Positive *Informative* Covid News

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HFCS

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I can't find the post you're referring to but changing the subject just tells me you are incapable of being polite.
I have empathy for others in our country when I see the spread of misinformation during a pandemic. The thread title was changed to include *informative*.

There are hundreds of great actual positive and informative posts in the thread you'll notice I am not challenging. Your anti-mask post and the unsourced claims of hydroxychloroquine cure-all do not remotely fit the thread title description of "news" or "informative".
 
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cygrads

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I have empathy for others in our country when I see the spread of misinformation during a pandemic. The thread title was changed to include *informative*.

There are hundreds of great actual positive and informative posts in the thread you'll notice I am not challenging. Your anti-mask post and the unsourced claims of hydroxychloroquine cure-all do not remotely fit the thread title description of "news" or "informative".
Please link what post you're referring to because I can't find it - I rarely post and in this thread my posts are usually questions or trying to keep things civil.
 

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I have empathy for others in our country when I see the spread of misinformation during a pandemic. The thread title was changed to include *informative*.

There are hundreds of great actual positive and informative posts in the thread you'll notice I am not challenging. Your anti-mask post and the unsourced claims of hydroxychloroquine cure-all do not remotely fit the thread title description of "news" or "informative".
I see the post you are talking about and it was CloneJD not cygrads.
 
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Stewo

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We're not allowed to question each other. I'll follow the rules from now on and celebrate all posts in this thread as hard fact (even though you get a unique exception and are allowed to call facts "conspiracy").

Thanks for the informative news and great links about those wildly successful clinical trials that prove hydroxychloroquine has this thing covered and we can fully reopen the economy with it.
It's not a hill worth dying on. It's a nice change of pace to break away from the gloomy side of COVID. At the end of the day, it's 100% up to the reader to discern what's realistic and true, and what's just opinionated fluff.
 

kcbob79clone

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Per the CDC,

In the USA, the percentage of respiratory specimens testing positive for the SARS-CoV-2 virus decreased from 5.5% during week #35 to 5.1% during week #36. reported the U.S. CDC on September 11, 2020.

And, based on death certificate data, the percentage of deaths attributed to pneumonia, influenza, or COVID-19 (PIC) for week #36 is 6.3%. This is currently lower than the percentage during week #35 (9.5%). However, the percentage will likely increase as more death certificates are processed, says the CDC.

This new data indicates a 33% reduction in (PIC) related fatalities ... in just 1-week.
 
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