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Maybe it’s time to dial back
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Posted By: Pluperfect, 3/8/2020 5:40:01 AM

After a week of covering the Wuhan coronavirus as both as a pundit and a biosafety professional, I have come to the conclusion that maybe it is time to dial back the drama associated with the pathogen. Let’s begin by starting with some perspective. The current flu season has hit 32 million Americans, resulting in 18,000 deaths, and the vaccine that was selected for the flu season was limited in its effectiveness. Yet, we are not doing a daily flu death countdown. Understandably, COVID-19 is a new pathogen. However, American bioscientists and medical professionals have focused on it with impressive intensity. It is from a family

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Reply 1 - Posted by: DCGIRL 3/8/2020 7:17:51 AM (No. 340100)
Went to Walmart yesterday to purchase some cleaning products......well all the clorox products are GONE. This is crazy!!!! These people are nuts. I wondered how many people are actually hoarding this stuff.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: franq 3/8/2020 7:22:37 AM (No. 340105)
The MSM won't quit until there is a financial collapse similar to the one that occurred near the end of W's second term. Pray for Divine intervention.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: StormCnter 3/8/2020 7:24:27 AM (No. 340107)
Son-in-law was telling us the same thing yesterday. He and daughter are in the Austin area. HEB was limiting hand sanitizer to one per customer, telling SIL that they had ordered 30 cases and received only 3.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Sorosisbehindit 3/8/2020 7:50:34 AM (No. 340120)
If we had a weekly report every year of flu deaths, it would end public school as we know it. Those of us over 65 need to be more concerned than young families, and we are also more able to stay home while this passes into the warmth of summer. This is completely media and democrat driven. (that was redundant) Their goal is to hit Trump's strong hand going into the election..... the economy.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Bur Oak 3/8/2020 7:50:36 AM (No. 340121)
The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary. H L Mencken
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Reply 6 - Posted by: JL80863 3/8/2020 7:58:47 AM (No. 340125)
Before the "professionals" weighing on what we mere mortals should be thinking, lets have some solid information on the morbidity and mortality of the disease. The numbers keep changing. Is there more than one strain? Is community spread underway? Do you pros have a valid R naught number? That's a pretty important number. If the pros are accepting at face value what the Chinese are telling us perhaps someone needs to take a very hard look at the data. We keep hearing about the current flu season and the pros making number comparisons when the disease potential of the coronavirus isn't well understood. I remain very skeptical about these predictions at this point in the game.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: udanja99 3/8/2020 8:17:24 AM (No. 340137)
81 people in the US have died of this virus, mostly the elderly in nursing homes. Meanwhile, the last count I saw on the flu this season was 20,000 dead with 136 of them being children. Chill out, people!
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Reply 8 - Posted by: hershey 3/8/2020 8:51:15 AM (No. 340154)
It isn't even as bad as a flu season...the only reason for all the 'hype' is the lamestream media and the dumbo craps are trying yet again to short circuit the economy and to bring down the Donald...ain't gonna happen...Russia didn't work, Mueller didn't work, none of their pathetic attempts worked, so now we are getting overloaded with covid tripe...and the sheeple are buying into it and cleaning shelves of sanitizer, Clorox wipes, and toilet paper??? Toilet paper?? Are they expecting another Venezuela??? I didn't realize one of the side effects of covid was Montezumas Revenge...
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Reply 9 - Posted by: lakerman1 3/8/2020 9:02:31 AM (No. 340169)
36,000 Americans die each flu season,from plain old influenza virus. 200 per day! Most of the people who die, are suffering from some other affliction - COPD, or impaired immune systems. and they are, to a large degree, elderly. (Mrs. Lakerman is on Humira, which shuts down her immune system, which puts her, in her 60s, at maximum risk for the new virus.) In late 1975, the Ford Administration was stampeded into drastic actions, because of a predicted epidemic of Swine Flu. The vaccine, rushed through testing, gave Guillan-Barre Syndrome to some who received it. (I knew of one elementary teacher in Upstate New York, who received the vaccine, got sick, paralyzed, and was put on a psychiatric ward for 2 weeks, her paralysis misdiagnosed as hysteria. she died one year later. I have believed that President Ford lost in 1976 because of his unexplained pardon of Richard Nixon, his WIN button (Whip Inflation Now) and the Swine Flu program. I flipped through the channels yesterday, and on MSNBC and CNN, some were saying DJT over-reacted to the Caronobola flu, others said his efforts were an under-reaction. no matter what DJT does, he will be beat up on this.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Urgent Fury 3/8/2020 9:16:24 AM (No. 340180)
The leftards and their media whores would welcome Captain Trips if they thought it would bring down Trump.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: LC Chihuahua 3/8/2020 9:42:57 AM (No. 340206)
Are you scared? You should be! You are on Scare Tactics! The media has turned into the Scare tactics show. Don't be surprised if/when the fear turns into violence. Some sick person will be assaulted when they get too close to someone. Wait for it. The radicals in the Democrat party want fear, violence, and an economic downturn thinking it will help them beat Trump.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: chance_232 3/8/2020 10:19:46 AM (No. 340244)
My own company has gone off the deep end to. No travel....none. If you work in one state and live in another, you are directed to contact HR. No meetings with more than 10 people. Apparently any meeting that includes more than 10 ensures immediate infection, but under 10 and you will be fine. However...…...there are no limitations when it comes to meeting customers or providing service. It's OK to risk infection if the company can make a buck.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: LadyHen 3/8/2020 10:25:53 AM (No. 340246)
I'm not scared but I am cautious. Noone wants to unknowingly pass this nasty virus on to a vulnerable older mom or dad or loved one. And being a healthy midlife person, I could get it and barely notice as it isn't even as bad as the flu for most folks. Common sense precautions and thoughtfulness is our thinking. Our hand washing frequency increased and I am more intentionally through,singing Happy Birthday twice thru. No more shaking hands for now. Those are understandable changes in flu season anyway. We are being more cautious about crowds and monitoring our health more carefully. Our doctor's office sent out a memo on what to do should we be worried about ourselves or loved ones. We did cancel and rebook an upcoming Spring break cruise to a holiday cruise later this year thanks to the cruise industry stepping up and expanding their cancellation policies. They are gonna take a huge financial hit as will the ports so this is a real sacrifice for them. I wish the domestic airlines would get with the program.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: Kate318 3/8/2020 10:28:13 AM (No. 340247)
Ok, tin foil hat time. I don’t believe this was an accidental virus. Furthermore, I think the goal of the release was to measure contagion rates, not to kill people.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Philipsonh 3/8/2020 10:32:15 AM (No. 340249)
Dear Reply # 9 Last year 88,000 in the U.S. died during the flu season from the common flu. The current hysteria is driven by the MSM and the Left to hurt Trump, and in the process, destroy the USA.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Wendybird 3/8/2020 11:20:44 AM (No. 340312)
Using publicly available information and common sense, Rush put this in proper perspective a week or two ago. MSM just needs something to fill up the hours, and the election is just too boring to do it.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Strike3 3/8/2020 11:32:41 AM (No. 340324)
Nah. It's the only cudgel the leftist loons have with which to beat on Donald Trump's head right now is this bad cold bug. They will milk it for all it's worth until the next crisis presents itself. I am one of those hoarders of which you speak, #1, and have been stocking up on food, survival gear, ham radio equipment and, of course, guns and ammunition since the kenyan communist dictator graced us with his brilliance in 2008 and I suggest you should have started weeks ago to avoid the rush.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: Periwinkel 3/8/2020 11:52:04 AM (No. 340341)
Friday afternoon our Meijer's store had shelves completely full of Clorox. Two days later Kentucky has 2 or 3 Coronavirus cases. I'll bet the Clorox is gone today.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Winstonian 3/8/2020 12:33:59 PM (No. 340401)
There’s a vaccine in the works. I wonder how many of these people hoarding supplies will actually get the vaccine. The CDC statistics for flu vaccination coverage of adults, 2010-2018 is less than 50% year to year. “History is for human self-knowledge ... the only clue to what man can do is what man has done. The value of history, then, is that it teaches us what man has done and thus what man is." R. G. Collingwood
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Reply 20 - Posted by: JediJerry 3/8/2020 2:10:10 PM (No. 340470)
Fear and anxiety work quite well in stirring up turmoil and panic in the country. Democrats have mastered the art of never letting a good crisis go to waste. The solution is to draw near to God and know that this too shall pass and to just live your life and take due diligence to protect yourself and everything will be just fine.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: DVC 3/8/2020 2:46:10 PM (No. 340499)
The Chinese flu is my choice for moniker. Way overblown, still thousands of times LESS deaths than the common flu that everyone ignores entirely.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: Rumblehog 3/8/2020 3:16:28 PM (No. 340517)
It should be called the... 1) Commie Flu 2) Peoples' Flu 3) President for Life Flu 4) Universal Healthcare Flu 5) Jump'n Xi Flu 6) Serving the People Flu 7) Winnie the Pooh Flu 8) Wuyanna Flu
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Reply 23 - Posted by: Immanuel Goldstein 3/8/2020 3:47:37 PM (No. 340539)
#14; It might have been a weaponized strain concocted in a lab in China. But I think that the more likely explanation is the total lack of hygiene that exists in China. In Wuhan, they have what are called "wet markets," in which animals of different species are cramped in small cages stacked ten high or more, with blood, urine and feces dropping through the cages to the bottom level, and general filthy conditions that we westerners would never tolerate. It is a breeding ground for diseases, exacerbated by horribly unsanitary food that is passed on to the people. Bat soup, anybody? We shouldn't be surprised that China is a breeding ground for epidemics. We should only be surprised that it hasn't happen more often/
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