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    Quote Originally Posted by domer76 View Post
    WHOOSH!
    MILLIONS apparently don't count.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Legion View Post
    Has anyone who needed a test been unable to get one?
    WHOOSH!

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    Quote Originally Posted by domer76 View Post
    Useless to do so. He’s too fucking stupid.
    Belligerent ignorance.

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    Hello Centerleftfl,

    Quote Originally Posted by Centerleftfl View Post
    We were getting the #'s of testing for several DAYS. None that I can find supplied by an state agencies. DRIVE UPS just quit doing them TUES or WED, they ran out. We had a DOC take out a $400k loan against his HOUSE to get test kits. I called my docs office on TUES and WED for a med refill. They have no kits.

    This is going to blow the FUCK UP people.


    3 days ago FLA was testing at 1100 PER million residents. With 20.6% of the population over 65, you do the extrapolation. CALIF tested 1700 PER million residents. NY tested 5139 PER million residents. MA 2900 PER million. You get the point.

    Go ahead and look at the test rates of the RED STATES. Look at the test rate for YOUR state. 3 pages dated THU.

    https://www.vox.com/2020/3/26/211938...tests-by-state

    Coronavirus tests in Florida are scarce. Could it be next ...
    www.usatoday.com › story › news › nation › 2020/03/26 › coronavir...

    2 days ago - Florida is seeing more coronavirus cases, but hospitals say they don't yet ... That lack of testing availability means the number of people infected in ... "I had no obligation to put a lien on my house to get this done, but this is an ...
    OUCH.

    Look at Texas.

    565 tests per million.

    And you know Texas has a large Hispanic population. They often live in large families. It is logically more difficult to stay isolated when living in a home with many others. And it would also be difficult to stock up on food for a long period of time, thereby forcing people to go out and go to the store more often.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PoliTalker View Post
    Hello Centerleftfl,

    OUCH.

    Look at Texas.

    565 tests per million.

    And you know Texas has a large Hispanic population. They often live in large families. It is logically more difficult to stay isolated when living in a home with many others. And it would also be difficult to stock up on food for a long period of time, thereby forcing people to go out and go to the store more often.
    Take a look at some of the OTHER 'typical' red states.

    As I've said NUMEROUS times here (and to Texans), thank God for TEXAS, otherwise FLORIDA would win the race for ignorance in the RED electorate, stupifyingly mental midgets in the legislature, GUN FREAKS and just plain WEIRD! We jockey back and forth for 'position'.
    WK1 3/28-/4 __Cases 300.6k--Dead 18.1k Lethality 2.72%
    WK2 4/5-/13 __Cases 555.4k--Dead 22.1K Lethality 3.9%
    WK3 4/20-/21_ Cases 774k ---Dead 37.2K Lethality 4.8%
    WK4 4/22-/29_ Cases 1M ----Dead 58.8K Lethality 5.9%
    WK5 5/1-/8___ Cases 1.3M ---Dead 75.7K Lethality 6.1%
    WK6 5/9-16___Cases 1.4M --- Dead 85.8K Lethality 6.1%
    WK7 5/17-24__Cases 1.7M --- Dead 97.6K Lethality 5.9%
    WK8 5/25-6/1 _Cases

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    Quote Originally Posted by Legion View Post
    Has anyone who needed a test been unable to get one?
    Yes, 3 people I KNOW. 2 here. 1 IN IL, MY CUSTOMER. She was too young, 48, and no underlying medical conditions. Her doctor's office told her to stay home and monitor her fever further. She wasn't sick enough--yet.
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    WK1 3/28-/4 __Cases 300.6k--Dead 18.1k Lethality 2.72%
    WK2 4/5-/13 __Cases 555.4k--Dead 22.1K Lethality 3.9%
    WK3 4/20-/21_ Cases 774k ---Dead 37.2K Lethality 4.8%
    WK4 4/22-/29_ Cases 1M ----Dead 58.8K Lethality 5.9%
    WK5 5/1-/8___ Cases 1.3M ---Dead 75.7K Lethality 6.1%
    WK6 5/9-16___Cases 1.4M --- Dead 85.8K Lethality 6.1%
    WK7 5/17-24__Cases 1.7M --- Dead 97.6K Lethality 5.9%
    WK8 5/25-6/1 _Cases

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    Quote Originally Posted by Legion View Post
    Has anyone who needed a test been unable to get one?

    "Vulnerable populations", just NOT vulnerable enough?

    Many turned away during first day of COVID-19 testing at Orange County Convention Center





    By STEPHEN HUDAK ORLANDO SENTINEL

    MAR 25, 2020 | 9:09 PM


    The drive-through site was set-up to test vulnerable populations in Central Florida, including health-care workers and paramedics.

    As the sun rose Wednesday, Central Floridians considered most at risk for coronavirus infection streamed anxiously into an Orange County Convention Center parking lot for a drive-through mouth and nose swabbing to show whether they have the contagious virus.

    National Guard combat medics swabbed nearly 250 people by day’s end, but more than 80 others were sent away without testing. Masked nurses who greeted arrivals Wednesday turned away anyone who didn’t have qualifying credentials or cite symptoms required for testing at the state-run site.

    Some who passed initial screenings were later asked to leave the campus on International Drive after they were found not to have a fever or respiratory symptoms.

    The drive-through site, one of several statewide operated by the Florida Division of Emergency Management, was set-up to test vulnerable populations in Central Florida, including health-care workers and paramedics. Reporters were staged about a football field’s length from the screening area and not permitted to approach vehicles.

    A spokeswoman said she was uncertain when the test results would be known, but those who submitted to a test will be notified of the result individually.


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    WK1 3/28-/4 __Cases 300.6k--Dead 18.1k Lethality 2.72%
    WK2 4/5-/13 __Cases 555.4k--Dead 22.1K Lethality 3.9%
    WK3 4/20-/21_ Cases 774k ---Dead 37.2K Lethality 4.8%
    WK4 4/22-/29_ Cases 1M ----Dead 58.8K Lethality 5.9%
    WK5 5/1-/8___ Cases 1.3M ---Dead 75.7K Lethality 6.1%
    WK6 5/9-16___Cases 1.4M --- Dead 85.8K Lethality 6.1%
    WK7 5/17-24__Cases 1.7M --- Dead 97.6K Lethality 5.9%
    WK8 5/25-6/1 _Cases

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clusterfuck View Post
    Yes, 3 people I KNOW. 2 here. 1 IN IL, MY CUSTOMER. She was too young, 48, and no underlying medical conditions. Her doctor's office told her to stay home and monitor her fever further. She wasn't sick enough.
    Cool story, bro.





    Has anyone who needed a test been unable to get one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clusterfuck View Post
    Masked nurses who greeted arrivals Wednesday turned away anyone who didn’t have symptoms required for testing at the state-run site. Some who passed initial screenings were later asked to leave the campus on International Drive after they were found not to have a fever or respiratory symptoms.
    Has anyone who needed a test been unable to get one?

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    Hello Centerleftfl,

    Quote Originally Posted by Centerleftfl View Post
    Take a look at some of the OTHER 'typical' red states.

    As I've said NUMEROUS times here (and to Texans), thank God for TEXAS, otherwise FLORIDA would win the race for ignorance in the RED electorate, stupifyingly mental midgets in the legislature, GUN FREAKS and just plain WEIRD! We jockey back and forth for 'position'.
    Why doesn't Florida have enough test kits?

    Feds let them down?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Centerleftfl View Post
    DISANTIS goes out on limb, by god. We just got a shelter in place TEXT. But only if you are 65 or older.

    So everyone else is FREE to conduct life as usual. Unless of course your EMPLOYER is smarter than your governor.


    Bill de Blasio
    @BilldeBlasio
    Since I’m encouraging New Yorkers to go on with your lives + get out on the town despite Coronavirus, I thought I would offer some suggestions. Here’s the first: thru Thurs 3/5 go see “The Traitor”
    @FilmLinc
    . If “The Wire” was a true story + set in Italy, it would be this film.

    Great advice ..huh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by domer76 View Post
    I have no idea
    I know, right?.....
    Isaiah 6:5
    “Woe to me!” I cried. “I am ruined! For I am a man of unclean lips, and I live among a people of unclean lips, and my eyes have seen the King, the Lord Almighty.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Centerleftfl View Post
    Yes, 3 people I KNOW. 2 here. 1 IN IL, MY CUSTOMER. She was too young, 48, and no underlying medical conditions. Her doctor's office told her to stay home and monitor her fever further. She wasn't sick enough--yet.
    did she die?......did she even develop any symptoms?.....
    Isaiah 6:5
    “Woe to me!” I cried. “I am ruined! For I am a man of unclean lips, and I live among a people of unclean lips, and my eyes have seen the King, the Lord Almighty.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by PoliTalker View Post
    Hello Centerleftfl,



    Why doesn't Florida have enough test kits?

    Feds let them down?
    why do you say they don't have enough?.....
    Isaiah 6:5
    “Woe to me!” I cried. “I am ruined! For I am a man of unclean lips, and I live among a people of unclean lips, and my eyes have seen the King, the Lord Almighty.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by PostmodernProphet View Post
    did she die?......did she even develop any symptoms?.....
    Imaginary people don't die, because they never existed.

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