Skip to comments.Coronavirus could be slowing in New York according to 'early signals in public data,' experts say
Posted on 03/29/2020 8:17:25 PM PDT by LisaFab
New York State and in particular, New York City, have been the hardest-hit regions in the U.S. as the country grapples with the coronavirus pandemic. But recent data suggests that the area might be starting to see a turn that infections are slowing.
Farzad Mostashari, the founder of primary care start-up Aledade and the former national coordinator for health information technology at the Dept. of Health and Human Services, tweeted that there "may" be some early signs of promise in recent data.
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correct, couple more days of data points and we may have a good trend...we shall see
I only tell the truth!
Except here and there :)
I tell people NYC to me is like that best friend you used to have that was a great guy and a good person until one day he lost his mind, lost his job and became an alcoholic.
You know what he is now but you still love him :)
You just don’t want to spend a lot of time around him anymore lol
Maybe now would be a good time for them to be sent home.
see....truth right there
We’re still in the newly discovered of existing cases period. 1-2 more weeks of expanded testing and containment measures (and the spring break peak) will tell the story.
Of course, but go find them! Their friends and relatives will obfuscate your efforts to the max, and what they don't do, DumblASSio will do to keep them. That's why the numbers in NYC are exploding off the chart--all these illegals living cheek to jowl in unsanitary conditions, just like they were used to at home. They are, as I said, a veritable petri dish of all kinds of diseases and parasites that can be passed to us. But so long as they can pull that "D" lever, all is forgiven, even if their diseases kill the rest of us.
Thats a good sign that we are testing more people.
The death rate always goes down as testing is able to be done by more people who already had it, but werent counted against the death rate.
Just spoke to a neighbor who is a nurse in one of the NYU hospitals. She said it was very overcapacity and stressful inside (remember every NY hospital was ordered to increase its patient beds by at least 50%), and many general surgical/gen med wards were turned into Covid wards, but that hospital management is doing an excellent job in management.
279 more deaths in NY today and 565 across the US.
I had run some numbers a while ago with similar percentages (about 10% testing positive). When run against total populations, was less than 0.01% A lot of variables in flux, (especially the time factor).
Just working off the top of my head, current cases v. population under 0.05%
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