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Coronavirus in Poland


Weimarer 10 | 620
11 Apr 2020 #1,381
@Spike31

Bullshit. Germany counts same way as does Italy and Spain. Infact evryone who is tested for corona antibodies and dies is called as victim. So numbers might infact even be lower.

Germany has more ICU than any other nation on the planet. And one of the most powerful healthcare systems in the world.
Myopinion2020
11 Apr 2020 #1,382
What is Sars-CoV-2 mutates and comes back by October 2020? The herd immunity is not sufficient strategy as it does not take into consideration that antibodies someone may or may not develop might last only for 6 months etc.
PolAmKrakow 1 | 434
11 Apr 2020 #1,383
COVID will come back. Just like Spanish flu came back in 1918. They are already talking about it. People in my business already coming up with restart, stop and restart plans. Bird flu, swine flu, all of these just like regular flu are never eradicated once they start. Even Polio and other disease has survived, although in limited cases. Vaccine is the only hope for the majority of people. Multiple reports of people already getting sick a second time now.
Crow 139 | 8,609
11 Apr 2020 #1,384
Russian army arrived in Italy. Can you even imagine development that bringing Corona?

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At the same time EU and NATO solidarity collapsing while countries struggle to steal from each other, medical equipment that can be useful against virus.

What is next? Serbian army in Poland on Baltic? Well, it could be truly something. Or in Germany, in Saxony, Bavaria? In Arkona? In Lusatia??
Spike31 3 | 1,637
11 Apr 2020 #1,385
Bullshit

With 122,171 confirmed cases and 2,736 deaths Germany is well within backets: 3.34% mortality rate. This is the exact number WHO estimated for global chinese flu mortality rate*. In Poland it is 3.22%

So I would say German results are normal, only when compared to more panicky nations like Italy and Spain (who counted on a new Marshall Plan and pumped up those numbers) it seems unnatural.

who.int/dg/speeches/detail/who-director-general-s-opening-remarks-at-the-media-briefing-on-covid-19---3-march-2020
Weimarer 10 | 620
11 Apr 2020 #1,386
@Spike31

You even fail math. Try again.

2700 from 12200 is not 3.34%...it is 2.2%

Dude learn basic math.
Spike31 3 | 1,637
11 Apr 2020 #1,387
Try again.

You're right. The calculation program is glitched. 2.2% it is
Crow 139 | 8,609
12 Apr 2020 #1,388
By my informations, and those are valuable, all goes well for Poland after COVID-19. First, USA stays included in countries (three counties) that dictate rules in the world. Second, power of Vatican and entire western Europe will be reduced. Third, Serbia will be stronger.
jon357 63 | 15,214
12 Apr 2020 #1,389
We should expect a spike here in about 2 weeks; a lot of people visiting relatives for easter.
johnny reb 23 | 4,518
12 Apr 2020 #1,390
And a whole bunch of Christmas & New Years babies. :-)
Cargo pants 2 | 476
12 Apr 2020 #1,391
LGBTQ people have 50% more chance to die;
lgbtqnation.com/2020/03/lgbtq-people-higher-risk-coronavirus/
PolAmKrakow 1 | 434
12 Apr 2020 #1,392
Went to Katowice on Friday back to Krakow today. Streets were empty, no traffic at all really. I think more people stayed home then went someplace.
jon357 63 | 15,214
12 Apr 2020 #1,393
And a whole bunch of Christmas & New Years babies. :-)

The Coronaboomers.

I think more people stayed home then went someplace.

It's more the small towns that are a worry.
cms neuf - | 1,589
12 Apr 2020 #1,394
coronavirus/

50 percent more likely to smoke (without bothering to read about it, often it has having kids that makes straight people stop aged around 30).
More likely to live in big towns

That's the two main reasons.

There will be a baby boom followed by a baby drought - people need to get out and mate and that requires meeting in pubs, drinking, dancing, having weddings etc.
Ironside 49 | 10,311
12 Apr 2020 #1,395
hat requires meeting in pubs, drinking, dancing, having weddings etc.

Not necessary. There use to be arranged marriages and in some parts of t he worlds those are still on

I think more people stayed home then went someplace.

Yet you are galivanting do you have a really good reason for it?
PolAmKrakow 1 | 434
12 Apr 2020 #1,396
@Ironside

Yes. Thanks for asking, I had to work. Couldnt be avoided and actually had a letter with approval to travel in case I needed it. Galivanting? Havent heard that word in years. lol
Ironside 49 | 10,311
12 Apr 2020 #1,397
actually had a letter with approval to travel

Good!

Corona is SARS not a flu. some people are still confused about it.
Crow 139 | 8,609
12 Apr 2020 #1,398
Ursula vs. Hungary

I just heard that hysterical German Ursula threatened Hungary over Hungarian measures due to Corona event. What that Germany thinks? How is possible anyone to allow itself freedom to threaten other countries over their sovereign actions? In what world we live?
Weimarer 10 | 620
12 Apr 2020 #1,399
@Crow

The same world where we beat Serbia into mush and took Kosovo from you.
Joker 1 | 1,586
12 Apr 2020 #1,400
I think more people stayed home then went someplace.

Most ppl are obeying in Chicago except for a few that go galavanting to the grocery store.

By my informations, and those are valuable

Its the most comical thing Ive read today😂😂😂

Do you really think anyone believes a word of your rubbish propaganda?
Cargo pants 2 | 476
12 Apr 2020 #1,401
China still has more then double cases then Poland and going up.
epidemic-stats.com/coronavirus/china
Was almost 70 degrees here and sunny ,so went out for a walk with a friend for almost 5 miles,Cops everywhere in pairs but didnt question us at all.In fact they even told us to go through the saski park,when my friend asked them if we could.Time for some zurek she bought me now:)
kaprys 3 | 2,369
12 Apr 2020 #1,402
@Crow
Polish doctors also went to Italy to help. Not sure about other countries.
I hope that answers your question about European solidarity.
jon357 63 | 15,214
12 Apr 2020 #1,403
Most ppl are obeying in Chicago except for a few that go galavanting to the grocery store.

Our normally quiet neighbourhood is full of people walking in groups today. There will be a spike in figures (with a corresponding spike in deaths) in about a fortnight.
Crow 139 | 8,609
12 Apr 2020 #1,404
Polish doctors also went to Italy to help.

Only God can help to Italy.

question about European solidarity.

Europe exist but EU is a fiction.
Joker 1 | 1,586
12 Apr 2020 #1,405
China still has more then double cases then Poland and going up.

Unfortunately, we cant believe the reported numbers or anything else the Communist Chinese Government spews out.

Our normally quiet neighbourhood is full of people walking in groups today

I seen a few couples walking around by themselves and several bicyclists riding about.

No more basketball for the bros either....Parks and rec departments have removed rims, tied the nets to rims and placed wood over rims.

usatoday.com/story/sports/basketball/2020/03/31/basketball-rims-removed-nets-tied-prevent-games-public-courts-coronavirus/5095142002/

It could still be possible to play with a mask on, just saying...... Im getting tired of being cooped up all the time too! A bike ride sure sounds good right about now!

Polish doctors also went to Italy to help

I had a feeling Poles would step up and help their neighbors👍
Bratwurst Boy 6 | 10,590
12 Apr 2020 #1,406
An interesting timeline comparing Germany's and UK's actions against the virus side by side....

buzzfeed.com/albertonardelli/coronavirus-timeline-uk-germany-comparison-johnson-merkel
jon357 63 | 15,214
12 Apr 2020 #1,407
A bike ride sure sounds good right about now!

There's some doubt about whether or not people can do that here; certainly some people were riding bikes today.

From Thursday, people have to wear masks, or at least cover their faces.
cms neuf - | 1,589
13 Apr 2020 #1,408
You can cycle in the streets for exercise as long as you keep a distance. You can't cycle in the forest. Illogical nonsense of course.
johnny reb 23 | 4,518
13 Apr 2020 #1,409
No personal pleasure boats or jet ski's here so go figure that one out.
They must know something they aren't telling us.
PolAmKrakow 1 | 434
13 Apr 2020 #1,410
@johnny reb

Thats crazy. If social distancing is the key to flattening the curve, then 6 feet away is pretty easy to accomplish anywhere but within the confines of a city. The idea that cutting off access to recreational areas and activities where its easier to social distance in favor of funneling everyone into confined spaces will keep the virus spreading simply because people will break the rules. Australia has people on the beaches, and everyone is social distancing. This really isnt as difficult as some in the government would make it.

Still cant get over the masks requirement taking a week before enforcement, and a month into quarantine. Hilarious really. When the numbers indicate a flattening of the curve now, there is only one reason to continue to try to control the masses.


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