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^MO, Iowa and Minnesota all passed up Florida in death rate recently despite FL starting lockdown later and releasing sooner. Sort by Deaths/Million MN made an effort with contact tracing in April but infections took off in May. Masks are working for several countries that have mandated them (Austr...
This plandemic video seems to be getting a lot of play lately, not sure what to think of it but it really isn't that bad, its not some far out there conspriracy video, the main person is a virologist. https://www.facebook.com/FollowTheWhiteRabbit1776/videos/173319113942798/?v=173319113942798 Anti-v...
Seems to me that KC is to Coronavirus what STL was to the Spanish Flu. Success stories in keeping total cases and deaths low. In regards to the 10/10/10 plan, it seems like a good start to me. It's a cautious reopening but it really has to be right now. If new cases and deaths continue to fall, res...
- Mon May 04, 2020 9:25 am
- Forum: Kansas City Transportation
- Topic: Phase 2 streetcar to UMKC
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At the same time, we should expect, locally and nationally, a lot of spin about debt and how we just can't afford non-essential luxuries.
Being a curmudgeon, I generally go out at off-peak times. I can think of plenty of places that would seem at normal capacity at 10 customers. Almost all the breweries. Lifted Spirits Distillery. Belfry? Swordfish Tom's SoT Howard's I think this gives places some time to get their protocols in place.
- Tue Apr 28, 2020 11:27 am
- Forum: Forum Announcements & Suggestions
- Topic: Folding @ Home
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When we are at 150k daily, I was hearing that we'd need triple, so round up to 500k per day nationally. Tangentially, I think you need access to enough testing to defeat the perception of shortages so that localitiesorganizations start lowering the threshold to get tested. It seems logical that ever...
I don't think you're a righty, I think you're an investor. I get it. You have to have enough testing to know whether the decision to re-open is working or not. I have been happy to see that the national testing numbers have spiked recently. A good sign. Last 4 days per https://coronavirusbellcurve.c...
No, you imply that masks by themselves would be a solution.
No tests, no solution.
Clay County opening early. https://www.kctv5.com/coronavirus/clay-county-rolls-back-stay-at-home-order/article_3807fb00-84e5-11ea-bd1f-1750b597e25b.html Wonder if that was before Trump came out against Georgia's reopening? https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/donald-trump/trump-reverses-course-says-too-...
Nice. I've been following this for the past month.FangKC wrote: ↑Wed Apr 22, 2020 6:06 pmMARC is tracking COVID cases in the KC Metro.
http://marc-gis.maps.arcgis.com/apps/op ... fad014feae
https://www.reddit.com/r/kansascity/com ... s_tracker/
When capitalism is worse than socialism... "S&P 500 companies spent $7 trillion on buybacks and dividends and “been rewarded’ by coronavirus bailouts, says Social Capital CEO" https://www.marketwatch.com/story/sp-500-companies-spent-7-trillion-on-buybacks-and-dividends-and-been-rewarded-by-coronavi...