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CoronaVirus- What's your status?

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DonHagman

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Absolute madness. Over one million infected by now. I hope you all are alright.


 

Neon

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Absolute madness. Over one million infected by now. I hope you all are alright.


It's guaranteed more than that. I'd say closer to 10-20 million.
 

ralke

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Update from Sweden.
Nothing changed. Our Socialist, Communist, Feminist, Greedy, Taxcollecting, Incompetent garbage government still don't give a single fuck.

well, in Chile the capitalist, repressor, exploiter, among other disqualifiers, dont give a fuck about who has no money, communism and capitalism are two different faces of the same shit. Current situation is, 3404 people infected by coronavirus, public hospitals without basic supplies and nurses forced to make their own, 38.9% of the workforce does not have an employment contract and is equivalent to 3.6 million people that will not receive income during the crisis. As far as I know, among the countries of South America Ecuador is where the situation is worse, with dead people abandoned in the streets.
 
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BahamutxD

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More new infections curve flattening here. Deaths havent peaked yet - may take up to a week still.

We've been 20 days in quarentine and it doesn't look like this is ending anytime soon. May still be 2-4 weeks more. People here is starting to understand that when this ends we won't be able to freely go out yet like nothing happened. It's going to be slow and painful but its for the best.
 

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In CA is a little different but we have to follow de protocols we stay indoors most of the time but we dont have overvrowded hospitals like european countries or the us
 

gudan garam

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Here in Brazil there are still lots of people in "normal life", most of the medium class and higher have started to work from home, thoose who can't are still working normal, a lot of people lost their jobs.

I live in São Paulo which is the biggest state in Brazil, so while I was already doing home office (maybe 3 weeks ago), my parents that live in another smaller state were still not even worried about it because the main focuses were São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. Now the other states are starting to get on quarantine.

In 2018's president run, we ellected a right president (something like Donald Trump, but really just a 10x dumber version). He is one of the people taking it (still to this day) as just a flu and demanding people and states to already get back do normal life. The minister of health was the only person in the government taking it as serious as it is and he was fired this monday, but then they decided to take him back because they saw the backlash starting to come their way.

As other people said here, I think this shit is just starting and we are getting out of this quarantine in maybe 2 or 3 months just to get an even bigger breakout later.
 

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In the US things are going to hell and i am bored like hell no good servers to play on and a lot of botting br servers are on top of the list
 

platano

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There's been videos of people in my country (mexico) were they have family that have diabetes or whatever chronic disease you imagine and when people arrive to the hospitals, both nurses and meds tell those patients they have COVID and that they need to get to emergencies ASAP, they put that shit people uses to breath when they cant, and well o shit they die because most of people even if they're healthy may fucking die if they get installed that piece of shit on their body.

This is not a joke

quickedit: they go for their weekly/daily/monthly checkout for their chronic diseases and they're told they have COVID and well I already explained the situation.

Really odd shit, I know a person in real life that had this issue and she posted a video online about it, Im freaked out to be honest I know those people and they have no covid or some shit like it.

They have no symptons and well of course they havent been thested or something like that but why in the world would someone want to threat chronic illnesss population like that ffs
 

BahamutxD

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After 3 months, today we've got 0 deaths in Spain and number of active cases and new cases keep going down.

It's been 3 rough months with deaths peeking around 1000 a day for several days/1week.

We've spent almost 2 months in quarentine at home just being able to leave for food/job.

Since May we have started to ease the quarentine allowing people to go out more and more. Social distancing is a thing, facial masks were social distancing is not guaranteed are mandatory and habits like washing your hands, avoiding touching things or sneezing on your forearm are the new norm.

Luckily it seems the virus is less dangerous now (atleast here) as most cases don't even need to be treated and are just being followed incase complications arise.

Now we start another challenge. The economical hit that already is leaving many families jobless.
 

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Luckily it seems the virus is less dangerous now (atleast here) as most cases don't even need to be treated and are just being followed incase complications arise.

I read an article about something similar being reported in Italy: the people with new confirmed infections are mostly getting mild cases.

Hopefully this means that the virus favors mutating into less virulent strains after circulating for some time in a given place. It's not 'herd immunity' because that requires >70% of the population to have been infected, which most certainly isn't true even in Spain or Italy.
 
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