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Fri May 22, 2020, 09:51 PM

US - 97,647 deaths by 5/22; averaging 1250 per day over the last week.

US - 1,645,094 cases by 5/22; averaging 22,973 cases per day over the last week.

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/

Nineteen states reported 20 or more deaths on 5/22.

Pennsylvania 141
New Jersey 134
New York 124
Illinois 108
Massachusetts 80
California 69
Connecticut 55
Maryland 48
Florida 45
Louisiana 39
Ohio 39
Virginia 37
Georgia 33
Minnesota 33
North Carolina 30
Michigan 29
Indiana 28
Texas 26
Rhode Island 23

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Reply US - 97,647 deaths by 5/22; averaging 1250 per day over the last week. (Original post)
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JaimeBondoJr May 22 #1
LavenderGirl Saturday #2
WhatEver101 Saturday #3

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Fri May 22, 2020, 09:53 PM

1. Still trending down. Good deal. Next week LT 1k maybe.

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Sat May 23, 2020, 03:25 PM

2. A computer model reveals that if the US would have shut down 1 week earlier, 50,000 lives would have

50,000 lives would have been saved. Trump wouldn't do it.

Avoiding a stock market decline was far more important to him than saving human lives.

That isn't leadership. It's criminal negligence.

#VoteBlue

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Response to LavenderGirl (Reply #2)

Sat May 23, 2020, 03:30 PM

3. OK, which democrat recommended shutting down 1 week early back in

January
Feb
March

I am pretty sure the answer is none.

How about this nugget from Feb 2020

https://www.statnews.com/2020/02/03/coronavirus-spread-social-distancing-us/

To fight coronavirus spread, the U.S. may expand ‘social distancing’ measures. But it comes at a cost
By SHRADDHA CHAKRADHARFEBRUARY 3, 2020
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Public health officials, there were quick to point out that the threat to the U.S. still remains low. “The virus is not spreading widely across the community at this time,” Dr. Ngozi Ezike, director of the Illinois Department of Public Health, told reporters last week, adding, “We are not recommending people in the general public take additional precautions such as canceling activities or avoiding going out of their homes.”
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There are still bigger costs to more large-scale public health interventions like shutting down schools, according to Jha. Those costs: a sense of panic and heightened concern. China’s extreme quarantining has already been questioned and other similar measures are likely to similarly spark controversy. “I hope there will be data available to see if worked,” Lurie, who now serves as a consultant to the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations, said.

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Boy, Dr.Ezike got that wrong...

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