U.S. Coronavirus Cases Surpass 55,000 with More Than 800 Deaths

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THE NUMBER OF coronavirus cases and deaths in the U.S. is climbing as Los Angeles reports what could be the first virus related death under the age of 18 in the country.
Health • by Dr.Evil • 84 views •  5 comments • 3 days ago • [report]

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newbie
Still far less than the number of people who die from the Flu annually.

According to WHO, the flu killed over 200,000 people last year and infected uptop 5 million.

This virus affects (ie kills) mostly the elderly and those with weak immune systems.

So the smart question, is why are governments so quick to enact Not-Martial Law, with the media aiding and abetting them?

They've managed to play on everyone sympathy (e.g you could affect grampa) and emotional ties (e.g. stay home with your family and watch Netflix).

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smiley thankfully you are way smarter than most scientists, so you're safe.
smiley your family and elders are covered by your umbrella of denial, so they'll also be quite safe.
smiley fuk netflix... lick doorknobs and defy the CDC and WHO (those stupid scare tactic jerks)
smiley don't believe anything, its all a lie! But, shoot your neighbors if they even look over your fence JIC, fukem.
smiley update your will and power of attorney - don't fuss with funeral planss - the CDC has bulldozers, s'okay.
smiley a pillowcase hood probably works as well as a surgical mask... if not, use a motorcycle helmet.

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@———- smiley thankfully you are way smarter than most scientists, so you're safe.

The information is from WHO, and they are all scientist.

Oops. Sounded smart in your head though.

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WHO is just as corrupt as China they helped China cover up the virus early on.

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newbie
Global deaths 100,000? The CDC reported 80,000 deaths just in the USA of the regular flu for the 2017/2018 flu season! I had no idea until I read the article! :O

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