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Rogue Valley

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Reported coronavirus deaths yesterday:
• France: 0
• United Kingdom: 0
• Canada: 4
• Germany: 6
• Italy: 6
• United States: 1,450

Must be all that testing. /s
 

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We have no adult leadership in the US now, and the selfish dunce in office doesn't give a damn about the American people, dead or alive. Sad state we're in now under this administration, never thought I'd see such incompetence and ignorance in the white house. Hopefully the November results will allow us to save our democracy and begin the healing and repair.

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For the first time in 60 days, the rolling 30 day avg of new deaths went over 1,000 to 1,005 as of yesterday. Nobody beats Trump. It'll be fall before we know it. From there, it's entirely possible Trump can take credit for breaking the 1918 (not 1917 as Trump insists) Pandemic record of 675,000 deaths.
 

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For the first time in 60 days, the rolling 30 day avg of new deaths went over 1,000 to 1,005 as of yesterday. Nobody beats Trump. It'll be fall before we know it. From there, it's entirely possible Trump can take credit for breaking the 1918 (not 1917 as Trump insists) Pandemic record of 675,000 deaths.

The way his "more transparent than the world has ever seen" government hides the data we will never know. :roll:
 

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Reported coronavirus deaths yesterday:
• France: 0
• United Kingdom: 0
• Canada: 4
• Germany: 6
• Italy: 6
• United States: 1,450

Must be all that testing. /s

That's just it. Testing doesn't mean diddly. All of the left's call for increased testing hasn't dropped numbers at all. Trump was right. Testing is a complete waste of time and money. You can't contact trace while having thousands and thousands of new cases every day.
 

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That's just it. Testing doesn't mean diddly. All of the left's call for increased testing hasn't dropped numbers at all. Trump was right. Testing is a complete waste of time and money. You can't contact trace while having thousands and thousands of new cases every day.

How about masks and social distancing. Ask Herman Cain.....oh, I forgot. He’s dead
 

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The way his "more transparent than the world has ever seen" government hides the data we will never know. :roll:



Not, ultimately, can COVID death estimates be prevented from coming out of statistical modeling, IMO. It is difficult, but not improbable and is practicable, to get a fair estimate.
 
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