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navegator wrote:

Sr.moisheh do not worry to much with the corona virus, these blog epidemiologist experts do not understand that if alcohol kills germs and viruses on the outside then drink more coronas and drown the virus inside

Finally, a logical and sensible answer. I'm going to the beer store to stock up on necessary supplies.

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Actually it is caused by the over hype of the media. The virus itself is not as dangerous as the flue (sic). .
Again with the media. What I see on TV is health officials and doctors saying what is medically and scientifically true, that it's more deadly than the flu, and Trump underplaying it and offering his uneducated opinions.

We can't even get through a disease without political discourse.

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Terryallan wrote:

Actually it is caused by the over hype of the media. The virus itself is not as dangerous as the flue (sic). .
Again with the media. What I see on TV is health officials and doctors saying what is medically and scientifically true, that it's more deadly than the flu, and Trump underplaying it and offering his uneducated opinions.

We can't even get through a disease without political discourse.


So the Flu kills 30,000 a year and now we have another flu-like virus. So if this new threat kills just another 30,000 or so that;s okay????

The current administration did try to weaken the CDC and they DID say it was a Democratic hoax. He also said not to worry as he would get the vaccine in a few months, which of course was an uneducated statement.

We are in an RV park down here in Florida and we now stand in a code 2 position with hand sanitizer everywhere. People doing elbow bumps as opposed to hand shakes and so on. Yes, we are concerned and frankly ,those of us with lung conditions, are even more cautionary.
Do as you feel is justified but for us an ounce of prevention.................


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Down in old Mexico no more hand shake, no more fist bump, no more elbow and no hugs and kises, only shoe shakes and those with balance problems hag on to the lamp post.

Best greetings so far?

Bottms up with the cheves (beer) so keep the corona virus killers coming seƱores!

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I guess we all know about this hysteria and why it is here. It is the end result of poor government performance and the CDC that used to be in place to warn and protect us being unfunded.
People left to their own devices normally don't do well. Think of all the hurricanes and how all the Home Depots are empty of plywood. It happens every year and they still have no water or food for an emergency and those are the ones that happen yearly.
Wash you hands often, carry disinfectant wet sheets in your car and use them! Stay away from public anything as much as possible. Use common sense.


Actually it is caused by the over hype of the media. The virus itself is not as dangerous as the flue. it has a 98% survival rate, and so far in the US. The 9 deaths have all been in a Nursing home in Washington St. And were people that were already seriously ill. and we all know why the Media is pushing it so hard.


Not true. It is more dangerous than the flu which has a survival rate of 99.9%. That makes coronavirus 20 times more deadly than the flu. Not saying we need to panic, but let's get the facts right.


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Moisheh,

It has already gone on for a couple of months in China. I can see no reason that the same pattern may happen in North America.

I've been following the numbers here:

https://gisanddata.maps.arcgis.com/apps/........x.html#/bda7594740fd40299423467b48e9ecf6


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