Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Missouri Docs Warn Of COVID 2021

Here's a glimpse at medical pessimism and another year of pandemic lockdowns following the Show-Me State reaching 100K infections.

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Doctors: COVID-19 Likely With Us for at Least Another Year

ST. LOUIS (AP) - Leading St. Louis-area doctors are warning residents to brace for at least another year of living with the coronavirus. The region, covering portions of both Missouri and Illinois, has surpassed 1,500 COVID-19 deaths and more than 54,000 confirmed cases since the first positive test in March.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

The Hong Kong Flu is still with us. The Spanish Flu is still with us. The Wuhan SARS virus will always be with us. This is not news.

Anonymous said...

^^^ but Covid is killing far more people you dumbshit.

Just wait till your mamma gets it.

Anonymous said...

Fear! You guys, people are wising up to the silly media driven panic and want to restart their lives. What can we do? More fear! Perfect!

Anonymous said...

If she does, according to actual research and not your piss-stained fear, without a co-existing compromised status she survives 95%.

Anonymous said...

^^^ You callous prick. 1000 patients hospitalized with it in Missouri. Go give them a hug and then tell us about fear. Dipstick!

Anonymous said...

@11:04, you do of course realize that MO's total deaths from all causes is only at 101%. That in no way shape or form justifies the destruction of our State and smaller local economies. That in no way justifies the attack on our individual liberties. This is a political power grab by entrenched progressive elements at the unelected level.

Anonymous said...

That excess morbidity is probably due to undiagnosed and untreated conditions that emerged during the Kung Flu panic.

Anonymous said...

I don't have to teach you about fear, you're an expert.

Anonymous said...

@12:02, well, to be fair an estimated 1% increase over their trendline is likely meaningless, well below a statistically significant change. Heck, right now its equivalent to 17 people ***insert disclaimer: yes, yes, I'm heartless, any loss of life is super duper tragic, and we should kill our ability to support ourselves and our families over even a single loss of life: end disclaimer*** that increase in overall deaths could be accounted for our current increase in murders this year.