2 but there does seem to be a link. It could be that many of these workers are immigrants so they may not have had the immunizations that most of us got as kids, or it could just be something in the genetics like males are more likely than females.

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    The link in packing plants is people working shoulder to shoulder. Coughing hacking... ever been in one ? The mexs that are working in them have probably been here a while... probably getting the bug outside the plant or thru some management type person coming in from I doubt there is a large scale packing plant in this country owned by Americans. Chinese, Brazilian.. that kosher one...
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    The reason Corona virus deaths are spiking is because if someone dies from something, anything.....they were killed by Corona virus.

    That label is being driven by the federal funding allowance for hospitals, due to covid deaths.

    Follow the money....

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    Math doesn't lie
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    You do realize that's not helping the lefts propaganda machine correct ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2sac View Post
    Math doesn't lie
    You do realize those other counties numbers are from people that died "from" the virus, while the US numbers is of those that died with the virus, maybe, cause many weren't tested to know if they had it for sure.

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