Japanese virus expert pessimistic Tokyo will be able to host Olympics in 2021

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  1. landlocked

    landlocked Senior Member

    It's magic this virus, HJ


    btw, SPLC is more of a hate group than most of the the "hate groups" they identify. And I know that you know by now BLM are marxists, their leader said it. It's not ok to be a communist, is it?
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  2. HungryJack

    HungryJack Member

    U.S. sets single-day record for new coronavirus cases for fifth straight day

    The grim reality of the novel coronavirus continued to batter the United States this weekend, with a record 44,782 new cases reported on Saturday, the second day in a row that new cases have risen above 40,000 and the fifth consecutive day setting a single-day record for cases.

    Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and Nevada hit new highs in daily cases reported, while Arizona set a record on current hospitalizations.
    Texas set a record for coronavirus-related hospitalizations for the 16th consecutive day, with 5,523 patients currently being treated. Hospitalizations have risen rapidly since Memorial Day, when there were 1,511 covid-19 patients in the state’s hospitals.

    The numbers come as officials across the country moved to slow their reopenings, with beaches in Florida’s Miami-Dade County closing over the Fourth of July weekend and Washington state pausing the progression of several counties that were on track to enter the fourth and final phase of reopening.

    Facing a surge of new coronavirus cases, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) expressed regret for allowing bars to reopen so early, saying Friday that he did not realize how fast the virus would spread.


    #Promises Made Promises Kept
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  3. iyaman

    iyaman Senior Member

    If the corona virus were a weapon, it's the perfect one. Divide and conquer and that's exactly where we are. I can understand watching the same show and we can all have different interpretations depending where you sit. BUT, different interpretations on the same seat? I just hope that whether you choose or not to maintain social distancing and wear masks, it's because deep down that's what you truly believe to be the right choice. As for me, I'll continue to wear my mask and stay as far away from everyone as possible. However, if your choice is because of political affiliation, FUCK YOU!!!!
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  4. HungryJack

    HungryJack Member

    "Flying Blind"

    Azar warns 'window is closing' on combating Covid spread.

    Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar warned the country Sunday that coronavirus outbreaks in Texas, Florida, Arizona and other southern and southwestern states threaten to spiral out of control without immediate intervention including widespread use of masks or face coverings.

    "The window is closing," Azar said on NBC's "Meet the Press."
    "We have to act, and people as individuals have to act responsibly.
    We need to social-distance.
    We need to wear our face-coverings if we're in settings
    where we can't social-distance, particularly in these hot zones."


    "infringing on my rights"


    PS> Thanks for the warning Alex, we'll give it
    some consideration, but do you realize its the 4th of July weekend
    coming, and we need to be patriotic first.
    Plus, this is just a #scamdemic

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  5. HungryJack

    HungryJack Member

    New York imposes quarantine rules for travelers
    from eight additional states

    On Tuesday, New York added eight more states
    with high coronavirus infection rates to its travelers quarantine order.

    Travelers arriving from California, Georgia, Idaho, Iowa, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada and Tennessee must self-quarantine for 14 days, New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo (D) announced on Twitter. The group joins visitors from Alabama, Arizona, Florida, North Carolina, Texas and Utah who must isolate away from the public for two weeks upon their arrival to the state.

    PS> it is almost like a
    #MAGA Ban :)

    Trump started his term with a Muslim Ban,
    and is now ending his term with a ban placed on his followers.

    :) :p :D

    No striped bass for you!
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  6. HungryJack

    HungryJack Member

    European Union Freezes Out U.S.
    As It Lifts Coronavirus Travel Ban For 15 Nations

    European Union member states decided Tuesday to open external borders starting Wednesday to 15 nations that it deems as having controlled the spread of the coronavirus, excluding, among other countries, the United States, days after John’s Hopkins University data showed that the U.S. accounts for 25% of the more than 10 million confirmed coronavirus cases worldwide.

    Some of the countries allowed:

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  7. HungryJack

    HungryJack Member

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    Fauci warns U.S. could see
    100,000 new coronavirus cases per DAY

    Dr. Anthony Fauci, one of the nation's top infectious diseases experts, told a Senate panel Tuesday that he "would not be surprised" to see the number of daily new coronavirus cases balloon to 100,000 per day if the country does not take action to stop the spread of new infections.

    "It is going to be very disturbing, I will guarantee you that, because when you have an outbreak in one part of the country, even though in other parts of the country they're doing well, they are vulnerable," Fauci continued.

    "We are now having 40-plus thousand new cases a day.
    I would not be surprised if we go up to 100,000 a day if this does not turn around."

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  8. HungryJack

    HungryJack Member


    We were experiencing LINEAR growth with Covid.
    We are now experiencing EXPONENTIAL growth with Covid.

    Idaho, while not a large number of cases, yet,
    is growing daily by 15%.
    In 2 weeks, there will be 700% or 7 times
    the amount of cases today.

    It's the penny on day one, and double every day
    for a month example, exponential growth.
    Or the Hindu story of a grain of rice on a chess board,
    doubled each day.
  9. DenisB

    DenisB Senior Member

    Mask is not a political statement...........its an IQ test!!!!!

    Right on..............having similar problems here in Oz ...........the ignorant/ unthinking / radical few risking the majority........treating social distancing & PPE as political issues instead of commonsense.
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  10. landlocked

    landlocked Senior Member

  11. HungryJack

    HungryJack Member

    Trump surrogate Herman Cain hospitalized with coronavirus weeks after attending Tulsa rally
    Cain has frequently downplayed the risk of Covid-19 on social media.

    Former presidential candidate Herman Cain announced on Thursday that he has been hospitalized with Covid-19, almost two weeks after attending President Donald Trump’s rally in Tulsa, Okla.

    Cain was diagnosed with coronavirus on June 29, nine days after the president's rally, and his symptoms worsened and required hospitalization on July 1, according to a statement from his Twitter account.

    Cain, briefly a frontrunner in the 2012 GOP presidential primary, tweeted a picture on June 20 of himself and others at Trump’s indoor rally.
    “Here’s just a few of the #BlackVoicesForTrump at tonight’s rally! Having a fantastic time!” the caption read.
    (Cain in blue shirt)

    True to form, having learned nothing
    and proving why MAGA are MAGA............

    "Cain has frequently downplayed the risk of Covid-19 on social media. As he was in the hospital Wednesday, Cain’s account tweeted approvingly of the lack of social distancing restrictions at Trump’s upcoming Mount Rushmore event."

    “Masks will not be mandatory for the event, which will be attended by President Trump,”
    Cain wrote on Twitter. “PEOPLE ARE FED UP!”

    PS> cost to taxpayers for that one attendee to the trump rally,
    at least $35,000 in fees charged to the government for his care.
  12. HungryJack

    HungryJack Member

    Looks like more people
    than attended trump's inauguration. :)

    Outside, face masks, moving people, air circulation.
    Inside, no masks, drinking, eating, smoking, stationary people, stagnant air.
    Apple to Apple comparison if there ever was one.

    Looks like the Deep State got in touch with the
    Global Elites, and got the Japanese to play along as well
    with the "Bar Deception"
    There have been no protests in Tokyo.

    "Officials in Japan’s capital Thursday reported 107 new confirmed cases of COVID-19, the highest one-day total for the region in two months.

    Tokyo governor Yuriko Koike told reporters that many of the recent infections involved people in their 20s and 30s and were linked to nightlife establishments.

    She urged workers to get tested for the coronavirus and called on residents to refrain from visiting Tokyo’s nightlife district and remain cautious of spreading the virus.

    She said no one wants to go back to closing businesses and asked everyone to cooperate. "

    PS> Mega city Tokyo, with 107 new cases, should learn
    from the US experts on how to control a pandemic. ;)

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  13. landlocked

    landlocked Senior Member

    can't understand why the media always goes after Florida

    Florida 88 deaths per million, avg positive case age down from 65 to 35
    Texas 165 deaths per million
    NJ 1713 death per million
  14. HungryJack

    HungryJack Member

    Closing Bars to Stop Coronavirus Spread is Backed by Science

    Authorities are closing honky tonks, bars and other drinking establishments in some parts of the U.S. to stem the surge of COVID-19 infections — a move backed by sound science about risk factors that go beyond wearing or not wearing masks.

    In the words of one study, it comes down to the danger of "heavy breathing in close proximity."

    "Congregation at a bar, inside, is bad news,"
    Dr. Anthony Fauci told a Senate panel Tuesday.
    "We really have got to stop that."

    “We’ve got to make sure that when states start to try and open again, they need to follow the guidelines that have been very carefully laid out, with regard to checkpoints,” Fauci said. “What we’ve seen in several states are different iterations of that, perhaps maybe in some, going too quickly and skipping over some of the checkpoints.”



    In an appearance on Fox News Tuesday,
    Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick told host Laura Ingraham,
    “I don’t need his advice anymore,”
    when they were discussing the nation’s top infectious disease doctor, Anthony Fauci.

    “Fauci said today that he’s concerned about states like Texas that skipped over certain things,” Patrick said in a clip from the June 30 show.
    “He doesn’t know what he’s talking about. We haven’t skipped over anything.

    The only thing I’m skipping over is listening to him.

    Patrick claimed Fauci “has been wrong every time on every issue,”
    but did not elaborate.

  15. HungryJack

    HungryJack Member

    Coronavirus cases traced to East Lansing Harper’s Brew Pub rise to 152

    EAST LANSING, MI – Coronavirus cases linked to East Lansing bar Harper’s Restaurant and Brew Pub have soared to 152.

    The surge in cases was reported on July 2. The infections spread to 13 counties around the state, according to the Detroit Free Press. Some of the cases reported are considered secondary cases, meaning people who were not at the pub contracted the virus from being in close contact with those who were, according the Free Press.

    Of the new number of cases,
    128 people said they directly visited the bar with the rest being secondary cases, according to the Free Press.
    First-hand cases range from people aged 18-28,
    with secondary cases ranging from 16-
    63, according to an article from the Detroit News


  16. HungryJack

    HungryJack Member

    While one can find the ignorant in any country in this world.
    Please, do not forget,
    this is America,
    and we are #1 when it comes to ignorant and uninformed.
    We even take a top down approach,
    and elect them to the highest office in the land.
    Nobody will ever out ignorant the US!! :)

    Alabama Students Hold COVID-19 Parties to Get Infected

    Officials in the southern U.S. city of Tuscaloosa, Alabama unanimously passed an ordinance this week mandating the wearing of face masks in public as a COVID-19 precaution after learning students were holding parties to see who could catch the virus first.

    Council members heard Tuesday from Fire Chief Randy Smith, who investigated reports of the parties.

    Smith said he and his staff thought the reports of parties in the city and throughout the surrounding county were merely rumors. But he said doctors and state officials they spoke with were able to confirm the reports are true.

    Council Member Sonya McKinstry told ABC News she also had investigated the reports and
    said organizers of the parties purposely invited people who had tested positive for COVID-19.
    Partygoers would put money in a pot and

    whoever got the first infection would win the cash.

    PS> Alabama is ranked #50, LAST,

    for education in grades K-12
    and ranked #47 for Higher Education.

    This is Kimmey, she is a Hair Stylist from Alabama,
    also an aspiring Epidemiologist and Constitutional Lawyer
    on the weekends, when she is not cheering at High School Football games.
    To the left is her friend Becky Sue, with the upside down sign,
    she is still working on her cosmetology certificate.
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    :) :D :p :)
  17. HungryJack

    HungryJack Member

    Kimberly Guilfoyle,
    Donald Trump Jr.'s girlfriend,

    tests positive for coronavirus

    Guilfoyle was supposed to be in South Dakota on Friday.

    (Your girlfriend looks like a man, baby)

    The Lakota Sioux Native Americans
    are working their magic mojo
    to revenge the insult to their people.
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    They want Big Corona for Big Chief
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  18. HungryJack

    HungryJack Member


    Bar employees tested positive for COVID-19 —
    and kept working, Arizona officials say

    Managers at an Arizona bar had employees who tested positive for COVID-19 continue working, the state’s Department of Liquor Licenses and Control said.

    Varsity Tavern
    in Tempe, Arizona, violated multiple Arizona liquor laws to protect customers, according to the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control.

    “Multiple instances where [management] require[ed] or permit[ted] employees and managers known to have tested positive for COVID-19 to continue working,” the state department said in a news release. “[Management] fail[ed] to take appropriate measures to notify the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) or other agencies, employees, or customers that employees who had tested positive had worked while symptomatic.”

    PS> Arizona, a proud Red MAGA State,
    is ranked #45 in Education in the US.

  19. HungryJack

    HungryJack Member


    Spreading the "MAGA Love"

    Tulsa health department says contact tracers 'inundated' as city hits a new single day case high

    President Donald Trump’s campaign rally in Tulsa in late June that drew thousands of participants and large protests “likely contributed” to a dramatic surge in new coronavirus cases, Tulsa City-County Health Department Director Dr. Bruce Dart said Wednesday.

    Tulsa County reported 261 confirmed new cases on Monday, a one-day record high, and another 206 cases on Tuesday. By comparison, during the week before the June 20 Trump rally, there were 76 cases on Monday and 96 on Tuesday.

    When asked if the cases in Tulsa are going up due to the rally on June 20, Dart said that there were several large events a little over two weeks ago.

    "I guess we just connect the dots," Dart said.

    :) :D :p