The guy could teach a graduate course in logical fallacies. That could be worthwhile.mwalsh wrote: ↑Sat May 23, 2020 3:56 pmOilpan4 wrote: ↑Sat May 23, 2020 3:34 pmLooks like for people under 60 are about as likely to die from trump virus as flu.
Except for children under 18, only in the US 12 have died, normally it does almost nothing to them.
The media doesn't like talking about it so numbers aren't they easy to find but it looks like overall around half of trump virus deaths nation wide since the begining have been nursing home residents, but more recently up to 70 to 80% of deaths in PA for example have been in nursing homes.
Shudding down the entire country for this was stupid, not protecting nursing homes better and going after people who wanted to keep their small business going was vile. Unless that business catered to the elderly.
Think it's time to foe you, bro. You're not bringing anything worthwhile to table. At least not in my opinion.
A second hairstylist who worked while symptomatic potentially exposed 56 clients to Covid-19, officials saycwerdna wrote: ↑Fri May 22, 2020 10:59 pmHairstylist with COVID-19 served 84 clients while symptomatic, Missouri officials say
https://www.kansascity.com/news/coronav ... 46596.html
A cluster of coronavirus cases was reported in Arkansas after a swim party(CNN)Two Missouri hairstylists potentially exposed 140 clients to coronavirus when they worked for up to eight days this month while symptomatic, health officials said.
The Springfield-Greene Health Department announced Saturday that a second hairstylist tested positive for coronavirus, and may have exposed 56 clients at the same Great Clips salon.
There was one down the street from us too. Quick headcount seemed to indicate maybe a dozen people. Sounds like something going on in the yard behind us today. Maybe about half a dozen, based on the noise. Good luck to 'em, I say. I think it's still too soon.LeftieBiker wrote: ↑Sun May 24, 2020 1:03 pmThere was a loud, late night party with bonfire here, two houses up, the other night. I didn't do a head count, but there were at least six cars here for it, so I'd guess about 12-20 people total. I didn't see them, so I can't say for sure that they weren't wearing masks. I doubt that they were.
Arkansas seeing second spike of COVID-19Arkansas' unemployment rate hit 10.2% in April, according to preliminary numbers released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics Friday morning.
This is the second-highest unemployment rate since the state's records begin in 1976. Arkansas had 10.3% in December 1982, January 1983 and February 1983.
Posted by an epidemiologist friend of someone on TiVoCommunity:Secretary Pompeo @SecPompeo · May 18
No surprise that Taiwan mounted one of the most successful efforts to contain COVID to date. Transparent, vibrant, and innovative democracies like Taiwan always respond faster and more effectively to pandemics than authoritarian regimes. #TweetforTaiwan