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Posted by: Human ( )
Date: December 18, 2020 12:34PM

For a history of the standings going back to July 4th, 2020, see here:

https://www.exmormon.org/phorum/read.php?2,2326037,2326037#msg-2326037


Top countries in deaths per 100,000 of population:


The standings on July 9th, 2020:

First Place: San Marino! - 124.32

2nd Place: Belgium - 85.59

3rd Place: Andorra - 67.53

4th Place: United Kingdom - 67.08

5th Place: Spain - 60.77

6th Place: Italy - 57.77

7th Place: Sweden - 53.83

8th Place: France - 44.69

9th Place: USA! - 40.4


The standings today, Dec 18, 2020:

First Place: Belgium! - 160.84

2nd Place: San Marino - 159.83

3rd Place: Peru - 115.22

4th Place: Italy - 111.23

5th Place: Slovenia - 108.01

6th Place: North Macedonia - 106.82

7th Place: Bosnia & Herzegovina - 106.77

8th Place: Spain - 104.39

9th Place: Andorra - 102.59

10th Place: United Kingdom - 99.49

11th Place: Montenegro - 98.66

12th Place: USA! - 94.97

17th Place: France - 89.17

25th Place: Sweden - 77.51

46th Place: Canada - 37.62

59th Place: Germany - 30.18


Pretty grim half year.

By the new year, my guess is that even France will have entered the 1 in every 1000 dead from covid club. Belgium seems bent to make a new club, 1 in every 500 dead.

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Posted by: Human ( )
Date: December 18, 2020 12:35PM

*July 9th

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Posted by: Human ( )
Date: December 18, 2020 12:37PM


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Posted by: elderolddog ( )
Date: December 18, 2020 12:41PM

Thoughtful people put a "source" for the data, but how come no one ever labels the ”destination"?

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Posted by: Beth ( )
Date: January 10, 2021 01:02PM

:)

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Posted by: Human ( )
Date: December 18, 2020 12:50PM

lol, and pretty damn clever.

(Destiny is best handled by the gods.)

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Posted by: Dr. No ( )
Date: December 18, 2020 12:55PM

of 300,000 dead --

if these were placed in standard caskets, and those caskets were lined up shoulder-to-shoulder along an interstate, and you cruised past them at 60 mph --

you'd be passing caskets for two hours, forty-one minutes.


(But at 80 mph, it would only take two hours)

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Posted by: Human ( )
Date: January 10, 2021 10:44AM

Good images from Dr. No and Henry B. Eyeroll.

America may have passed a 9-11 every day number. Every day, with no abatement in sight.

Today’s Covid American dead total is 372,522

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Posted by: Henry B. Eyeroll ( )
Date: December 18, 2020 02:10PM

Covid City recently passed Pittsburgh, Cincinnati and St. Louis, each with around 300,000 people.

Rumor is that Covid City will be applying for a NL Central team for the 2021 season.

It is currently the 63rd largest US city, ahead of St. Paul, and is on track to overtake Stockton later today or tomorrow.

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Posted by: Free Man ( )
Date: December 20, 2020 11:15PM

I'd be interested to see a death count caused by lockdowns, but as with war, there seems to be little interest in collateral damage, because then we would question the narrative that everyone is at equal risk, and young and healthy need shutdown.

Economic damage kills people.

As Professor Gupta of Oxford said, the lockdowns are a luxury of the rich.

Talked to a mental health professional who said he's seeing many more people with anxiety and depression. He said they figure a 1.6% increase in suicides for every 1% increase in unemployment.

In addition, people afraid of covid have avoided healthcare, and many healthcare facilities were told to focus on covid (around here, didn't happen much). CEO's of Mayo Clinic and Cleveland Clinic wrote as many could die from undiagnosed/untreated cancer and heart disease as from covid.
https://newsroom.clevelandclinic.org/2020/06/09/how-many-more-will-die-from-fear-of-the-coronavirus/

Then you have the U.N. saying millions will die of starvation.

https://www.france24.com/en/20200728-coronavirus-linked-hunger-kills-10-000-children-per-month-says-un

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Some of the worst hunger still occurs in sub-Saharan Africa. In Sudan, 9.6 million people live from one meal to the next — a 65% increase from the same time last year.


"Lockdowns across Sudanese provinces, as around the world, have dried up work and incomes for millions. With inflation hitting 136 percent, prices for basic goods have more than tripled.

“It has never been easy but now we are starving, eating grass, weeds, just plants from the earth,” said Ibrahim Youssef, director of the Kalma camp for internally displaced people in war-ravaged south Darfur.

Adam Haroun, an official in the Krinding camp in west Darfur, recorded nine deaths linked with malnutrition, otherwise a rare occurrence, over the past two months — five newborns and four older adults, he said.

Before the pandemic and lockdown, the Abdullah family ate three meals a day, sometimes with bread, or they’d add butter to porridge. Now they are down to just one meal of “millet porridge” — water mixed with grain. Zakaria Yehia Abdullah, a farmer now at Krinding, said the hunger is showing “in my children’s faces.”

“I don’t have the basics I need to survive,” said the 67-year-old, who hasn’t worked the fields since April. “That means the 10 people counting on me can’t survive either.”

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Posted by: Lot's Wife ( )
Date: December 20, 2020 11:36PM

Free Man Wrote:
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> I'd be interested to see a death count caused by
> lockdowns,

But then you'd have to have a death count for what would have happened without the lockdowns. What you want is the maximum calculated deaths for SIP procedures but also an intentionally suppressed estimate of how many lives have been saved thereby.

Apples versus apples, please.


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> but as with war, there seems to be
> little interest in collateral damage, because then
> we would question the narrative that everyone is
> at equal risk,

Straw man. No one has said "everyone is at equal risk."


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> In addition, people afraid of covid have avoided
> healthcare, and many healthcare facilities were
> told to focus on covid (around here, didn't happen
> much). CEO's of Mayo Clinic and Cleveland
> Clinic wrote as many could die from
> undiagnosed/untreated cancer and heart disease as
> from covid.

Do you not realize that this analysis militates against your position? If people are dying because the ICU facilities are swamped, keeping economies open and letting even more people get sick and hospitalized will increase the collateral deaths.


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> https://newsroom.clevelandclinic.org/2020/06/09/ho
> w-many-more-will-die-from-fear-of-the-coronavirus/

That article does not criticize the SIP restrictions. It says that during the lockdowns, people must be sure to go see their doctors.


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> https://www.france24.com/en/20200728-coronavirus-l
> inked-hunger-kills-10-000-children-per-month-says-
> un

Again, this article does not support your view. Nowhere does it suggest that the lockdowns are a mistake. What it requests is more financial support from rich countries for poor countries during the lockdowns.


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Finding the latest Scott Atlas or citing experts who do NOT agree with you does not strengthen your argument.

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Posted by: Human ( )
Date: December 30, 2020 01:32PM

Top countries in deaths per 100,000 of population:


The standings today, Dec 30, 2020:

First Place: San Marino - 174.63

2nd Place: Belgium - 169.51

3rd Place: Slovenia - 127.26

4th Place: Bosnia & Herzegovina - 121.06

5th Place: Italy - 120.85

6th Place: North Macedonia - 118.73

7th Place: Peru - 117.31

8th Place: Andorra - 109.08

9th Place: Montenegro - 108.78

10th Place: Spain - 107.96

11th Place: United Kingdom - 107.80

14th Place: USA! - 103.48

18th Place: France - 95.85

27th Place: Sweden - 83.31

50th Place: Canada - 41.52

53th Place: Germany - 38.91

https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/data/mortality

San Marino will not be denied!

Germany is worth noticing. In a month their covid deaths per 100,000 pop. has risen from 21.29 (Dec 3rd) to today’s 38.91.

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Posted by: elderolddog ( )
Date: December 20, 2020 11:33PM

Is Good Health are right or a privilege?

I want Good Health. But, yeah, I also want to eat regularly and sufficiently.

I don't think there is a formula for assurance that I can have both if I can't supply them myself.

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Date: January 10, 2021 01:27PM


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Posted by: Human ( )
Date: December 30, 2020 02:06PM

Top countries in deaths per 100,000 of population:


The standings today, Dec 30, 2020:

First Place: San Marino - 174.63

2nd Place: Belgium - 169.51

3rd Place: Slovenia - 127.26

4th Place: Bosnia & Herzegovina - 121.06

5th Place: Italy - 120.85

6th Place: North Macedonia - 118.73

7th Place: Peru - 117.31

8th Place: Andorra - 109.08

9th Place: Montenegro - 108.78

10th Place: Spain - 107.96

11th Place: United Kingdom - 107.80

14th Place: USA! - 103.48

18th Place: France - 95.85

27th Place: Sweden - 83.31

50th Place: Canada - 41.52

53th Place: Germany - 38.91

https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/data/mortality

San Marino will not be denied!

Germany is worth noticing. In a month their covid deaths per 100,000 pop. has risen from 21.29 (Dec 3rd) to today’s 38.91.

(Reposted to properly thread)

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Posted by: kite ( )
Date: December 30, 2020 02:14PM

Very interesting statistics. Thanks for posting!

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Posted by: Human ( )
Date: January 10, 2021 10:32AM

Top countries in deaths per 100,000 of population:

The standings today, Jan 10, 2021:

First Place: San Marino - 189.43

2nd Place: Belgium - 175.43

3rd Place: Slovenia - 143.81

4th Place: Italy - 129.72

5th Place: Bosnia & Herzegovina - 129.52

6th Place: Liechtenstein - 129.25

7th Place: North Macedonia - 125.49

8th Place: Czechia - 122.14

9th Place: United Kingdom - 121.82

10th Place: Peru - 118.94

13th Place: USA! - 113.86

20th Place: France - 101.11

25th Place: Sweden - 92.63

45th Place: Germany - 48.95

51st Place: Canada - 45.52

https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/data/mortality

Top twenty countries all belong to the greater than 1 in 1000 of population dead from Covid.

Germany races past Canada, doubling from 21.29 (Dec 3rd) to today’s 48.95 in just over a month. Wow. And that can happen, presumably, anywhere.

To make things worse, a few faster spreading variants have shown up. Happy New Year.

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Posted by: Beth ( )
Date: January 10, 2021 01:05PM

WTH is going on in Belgium?

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Posted by: Human ( )
Date: January 11, 2021 03:40PM

Indeed. What the hell is right.

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Posted by: Emily Latella ( )
Date: January 10, 2021 02:27PM

That was supposed to be "votes?" I thought this was a political thread.

Never mind!

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