Ci-Nick wrote: ↑
Gledam podatke za New York,.. nema drugog talasa, i vjerovatno ga neće biti.
Svi će morati stići do određenog procenta inficiranih da li u jednom, dva ili tri talasa sve zavisi od brojeva.
Mozda zato sto je virus napao siromasne, napucene kvartove? A bogatuni su se zakljucali na vrijeme. I to je tebi ok?
Inace hvaliti drzavu sa drugom najvisom smrtniscu u USA je
Evo drzave u USA koja je imala najveci uspjeh, ako te vec zanima. Ali tako je kad se slusa stuka:
The odds could have been stacked against the state. The virus arrived in Vermont during the first wave sweeping the country. It shares borders with some of the hardest-hit states and has the third-oldest population in the country.
But Vermont swiftly flattened its initial wave and has since gone weeks at a time without any new confirmed deaths. Fewer than 60 people have died, giving the state the second-fewest deaths per capita behind Alaska, which has seen surging caseloads in recent weeks. If the country as a whole had the same per capita death rate as Vermont, the nationwide death toll would be 30,000 instead of more than 215,000.
"This should be the model for the country, how you've done it," Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, said during a briefing with state leaders in September. "Notwithstanding that this is a small state, it should be the model of how you get to such a low test positivity that you can actually start opening up the economy in a safe and prudent way."
https://www.politico.com/amp/news/2020/ ... ssion=true