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Sweden had 0 deaths yesterday and 8 today.

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9 hours ago, cdsacken said:

When 2 bedroom condos run for 800k plus an $800 monthly hoa fees it's good only for rich people.

 

When people in the 95% (in some cases 97%) income can't afford a condo that's insane.

SF Bay area has always been an expensive place to live.

 

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31 minutes ago, dudalb said:

SF Bay area has always been an expensive place to live.

 

Seattle went up like 20% year over year.

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28 minutes ago, cdsacken said:

Seattle went up like 20% year over year.

I Know, but smeone cited the SF Bay area as being a super expensive place to live, and it has been that way for decades.

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Well, the masks are doing double duty is some situations, they not only offer some protection from COVID, but from tear gas.....

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Posted (edited)

*comes up for air*

 

(it's about the UK)

 

Someone please tell me that this has been debunked/clarified (yes, I read the rest of the Tweet chain).

Edited by Porthos

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11 hours ago, grim22 said:

 

 

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We’ve been comparing the UK and Germany to try to explain the comparatively low fatality rates in Germany. The answers are sometimes counterintuitive. For example, it looks as if the low German fatality rate is not due to their superior testing capacity, but rather to the fact that the average German is less likely to get infected and die than the average Brit. Why? There are various possible explanations, but one that looks increasingly likely is that Germany has more immunological “dark matter” – people who are impervious to infection, perhaps because they are geographically isolated or have some kind of natural resistance.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/may/31/covid-19-expert-karl-friston-germany-may-have-more-immunological-dark-matter

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3 hours ago, Brainbug said:

 

thanos.jpg

 

 

2020 is thanos?

 

 

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On 6/1/2020 at 1:09 PM, a2k said:

India, new cases last 10 days (and daily tests):

8788 (125.4k) Sun, May 31

8335 (127.8k) Sat, May 30

8134 (121.7k) Fri, May 29

7260 (120.0k) Thu, May 28

7271 (116.0k) Wed, May 27

5866 (92.5k) Tue, May 26

6414 (90.2k) Mon, May 25

7111 (108.6k) Sun, May 24

6663 (115.4k) Sat, May 23

6507 (103.5k) Fri, May 22

India, new cases last 10 days (and daily tests):

7725 (100.2k) Mon, Jun 1

8788 (125.4k) Sun, May 31

8335 (127.8k) Sat, May 30

8134 (121.7k) Fri, May 29

7260 (120.0k) Thu, May 28

7271 (116.0k) Wed, May 27

5866 (92.5k) Tue, May 26

6414 (90.2k) Mon, May 25

7111 (108.6k) Sun, May 24

6663 (115.4k) Sat, May 23

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And Step

17 hours ago, Porthos said:

*comes up for air*

 

(it's about the UK)

 

Someone please tell me that this has been debunked/clarified (yes, I read the rest of the Tweet chain).

I would like to know how the hell you are going to enforce that law...

Nothing amazed me more then the way governments will pass laws that common sense tell you cannot be enforced.

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15 minutes ago, dudalb said:

 

I would like to know how the hell you are going to enforce that law...

Nothing amazed me more then the way governments will pass laws that common sense tell you cannot be enforced.

Its been enforced for the last 3 months AKA the 2 meter rule.

 

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But what about Sweden....

 

 

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And there’s a worrying development with Oklahoma State linebacker Amen Ogbongbemiga announcing on social media that he has tested positive for Covid-19 after attending a protest in Tulsa. There are concerns that the widespread protests in the US and elsewhere will reverse attempts to get the coronavirus under control.

Amen Ogbongbemiga(@closedprayer)

After attending a protest in Tulsa AND being well protective of myself, I have tested positive for COVID-19. Please, if you are going to protest, take care of yourself and stay safe.

June 3, 2020

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1 hour ago, DeeCee said:

But what about Sweden....

 

 

US and Brazil are doing great !

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