‘This is Unstoppable’: America's Midwest Braces Itself For a Covid-19 Surge

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It is stoppable but only if people follow science instead of stupidity.

So far most of the governors in the midwest have followed stupidity. They have a very good example of what to do to stop it from New York and many European nations yet they chose to ignore science and stupidly followed trump.

Now, they are bracing for a surge. None of it had to happen, they could have followed CDC guidelines and science.

It's a shame because all of it is preventable.

 

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Yep....we were insulated from it for awhile until the idiotic tourists(we should have kept them away) brought it. Now we are getting a considerable amount of growing cases such that businesses and restaurants are electing to close themselves down.
 

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It is stoppable but only if people follow science instead of stupidity.

So far most of the governors in the midwest have followed stupidity. They have a very good example of what to do to stop it from New York and many European nations yet they chose to ignore science and stupidly followed trump.

Now, they are bracing for a surge. None of it had to happen, they could have followed CDC guidelines and science.

It's a shame because all of it is preventable.

Or it's been weaponized where as your point about "none of this had to happen" would be right on cue.
 

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It is stoppable but only if people follow science instead of stupidity.

So far most of the governors in the midwest have followed stupidity. They have a very good example of what to do to stop it from New York and many European nations yet they chose to ignore science and stupidly followed trump.

Now, they are bracing for a surge. None of it had to happen, they could have followed CDC guidelines and science.

It's a shame because all of it is preventable.

Kansas actually has a slight decline going on in 15 counties. The rest of the state is still.going up.

The difference? There were 15 counties that didn't overturn the governor's mask order. The other 90 did.
 

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It is stoppable but only if people follow science instead of stupidity.

So far most of the governors in the midwest have followed stupidity. They have a very good example of what to do to stop it from New York and many European nations yet they chose to ignore science and stupidly followed trump.

Now, they are bracing for a surge. None of it had to happen, they could have followed CDC guidelines and science.

It's a shame because all of it is preventable.

Kansas actually has a slight decline going on in 15 counties. The rest of the state is still.going up.

The difference? There were 15 counties that didn't overturn the governor's mask order. The other 90 did.
Fauci said mask didn't work. He's a leading epidemiologist or then again maybe he's not. An operative maybe ? Maybe...
 

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It is stoppable but only if people follow science instead of stupidity.

So far most of the governors in the midwest have followed stupidity. They have a very good example of what to do to stop it from New York and many European nations yet they chose to ignore science and stupidly followed trump.

Now, they are bracing for a surge. None of it had to happen, they could have followed CDC guidelines and science.

It's a shame because all of it is preventable.

The comments coming out of the scientific community are.... not good. When you piece them all together, it is clear they feel that there is now just too much of the virus in the community, and slowing down transmission even just a tiny but may be the only thing we can accomplish, at this point.

Not good.
 

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It is stoppable but only if people follow science instead of stupidity.

So far most of the governors in the midwest have followed stupidity. They have a very good example of what to do to stop it from New York and many European nations yet they chose to ignore science and stupidly followed trump.

Now, they are bracing for a surge. None of it had to happen, they could have followed CDC guidelines and science.

It's a shame because all of it is preventable.

Kansas actually has a slight decline going on in 15 counties. The rest of the state is still.going up.

The difference? There were 15 counties that didn't overturn the governor's mask order. The other 90 did.
Fauci said mask didn't work. He's a leading epidemiologist or then again maybe he's not. An operative maybe ? Maybe...
Been explained to you a hundred times or more.

Get over it.
 

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It is stoppable but only if people follow science instead of stupidity.

So far most of the governors in the midwest have followed stupidity. They have a very good example of what to do to stop it from New York and many European nations yet they chose to ignore science and stupidly followed trump.

Now, they are bracing for a surge. None of it had to happen, they could have followed CDC guidelines and science.

It's a shame because all of it is preventable.

A stupid article from a propaganda rag. Public health measures like social distancing, wearing masks and closing down businesses and schools can slow down the spread of the virus, but they cannot stop it. What we, meaning everyone but Democrats, have learned here in the US and in Europe is that no matter how much these measures slow down the spread of th virus, once the economy is opened up again, there will be an increase in infections and the states will all go broke unless they begin to open the economy.

It will be at least a year before 70% of the population, the CDC threshold, has been vaccinated and the vaccination may only be 50% effective, so this issue of how much the economy can be opened up to prevent the collapse of our economy will be with us for years to come.
 
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It is stoppable but only if people follow science instead of stupidity.

So far most of the governors in the midwest have followed stupidity. They have a very good example of what to do to stop it from New York and many European nations yet they chose to ignore science and stupidly followed trump.

Now, they are bracing for a surge. None of it had to happen, they could have followed CDC guidelines and science.

It's a shame because all of it is preventable.

You have been screaming so loud and for so long that no one can make out what you are saying.
 

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It is stoppable but only if people follow science instead of stupidity.
No, it's not stoppable. Every single virus we have ever encountered still exists and will continue to exist until the end of time. You're talking absolute nonsense.

The only effective defense against a virus is herd immunity - and in order to have that people have to be infected. Over 99% of people who are infected will be just fine. Stop your fucking whining.
 

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It is stoppable but only if people follow science instead of stupidity.

So far most of the governors in the midwest have followed stupidity. They have a very good example of what to do to stop it from New York and many European nations yet they chose to ignore science and stupidly followed trump.

Now, they are bracing for a surge. None of it had to happen, they could have followed CDC guidelines and science.

It's a shame because all of it is preventable.

Kansas actually has a slight decline going on in 15 counties. The rest of the state is still.going up.

The difference? There were 15 counties that didn't overturn the governor's mask order. The other 90 did.
Japans cases are thru the roof with total masking............oooooops
 

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It is stoppable but only if people follow science instead of stupidity.

So far most of the governors in the midwest have followed stupidity. They have a very good example of what to do to stop it from New York and many European nations yet they chose to ignore science and stupidly followed trump.

Now, they are bracing for a surge. None of it had to happen, they could have followed CDC guidelines and science.

It's a shame because all of it is preventable.

Kansas actually has a slight decline going on in 15 counties. The rest of the state is still.going up.

The difference? There were 15 counties that didn't overturn the governor's mask order. The other 90 did.
Japans cases are thru the roof with total masking............oooooops
They have 46,000 cases in the whole country. We have over five million.

You need a new adjective.
 

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It is stoppable but only if people follow science instead of stupidity.

So far most of the governors in the midwest have followed stupidity. They have a very good example of what to do to stop it from New York and many European nations yet they chose to ignore science and stupidly followed trump.

Now, they are bracing for a surge. None of it had to happen, they could have followed CDC guidelines and science.

It's a shame because all of it is preventable.

Like NY? :laughing0301:
So the Midwest should start putting covid patients in nursing homes?
You have to be one of the stupidest MF's on this board!!
You dumbfucks in the northeast make up for the majority of covid deaths in the US and we should follow your lead?:cuckoo:
 

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