The Coronavirus - What's Happening Around the World

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Please remember that Random discussion is for light hearted discussions of topics. Any debating is to be done in the controversial topics discussion forum.
 
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I live in a town where there have been 767 Covid related deaths to date!
were they really flu?my grandfather died of some lung thing years ago...id guess it was the depression a cold house burning papers or cardboard in a bad wood stove-nightmares
 

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do you think its man-made?if its man-made i think many will die maybe

No. There is no evidence Covid-19 is man made.
To the contrary.
Edit: there is evidence it isn't man made.

I doubt you will understand the discussion in this article, but others reading this probably will:
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https://abcnews.go.com/Health/virol...k-study-origins-coronavirus/story?id=71097846


Many are dying.
Try quitting the denial of reality and read the stats from the link at the beginning of this thread.
 
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were they really flu?my grandfather died of some lung thing years ago...id guess it was the depression a cold house burning papers or cardboard in a bad wood stove-nightmares
That's pretty cold, slick.

Covid-19 is real and it's killing in more ways than just destroying the lungs.
 

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New concerns in addition to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Swine flu in Chinese pigs monitored for 'pandemic potential'
https://www.usatoday.com/story/news...pdates-face-masks-fauci-reopening/3279340001/

A swine flu virus found in Chinese pigs has the potential to jump to humans and even spark a pandemic, researchers say.



Prevalent Eurasian avian-like H1N1 swine influenza virus with 2009 pandemic viral genes facilitating human infection
https://www.pnas.org/content/early/2020/06/23/1921186117

( PNAS first published June 29, 2020 https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1921186117
Contributed by George F. Gao, April 28, 2020 (sent for review December 9, 2019; reviewed by Ian H. Brown and Xiu-Feng Henry Wan) )


Similar to pdm/09 virus, G4 viruses have all the essential hallmarks of a candidate pandemic virus. Of concern is that swine workers show elevated seroprevalence for G4 virus. Controlling the prevailing G4 EA H1N1 viruses in pigs and close monitoring in human populations, especially the workers in swine industry, should be urgently implemented.
 

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USA TODAY analysis of COVID-19 infection rates at the ZIP code-level shows how the virus has spread rapidly, but unevenly, across the U.S.

https://www.usatoday.com/in-depth/g...eighborhoods-show-big-disparities/3257615001/

Overall, data for more than 8,500 ZIP codes – about 26% of all U.S. ZIPs – were collected during the week of June 15, 2020 from 49 state, county and local health departments that publish data at that geographic level. Although far from comprehensive, the reports include slices from every U.S. Census region.

USA TODAY matched the ZIP code data with 2018 U.S. Census demographic data to examine income, race and population disparities in neighborhoods with varying infection rates.

The map and charts below show how unevenly the virus as spread across communities and neighborhoods since the first case was reported last January.
 

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