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    Thanks Angela :smile:

    Thanks Angela :smile:
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    I think the world changes so fast with the...

    I think the world changes so fast with the coronavirus. There is a need for many major changes that people are talking about, and some of them have been taking place already. Our new Marshall Plan...
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    I think that EU countries should be assisting...

    I think that EU countries should be assisting each other with medical facilities and actually sending the doctors to team up with the regions with the most cases.
    And it should be not just a...
  4. Thanks for explanation, Maciamo! I was really...

    Thanks for explanation, Maciamo! I was really puzzled about that multitude of strains in Iceland alone.

    The important issue is response from the immune system -
    I secretly hope that I've...
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    In my imagination Greece is the country of plenty...

    In my imagination Greece is the country of plenty - we have the Greek civilisation because Greek cities managed to produced more than consumed themselves and thus trade and arts flourished ...
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    https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explained...

    https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explained/images/f/fb/Travel_receipts_and_expenditure_in_balance_of_payments%2C_2013%E2%80%932018.png
    Germans are the best spenders, according to Eurostat...
  7. The article does not say it - only that the so...

    The article does not say it - only that the so called more aggressive (do they meant contagious?) strain has been found only in Iceland so far.

    Otherwise there has been 40 (!!!!) COVID-19 strains...
  8. To make things even more complicated, COVID-19...

    To make things even more complicated, COVID-19 has been mutating - and a person can get infected with two strains of coronavirus at the same time!
    As one commentator put it - forget about COVID-19,...
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    Somehow I do not want all things to go back as as...

    Somehow I do not want all things to go back as as before.

    Overspending, overconsuming, overpolluting, overworking, having no time for family and people whom you really like being with - many...
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    https://scontent.fvno2-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/s9...

    https://scontent.fvno2-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/s960x960/89949090_3077378395614506_1533891876925472768_o.jpg?_nc_cat=1&_nc_sid=8024bb&_nc_ohc=Y8uXS7SITGwAX-8U8WW&_nc_ht=scontent.fvno2-1.fna&_nc_tp=7&o...
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    EU Marshall Plan for Europe 2020

    EU leaders to consider ‘Marshall Plan’ for Europe

    https://www.politico.com/news/2020/03/25/michel-eu-leaders-to-consider-marshall-plan-for-europe-148703

    In a draft statement prepared ahead of...
  12. This is so interesting! I think novel coronavirus...

    This is so interesting! I think novel coronavirus teaches us many things - one about reducing air pollution, especially fine particle pollution caused by diesel car exhaust.
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    Keep well everyone, especially you Angela! I...

    Keep well everyone, especially you Angela!
    I think being emerged in the topic is not good for anyone. Even if you think you are a very rational person and do not worry at all.

    I am making a...
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    How are you now, Angela?

    How are you now, Angela?
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    I have been having some symptoms, too: -...

    I have been having some symptoms, too:

    - strange headache (some 10 days ago for several days)

    - diarrhea - just for several days - off and on (the very funny thing, the dog gets it too after...
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    How are you and you family members now, Maciamo?

    How are you and you family members now, Maciamo?
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    Poor pangolins are NOT the culprits - responsible...

    Poor pangolins are NOT the culprits - responsible for being intermediary for coronavirus!

    "A recent study (under review) shows a genome of the coronavirus isolated from the Malaysian pangolin —...
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    https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/eid/images/05-0979-F1.gif ...

    https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/eid/images/05-0979-F1.gif

    This is the statistic on Spanish flu mortality rate in the UK. It is not 10% as in one of the pictures above, but 0.5% during its first wave or 2.5%...
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    The calculation is quite impressive. It would be...

    The calculation is quite impressive. It would be wise to get some effective prevention measures not to get all serious cases coming up at once.

    Regarding China, according to a weather map...
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    I presume there were much more testing done in S....

    I presume there were much more testing done in S. Korea than in the Netherlands, therefore it is safer in S. Korea now than in the Netherlands. Testing and tracking down contacts is the key for...
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    But if we compared number of recovered people to...

    But if we compared number of recovered people to number of deaths (outcome of deaths), the overall fatality rate is about 6%. (and 94% recovered)...
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    Somehow I don't trust Chinese statistics. Even if...

    Somehow I don't trust Chinese statistics. Even if it re-emerges, they would not show it, as it would be too costly economically and perhaps politically for the Chinese Communist Party. Only good news...
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    I am afraid that health official are very...

    I am afraid that health official are very bureaucratic in many countries - in the US they really messed up the testing and now the containment efforts have largely failed there.
    In Lithuania we...
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    Health care system is very good in Northern...

    Health care system is very good in Northern Italy, so hopefully they will manage to provide ICU help to most serious cases.
    I don't think it is fair to blame Italy, the rapid spread of coronavirus...
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    I don't think it matters who spread the virus to...

    I don't think it matters who spread the virus to whom in Europe. The question is how to handle the situation in the best way.
    It is still unclear, for instance, if people can get this virus by...
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