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Del Scorcho

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  1. SLC Mayor is considering extending stay at home order through Memorial Day or longer
  2. https://www.bostonherald.com/2020/04/06/massachusetts-general-hospital-among-first-to-test-nitric-oxide-on-pandemic-patients/ Nitric Oxide as a possible treatment
  3. https://nayadaur.tv/2020/04/israel-health-minister-who-termed-coronavirus-divine-punishment-gets-coronavirus/
  4. they are reducing CA death projections from 6k to just less than 2k. I've been impressed with Gov. Newsom. If all states would have been as quick to act as he was lots of lives could have been spared. https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2020-04-07/california-coronavirus-peak
  5. this virus has some nasty complications for some https://gizmodo.com/latest-coronavirus-science-heart-and-brain-damage-may-1842708731
  6. that's my bad, clearly 360k isnt 1% of the US population
  7. 1% of the country has now been infected. what is the ceiling for this 2%, 5%, god forbid 10% or more
  8. Utah doesn't have a stay at home order, but 3 of the 4 counties with the largest population have them so its pretty much the same
  9. Boris has a 32 year old girlfriend who is pregnant. Hopefully he pulls through.
  10. Leach is a clown. When he's not belittling his players he's stirring things up elsewhere
  11. More perspective: 3,000 Americans died from 9-11 Why do you feel the need to downplay this?
  12. https://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/why-an-idaho-ski-destination-has-one-of-the-highest-covid-19-rates-in-the-nation
  13. someone smarter than me (which opens this up to everyone that doesn't have a 3 letter username starting and ending with 'B' and a middle letter 'O') SARS and MERS were viruses in the same family with many similarities and a few differences. We clearly seem to have rid ourselves of the dangers of those two bastards without risk of them coming back (I think). They ended because we contained them and either their hosts either died or recovered and weren't able to spread. It sounds like this is different and there could be a risk of this being more seasonal like influenza. Does anyone understand that? Is this one likely to come back because its so contagious that it will just keep feeding endlessly?
  14. fatalities aren't the only metric used to make these decisions. That is false.
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