On Saturday, March 7, 2020 at 3:37:56 PM UTC-5, 999Vulcan wrote:
On Saturday, March 7, 2020 at 3:20:41 PM UTC-5, Dmitry Krivitsky wrote:
On 3/7/2020 11:13 AM, 999Vulcan wrote:
Statement by a quarantined nurse from a northern California Kaiser facility
The public county officer called me and verified my symptoms and agreed with testing. But the National CDC would not initiate testing. They said they would not test me because if I were wearing the recommended protective equipment, then I wouldn’t have the coronavirus.
What kind of science-based answer is that? What a ridiculous and uneducated response from the department that is in charge of our health in this country.
когда они, наконец, начнут тестировать при первом чихе, как в европе и азии, кейсы удесятерятся
А CDC у нас подчиняется кому?
А вице-президент на брифинге не далее как вчера вещал, что благодаря
мудрому руководству президента (он это повторил раз десять) все у нас
отлично, тестов у нас дофига, а скоро будет еще более дофига, и всем на
Ну и кто у нас врет?
как всегда, Окраинец
It’s one of the most urgent questions in the United States right now: How many people have actually been tested for the coronavirus?
This number would give a sense of how widespread the disease is, and how forceful a response to it the United States is mustering. But for days, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has refused to publish such a count, despite public anxiety and criticism from Congress.
Through interviews with dozens of public-health officials and a survey of local data from across the country, The Atlantic could only verify that 1,895 people have been tested for the coronavirus in the United States, about 10 percent of whom have tested positive.
The figures we gathered suggest that the American response to the coronavirus and the disease it causes, COVID-19, has been shockingly sluggish, especially compared with that of other developed countries. The CDC confirmed eight days ago that the virus was in community transmission in the United States—that it was infecting Americans who had neither traveled abroad nor were in contact with others who had. In South Korea, more than 66,650 people were tested within a week of its first case of community transmission, and it quickly became able to test 10,000 people a day.
а Д тут ещё гыгыкал по-идиотски, когда я запостил про первый confirmed case of community transmission
а теперь оно уже по всей стране, и карта выглядит, как будто в неё выстрелили из ружья: