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What is Covid like in your area?

 
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What is Covid like in your area?
I live in Eugene, OR and I’m seeing in the news our hospitals are at capacity like this - [link to kval.com (secure)]

My neighbor works on one of the Covid floors in this hospital. She used to think this was BS too, because when we last locked down, she said they only had 3 Covid patients. Now they have 36 on ventilators and quite a few more going to need them soon. She says she’s been seeing more people in their mid 20’s- early 40’s coming in and says it’s mostly unvaccinated people. I’m not shilling for the vax, I haven’t taken it myself. But I’m curious what is it like in the rest of the country? What is the vaxxed vs unvaxxed ratio like in your hospitals? Are they at capacity too?
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Talked about, worried about, pathetically regulated, laughed about, and invisible. The invisible enemy.

Or more accurately: the imaginary enemy.

Oops . . . time to wash my hands for five minutes and then return to the task of digging mass graves.
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How am I trolling? I’m genuinely curious what’s happening in other parts of the country.
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It's all bullshit.
I am a higher dimensional being who sees truths from beyond the limitations of time and physical space. I am here to enlighten the masses.
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No mask requirements. Seems like the only people affected are those you would expect: elderly, immunosuppressed. Peace.
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Hospitals getting overwhelmed. The outer islands have very small hospitals and have to send some patients to Oahu. Kauai, for example, has only 7 ICU beds. But Oahu is seeing the largest spike in cases and their hospitals are filling up too.
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How am I trolling? I’m genuinely curious what’s happening in other parts of the country.
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you’re talking about a false situation as if it’s real.
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Re: What is Covid like in your area?
It does seem like more young people are getting it worse than last year. But this raises three possible reasons.

1. Those people did not get it in 2020 are getting it for the first time in 2021.

2. The newer mutations are more vicious against the younger, healthier people.

3. We have high vaccination rate, which could be causing the more aggressive mutations and spreading. It's very odd to have this many cases in August, and I suspect the vaccine is the reason.
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Brother and family of 5 got it 2 weeks ago.. Beat it has loss of taste and smell..
Another friend who is hardworking flooring guy has it now and getting worse I heard today and in the hospital now..

Been hearing that it is going around beyond my inner circle.
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Not too much here. Nobody seems really concerned. I can’t say what the hospitals are doing.

I was at the urgent care to get my leg checked out for some bad bruising. Me and one other person there. Really quiet. Guy walks in asking for a Covid test and says he has symptoms. Barely any concern. No separation. Just walk right in. Lol.

My feeling was that this is fake as fuck. Even the medical people don’t give a shit. Nobody asked if I had symptoms. Nobody asked if I had the jabber. Nobody is concerned at all here.

This is all media hype and coercion.
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Not too much here. Nobody seems really concerned. I can’t say what the hospitals are doing.

I was at the urgent care to get my leg checked out for some bad bruising. Me and one other person there. Really quiet. Guy walks in asking for a Covid test and says he has symptoms. Barely any concern. No separation. Just walk right in. Lol.

My feeling was that this is fake as fuck. Even the medical people don’t give a shit. Nobody asked if I had symptoms. Nobody asked if I had the jabber. Nobody is concerned at all here.

This is all media hype and coercion.
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They gotta set up another LOCKDOWN by the end of October at the latest, ya know.
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Re: What is Covid like in your area?
Last Monday, a group of doctors and one head nurse appeared on local TV in Savannah, Ga. TV saying that the hospitals were overwhelmed.

In Augusta, Ga., local news said that ambulances were being diverted because of lack of beds in certain hospitals. Over a thousand children are in quarantine.

Yesterday, the Georgia governor called in the National Guard to augment staff in certain hospitals in the state.

In Columbia, SC, 1700 students are in quarantine in one district. Lexington Medical has stated that there was,a serious staff shortage at the hospital.

Also in South Carolina, in June, the daily cases were a little over one hundred per day. This week, it's approaching 4,OOO per day.
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Re: What is Covid like in your area?
It does seem like more young people are getting it worse than last year. But this raises three possible reasons.

1. Those people did not get it in 2020 are getting it for the first time in 2021.

2. The newer mutations are more vicious against the younger, healthier people.

3. We have high vaccination rate, which could be causing the more aggressive mutations and spreading. It's very odd to have this many cases in August, and I suspect the vaccine is the reason.
 Quoting: StayCurious


As to number 3 on your list, the Delta variant is the reason. It's 1000 (official) times more contagious than the others.
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As to number 3 on your list, the Delta variant is the reason. It's 1000 (official) times more contagious than the others.



Hmm, well that's interesting. My wife and I go out to shop at least once a week here in Cali. It's always busy out here so there's no way to avoid crowds. I would be really surprised if we both have not been exposed to it in 2020.

I knew someone recently back in my home states of Kansas, he is 77 or 78, and he got delta last week. He had to go to the hospital for a few days in Wichita. He was unvaxxed, and he recovered. No word on if he had permanent damage, but he did get out and seems okay.
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As to number 3 on your list, the Delta variant is the reason. It's 1000 (official) times more contagious than the others.
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Hmm, well that's interesting. My wife and I go out to shop at least once a week here in Cali. It's always busy out here so there's no way to avoid crowds. I would be really surprised if we both have not been exposed to it in 2020.

I knew someone recently back in my home states of Kansas, he is 77 or 78, and he got delta last week. He had to go to the hospital for a few days in Wichita. He was unvaxxed, and he recovered. No word on if he had permanent damage, but he did get out and seems okay.


And your point is ...?
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As to number 3 on your list, the Delta variant is the reason. It's 1000 (official) times more contagious than the others.
 Quoting: StayCurious



Hmm, well that's interesting. My wife and I go out to shop at least once a week here in Cali. It's always busy out here so there's no way to avoid crowds. I would be really surprised if we both have not been exposed to it in 2020.

I knew someone recently back in my home states of Kansas, he is 77 or 78, and he got delta last week. He had to go to the hospital for a few days in Wichita. He was unvaxxed, and he recovered. No word on if he had permanent damage, but he did get out and seems okay.
 Quoting: Lurker since 2003


And your point is ...?



I was just sharing info. Not sure what to make of everything going on right now.
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 Quoting: Lurker since 2003


As to number 3 on your list, the Delta variant is the reason. It's 1000 (official) times more contagious than the others.
 Quoting: StayCurious



Hmm, well that's interesting. My wife and I go out to shop at least once a week here in Cali. It's always busy out here so there's no way to avoid crowds. I would be really surprised if we both have not been exposed to it in 2020.

I knew someone recently back in my home states of Kansas, he is 77 or 78, and he got delta last week. He had to go to the hospital for a few days in Wichita. He was unvaxxed, and he recovered. No word on if he had permanent damage, but he did get out and seems okay.
 Quoting: Lurker since 2003


And your point is ...?
 Quoting: StayCurious



I was just sharing info. Not sure what to make of everything going on right now.


That is... propaganda. That which you shared?
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Re: What is Covid like in your area?
With lane county having a population of 400k the fact that 50 sick people overwhelmed the healthcare system is the real doom not covid.

If we had the healthcare of Japan or Germany we should have 3,000 beds in the county enough to deal with those numbers 50 times over.


But like everything the Pacific northwest is woefully unprepared for a catastrophe event.

It's something that boggled my mind when I moved here.

No air condition, no preparation. No call boxes on the highways.

Hell half the bridges were built at the turn of the century and are delalpitated.

Honestly it's laughable, I lost power for 24 days during the massive snowstorm 2 years ago.

Luckily Im aware of how unprepared they are and have off grid systems to compensate.

The only way we had our roads cleared was locals with their tractors.

Just because we have a criminally inadequate healthcare and infrastructure system doesn't mean we have a covid problem.

We have a Portland problem...
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Re: What is Covid like in your area?
it never existed.

just like everwhere else

jsut normal flu and bacterial pnuemonia deaths.

nothing different from 2019

jsut a bunch of bullshit since then

same death rate exactly too.

how odd

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There are not even overflow ICU beds so if tou get in a car accident you are fucked.
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Yep...news worthy but non existent.
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Re: What is Covid like in your area?
With lane county having a population of 400k the fact that 50 sick people overwhelmed the healthcare system is the real doom not covid.

If we had the healthcare of Japan or Germany we should have 3,000 beds in the county enough to deal with those numbers 50 times over.


But like everything the Pacific northwest is woefully unprepared for a catastrophe event.

It's something that boggled my mind when I moved here.

No air condition, no preparation. No call boxes on the highways.

Hell half the bridges were built at the turn of the century and are delalpitated.

Honestly it's laughable, I lost power for 24 days during the massive snowstorm 2 years ago.

Luckily Im aware of how unprepared they are and have off grid systems to compensate.

The only way we had our roads cleared was locals with their tractors.

Just because we have a criminally inadequate healthcare and infrastructure system doesn't mean we have a covid problem.

We have a Portland problem...
 Quoting: Truthseeker2011




Man that is true!! I remember seeing something about Oregon being in the last 5 states per capita for hospital beds in the US. 👀
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Re: What is Covid like in your area?
95% fatality rate.

2-6 billion people dead worldwide.

survivors like starving hyenas.

2 more weeks and there won't be anyone left.

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only 12 payments of $1499.

that's the whole covid box set, folks. every episode.

check or money order.

the greatest show on earth.

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poorly conceived, and ill-managed at best.

3.22 thumbs down.

I want my stimulus check, now!

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In Indiana, the news reports say we now have more cases everyday than we ever had at the beginning of the pandemic in March 2020. There were over 5,000 new cases yesterday in a single day and 10 deaths in my County alone!

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about as common as a snowball in hell
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There are not even overflow ICU beds so if tou get in a car accident you are fucked.
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I heard car accidents are up 20% so far this year..I believe it after seeing so many guardrails being completely destroyed on I-85 & I-95 recently.
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Re: What is Covid like in your area?
Honestly , I would not even know of Covid if it wasn't for the news and work emails. But we seem to have over 260ish people that tested positive for Covid at work since it came out last year. We have to wear mask at work and they are pushing the vaccine as hard as they push LGTBQQ b.s..I figure it won't be long before they say the clot shot is mandatory. Then I guess 22 years working here are down the drain ...
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Ohio

Sine August 17th - average of 3k plus new cases per day.

In last 2 days, more than *4k new cases per day

* This is the highest number since January

I look for tomorrow to be above 5k new cases. We will see.

Last Edited by ancha on 08/26/2021 05:58 AM
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