99.999% Chance You Won’t Get The Virus!

Jon Stoppable

Well-Known Member
April 24 WHO situation report:

2,626,321 confirmed infected (81,529 increase in last day, or 3.2%).

World population: 7,780,032,000

99.966% not confirmed infected.

US cases from CDC website:

April 23 total cases: 865,585

US population: 329,554,048

99.737% not confirmed infected.

See you tomorrow.
 

Jon Stoppable

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April 25 WHO situation report:

2,719,897 confirmed infected (93,716 increase in last day, or 3.6%).

World population: 7,780,248,000

99.965% not confirmed infected.

US cases from CDC website:

April 24 total cases: 895,766

US population: 329,558,346

99.728% not confirmed infected.

See you tomorrow.
 
933,933 cases from Johns Hopkins. Had a bump of +38,958 new cases yesterday (highest so far). On the bright side the CV deaths were lower than they have been the previous three days.
 

mbd

Well-Known Member
Number 1 reason for the CV deaths is the obesity factor
Take the top 6 lowest obesity countries, and 4 of them have 0 deaths
India and Bangladesh the other 2 that have deaths . But if you look at the total population, India and Bangladesh have very low death rates. These countries healthcare is 100 times worse than US.
Vietnam is the least obese country and they have 0 deaths.
7 of the 13 least obese countries have 0 deaths 😉
The 6 that have CV, it is very low percentage compared to the population.
Bangladesh population 161 million, and more dense than NYC... I did see 2 guys in the clip that had little extra pounds, but rest of the population did not look obese, no ac, living outdoors .
Weather -hot and humid
 
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mbd

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Or their reporting is off. They aren't exactly doing a lot of testing.
No, they are not obese, it means they are heathy. They are poor so maybe they cant eat Pizza or a burger 😉 every day.
37% of the US people obese vs 2.1 Vietnamese :thumbdown:
 
No, they are not obese, it means they are heathy.
That's because they have no food. That isn't healthy. And if you think they only have 26,283 cases you're crazy. The population density is insane. Way more are dying of CV19 and it's just not being reported as such.
 

mbd

Well-Known Member
Weather, age, congestion also plays into the total deaths, but if you are 100 years old and not obese, CV will not kill you.
 

mbd

Well-Known Member
take Japan vs Italy
Japan is the oldest vs 2 Nd oldest Italy
Japan in the top 10 least obese , but death rate way lower than Italy .
South Korea also in the least obese
They are testing and reporting, they don’t gain anything by lying about the deaths.
Koreans / Japanese Americans way obese than their homeland people. Korean/Japanese from NY and NJ will have a higher death rate than the Korean/Japanese back home. At least 20 lbs more heavy in the US.
 
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shirleyujest

Active Member
Do the math, there’s almost Eight Billion people in the world and let’s say One Million people have the CoronaVirus then that means you have a 99.999% chance of NOT getting it so again, do the math. Last year over 400,000 people died from the flu in the entire world and I don’t remember hearing about it!
The thing you're not considering is that there's a vaccine for the flu, which apparently is not being utilized by a lot of people. There IS NO VACCINE FOR THE CORONAVIRUS. So do you really want to take the chance of getting this virus, and possibly dying?
 

Jon Stoppable

Well-Known Member
April 26 WHO situation report:

2,804,796 confirmed infected (84,900 increase in last day, or 3.1%).

World population: 7,780,471,000

99.964% not confirmed infected.

CDC website not updated yet today. Lazy humans.

See you tomorrow.
 

rideshareMN

Well-Known Member
April 26 WHO situation report:

2,804,796 confirmed infected (84,900 increase in last day, or 3.1%).

World population: 7,780,471,000

99.964% not confirmed infected.

CDC website not updated yet today. Lazy humans.

See you tomorrow.
They need a BEAR in charge...our resident bear does not let up on the mauling!
 

TXUbering

Well-Known Member
April 26 WHO situation report:

2,804,796 confirmed infected (84,900 increase in last day, or 3.1%).

World population: 7,780,471,000

99.964% not confirmed infected.

CDC website not updated yet today. Lazy humans.

See you tomorrow.

Not confirmed infected >< not infected.

Might as well add "not confirmed infected" to "not confirmed NOT infected".
 

ace_OFF_base

New Member
Do the math, there’s almost Eight Billion people in the world and let’s say One Million people have the CoronaVirus then that means you have a 99.999% chance of NOT getting it so again, do the math. Last year over 400,000 people died from the flu in the entire world and I don’t remember hearing about it!
Thats absolutely correct... its FACT... Mathematically theres almost zero chance to get this f**kin thig,... But we've got a massive pressure by media and government and everybody around us to belive that that 0.000000000001% is us!!! And when it comes to our dear life, even that 0.000000001 counts!!! Thsts the human nature... And those people on top know where to put their finger!!! Whats they're pursuing, i don't know...
 
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