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1 minute ago, donsutherland1 said:

Telemedicine might be available to sift through her symptoms and to determine whether she should be tested.

 

Yes.  Good idea.  

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35 minutes ago, Event Horizon said:

 

The comments under Rita were relentless.

Some significant gaps in the system (access, diagnostics, capacity) were exposed. Quality of care is top-notch. Those gaps will likely be addressed once the pandemic has passed, probably after a national commission reviews the whole experience (what went well, what didn’t, why, what can be done for the future, etc.).

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9 minutes ago, donsutherland1 said:

Several Governors made note today the the bill that will pass the House (tomorrow?) does not address the states’ fiscal gaps. One can imagine a bill that would address that issue.

 

This 1st bill was really for the 4 mill workers 

 

The next bill will address the state gaps

 

The 3rd one will go back to firming up and creating some stimulus 

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1 hour ago, NJwxguy78 said:

Florida is going to be the hardest-hit state in terms of elderly fatalities IMO.  The kinsa map shows atypical fever spread off the charts and the governor hasn’t done anything.

 

sad.

How accurate is that kinsa map?  Seems odd you could tell fevers from that...(however I have no knowledge of how it works)

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2 minutes ago, PB GFI said:

 

I hope you get it brother.

 

The 1st one by passes us but I hope this really helps people.

 

I think @Psv originally said 4 Trillion,  in the end I think its closer to 8

 

 

8 Trillion...wow-imagine calling something like that even a month ago....

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5 minutes ago, Brian5671 said:

How accurate is that kinsa map?  Seems odd you could tell fevers from that...(however I have no knowledge of how it works)


it’s been great at pulling out #of people with fevers above the flu baseline. anyone with a kinsa thermometer plugs into the grid.

 

 

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Just now, Brian5671 said:

8 Trillion...wow-imagine calling something like that even a month ago....

 

It has to be.

It's a full quarter of 0.

24 Trillion $ economy.

 

I am including Mnuchin's 4 Trllion backstop.

 

So there's 6 right there.

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Just now, NJwxguy78 said:


it’s been great at pulling out #of people with fevers above the flu baseline.

 

 

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Can you explain how it works?

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You guys scare the #%&* out of me

 

Just took my temp 98.8

 

Stay safe pls.

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The Kinsa map shows a, well, interesting trend as far as NY(S/C) go...noting a sizable decline in detected fevers in the vicinity.

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33 minutes ago, PB GFI said:

 

Tell Eugene the fact that our CFR is so much lower % wise then all those other shtty socialists  healthcare systems shows how much better the healthcare is here.

 

 

Don’t spike the ball yet-this has yet to hit many of the resource Poor areas in the US which are far worse than many of those socialist countries 

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Will be interesting if we do in fact start to see this weaken a bit as we get deeper into spring? Whether or not it’s seasonal. 

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2 minutes ago, WxInTheBronx said:

The Kinsa map shows a, well, interesting trend as far as NY(S/C) go...noting a sizable decline in detected fevers in the vicinity.

California with zilch-that would be good

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28 minutes ago, wxmd529 said:

Don’t spike the ball yet-this has yet to hit many of the resource Poor areas in the US which are far worse than many of those socialist countries 

 

I am not spiking anything,  I am just happy I'm not in China Spain or Italy.

 

And so are you.

Shhhhh , i will keep that between us.

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Just now, PB GFI said:

 

I am not spiking anything,  I am just happy I'm not in China Spain or Italy.

 

And so are you.

Shhhhh , i will keep that between us.

Come on man. I want a good outcome here just as much as you do. I know better than to make those proclamations that things are better here. They LOOK better today ( and I hope they remain that way) but we have a ways to go 

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Just now, wxmd529 said:

Come on man. I want a good outcome here just as much as you do. I know better than to make those proclamations that things are better here. They LOOK better today ( and I hope they remain that way) but we have a ways to go 

I wasnt aware they looked better today. Could you please elaborate on that?

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8 minutes ago, wxmd529 said:

Come on man. I want a good outcome here just as much as you do. I know better than to make those proclamations that things are better here. They LOOK better today ( and I hope they remain that way) but we have a ways to go 

 

I didn't say the situation looks good,  I said I know the healthcare here is better than those 3 aforementioned countries.

 

Those are mutually exclusive.

 

Unless you want to go on record here seriously disagreeing with those sentiments? 

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1 hour ago, PB GFI said:

 

Tylenol for her fever no Advil and call her GP.

To be honest... If she can stay away from any fever reducers, it might be a good idea. There is still unconfirmed data regarding the safety of Tylenol. Furthermore, you don't want to mask the fever in case it spikes. If she spikes to 101-102 there will be no questioning the need for an ER given world events and her high risk criteria. The quicker the interventions - if this is SARS-CoV-2- the better the outcomes tend to be. Likewise a mask - if she has one- would be advisable as it will protect the healthcare providers and those around her if she is in deed infirm. 

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