Some serious mental gymnastics and broad brush painting.YOU may not care about the panels but that doesn't change the fact that OTHER people did.....the SAME people that support letting the virus travel freely so we can keep the economy going, who somehow think the economy would be immune to the effects of the coronavirus.
Irony at it's finest.
fear is the killer... 6 to 12 months... riiiiiight... this is a man made ecconomy killer...
Your quote above was your reply to the Docs previous posts...if i may ask two questions...
how fast does this virus mutate?
and is that normal for a virus?
as a point of interest, Guadalajara comes from the arabic `Wādī-al-Ḥajāra´. the mexican town was named after nuno de guzman who was born in guadalajara, spain.If heat kills the virus, Mexico is hotter than the U. s., well be flocking there like people move to the desert for respiratory problems now. Guadalajara will be the new Miami.
my employer just put up a notice. all covid19 testing and treatment will be paid 100% by employer, no need to use insurance or HSA.How much will the hospital bill be for the average infected person?
And will that prevent people from presenting themselves for admission?
Twenty or so years back I went through a five pound bag of individually wrapped caramels in two days. Put the bag on the passenger seat of my truck and pretty much just ate them constantly. The passenger side floor was cushy with little cellophane wrappers.You too?
Put a 3lb bag of Haribo gummy bears in front of me and watch me lose 52 years of age in an instant.
You are going to need to explain that. Innoculation for a completely different flu virus has not been shown to improve outcomes in other viruses as far as I know...Yes; inoculation amount matters. Initially docs in China were getting faces full of virus wearing no PPE; they had fulminant disease and died in days.
Consider that a vaccine uses a small amount of a (usually) weakened or inactivated virus. You may get a mild case but are immune. So amount of inoculation matters greatly.
That isn't at all what he said. Read it again.You are going to need to explain that. Innoculation for a completely different flu virus has not been shown to improve outcomes in other viruses as far as I know...
Got the gretest respect for you Simon, but science is science.
You are on the frontlines man. Respect
It's always a good time to check on how you will face your own mortality.
Makes the transition much easier with a lot less drama once you get to a good place with it.
If you're not okay with facing it, look at the why that is part, in yourself.
You can either become accepting of the inevitable or you can make up some excuse or fantasy about why you're so upset.
I've been trying to tell some of you. I've been indirectly involved in these conversations at HFH for a while now.The Henry Ford Health System in Michigan has prepared their 'worst-case scenario' life-and-death plan- they confirmed this letter is legit (it's a bit hard to read, but the full text is in the article linked below)- it's in line with what Simon posted in this thread:
Henry Ford Health Systems confirmed early Friday the accuracy of a letter being circulated by doctors and others on social media.www.freep.com
And I suppose everyone will just intubate themselves?I find it ironic that everybody is now somehow entitled to be on a ventilator when they can't breath for themselves.
Why not just require everybody to own one in case they get sick? Like the obamacare mandate for insurance.