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  • #31
    Originally posted by ASUPops View Post

    You state the very IGNORANCE I referred to!!!! His "numbers" are NOT "factual". They are something he read on the INTERNET. I get REAL data every 15 minutes, that you or he can not get.

    And WTF are "contevening" numbers?

    And this is VIROLOGY not accounting. "Numbers" are absolutely irrelevant. I apologize to all the CPA's who believe life revolves around accounting. IT DOESN'T. But, it DOES around SCIENCE. And THAT is s fact.

    PLEASE bro, just STOP!!!

    The ignorance is BEYOND humorous at this point.

    My numbers come from your state department of health and human services. They could be lying I suppose. Here are their numbers as of today, July 7, 2020:

    Total staffed hospital beds in Texas: 55,256
    Total number of current COVID-related hospitalizations: 8181
    Percentage of occupied hospital beds that are COVID: 14.8%
    Total reported COVID-positive cases: 200,557
    CDC estimated total COVID cases: 2,005,570 (10X reported)
    Total COVID fatalities to date: 2,655
    Fatality rate of reported COVID cases: 1.3%
    Fatality rate of CDC estimated cases: .13%


    Link:
    https://txdshs.maps.arcgis.com/apps/...01e8b9cafc8b83




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    • #32
      Originally posted by Boohaha View Post

      Pops he threw out real numbers there. Being "on the front lines" you should easily be able to produce contevening numbers.

      Instead you attack his character.

      Its the same ole story with the corona fear porn peddlers either believe what I believe is important and necessary or your a selfish idiot.

      is it 15% or is it more in ICU?

      Address the rest of his case in which he used factual data to present his argument. Dont be lazy. Otherwise your just another voice crying 2 WEEKS JUST WAIT 2 WEEKS AND THE SKY WILL FALL!!

      I've been waiting 2 weeks for months now and all I've seen is people starting to lose houses, businesses, marriages, one little boy in Hobbs NM committed suicide. The ABQ journal published a front page article today talking about all the people that have died from suicide and neglect because of the quarantine.

      Another friend works in lubbick at the childrens hospital has said they are seeing an alarming number of abuse injuries more so thsn normal, and only 2 covid patients, neither symptomatic, one was a infant born to a mom asymptomatic with covid.

      We are not tin foil hat wearing crazies, we are people genuinely concerned that our government is acting more out of a sense of CYA than actual concern for citizens, and they sure as hell aren't caring about letting us live our lives how we want, if we want to take the risk then its OUR CHOICE. And if you think some dude breathing into a cut off t shirt mask all day is going to keep you from getting the covid i have a bridge to sell.

      The longer that guy wears that mask the wetter and more concentrated all his stuff gets on it, then when he sneezes or yells guess what....it just sprays out....trust me I know. I used to wear a nomex hood at work at nights when it was cold, they worked for about an hour, after that they just got wet around the mouth and nose, we would have to take them off and put them on the heater to dry when we came in out of the cold. Those hoods are thicker than those cloth masks or bandanas, or even the disposable masks people are getting now. He's not stopping anything he's just "loading up"
      It’s called cutting off your nose to spite your face. In this case let’s cut off a leg or arm instead. The Government lives in an insulated world and They have the means to sit on their collective duffs and wait it out.

      People in the real world do not have that same luxury. People are existing, crime has went up drastically. Murder rates like have never seen in Southeast Texas. Desperate times for sure with no end in sight. Pops only sees things from his perspective. But, Pops isn’t wearing their shoes. You can see it in the eyes of those who come to the church for food. It’s families with small kids not bums or homeless. We have enough to pass out for about 250 families before we run out.

      We must stop this madness of shutting down businesses and proceed with caution. Life is a risk everyday and you are not guaranteed tomorrow.

      Obviously, the experts are as clueless today as when this crap reached our shores six months ago. I haven’t heard of any solutions. All I hear is go dig a hole make you a bunker get your year supply of dehydrated food and wait until we give you the coast is clear signal.

      If I am wrong, please enlighten me with your solution. The only thing from my perspective that I can see is that the powers at hand do not want hospitals overcrowded. Not so much about your well being.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by Herb Street View Post


        My numbers come from your state department of health and human services. They could be lying I suppose. Here are their numbers as of today, July 7, 2020:

        Total staffed hospital beds in Texas: 55,256
        Total number of current COVID-related hospitalizations: 8181
        Percentage of occupied hospital beds that are COVID: 14.8%
        Total reported COVID-positive cases: 200,557
        CDC estimated total COVID cases: 2,005,570 (10X reported)
        Total COVID fatalities to date: 2,655
        Fatality rate of reported COVID cases: 1.3%
        Fatality rate of CDC estimated cases: .13%


        Link:
        https://txdshs.maps.arcgis.com/apps/...01e8b9cafc8b83



        OMG....seriously?? I JUST stated that you are getting your information off the INTERNET. I KNOW what is being published on PUBLIC INTERNET sites. LMAO. I know how Texas REPUBLICANS are giving ORDERS to dummy down the TRUTH and how Texas DEMOCRATS are trying push back and inflate the TRUTH. As I said I am apolitical. I just despise FAKE news and INACCURATE information. all it does is muddy up the TRUTH.

        I bet you probably believe the "numbers", "reports", and "stories" given to the public by our government and media about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan vs the TRUTH coming from the front-line troops and battlefield command. SMDH.

        Listen bro.....you just do you. Read whatever you read, listen to whatever you listen to, and carry on however you wish to carry on.

        If you wish to respond and get the last word.....knock yourself out.
        ​​​​​​​
        Stay healthy, stay safe, and stay well.

        Have a GREAT day.



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        • #34
          Originally posted by Techster88 View Post

          It’s called cutting off your nose to spite your face. In this case let’s cut off a leg or arm instead. The Government lives in an insulated world and They have the means to sit on their collective duffs and wait it out.

          People in the real world do not have that same luxury. People are existing, crime has went up drastically. Murder rates like have never seen in Southeast Texas. Desperate times for sure with no end in sight. Pops only sees things from his perspective. But, Pops isn’t wearing their shoes. You can see it in the eyes of those who come to the church for food. It’s families with small kids not bums or homeless. We have enough to pass out for about 250 families before we run out.

          We must stop this madness of shutting down businesses and proceed with caution. Life is a risk everyday and you are not guaranteed tomorrow.

          Obviously, the experts are as clueless today as when this crap reached our shores six months ago. I haven’t heard of any solutions. All I hear is go dig a hole make you a bunker get your year supply of dehydrated food and wait until we give you the coast is clear signal.

          If I am wrong, please enlighten me with your solution. The only thing from my perspective that I can see is that the powers at hand do not want hospitals overcrowded. Not so much about your well being.
          My friend, it's not the experts who are clueless.

          Enough from me on this topic.

          Have a nice day.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by ASUPops View Post

            OMG....seriously?? I JUST stated that you are getting your information off the INTERNET. I KNOW what is being published on PUBLIC INTERNET sites. LMAO. I know how Texas REPUBLICANS are giving ORDERS to dummy down the TRUTH and how Texas DEMOCRATS are trying push back and inflate the TRUTH. As I said I am apolitical. I just despise FAKE news and INACCURATE information. all it does is muddy up the TRUTH.

            I bet you probably believe the "numbers", "reports", and "stories" given to the public by our government and media about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan vs the TRUTH coming from the front-line troops and battlefield command. SMDH.

            Listen bro.....you just do you. Read whatever you read, listen to whatever you listen to, and carry on however you wish to carry on.

            If you wish to respond and get the last word.....knock yourself out.

            Stay healthy, stay safe, and stay well.

            Have a GREAT day.



            So is the Texas Dept of Health and Human Services putting out false data?

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            • #36
              Originally posted by Herb Street View Post


              So is the Texas Dept of Health and Human Services putting out false data?
              Apparently so, and unlike the crazies on the internet that are saying this is caused by 5g or something with no real proof given, Pops wants us to believe this is way worse than is being reported, with no real proof given except, " trust me, I'm in the frontlines."
              I have fat thumbs sorry for typos!

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              • #37
                Originally posted by ASUPops View Post

                My friend, it's not the experts who are clueless.

                Enough from me on this topic.

                Have a nice day.
                ROFLMAO. Pray tell if the experts are In the know why are there no solutions. Now, a group of Doctors are saying it’s airborne. No mask is gonna help now. Funny stuff. Guess I’m not the only clueless person here.

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by Herb Street View Post


                  So is the Texas Dept of Health and Human Services putting out false data?
                  Yes, they are undermining us at every turn.

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by Boohaha View Post

                    Apparently so, and unlike the crazies on the internet that are saying this is caused by 5g or something with no real proof given, Pops wants us to believe this is way worse than is being reported, with no real proof given except, " trust me, I'm in the frontlines."
                    I thought it Read in God we trust on our money!!!

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                    • #40
                      If you can't trust a state's dept of health to put out good data, that's a problem. What a shame.

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                      • #41
                        https://www.dallasnews.com/news/publ...ll-look-worse/

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                        • #42

                          The good news is that the fatality ratio-to-reported cases in Texas continues to fall - now down to 1.27% of reported cases. Very similar to here in AR. Given CDC's guidance of 10X the cases - actual to reported - the fatality rate is in the .127% range. The bad news is hospitalizations continue to rise. The good news is that even with the surge, COVID is only 16% of occupied hospital beds. We should see a peak and then a steady decline soon.

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by Herb Street View Post


                            The good news is that the fatality ratio-to-reported cases in Texas continues to fall - now down to 1.27% of reported cases. Very similar to here in AR. Given CDC's guidance of 10X the cases - actual to reported - the fatality rate is in the .127% range. The bad news is hospitalizations continue to rise. The good news is that even with the surge, COVID is only 16% of occupied hospital beds. We should see a peak and then a steady decline soon.
                            When figuring out the actual death rate of disease, you don't divide number of deaths by total cases. You divide number of deaths by number of outcomes.

                            So, as of noon today, Texas has 241k cases. 118,326 recovered; 3,026 died; TOTAL OUTCOMES 121,372.

                            You divide deaths by total outcomes, giving a 2.51% death rate.

                            The US coronavirus death rate is 52 times higher than the flu. So far.

                            *(deaths & recovered cases are only based on those reported as COVID-19 related. not all cases are reported and not all deaths are reported as COVID-19)
                            Last edited by ASUPops; 07-10-2020, 12:37 PM.

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by ASUPops View Post

                              When figuring out the actual death rate of disease, you don't divide number of deaths by total cases. You divide number of deaths by number of outcomes.

                              So, as of noon today, Texas has 241k cases. 118,326 recovered; 3,026 died; TOTAL OUTCOMES 121,372.

                              You divide deaths by total outcomes, giving a 2.51% death rate.

                              The US coronavirus death rate is 52 times higher than the flu. So far.

                              *(deaths & recovered cases are only based on those reported as COVID-19 related. not all cases are reported and not all deaths are reported as COVID-19)
                              Sure.....
                              I have fat thumbs sorry for typos!

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by ASUPops View Post

                                When figuring out the actual death rate of disease, you don't divide number of deaths by total cases. You divide number of deaths by number of outcomes.

                                So, as of noon today, Texas has 241k cases. 118,326 recovered; 3,026 died; TOTAL OUTCOMES 121,372.

                                You divide deaths by total outcomes, giving a 2.51% death rate.

                                The US coronavirus death rate is 52 times higher than the flu. So far.

                                *(deaths & recovered cases are only based on those reported as COVID-19 related. not all cases are reported and not all deaths are reported as COVID-19)

                                That's certainly another way to do it.

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