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Yes, there is a surge.
Yes, there is a surge.

Graph of hospitalizations:
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Hospital stays down to average of 5 days from 3 weeks in March......critical case rate at .46% from 10% in May.....testing over 2 million a day from hundreds of thousands earlier, positive case rate at 7% overall and that is down also. Mortality rate at 2.0% from 6.5% in May.

Graph of hospitalizations:
View attachment 420988
Hospital stays down to average of 5 days from 3 weeks in March......critical case rate at .46% from 10% in May.....testing over 2 million a day from hundreds of thousands earlier, positive case rate at 7% overall and that is down also. Mortality rate at 2.0% from 6.5% in May.
The only surge is proirtinally increasing positives as to increased testing.
140,000 positives from 2 million test is EXACTLT the same thing as 70,000 positives from 1 million or 35,000 from 500,000.
Emotionally and mentally undeveloped lockdowners see the big number if 140,000 and incorrectly feel that some huge uptick is occurring when it’s all just proportional
When we had 1 million tests back in early September we had 25,906 positive new cases, now with 2 million tests we have 162,822 new positive cases, clearly new positive cases are growing a lot faster than testing!!!!!
Some days this is true.....10-13% positives depending on that particular day stats, and 7% overall since we began measuring. But so what? Increased positives with a declining critical case and mortality rate are proving the virus to be weaker and weaker than first thought. New cases alone mean nothing as the vast majority have few or no symptoms.
 

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Yes, there is a surge.
Yes, there is a surge.

Graph of hospitalizations:
View attachment 420988
Hospital stays down to average of 5 days from 3 weeks in March......critical case rate at .46% from 10% in May.....testing over 2 million a day from hundreds of thousands earlier, positive case rate at 7% overall and that is down also. Mortality rate at 2.0% from 6.5% in May.

Graph of hospitalizations:
View attachment 420988
Hospital stays down to average of 5 days from 3 weeks in March......critical case rate at .46% from 10% in May.....testing over 2 million a day from hundreds of thousands earlier, positive case rate at 7% overall and that is down also. Mortality rate at 2.0% from 6.5% in May.
The only surge is proirtinally increasing positives as to increased testing.
140,000 positives from 2 million test is EXACTLT the same thing as 70,000 positives from 1 million or 35,000 from 500,000.
Emotionally and mentally undeveloped lockdowners see the big number if 140,000 and incorrectly feel that some huge uptick is occurring when it’s all just proportional
When we had 1 million tests back in early September we had 25,906 positive new cases, now with 2 million tests we have 162,822 new positive cases, clearly new positive cases are growing a lot faster than testing!!!!!
And your point here is what the news thrives on...a single statistic along with those who test positive that go to the hospital for a few days then home to recover. Create your own storyline by NOT giving the complete picture and scaring people into submission.
 

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The critical nature of the virus has been declining for a while now, the stats prove that,
Link to that "data."
Its all on Worldmeters......more cases adds to the denominator and with fewer deaths or critical cases to place on the numerator, both critical case rate and mortality rates drop.....which they do every day.
 

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Looks like another single digit day on positives
Worldometer reports +113,747 new cases so far today, and the day is still young!
..and 835 deaths which is a mortality rate of .07% and why the mortality rate is dropping every day along with the critical case rate.
Worldometer reports 3%.
CLOSED CASES
8,455,688

Cases which had an outcome:

8,181,759 (97%) Recovered / Discharged

273,929 (3%) Deaths
You divide deaths into total cases to get mortality rate and its 2% for the US not 3%. New cases and deaths are reported immediately, recovered cases lag weeks behind so you can't use those for a pure mortality rate.
You just make up numbers with no links.
Here is the vaunted worldometer link:
CLOSED CASES
8,455,688

Cases which had an outcome:

8,181,759 (97%) Recovered / Discharged

273,929 (3%) Deaths
Same numbers I quoted doofus, but using the simplest calculation for mortality rate available.....so no affecting the actual numbers by delayed reporting of recovered comes into play. The mortality rate has dropped steadily over time.....6.5% to 2.0% over the past 4-5 months.
No you claimed a .07% rate first and a 2% rate after I corrected you citing worldometer's 3% rate.
 

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Looks like another single digit day on positives
Worldometer reports +113,747 new cases so far today, and the day is still young!
..and 835 deaths which is a mortality rate of .07% and why the mortality rate is dropping every day along with the critical case rate.
Worldometer reports 3%.
CLOSED CASES
8,455,688

Cases which had an outcome:

8,181,759 (97%) Recovered / Discharged

273,929 (3%) Deaths
You divide deaths into total cases to get mortality rate and its 2% for the US not 3%. New cases and deaths are reported immediately, recovered cases lag weeks behind so you can't use those for a pure mortality rate.
You just make up numbers with no links.
Here is the vaunted worldometer link:
CLOSED CASES
8,455,688

Cases which had an outcome:

8,181,759 (97%) Recovered / Discharged

273,929 (3%) Deaths
Same numbers I quoted doofus, but using the simplest calculation for mortality rate available.....so no affecting the actual numbers by delayed reporting of recovered comes into play. The mortality rate has dropped steadily over time.....6.5% to 2.0% over the past 4-5 months.
No you claimed a .07% rate first and a 2% rate after I corrected you citing worldometer's 3% rate.
Try to keep up....TODAY's rate is .07%....the cumulative is 2.0% because you cannot factor is recovered cases as they lag too far behind. Following the simple calculation over time is the true indicator and it has been dropping steadily every day no matter what the news says.
 

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Look at Worldmeters each day for the next 2 weeks.....divide total deaths into total cases and see what the number is at the beginning of the 2 weeks, then at the end....if 2 weeks isn't enough for you do 3 weeks or a month. It will become lower and lower as it has for the last 4-5 months.
 

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Yes, there is a surge.
Yes, there is a surge.

Graph of hospitalizations:
View attachment 420988
Hospital stays down to average of 5 days from 3 weeks in March......critical case rate at .46% from 10% in May.....testing over 2 million a day from hundreds of thousands earlier, positive case rate at 7% overall and that is down also. Mortality rate at 2.0% from 6.5% in May.

Graph of hospitalizations:
View attachment 420988
Hospital stays down to average of 5 days from 3 weeks in March......critical case rate at .46% from 10% in May.....testing over 2 million a day from hundreds of thousands earlier, positive case rate at 7% overall and that is down also. Mortality rate at 2.0% from 6.5% in May.
The only surge is proirtinally increasing positives as to increased testing.
140,000 positives from 2 million test is EXACTLT the same thing as 70,000 positives from 1 million or 35,000 from 500,000.
Emotionally and mentally undeveloped lockdowners see the big number if 140,000 and incorrectly feel that some huge uptick is occurring when it’s all just proportional
When we had 1 million tests back in early September we had 25,906 positive new cases, now with 2 million tests we have 162,822 new positive cases, clearly new positive cases are growing a lot faster than testing!!!!!
And your point here is what the news thrives on...a single statistic along with those who test positive that go to the hospital for a few days then home to recover. Create your own storyline by NOT giving the complete picture and scaring people into submission.
No the point is not that cases are rising dramatically because testing increases slightly, but that cases are rising much much faster than testing!!!! but you knew that already!
 

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Yes, there is a surge.
Yes, there is a surge.

Graph of hospitalizations:
View attachment 420988
Hospital stays down to average of 5 days from 3 weeks in March......critical case rate at .46% from 10% in May.....testing over 2 million a day from hundreds of thousands earlier, positive case rate at 7% overall and that is down also. Mortality rate at 2.0% from 6.5% in May.

Graph of hospitalizations:
View attachment 420988
Hospital stays down to average of 5 days from 3 weeks in March......critical case rate at .46% from 10% in May.....testing over 2 million a day from hundreds of thousands earlier, positive case rate at 7% overall and that is down also. Mortality rate at 2.0% from 6.5% in May.
The only surge is proirtinally increasing positives as to increased testing.
140,000 positives from 2 million test is EXACTLT the same thing as 70,000 positives from 1 million or 35,000 from 500,000.
Emotionally and mentally undeveloped lockdowners see the big number if 140,000 and incorrectly feel that some huge uptick is occurring when it’s all just proportional
When we had 1 million tests back in early September we had 25,906 positive new cases, now with 2 million tests we have 162,822 new positive cases, clearly new positive cases are growing a lot faster than testing!!!!!
And your point here is what the news thrives on...a single statistic along with those who test positive that go to the hospital for a few days then home to recover. Create your own storyline by NOT giving the complete picture and scaring people into submission.
No the point is not that cases are rising dramatically because testing increases slightly, but that cases are rising much much faster than testing!!!! but you knew that already!
And again, so what if they are? If you measured everyone who caught a cold or the flu, you would have significant numbers of positive cases but few serious ones and deaths.....same pattern here.
 

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Looks like another single digit day on positives
Worldometer reports +113,747 new cases so far today, and the day is still young!
..and 835 deaths which is a mortality rate of .07% and why the mortality rate is dropping every day along with the critical case rate.
Worldometer reports 3%.
CLOSED CASES
8,455,688

Cases which had an outcome:

8,181,759 (97%) Recovered / Discharged

273,929 (3%) Deaths
You divide deaths into total cases to get mortality rate and its 2% for the US not 3%. New cases and deaths are reported immediately, recovered cases lag weeks behind so you can't use those for a pure mortality rate.
You just make up numbers with no links.
Here is the vaunted worldometer link:
CLOSED CASES
8,455,688

Cases which had an outcome:

8,181,759 (97%) Recovered / Discharged

273,929 (3%) Deaths
Same numbers I quoted doofus, but using the simplest calculation for mortality rate available.....so no affecting the actual numbers by delayed reporting of recovered comes into play. The mortality rate has dropped steadily over time.....6.5% to 2.0% over the past 4-5 months.
No you claimed a .07% rate first and a 2% rate after I corrected you citing worldometer's 3% rate.
Try to keep up....TODAY's rate is .07%....the cumulative is 2.0% because you cannot factor is recovered cases as they lag too far behind. Following the simple calculation over time is the true indicator and it has been dropping steadily every day no matter what the news says.
Today's rate is 3%, not .07% or 2% according to worldometer which you keep referring to, and THEY do the calculation!
 

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Looks like another single digit day on positives
Worldometer reports +113,747 new cases so far today, and the day is still young!
..and 835 deaths which is a mortality rate of .07% and why the mortality rate is dropping every day along with the critical case rate.
Worldometer reports 3%.
CLOSED CASES
8,455,688

Cases which had an outcome:

8,181,759 (97%) Recovered / Discharged

273,929 (3%) Deaths
You divide deaths into total cases to get mortality rate and its 2% for the US not 3%. New cases and deaths are reported immediately, recovered cases lag weeks behind so you can't use those for a pure mortality rate.
You just make up numbers with no links.
Here is the vaunted worldometer link:
CLOSED CASES
8,455,688

Cases which had an outcome:

8,181,759 (97%) Recovered / Discharged

273,929 (3%) Deaths
Same numbers I quoted doofus, but using the simplest calculation for mortality rate available.....so no affecting the actual numbers by delayed reporting of recovered comes into play. The mortality rate has dropped steadily over time.....6.5% to 2.0% over the past 4-5 months.
No you claimed a .07% rate first and a 2% rate after I corrected you citing worldometer's 3% rate.
Try to keep up....TODAY's rate is .07%....the cumulative is 2.0% because you cannot factor is recovered cases as they lag too far behind. Following the simple calculation over time is the true indicator and it has been dropping steadily every day no matter what the news says.
Today's rate is 3%, not .07% or 2% according to worldometer which you keep referring to, and THEY do the calculation!
Believe whatever you want, use whatever numbers make you feel comfortable then, but whichever you use it continues to decline. Nothing can be simpler or a more accurate reflection of mortality rate than total deaths divided by total cases but you lefties would argue with anyone who refutes your World is Ending storyline. It simply isn't nearly as bad as you made it up to be.
 

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Yes, there is a surge.
Yes, there is a surge.

Graph of hospitalizations:
View attachment 420988
Hospital stays down to average of 5 days from 3 weeks in March......critical case rate at .46% from 10% in May.....testing over 2 million a day from hundreds of thousands earlier, positive case rate at 7% overall and that is down also. Mortality rate at 2.0% from 6.5% in May.

Graph of hospitalizations:
View attachment 420988
Hospital stays down to average of 5 days from 3 weeks in March......critical case rate at .46% from 10% in May.....testing over 2 million a day from hundreds of thousands earlier, positive case rate at 7% overall and that is down also. Mortality rate at 2.0% from 6.5% in May.
The only surge is proirtinally increasing positives as to increased testing.
140,000 positives from 2 million test is EXACTLT the same thing as 70,000 positives from 1 million or 35,000 from 500,000.
Emotionally and mentally undeveloped lockdowners see the big number if 140,000 and incorrectly feel that some huge uptick is occurring when it’s all just proportional
When we had 1 million tests back in early September we had 25,906 positive new cases, now with 2 million tests we have 162,822 new positive cases, clearly new positive cases are growing a lot faster than testing!!!!!
And your point here is what the news thrives on...a single statistic along with those who test positive that go to the hospital for a few days then home to recover. Create your own storyline by NOT giving the complete picture and scaring people into submission.
No the point is not that cases are rising dramatically because testing increases slightly, but that cases are rising much much faster than testing!!!! but you knew that already!
And again, so what if they are? If you measured everyone who caught a cold or the flu, you would have significant numbers of positive cases but few serious ones and deaths.....same pattern here.
So what if they are? Obviously it is more than a "so what" or you would not have been deliberately misrepresenting the increase in positive cases as nothing more than an increase in testing, that is SO WHAT!
 

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Yes, there is a surge.
Yes, there is a surge.

Graph of hospitalizations:
View attachment 420988
Hospital stays down to average of 5 days from 3 weeks in March......critical case rate at .46% from 10% in May.....testing over 2 million a day from hundreds of thousands earlier, positive case rate at 7% overall and that is down also. Mortality rate at 2.0% from 6.5% in May.

Graph of hospitalizations:
View attachment 420988
Hospital stays down to average of 5 days from 3 weeks in March......critical case rate at .46% from 10% in May.....testing over 2 million a day from hundreds of thousands earlier, positive case rate at 7% overall and that is down also. Mortality rate at 2.0% from 6.5% in May.
The only surge is proirtinally increasing positives as to increased testing.
140,000 positives from 2 million test is EXACTLT the same thing as 70,000 positives from 1 million or 35,000 from 500,000.
Emotionally and mentally undeveloped lockdowners see the big number if 140,000 and incorrectly feel that some huge uptick is occurring when it’s all just proportional
When we had 1 million tests back in early September we had 25,906 positive new cases, now with 2 million tests we have 162,822 new positive cases, clearly new positive cases are growing a lot faster than testing!!!!!
And your point here is what the news thrives on...a single statistic along with those who test positive that go to the hospital for a few days then home to recover. Create your own storyline by NOT giving the complete picture and scaring people into submission.
No the point is not that cases are rising dramatically because testing increases slightly, but that cases are rising much much faster than testing!!!! but you knew that already!
And again, so what if they are? If you measured everyone who caught a cold or the flu, you would have significant numbers of positive cases but few serious ones and deaths.....same pattern here.
So what if they are? Obviously it is more than a "so what" or you would not have been deliberately misrepresenting the increase in positive cases as nothing more than an increase in testing, that is SO WHAT!
Without the testing you wouldn't know...duuuhhh! And some are antigen tests for people who already had it that goes into the daily case count. Here Poindexter.....divide the new deaths into the active cases from Worldmeters and tell me what you get, we can go with that number.
 

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Nothing can be simpler or a more accurate reflection of mortality rate than total deaths divided by total cases
Actually nothing could be more STUPID!!!!!
That "logic" makes the MORONIC assumption that not one single person in the still active group will die!!!!! :cuckoo:
 
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If we reduced testing to 600,0000 with 42,000 positives 90% of math impaired libs would screech and holler that we are way better off than 2 million tests with 140,000 positives
 

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