- Mar 10, 2017
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Right, it contextualizes the fact it in time and space. I.E., in reality. For example, Italy"Does not change the fact that they have one area that has been the hardest hit.
The cases in the outlying areas ARE going to rise. So, your 70% number should fall. That would be good news. If the cases in the outlying areas do double or triple, as expected, and the area around Milan still maintains 70% of the cases, that would be horrible news and not something to gloat about.
What areas of the country would you expect a virus to hit hardest, first? You seem to have some possibly odd ideas on this. They might be funny.