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QuoteMore than 80% of patients have mild disease and will recover, 14% have severe disease including pneumonia and shortness of breath, 5% have critical disease including respiratory failure, septic shock and multi-organ failure, and 2% of cases are fatal," Tedros said in Geneva. "The risk of death increases the older you are.
Quote...im globalen Dorf grassiert das Coronafieber. Und die Dorfbewohner - angeführt von ihren Leitmedien - nähern sich kollektiv dem Gemütszustand einer milden Winterpanik. Menschliche Sensationsgier und mediale Übertreibungslust haben mit vereinten Kräften eine Psychose herbeigeführt, gegen die das Gegengift der Aufklärung derzeit keine Chancen hat. Die Zahl der Corona-Live-Ticker auf den Online-Portalen übertrifft deutlich die Zahl der Verdachtsfälle. Die Vernunft steht weltweit unter Quarantäne.
QuotePublic health officials in Toronto have confirmed its first 50,000 cases of being a misinformed fuckwit as xenophobic conspiracy theories and tales of false cures continue to spread across social media.
QuotePatients are usually asymptomatic (for stupidity) until they open their mouths or start tweeting.
QuoteOur epidemiologists are working hard to identify idiot zero, but there might be more sporadic outbreaks of coronavirus-related imbecility," added Dr. Smith.Meanwhile, health officials are dreading teaching the population a complicated prevention technique: washing your hands.
Quote from: word_on_a_wing on March 08, 2020, 14:30:25Here's a fight that took place in an Australian supermarket... about toilet paper 🙄
Quote from: dsanchez on March 08, 2020, 14:58:11stupid people everywhere...
Quote from: Ulrich on March 09, 2020, 09:17:12I mean it's still late summer (early autumn) there? Because they say in Europe, with spring coming and the sun and UV rays intensifying, the hope is that the virus won't spread that easily any more.
QuoteThe flu season in the U.S. can begin as early as October, but usually does not get into full swing until December. The season generally reaches its peak in February and ends in March (2). In the southern hemisphere, however, where winter comes during our summer months, the flu season falls between June and September. In other words, wherever there is winter, there is flu (3). In fact, even its name, "influenza" may be a reference to its original Italian name, influenza di freddo, meaning "influence of the cold" (4).
Quote from: Ulrich on March 09, 2020, 09:17:12How many cases does Australia have anyway?I mean it's still late summer (early autumn) there?