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  1. Guys like Gottlieb seem to consistently be a step or two behind. And this is for all the China apologists of this board. And there are plenty.
  2. He's been more accurate then some of the sources you've posted. Just sayin'
  3. And this seems important. We should get some clarification on that.
  4. The people will not comply. Friday and Saturday in my city/town was also busy, people out and about everywhere.
  5. Looks like deaths are beginning to bottom out for this wave. Right at around 500 deaths per day 7 day rolling average. my hunch is next week we begin to see it rise to around 550-600 7 day moving average by the end of the week. Wouldn’t be surprised to see it peak in about a month around 750-800 a day and then head back down again.
  6. This seems noteworthy I decided to look it up and it checks out. ——-The percentage of deaths attributed to pneumonia and influenza (P&I) increased to 8.2% and is above the epidemic threshold of 7.2%. ————— https://www.cdc.gov/media/releases/2020/s0404-covid19-surveillance-report.html
  7. Small drop from last week We hit the target I had at 500 deaths per day 7 day average. I don’t think it goes too much lower from here. Not this wave.
  8. Texas positive tests going up but deaths are remaining remarkably flat. How much longer can that hold out? I would expect it to rise by at least 50% which all considered would not be that bad at all.
  9. This is also noteworthy Two main distinctions between this and the other studies. The criticisms of the other studies was that the dose was wrong. This study used a different dosage from previous studies. And the other distinction was that this was used in "early treatment". Which is the other point that many had made that HCQ was better for early treatment not once they were severely ill.
  10. Huge Employment Report! The recovery is certainly over performing expectations on just about every metric. The only one where it continue to slightly under perform are weekly jobless claims, which goes back to the cross currents that I have mentioned a few times. Now that we have some rollbacks and pauses, I wouldn't expect the gains to increase from this huge blow out 4.8 million number. My guess is that the gains from here moving forward will be much more tempered. With that said, the hole that we have to dig ourselves out of are MUCH MUCH less shallow than where we believed we'd be in the beginning of July. There were economists who didn't believe we'd reach 11% unemployment until the end of the year. I had predicted that we could be at around 10% by the end of the year, I would say based off of what we are seeing, We could possibly be at around 7-8% by then. With that said, I do think it's going to get a lot tougher pretty soon.
  11. I doubt it would be on the dashboard but I wouldn’t be surprised if he had that data presented under some sort of graphic for his communications.
  12. More regarding the COVID hospitalizations that aren’t COVID related. That’s quite amazing
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