The new Corona virus, should we worry?

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MN Covid-19 Update - Wednesday, June 2

data reported by 4:00am the previous day.

today's report includes data for Monday and Tuesday.

Positive Cases 558,244 +114. Including probable cases 601,645.

Positive test rate 1.6%.

Health-Care workers with positive cases 42,668 +4.

Cases no longer needing isolation 591,217 +1,001

Active cases 2,403 -873.

Deaths 7,017 (no change). Including probable deaths 7,427.

Deaths at long-term care and assisted living 4,191 (no change). Including probable cases 4,434.

Patients currently Hospitalized 260 +3. Cumulative 32,090 +31.

Patients currently In ICU 76 -8. Cumulative 6,513 +10.

Total PCR tests processed 9,140,122 +6,983. Including antigen testing 9,964,217.

Number of people tested 4,264,715 +2,298.


Beds in use update:
Monday:
ICU 84 +5
other 173 +3
Total 257 +8

Tuesday:
ICU 76 -8
other 184 +11
Total 260 +3
 

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Given that the virus was sequenced by a Chinese lab on Jan 2 and later released to the world science community Jan 11 (against CCP directive, lab was subsequently shut down) the following emails are extremely interesting. The first email show some of the inner circle concerned about features of the genome that are very unusual and potentially GOF related (now explained away by same). The second tweet email shows the plausible deniability machine springing into action - Fauci was very concerned the leak could be linked to NIH or NIH funding. Everything since was has been vigorous obfuscation. Yes I realize Berenson is a hack but just pay attention to the email. A lot of phone calls went on the month of Feb.



 

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Given that the virus was sequenced by a Chinese lab on Jan 2 and later released to the world science community Jan 11 (against CCP directive, lab was subsequently shut down) the following emails are extremely interesting. The first email show some of the inner circle concerned about features of the genome that are very unusual and potentially GOF related (now explained away by same). The second tweet email shows the plausible deniability machine springing into action - Fauci was very concerned the leak could be linked to NIH or NIH funding. Everything since was has been vigorous obfuscation. Yes I realize Berenson is a hack but just pay attention to the email. A lot of phone calls went on the month of Feb.



Trump administration funded the research Obama blocked.
Priceless incompetence....
 

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Trump administration funded the research Obama blocked.
Priceless incompetence....

The only profession I can think of where leaders take responsibility for the actions of their direct charges and personnel is the military. Fauci and Francis Collins green lighted the GOF research without subjecting it to the vetting process set out by regulation. I wouldn’t expect Trump, Obama, or Biden to know the first thing about this prior to 2020-21.
 





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MN Covid-19 Update - Thursday, June 3rd

data reported as of 4:00am the previous day.

Positive Cases 558,432 +188. Including probable cases 601,881.

Positive test rate 2.3%.

Health-Care workers with probable cases 42,685 +17.

Cases no longer needing isolation 592,091 +276.

Active cases 2,353 -50.

Deaths 7,026 +9. Including probable cases 7,437.

Deaths at long-term care and assisted living 4,195 +4. Including probable cases 4,438.

Patients currently Hospitalized 252 -8. Cumulative 32,148 +58.

Patients currently In ICU 72 -4. Cumulative 6,528 +15.

Total PCR tests processed 9,148,063 +8,127. Including antigen testing 9,973,733.

Number of people tested 4,267,149 +2,434.


(I think the person that gets the 10-millionth test in MN should win a prize.......)
 

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The repeated efforts to downplay the psychological effects of the lockdowns and often baseless mandates is for the most part despicable and disgusting. Congratulations that the pandemic hasn't affected you as much as millions of other Americans
Why does the fact that suicides were down make you so angry?
 



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Why does the fact that suicides were down make you so angry?
This is not the argument you are trying so hard to push through here and you're well aware of that. At least try being honest about the narrative you're trying to push. That's fair enough, don't you think?
 

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You told us that lockdowns would increase suicides.

Doubtful you actually believed it, but you falsely pushed it anyway. In any case, you were wrong.
 

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Why does the fact that suicides were down make you so angry?
Also conveniently omitted from this ridiculous argument regarding mental health impacts is the fact that both the NVSS and NCHS reported significant increases in 2020 in deaths from drug overdoses, otherwise termed "deaths of despair". I know, I know, that doesn't enforce the narrative and we wouldn't want to draw any attention to that
 

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Also conveniently omitted from this ridiculous argument regarding mental health impacts is the fact that both the NVSS and NCHS reported significant increases in 2020 in deaths from drug overdoses, otherwise termed "deaths of despair". I know, I know, that doesn't enforce the narrative and we wouldn't want to draw any attention to that

Due to WOD and fentanyl which is only being pushed because of the WOD. Overdoses have been on an upward trajectory for years, why didn't Trump fix it?
 



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Also conveniently omitted from this ridiculous argument regarding mental health impacts is the fact that both the NVSS and NCHS reported significant increases in 2020 in deaths from drug overdoses, otherwise termed "deaths of despair". I know, I know, that doesn't enforce the narrative and we wouldn't want to draw any attention to that

Why would the confirmation bias seekers on this site want to ignore that drug overdoses increased by 30% in MN in the first half of 2020 compared to 2019?

 

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Why would the confirmation bias seekers on this site want to ignore that drug overdoses increased by 30% in MN in the first half of 2020 compared to 2019?

Prove its covid.
I honestly don't care, I blame everyone who supports the wod for every overdose. I would execute them.
 

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Why would the confirmation bias seekers on this site want to ignore that drug overdoses increased by 30% in MN in the first half of 2020 compared to 2019?

We were told suicides would be up. They're not, they're down. Drug overdoses, alcohol-related deaths, and suicides have been trending upward for years, but suicides decreased in 2020. It makes the search for a cause a little more complicated.
 

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(who got the 10-millionth covid test in MN? Inquiring minds want to know.....)

MN Covid-19 Update - Friday, June 4.

data reported by 4:00am the previous day.

Positive cases 558,635 +200. Including probable cases 602,134.

Positive test rate 0.9%.

Health-care workers with positive cases 42,705 +20.

Cases no longer needing isolation 592,294 +202.

Active Cases 2,395 +42.

Deaths 7,034 +8. Including probable deaths 7,445.

Deaths at long-term care and assisted living 4,196 +1. Including probable cases 4,439.

patients currently Hospitalized 252(no change). Cumulative 32,189 +41.

Patients currently In ICU 66 -6. Cumulative 6,535 +7.

Total PCR tests processed 9,170,212 +22,215. Including antigen testing 10,000,117.

Number of people tested 4,276,549 +9,400.

 

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42 positive cases but 8 deaths.
I wish we could hear about who exactly is dying.
 

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42 positive cases but 8 deaths.
I wish we could hear about who exactly is dying.
County of residenceAge groupNumber of newly reported deaths
Anoka35-39 years1
Beltrami75-79 years1
Cottonwood75-79 years1
Hennepin75-79 years1
Nicollet75-79 years1
Nobles85-89 years1
Rice40-44 years1
Wright65-69 years1

7 deaths at a private residence. 1 at a long-term care or assisted living facility.

BTW - this is posted daily on the MN Dept of Health Covid Situation report.
 


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County of residenceAge groupNumber of newly reported deaths
Anoka35-39 years1
Beltrami75-79 years1
Cottonwood75-79 years1
Hennepin75-79 years1
Nicollet75-79 years1
Nobles85-89 years1
Rice40-44 years1
Wright65-69 years1

7 deaths at a private residence. 1 at a long-term care or assisted living facility.

BTW - this is posted daily on the MN Dept of Health Covid Situation report.
FYI - Wally wasn’t actually interested in the details.
 


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County of residenceAge groupNumber of newly reported deaths
Anoka35-39 years1
Beltrami75-79 years1
Cottonwood75-79 years1
Hennepin75-79 years1
Nicollet75-79 years1
Nobles85-89 years1
Rice40-44 years1
Wright65-69 years1

7 deaths at a private residence. 1 at a long-term care or assisted living facility.

BTW - this is posted daily on the MN Dept of Health Covid Situation report.

I heard they were all unvaccinated..
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I think its time to start addressing the neurosis that the Democrats and Democrat health officials have now developed in the American public, especially among the Democrat public.

As seen previously, there is a substantial partisan divide on the advice question, with 87% of Republicans versus 64% of independents and 29% of Democrats recommending people should strive to lead their normal lives. Conversely, 71% of Democrats believe people should stay home as much as possible, although this is down from 85% in April.

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I think its time to start addressing the neurosis that the Democrats and Democrat health officials have now developed in the American public, especially among the Democrat public.

As seen previously, there is a substantial partisan divide on the advice question, with 87% of Republicans versus 64% of independents and 29% of Democrats recommending people should strive to lead their normal lives. Conversely, 71% of Democrats believe people should stay home as much as possible, although this is down from 85% in April.

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That's exactly what the democrats want.
 


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By addressing, I mean getting over it.
Address what?
Aren't all restrictions lifted?

Everything seems good, Covid is over for everyone except the idiots. Only unvaccinated dying, nature is taking it's course, beautiful....



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MN Covid-19 Update - Saturday, June 5

data reported by 4:00am the previous day.

Positive Cases 558,886 +259. Including probable cases 602,428.

Positive test rate 1.7%.

Health-care workers with positive cases 42,721 +16.

Cases no longer needing isolation 592,789 +495.

Active Cases 2,178 -217.

Deaths 7,049 +15. Including probable deaths 7,461.

Deaths at long-term care and assisted living 4,198 +2.

Total patients hospitalized-cumulative 32,208 +17.

Total patients in ICU-cumulative 6,541 +6.

Total PCR tests processed 9,184,767 +14,808. Including antigen testing 10,018,603.

Number of people tested 4,285,742 +9,193.

 

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MN Covid-19 Update - Sunday, June 6

data reported by 4:00am the previous day.

Positive cases 559,104 +222. Including probable cases 602,686.

Positive test rate 1.3%.

Health-Care workers with positive cases 42,742 +21.

Cases no longer needing isolation 593,183 +394.

Active cases 2,038 -140.

Deaths 7,052 +3. Including probable deaths 7,465.

Deaths at long-term care and assisted living 4,199 +1. Including probable cases 4,442.

Total patients hospitalized-cumulative 32,229 +21.

Total patients in ICU-cumulative 6,547 +6.

Total PCR tests processed 9,201,066 +16,574. Including antigen testing 10,037,896.

Number of people tested 4,296,765 +11,023.

 




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