- Dec 1, 2012
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- Niagara Escarpment
Cases have dropped in California over the past three weeks, and there is now 23% availability of ICU beds.Numbers are spiking right now, thousand times the number of active cases than when Democrats demanded to close the economy.Let's look at Canada during the same time frame. After the Canadian Thanksgiving, cases reached record levels and continued to rise throughout the fall. The provincial Premier started putting restrictions on the hardest hit areas of my province around the middle of November, right after the US election. The numbers continued to climb into December, and Justin Trudeau issued a national lockdown order starting December 24th, until January 31st.The cases started to rise in October by the end of October we were nearing record cases, after the election and only after the election, then governors put on restrictions. The numbers continued to climb into December and near the end of December the numbers started to lower. The numbers have been decreasing for more than three weeks and we will just wait for the next spike to occur.You have to be the dumbest poster on the board.Yes, Democrats have continued to use the ChiCom flu as a political weapon.
This completes the Trifecta of California, Illinois, and NY lifting restrictions immediately after Trump leaves office.
California lifted regional stay-at-home orders across the state Monday in response to improving coronavirus conditions, returning the state to a system of county-by-county restrictions.www.nbcsandiego.com
The stay at home orders are being lifted three fucking weeks after Christmas because the spike in cases caused by families getting together for Christmas is abating and the number of cases is coming down, people are getting better, and California has ICU bed available.
We're getting ready to lift stay at home orders in Canada too. Nothing to do with Joe Biden getting elected.
The numbers spiked on January 3rd, and have been dropping steadily ever since. Our daily case numbers are less than half of our peak number of January 3, and our active cases have dropped by more than 20%. I'm hopeful we are able to start re-opening on January 31st, as intially promised, although elearning has been extended to February 15th.
Notice how our situation parallels California's. Our new cases peaked at 2,470 per day, in the spring. On January 3rd, we had over 11,300 new cases - nearly five times that many. Yesterday we had fewer than 5000 new cases, active cases have dropped more than 20% during the same time frame.
NOTHING TO DO WITH THE ELECTION, THE INAUGURATION, TRUMP OR BIDEN. A VIRUS IS NOT POLITICAL.
Hospitals are overwhelmed with patients.
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That's how lockdowns are supposed to work. You lock down, your cases drop, the hospitals empty out, and then you lift lockdown, slowly.