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Ziemowit 13 | 4,223
27 Mar 2020 #931
America has four times the population Germany does yet Germany has twice as many people infected proportionately.

That's true, but what matters here is the pace at which the cumulative number of confirmed cases arises. Between roughly the 19th and 24th day on that trajectory picture, the US has seen an increase from around 25,000 to 85,000 cases. This shows that the epidemic is spreading out incredibly fast there, much faster than in the other countries shown in that picture.
OP Braveheart16 18 | 235
27 Mar 2020 #932
Any reason why you are talking about the US or indeed Germany....I thought this was a forum for people living in Poland..... Not sure if many people are interested.....
johnny reb 28 | 4,814
27 Mar 2020 #933
Then move on to the next thread Mr. Stick in the mud.
Is it a surprise when you see the punks out on the beaches in Florida during spring break ignoring authority.
Then they came back home to their homes in the northern states like New York, New Jersey, ect.
See, Ziemowit, people in the U.S. for three generations now have not had any consequences for their actions.
You can't spank a five year old, you can't back had a mouthy teenager, you can't knock a loudmouth on their ass anymore because it is not Politically Correct.

Well you are now seeing the results of what the Liberals have created when people are not held accountable or responsible for their actions.
People in Poland sheltered in when they were told to, many Americans did not because there was no consequences if they didn't.
It wasn't until AFTER Trump came out on t.v. and said, "Get the Hell off those beaches!" did law enforcement start cracking down.

To little to late.
If I was in charge I would have had jets fly over and napalm those Florida Beaches, the Marti Gras and the rest of the spring break conventions.
Weimarer 8 | 415
27 Mar 2020 #934
@johnny reb

More bullshit from you.

USA infection rate is 12 times higher than Germany. Within 3 days USA got more infections than Germany in 4 weeks. While our infection rate shrinks, yours is even growing faster and reachs exponential growth.

Meanwhile you have a extreme high mortality, while ours is very low.

Sucks to be in your 3rd world ********.

As for aircraft carriers, Germany has not tried to build one since 1945, because its waste of money and worthless in defense.

Money is better invested in healthcare system. You have none. Thats why your infected die like flies.
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,640
27 Mar 2020 #935
I thought this was a forum for people living in Poland..... Not sure if many people are interested.....

No, it's a forum for everyone for all things Polish. But yes, mostly its the same old few dozen members along with the occasional expats mainly from India or Pakistan who got an IT job in Poland asking if the salary they've been offered is sufficient to live in the country.

Poland took charge of the chinavirus situation far better than most countries. Right away they locked **** down, factories were closed, airports closed, etc. with big ass fines if you're not abiding by the lockdown. Meanwhile, in the USA at least in Illinois there's a total lockdown yet large groups are congregating at parks, bike paths, etc.

I have a cousin who works at the airport and he told me that they've been separating people, checking their temps, all sorts of ****. But now it's just straight up closed and he's off work.

If the countries where the infection is really bad closed down airports and all public transit and forced people to stay home a while and actually enforced it there wouldn't be so many new cases. That's how the **** spreads. Plus people are off work so they're bored at home and go out with their whole yoga class or whatever to the park while the Mexicans play soccer. Yet I've seen less cops on the road that on a normal day. Oh well, at least we'll get our $1,200 a piece. If PiS did the same and gave everyone like 4k zloty they'd be more popular than ever.
PolAmKrakow 1 | 552
28 Mar 2020 #936
Interesting how well Germany is doing with such high numbers of infections. But Poland is really the topic here and they are doing very well.
Velund 1 | 406
28 Mar 2020 #937
most of the foreigners in Germany are european...

You are lucky if this is true. But what you will do with a parasites that already there and milking German economy being useless for everyone?

I would say, Belgium is in a much worse condition (spent couple of useless days there on a car while Condor plane that should bring my friends from Dominican republic to Brussels was stranded on Jamaica due to weather). Simply trashed two prepaid nights for a two rooms in a french hotel due to this.

And, returning to coronavirus theme - are you sure that all those "migrants" that hardly abide any sanitary rules (if they can read it at all) will not form a "reservoir" for coronavirus that will "feed" new contagions for months or years?

I think Poland is in a better state now, compared to EU neigbours.
johnny reb 28 | 4,814
28 Mar 2020 #938
This virus will end up causing martial law and plastic money.......mark my word.
The last of our freedoms lost.
And that is exactly what the New World Order wants.
This was a planned virus attack.
Weimarer 8 | 415
28 Mar 2020 #939
Can we stop the cospiracy bullshit and focus on the real problem? All anger between Germany, USA and Poland aside.

Who is to blame? CHINA and their pathetic traditional chinese emdicine and wildlife markets. They roam the rainforests of the world and take any animal they can get.

They destroy entire species. The Pangolin is most poached animal in the world. Entire turtle species are at the brink of extinction. Birds, geckos, monkey, bats. Nothing is save from them.

And they put all those animals at their pathetic markets. Animals that would never ever encounter each other in the world.

The african pangolin sits in a cage next to a indian civet, next to a phillipine bat.

THAT is the breeding ground for hyper agressive virus like COVID-19, which has its origin in a harmless pangolin virus, which jumped on bat...where it was powered up and then jumped on a pig. Those animals would never ever interact with each other in nature.

Those markets have caused the bird flu, swine flu. H1N1, SARS, MERS, COVID-19.

This and nothing else is the reason for all this global suffering.

We cant let China get away with this **** any longer. We must do it, to save the species affected and to save ourself. The chinese will never change their ways, this must be done with strong sanctions.

Its important that business is pulled out of China. And its good to see that this is alrady happening.

No nation is raping nature more than China. Mother nature is not all gentle. She has teeth and claws and she strikes back.
johnny reb 28 | 4,814
28 Mar 2020 #940
Can we stop the cospiracy bullshit

No way.
In the months prior to the biggest stock market crash in history and the eruption of the biggest public health crisis of our generation, we witnessed the biggest exodus of corporate CEOs that we have ever seen.

Corporate insiders also sold off billions of dollars worth of shares in their own companies just before the stock market imploded.
That is insider trading, they knew and didn't tell us.
How did they know ? Who told them ?
Germany, like many other countries, enforced severe lockdown regulations, which began on March 24.
Gatherings were limited to two people, unless they are all members of the same family isolating together.
The fine for breaking the rules can be as much as €25,000 ($26,909.)
People in America are still out on the streets in groups, the super markets are jammed packed and ignoring warnings.
People from New York and New Jersey are fleeing to other States spreading the virus even more.
What are you Polack's seeing on the streets in Poland ?
dolnoslask 6 | 3,218
28 Mar 2020 #941
Corporate insiders also sold off billions of dollars

They did all around the world , the rich got richer, the poor and middle classes pick up the bill.
Vesko Vukovic 1 | 209
28 Mar 2020 #942

Desperate mayors of Italian towns are losing their patience with undisciplined Italians not following the curfew.
Cargo pants 2 | 693
28 Mar 2020 #943
What are you Polack's seeing on the streets in Poland ?

Empty streets in the centre of Warsaw.Suburbs I heard people are skating,biking,walking in pairs only(which is allowed).92 cases diagnosed so far till 2.45 pm today no deaths.

Rumor is that the numbers are cooked.48k Poles were flown in from abroad and most are not following the quarentine.Lets wait for a week and see.
PolAmKrakow 1 | 552
28 Mar 2020 #944
WOW the NWO and the sky is falling. Poland will be fine, so will everyone else. Stay inside and wash your hands. Its not complicated.
Weimarer 8 | 415
28 Mar 2020 #945
@johnny reb

Thanks for completly not understanding whats important and what matters.

I have news for you...



is a billion times worse than any wall street bullshit.
Cargo pants 2 | 693
28 Mar 2020 #946
Poland will be fine

Exactly,you & me too.I am going nuts in my 40 sq m flat then going in yard in NJ on a hammock.
Joker 2 | 1,411
28 Mar 2020 #947
is a billion times worse than any wall street bullshit.

I totally agree with you. These filthy Chinese are 100% to blame and should be held accountable for all the death and misery they have spread around the world. Its not the first time they have created a virus and we all have to pay the price!

No nation is raping nature more than China

The Chinese commit crimes against nature and the planet. Yet, nobody ever says a word. The American libtard media agrees with Chinese propaganda, just to undermine our President.

Its important that business is pulled out of China

Im glad other countries are taking notice of these commies that haven't any regard for human rights and destroy nature.

The civilized nations should unite and put an end of this abuse that effects all of us, or it will just keep happening.
mafketis 24 | 9,120
28 Mar 2020 #948
These filthy Chinese are 100% to blame

the Chinese Communist Party is to blame.... Chinese people in Taiwan and Singapore acted very well and contained it, it was the lies and coverups (inherent in communist governance) that turned this into a nightmare.
Weimarer 8 | 415
28 Mar 2020 #949
German corporations currently pull out much manufacture from China. Hope others follow.
mafketis 24 | 9,120
28 Mar 2020 #950
Western elites made a bet years ago that massive investment and offshoring of production to China would turn the Peoples Republic of China into a responsible democracy.

It didn't. That experiment is as dead as an Italian pensioner.

Time to move production back home and not depend on the goodwill of communists....
28 Mar 2020 #951

If we agree that communism in an equally evil system as nazism (in Poland it is forbiddent to advocate either), then why on earth
is the USA, the EU, and the rest of free world doing business on such a scale with communist China?

Also, they are destroying the planet with feeling of complete impunity. It's time to do something about it.
Bratwurst Boy 9 | 10,547
29 Mar 2020 #952
I agree!

Where all that outsourcing of labor and production leads to we see just now....
PolAmKrakow 1 | 552
29 Mar 2020 #953
They are saying the peak infection rate should come this week in Poland. Judging by the spike in numbers over the last few days then a larger one yesterday, I have to believe this is true. If the peak is this week though, things will start getting back to a new normal by the end of April here. While in USA, the peak is probably 2 weeks away, and normal is probably June or July. The speed in which this thing traveled is incredible. Calling people home from abroad for every country was just plain stupid, I have to believe this accelerated things everywhere.
Bratwurst Boy 9 | 10,547
29 Mar 2020 #954
How do they calculate that?

There is no talk of a "peak" here in Germany, nor in Italy, Spain or France...

I personally doubt there will a stop till we have a vaccination, not to mention a cure!
29 Mar 2020 #955
They are saying the peak infection rate should come this week in Poland.

I've heard that the peak is expected in early May, and after that the increase of new infections should slow down.

How do they calculate that?

I don't know exactly, but it's not about there not being any new cases, but about slowing down the rate of new infections. I read that in Germany when the number of infected people doubles every 10 days, they will consider that the peak is behind them (currently it doubles every 5,5 days).

It's a strange definition of "peak", I agree.
jon357 63 | 15,660
29 Mar 2020 #956
I personally doubt there will a stop till we have a vaccination, not to mention a cure!

The same. There's every chance it will keep returning.
kaprys 3 | 2,496
29 Mar 2020 #957
What really scares me is that sometimes there are no symptoms or the symptoms are too similar to those of a regular cold or the flu. Now spring's coming. Is your allergy allergy or the virus?
PolAmKrakow 1 | 552
29 Mar 2020 #958
This is not something that will go away. It will be similar to smallpox, and once there is a vaccine for it, everyone will get it. It will likely be one of those required vaccines for every child to gain admission to school. I watched a very interesting program on this last night aptly named Virus.

Mid May is the peak in USA from what I have read. In Poland Ministry of Health is predicting this week and next. Simply because of the early measures taken by the country. Looking at the daily rates, they have been pretty spot on with their earlier predictions.

Krakow is deserted this morning. Waling from Galleria Krakowska to Hala Targowa, I counted 9 people on the street at 8:00 am. Typically many more over the last two Sundays on that same walk. People here taking this very seriously. Empty trams, completely empty, going down the street.
pawian 176 | 14,299
29 Mar 2020 #959
I hope they modified the timetables to adapt to the situation.
jon357 63 | 15,660
29 Mar 2020 #960
An interesting article:
"But there is also a worry that the figures are deflated due to a much lower testing rate than in western Europe"

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