How the Coronavirus Infected 80% of Countries in One Month (2.16-3.16)

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0 1. Dennyboy commented 14 days ago

Excellent.
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+1 2. snotraddict commented 14 days ago

It's a small world after all all....
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+1 3. tomthecabinboy commented 13 days ago

It would be interesting to see the same map with:

Normal Influenza or Cancer or Malaria or Death in Child Birth or Death by Smoking or Alcohol or the infection of HIV

Just for comparison

You can find those stats here under the Health section.


https://www.worldometers.info/
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+3 4. Judge-Jake commented 13 days ago

#3 Please tell us you are not one of the 'It's just a bad cold' brigade? For I am sick of those people as they are tossers!
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+1 5. tomthecabinboy commented 12 days ago

#4
No not at all.
BUT According to WHO more than 2.8M people have DIED from communicable disease alone around the world from the 1st of Jan 2020 to Today.

How does that even compare to COVID-19 which has killed 10,062 in roughly same time frame?
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0 6. snotraddict commented 9 days ago

#5 It's a new one and the rate of spread is what's most concerning. In our lifetime, have we seen a new disease overwhelm every country's healthcare system it's landed in? The normal infections we have every year don't overwhelm the system. As far as I know, Italy has dealt with their yearly diseases relatively well. This year it's a catastrophe, right? In the US where the cases are growing, many hospitals are at or over capacity, and we're just at the beginning of the curve. Slowing the spread is the idea, right? If we hadn't taken some of the serious measures on this, it quite well could have been a lot worse. And might still.