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    Coronavirus scare?

    I don't know about you but there's no way in hell I'm going to an AMP or seeing an indie in the midst of this virus. STAY HOME

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    Cool

    The older folk should definitely stay home... or immunocompromised... Im not so worried

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kamikaze View Post
    The older folk should definitely stay home... or immunocompromised... I’m not so worried
    But if you get it, you could pass it on to an elderly person or immunocompromised person, without you knowing that you have it, and result on their death

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    If the elderly people are at home quarantined like they’re supposed to be... how do I pass it to them exactly? Don’t hang with any old folk myself ����... loved ones should be their taking care of them... the ones with strong immune systems can live our life like normal... all the others need to stay inside... I’m personally not afraid of a little flu considering mortality rates are so low...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kamikaze View Post
    If the elderly people are at home quarantined like they’re supposed to be... how do I pass it to them exactly? Don’t hang with any old folk myself ����... loved ones should be their taking care of them... the ones with strong immune systems can live our life like normal... all the others need to stay inside... I’m personally not afraid of a little flu considering mortality rates are so low...
    So you catch COVID-19, pass it on to 400 other people because you just don't care, 1 out of the 400 works at a senior home and cause an outbreak there, and kills 10. Good job sir, and we aren't even counting the other 399 that will pass it onto more people.

    By the way, according to latest CDC study, 40% of people sick enough to require hospitalization was 20 to 54 years old. The mortality rate is lower than older people, but it still can make you very sick and some will die. The fatality rate is still much higher than seasonal flu for young adults.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kamikaze View Post
    If the elderly people are at home quarantined like they’re supposed to be... how do I pass it to them exactly? Don’t hang with any old folk myself ����... loved ones should be their taking care of them... the ones with strong immune systems can live our life like normal... all the others need to stay inside... I’m personally not afraid of a little flu considering mortality rates are so low...
    March 13 Canada
    138 Cases
    1 Death

    US
    1215 Cases
    36 Deaths

    March 16 Canada
    351 Cases
    1 Death
    8 Recovered

    US
    3752 Cases
    68 Deaths
    73 Recovered

    March 19 Canada
    727 Cases
    9 Deaths
    12 Recovered

    US
    9464 Cases
    155 Deaths
    108 Recovered

    Globally
    March 13. 8PM.
    137 674 cases
    5080 Deaths
    70 437 Recovered .

    March 16 630 AM
    174 134 cases
    6684 Deaths
    77 865 Recovered

    March 17 , 2 AM
    183 309 Cases
    7177 Deaths
    79 905 Recovered

    March 19, 2 AM
    220 229 Cases
    8981 Deaths
    8569 Recovered

    Look at the numbers increase since Friday.
    Globally the mortality rate is at 4 percent right now.
    To give you an idea . 2017-2018 flu season
    45 Million Infected
    291000 to 646000 Deaths
    1 to 1 1/2 percent mortality rate.
    Numbers are from CDC.



    In Italy where it's getting hit hard.
    1 in 4 infected are between the ages of 19-50
    Thats 24 percent infected are 19-50.
    With a mortality rate of 8 percent .Now it has to be
    said that mortality rate is a bit skewed.
    They have examined medical records of about 18% of the country’s coronavirus fatalities, finding that just three victims, or 0.8% of the total, had no previous pathology. Almost half of the victims suffered from at least three prior illnesses and about a fourth had either one or two previous conditions.
    More than 75% had high blood pressure, about 35% had diabetes and a third suffered from heart disease.
    But I think you get my point
    No this is def not a little flu. It's killing off
    and infecting young and the old.
    Last edited by Reference3A; 03-19-2020 at 04:04 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kamikaze View Post
    If the elderly people are at home quarantined like they’re supposed to be... how do I pass it to them exactly? Don’t hang with any old folk myself ����... loved ones should be their taking care of them... the ones with strong immune systems can live our life like normal... all the others need to stay inside... I’m personally not afraid of a little flu considering mortality rates are so low...
    Let's just say these elderly have children who bring them supplies. Those children or those supplies could have been contaminated.
    Similar to my business now, I must limit contact so I don't cross contaminate anyone.
    All those strong immune system people are just carriers to those who don't have strong immune systems

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    I just find this very ironic

    kamikaze
    /ˌkməˈkzē/

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    noun: kamikaze; plural noun: kamikazes

    (in World War II) a Japanese aircraft loaded with explosives and making a deliberate suicidal crash on an enemy target.

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    It’s also French for “stupid idiot”
    Quote Originally Posted by LM987 View Post
    I just find this very ironic

    kamikaze
    /ˌkməˈkzē/

    See definitions in:
    all
    air force
    second world war
    noun
    noun: kamikaze; plural noun: kamikazes

    (in World War II) a Japanese aircraft loaded with explosives and making a deliberate suicidal crash on an enemy target.

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    Let be smart here. This shit is real. Put your dick away for a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kamikaze View Post
    If the elderly people are at home quarantined like they’re supposed to be... how do I pass it to them exactly? Don’t hang with any old folk myself ����... loved ones should be their taking care of them... the ones with strong immune systems can live our life like normal... all the others need to stay inside... I’m personally not afraid of a little flu considering mortality rates are so low...
    I really hope you’re just being a troll and are not as ignorant as this remark makes you out to be?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kamikaze View Post
    If the elderly people are at home quarantined like they’re supposed to be... how do I pass it to them exactly? Don’t hang with any old folk myself ����... loved ones should be their taking care of them... the ones with strong immune systems can live our life like normal... all the others need to stay inside... I’m personally not afraid of a little flu considering mortality rates are so low...
    Go get a case of it then and let everybody know how it works out.

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    Kamikaze banned....good move Mods, thanks!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kamikaze View Post
    If the elderly people are at home quarantined like they’re supposed to be... how do I pass it to them exactly? Don’t hang with any old folk myself ����... loved ones should be their taking care of them... the ones with strong immune systems can live our life like normal... all the others need to stay inside... I’m personally not afraid of a little flu considering mortality rates are so low...
    I've been spending alot of time the past few days reading through journal articles. I'm keeping an eye on the news, but I'm much more focused on the actual research data. Apparently a subgroup of Covid-19 patients, some of the ones with severe life threatening cases, seem to be dying from a cytokine storm reaction.

    A cytokine storm happens when your immune system reacts in an overly aggressive manner to an invader, causing severe organ damage in the process.

    A strong immune system response isn't always a good thing. I don't think anyone can "live life like normal" anymore. At the same time, I don't think this situation will blow over any time soon.

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    We cant even grocery shop "like normal" anymore...

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