Friday, May 08, 2020

Kansas COVID Undercount Alleged

The debate over numbers finally hits the local MSM news given that NOBODY believes what they're seeing on the news any longer.

Here's the argument . . .

Kansas Health Department's Hopeful-Looking COVID-19 Assessments Are Drastically Undercounting Cases

As leaders in Kansas have plotted the state's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, they've pointed to a set of data-driven guidelines and a website filled with what appears to be encouraging news about the virus.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

one has to believe what one sees firsthand--and not much else--in this era of fake news and fake everything.

firsthand, testing at nursing homes like brighton gardens hasn't happened and many people are dying.

hence, kansas and johnson county government leaders have failed.

Anonymous said...

Of course there is an undercount...you can't determine what percentage of the whole is infected if you don't test the whole. That can't happen, so you have to assume the total infected are somewhere between what you have tested and the whole. For all their intellectual preening, progressives really come across as stupid.

Anonymous said...

^^^Idk, maybe the federal government could help out here with making some testing available. Hahaha, nevermind, the WH has outsourced all that shit to anyone but the WH.

Leadership!

Anonymous said...

JoCo has an F in public health.

Citizens expected better.