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Here's how you grieve 100,000 lives:

You wear a mask at the damn grocery store and you wash your hands and you keep your distance and you show kindness to cashiers and you follow the simple rules put in place to keep people healthy and alive because that's what decent human beings d…

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----> "...unnecessary worry"

unnecessary?

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@avs

I drew no conclusion. Thanks for the links that agree with the data I pointed out.

Because coronavirus is more than just a respiratory virus, it also attacks the endothelium leading to strokes, heart attacks, and pulmonary embolisms in people with no apparent underlying c…

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@LP

---> "Please tell the media to stop scaring people, because this pandemic really only impacts the elderly."

You're using numbers from Loudoun County and then concluding that the entire pandemic only impacts the elderly.

...People ages 20 to 44 account for 20% of C…

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Yes, after the first wave subsided, people returned to their lives as if the flu had "disappeared". This was an open invitation for the second wave that was much more devastating.

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Ad nauseam

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Here's how you grieve 100,000 lives:

You wear a mask at the damn grocery store and you wash your hands and you keep your distance and you show kindness to cashiers and you follow the simple rules put in place to keep people healthy and alive because that's what decent human beings d…

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@scottva

I won't apologize for repeating myself here since you managed to post the same comment no fewer than 7 times in this thread. I have reported it to the monitor.

Please read this:

To Mask or Not to Mask: Modeling the Potential for Face Mask Use by the General Publ…

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@LO

---> "nick, here's an actual study from NIH."

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7153751/

Did you even read it, LoudounObserver? It's not "an actual study from NIH". It's an article printed in the Annals of Internal Medicine seven weeks ago about a group…

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@SD

This is the question asked:

---> "so why are the schools shut down and everything else when most deaths are people in nursing home type settings"

I was responding to the idea that because only seniors die, it's safe to open up schools. The point being made is that…