What is COVID?


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I honestly do not care. I hope all you mfers die. I'm just saying you're wrong. But hey what's new.
 

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so the CDC are liars now.....LOL
According to you they are but all of a sudden they aren't. You people are funny Florida has been upgraded to moderate and getting worse by the day by the CDC.
 

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Lunch time. Y'all try not to tard to much. It's embarrassing.
 

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According to you they are but all of a sudden they aren't. You people are funny Florida has been upgraded to moderate and getting worse by the day by the CDC.
Well, I live here, and everything seems to be fine. Everybody is just dong what they usually do now, for the most part.

Why don't you just shut up and get a brain chip so the big corporations can flap your mouth around for you? You wouldn't even have to try at all. They'd just spew the same BS you do, and you could be even more mentally lazy than you already are. Sounds like a win-win, if I was you.
 

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so the CDC are liars now when their stats dont line up with your narrative.....LOL, flip flop flip flop flip flop:LOL::ROFLMAO::LOL::ROFLMAO:
MY narrative" YOU are the one who said Fla. was the lowest, yet the CDC chart says that is incorrect. CDC merely collates what is reported by the states.
So, who's lying for a narrative? You, or Florida?
 

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No, it doesn't. You're retarded, too.
I posted the data as of November 26th. Did they suddenly all get cured in 3 days?

Lemme guess, you went to the local strip mall and took a survey of 100 people who said "I just don't see it", which invalidates the numbers Florida has reported?

What exactly is your scientific study to refute the numbers reported so you "just don't see it"?
 

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lol my picture must have twisted some panties. :ROFLMAO:
 

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Here ya go, have a look for yourself.....just admit you are wrong so we can all move onto the next argument

https://covid.cdc.gov/covid-data-tracker/#datatracker-home
Don't give me a link tot he entire CDC and ask me to find your proof for you.
THIS chart was what they reported on November 26th. Show me the data that reduced Florida to the least infected state.

YOUR narrative, in case your forgot you posted it:
Today at 10:16 AM #3,817
"FACT : Florida had some of the most relaxed covid restrictions and now they have the lowest covid infection rate in the US"
Offered without any data to back it up, refuted multiple times, then you claim the CDC is changing stats to fit my narrative?
Huh?
 

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RobGMN

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there you go again claiming people said things they didnt.....im done here, you are just way to extreme and twist anything anybody says
Wow, ANOTHER guy who claims a quote of his own words is "fake news". Amazing.
 

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The fact that over 99% of the people being hospitalized from COVID are unvaccinated gives you a head start.
The fact that people who are vaccinated and still get COVID "shed" less is another clue.
The fact that unvaccinated people are not allowed into the US is another clue.
The fact that the vaccine is effective against variants is yet another.
The fact that variants have been happening EVERYWHERE since this all began is info you probably don't know.
The fact that there are currently no VOHCs is also probably something you didn't realize.


And I'll assume you don't realize you defeat your own argument against the vaccine when you complain that other countries have lower vaccination rates.
If you think the vaccine has no efficacy, you can't complain that other places have lower vaccination rates. If the vaccine is "useless" it then wouldn't MATTER that other countries have lower rates.

And if you did your own research and determined you will build antibodies and not get COVID if you had it once, you are wrong.

Pick an argument and run with it. You can't have it both ways.
You still didn’t explain why 30% of unvaccinated Americans are the reason we haven’t “beaten this virus”. It’s almost as if you didn’t know the virus is world wide. That sure is a lot of words you wrote though. Good job.
 
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There were 39 states that reported an increase in new COVID-19 cases for the week that ended Sunday, Nov. 21. There were 30 states the previous week.

Missouri had the largest jump, with a 102 percent increase to 20,231 cases. Connecticut is next with an 85 percent hike to 5,168 cases.

Michigan reported a 65 percent increase to 61,551 cases, while Oklahoma saw a 49 percent jump to 5,869 cases and Massachusetts experienced a nearly 48 percent hike to 17,452 cases.

In overall numbers, the CDC reports that Michigan had the most new cases in the past 7 days with 55,956 new positive tests.

New York is second with 47,323 new cases this past week. Pennsylvania recorded 42,896 new cases, with Ohio next at 39,326 cases.

California is fifth with 36,545 cases the past 7 days.

The CDC reports that Michigan is the leader per capita, with 560 cases per 100,000 residents over the past 7 days.

Minnesota is second with 524 cases per 100,000 residents, while New Hampshire registered 509 cases per 100,000 residents.

New Mexico is fourth with 474 cases per 100,000 people. Wisconsin is fifth with 439 cases per 100,000 residents.

Florida had the lowest per capita rate at 49 cases per 100,000 residents. Louisiana is next at 63 cases per 100,000 people. Hawaii had 70 cases per 100,000 people, followed by Georgia with 71 cases per 100,000 residents.



The spikes all seem to be in Democrat run states......hmmmm
 

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There were 39 states that reported an increase in new COVID-19 cases for the week that ended Sunday, Nov. 21. There were 30 states the previous week.

Missouri had the largest jump, with a 102 percent increase to 20,231 cases. Connecticut is next with an 85 percent hike to 5,168 cases.

Michigan reported a 65 percent increase to 61,551 cases, while Oklahoma saw a 49 percent jump to 5,869 cases and Massachusetts experienced a nearly 48 percent hike to 17,452 cases.

In overall numbers, the CDC reports that Michigan had the most new cases in the past 7 days with 55,956 new positive tests.

New York is second with 47,323 new cases this past week. Pennsylvania recorded 42,896 new cases, with Ohio next at 39,326 cases.

California is fifth with 36,545 cases the past 7 days.

The CDC reports that Michigan is the leader per capita, with 560 cases per 100,000 residents over the past 7 days.

Minnesota is second with 524 cases per 100,000 residents, while New Hampshire registered 509 cases per 100,000 residents.

New Mexico is fourth with 474 cases per 100,000 people. Wisconsin is fifth with 439 cases per 100,000 residents.

Florida had the lowest per capita rate at 49 cases per 100,000 residents. Louisiana is next at 63 cases per 100,000 people. Hawaii had 70 cases per 100,000 people, followed by Georgia with 71 cases per 100,000 residents.
Maybe Rob deserves a break here. That’s a lot of numbers there, and CNN didn’t give him a buzz word to troll with yet. Tards who watch CNN can’t be expected to know math. That’s insensitive to Rob and all the other tards. Haven’t you been reading the sensitivity thread? He explained it perfectly.
 

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There were 39 states that reported an increase in new COVID-19 cases for the week that ended Sunday, Nov. 21. There were 30 states the previous week.

Missouri had the largest jump, with a 102 percent increase to 20,231 cases. Connecticut is next with an 85 percent hike to 5,168 cases.

Michigan reported a 65 percent increase to 61,551 cases, while Oklahoma saw a 49 percent jump to 5,869 cases and Massachusetts experienced a nearly 48 percent hike to 17,452 cases.

In overall numbers, the CDC reports that Michigan had the most new cases in the past 7 days with 55,956 new positive tests.

New York is second with 47,323 new cases this past week. Pennsylvania recorded 42,896 new cases, with Ohio next at 39,326 cases.

California is fifth with 36,545 cases the past 7 days.

The CDC reports that Michigan is the leader per capita, with 560 cases per 100,000 residents over the past 7 days.

Minnesota is second with 524 cases per 100,000 residents, while New Hampshire registered 509 cases per 100,000 residents.

New Mexico is fourth with 474 cases per 100,000 people. Wisconsin is fifth with 439 cases per 100,000 residents.

Florida had the lowest per capita rate at 49 cases per 100,000 residents. Louisiana is next at 63 cases per 100,000 people. Hawaii had 70 cases per 100,000 people, followed by Georgia with 71 cases per 100,000 residents.



The spikes all seem to be in Democrat run states......hmmmm
Incorrect
 

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