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CoViD-19 It’s over, all but the shouting.

solus

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first, surprised you care dougie...

second, i don't care...

third, ...
 

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Considering they are classifying deaths NOT CAUSED BY COVID 19 as COVID 19 deaths, this is a pure sham.
 

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In cases where a definite diagnosis of COVID–19 cannot be made, but it is suspected or likely (e.g., the circumstances are compelling within a reasonable degree of certainty), it is acceptable to report COVID–19 on a death certificate as “probable” or “presumed.” In these instances, certifiers should use their best clinical judgement in determining if a COVID–19 infection was likely. However, please note that testing for COVID–19 should be conducted whenever possible. [my bolded emphasis "should be conducted"]

An accurate count of the number of deaths due to COVID–19 infection, which depends in part on proper death certification, is critical to ongoing public health surveillance and response. When a death is due to COVID–19, it is likely the UCOD and thus, it should be reported on the lowest line used in Part I of the death certificate. Ideally, testing for COVID–19 should be conducted, but it is acceptable to report COVID–19 on a death certificate without this confirmation if the circumstances are compelling within a reasonable degree of certainty.

bottom line ~ no testing mandated and report as your tired, worn out body can...yepper its the virus which kill'd them!
 

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Meanwhile, the shape of the reported case versus date rate curve has not changed.

The quoted material is exceptionally intelligible.

There are studies sugggesting that the virus is significantly mutating at a rate visible even over the short term that we have been watching its genomics. The report that I have found informative suggests 100 changes in various proteins and, significantly, a half-dozen changes in the Spike ‘S-protein’. That quashes dreams of immunity and vaccine, analogous to influenza.

Today Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza A(H7N3) is reported in a North Carolina commercial turkey flock.
 

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Meanwhile, the shape of the reported case versus date rate curve has not changed.

The quoted material is exceptionally intelligible.

There are studies sugggesting that the virus is significantly mutating at a rate visible even over the short term that we have been watching its genomics. The report that I have found informative suggests 100 changes in various proteins and, significantly, a half-dozen changes in the Spike ‘S-protein’. That of immunity and vaccine, analogous to influenza.

Today Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza A(H7N3) is reported in a North Carolina commercial turkey flock.
well dougie, sorry to note, i am truly not sure where to begin with your vague, incoherent post...

the quoted material ~ what quoted material?

there are studies ~ what studies?

suggesting ~ what?

the report~what report?

oh the - quashes dreams ~ whose dreams?

as for the relevance of the turkey shock & awe nonsense...cited reference, quote:

Date of confirmation of the event: 8 Apr 2020
Reason for notification: Recurrence of a listed disease
Date of previous occurrence: 11 Aug 2017
Total outbreaks: 1

Epidemiology
Source of the outbreak(s) or origin of infection: Unknown or inconclusive

The premises has an epidemiological link to another South Carolina premises affected recently by low pathogenic avian influenza (LPAI) H7N3

https://www.oie.int/wahis_2/public/...?page_refer=MapFullEventReport&reportid=33951 quote:
Highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) H7N3 was confirmed on one commercial meat-type turkey premises in Chesterfield County, South Carolina. The premises has an epidemiological link to another South Carolina premises affected recently by Low pathogenic avian influenza (LPAI) H7N3.

SpeciesSusceptibleCasesDeathsKilled and disposed ofSlaughtered
Birds 341601583325770

not sure your point on bringing up NC turkey pathogens when SC seems to be the epicenter?

so dougie, to clarify for everyone's edification the point of your posted material; there are studies; the report; quashed dreams; let alone the relationship of the NC turkey influenza from the SC turkeys, is what?
 
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