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  1. #7531
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    Quote Originally Posted by drt1010 View Post
    Jorge, you need both types of test. One to identify the spread and the other to determine immunity. It is imperative to know the overall infection rates in a given area and track it's spread. The exponential infection rates we have discussed are determined and predicted by these numbers. It allows public health professionals to plan a response and prepare treatment protocols. Immunity testing is valuable for the reasons mentioned above. The two go hand in hand. You can;t test for immunity without first testing and identifying the infected.
    Let's approach this from a more visceral perspective

    If the clap was going around most sexually active people would get tested to know if they had it and if they needed treatment and needed to keep It in their respective pants for a couple weeks.


    If posada got tested and had the clap, he'd have to stop hooking up (That presumes he actually does, which is a shaky presumption)

    So he would he would argue that testing didn't matter and made no sense.

    Then the entire community of trolls would be infected and and clinics would be overrun, preventing Drs from giving kids stitches for merry go round falls, resulting in them having scars.



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    Florida shade tree mechanic.
    I have no words!

    https://twitter.com/i/status/1276161205028126721

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    Quote Originally Posted by goingfor28 View Post
    Another record! Covid19 Champs!

    But more tests done, right? Have the ratios of tests done in a day to cases classified in a day changed much?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brett05 View Post
    But more tests done, right? Have the ratios of tests done in a day to cases classified in a day changed much?
    We need to slow down the testing, is that the point? Less tests less infection?

    Seven states are reporting new highs for current hospitalizations, according to data tracked by The Washington Post ó Arizona, Arkansas, California, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas ó as the number of infections continues to climb across the South and West. More than 800 covid-19 deaths were reported in the United States on Tuesday, the first time fatalities have increased since June 7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drt1010 View Post
    We need to slow down the testing, is that the point? Less tests less infection?
    Nope, never suggested that at all.
    But folks need to compare apples to apples not apples to cars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brett05 View Post
    Nope, never suggested that at all.
    But folks need to compare apples to apples not apples to cars.
    OK. Fair enough. Please explain your above comment. I'm old, a little dense at times. Humor me.

    "But more tests done, right? Have the ratios of tests done in a day to cases classified in a day changed much?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by drt1010 View Post
    Florida shade tree mechanic.
    I have no words!

    https://twitter.com/i/status/1276161205028126721
    After you seen what has been going on in California you really are going to still attack Florida?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brett05 View Post
    Nope, never suggested that at all.
    But folks need to compare apples to apples not apples to cars.
    Last I checked which was early last week, the percentage of positive tests had humored from 4,7 percent to 8.9 (I think. It was almost but not quite doubled).
    So People were testing positive at a higher rate

    The only good thing is hospitals arenít getting overrun

    There is no evidence based on DNA or RNA that the virus has mutated to a less deadly or dangerous contagion bit we are certainly treating it more effectively



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    Quote Originally Posted by Posada20 View Post
    After you seen what has been going on in California you really are going to still attack Florida?
    Wasn't attacking Fla. just the idiot in the pic. It was completely unrelated to the virus. Skin a little thin Jorge?

    I have a home in Fla., I pay taxes to Fla., the best fishing I have done was in Fla., the keys have some some of the most beautiful beaches in the US. South Fla. food, culture and energy is second to none. I love the state. Can't stand the governor or the rampant racism and red neck mentality in some parts of the state.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinkotheclown View Post
    Last I checked which was early last week, the percentage of positive tests had humored from 4,7 percent to 8.9 (I think. It was almost but not quite doubled).
    So People were testing positive at a higher rate

    The only good thing is hospitals arenít getting overrun

    There is no evidence based on DNA or RNA that the virus has mutated to a less deadly or dangerous contagion bit we are certainly treating it more effectively
    Humored. Thank you clown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drt1010 View Post
    Wasn't attacking Fla. just the idiot in the pic. It was completely unrelated to the virus. Skin a little thin Jorge?

    I have a home in Fla., I pay taxes to Fla., the best fishing I have done was in Fla., the keys have some some of the most beautiful beaches in the US. South Fla. food, culture and energy is second to none. I love the state. Can't stand the governor or the rampant racism and red neck mentality in some parts of the state.
    Just attacking the guy in the pic? You have to excuse me if I am a bit skeptical of your statement . I mean if what you said was true then why didnít you post that in the OT thread?
    Last edited by Posada20; 06-25-2020 at 01:16 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Posada20 View Post
    Just attacking the guy in the pic? You have to excuse me if I am a bit skeptical of your statement . I mean if what you said was true then why didnít you post that in the OT thread?
    Why? Is it you?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Posada20 View Post
    Just attacking the guy in the pic? You have to excuse me if I am a bit skeptical of your statement . I mean if what you said was true then why didnít you post that in the OT thread?
    OK you win. You are absolutely correct in your assessment. I did it to piss you off. I see I was successful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinkotheclown View Post
    Last I checked which was early last week, the percentage of positive tests had humored from 4,7 percent to 8.9 (I think. It was almost but not quite doubled).
    So People were testing positive at a higher rate

    The only good thing is hospitals arenít getting overrun

    There is no evidence based on DNA or RNA that the virus has mutated to a less deadly or dangerous contagion bit we are certainly treating it more effectively
    Good point. Covid-19is an RNA virus. RNA viruses, like the flu and measles, are more prone to changes and mutations compared with DNA viruses, such as herpes, smallpox, and HVP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drt1010 View Post
    OK you win. You are absolutely correct in your assessment. I did it to piss you off. I see I was successful.
    I figured you did it because you were bored

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