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    Covid cases by province in Europe. It's interactive.
    https://www.infodata.ilsole24ore.com...box=1593406676

    Almost 80% of deaths linked to Covid-19 in Europe were in people over 75 https://wsj.com/articles/new-data-reveal-just-how-deadly-covid-19-is-for-the-elderly-11593250200?shareToken=st980d905a335e4c75b0d5c6169 5508257 via @WSJ


    Biggest block being infected in U.S. today? 20-29 year olds. Probably most don't see their grandparents, so perhaps the impact will be minimal in terms of fatalities



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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela View Post
    Covid cases by province in Europe. It's interactive.
    https://www.infodata.ilsole24ore.com...box=1593406676

    Almost 80% of deaths linked to Covid-19 in Europe were in people over 75 https://wsj.com/articles/new-data-reveal-just-how-deadly-covid-19-is-for-the-elderly-11593250200?shareToken=st980d905a335e4c75b0d5c6169 5508257 via @WSJ


    Biggest block being infected in U.S. today? 20-29 year olds. Probably most don't see their grandparents, so perhaps the impact will be minimal in terms of fatalities

    Except the ICUs are filling up in Texas and Arizona. Florida we have a bit of breathing room yet but not for long.

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    A scandal is developing here in the U.S. surrounding "contract tracers"... apparently if one of your relatives test positive (guy who brought this issue to Twitter's attention said it was his girlfriend's brother-in-law that tested positive), you and your entire family all contacted and are assumed to have the virus. It's entered into the system as such. Even if you have zero symptoms.

    What does this do the overall count? Think it might be inflated?

    Also, there are reports of folks (especially parents) being bombarded with vaccination questions when visiting their doctors. I personally have experienced this regarding the standard flu shot over the past two years or so (with a ratcheting up of "encouragement" each subsequent visit), now it is next level harassment with Covid leading some to wonder if physicians aren't being financially rewarded by big pharma for pushing this mindset-- even though there is no vaccine available currently.

    Also, I had to call the office of a local infectious disease doctor in my city because he went on the radio and breathlessly warned everyone about the sky-rocketing numbers of infection. What he didn't mention is that we averaged thirty fatalities a day in April and we are at about three now. I told him he was acting improperly given his position of expertise... because he wasn't telling the entire story.

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    Exposure to the common cold could provide some measure of immunity to Covid-19, a new study suggests.
    The key to this immunity lies in T-cells, a type of white blood cell that helps the immune system fight off viruses, which experts believe may have just as important a role to play as antibodies in fighting off the virus.
    Researchers at Tubingen University in Germany compared blood cells from patients who had recovered from Covid-19 with those that had not had the disease.
    Their research, published on the pre-print server Research Square and not peer reviewed, showed that 81 per cent of the 185 people they tested who had not had the disease had a T-cell response to Sars-Cov-2, the virus that causes Covid-19.
    And this immune response was linked to previous exposure to common cold coronaviruses, the researchers found.

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/exposure-...070636122.html

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    Well, I'm constantly getting colds, so I guess that's now a good sign?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela View Post
    Well, I'm constantly getting colds, so I guess that's now a good sign?
    I usually get a cold once a year except this year. Uh, oh...

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    Just speaking to some real estate brokers and inspectors yesterday. June was the busiest real estate month for them in the last twenty years. Buyers are bidding for houses, and the houses are all going above asking price.

    Where are all these new buyers coming from? Manhattan, Queens and Brooklyn.

    DeBlasio is destroying New York.

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    Angela: This is a really interesting study that just came out, lots of the heavy hitters and players involved. It relates to COVID-19 and Neanderthals! Very interesting. I will defer to you or the other advisors on where this goes in a thread. Do we have any Neanderthal experts here that can chime in? So were the Neanderthals immune from this and over time as Neanderthal DNA is selected out, moderns get more susceptible to COVID-19. Does Higher Neanderthal DNA make one less likely or more likely to die from it? Some preliminary evidence that I got from the Paper is in a comparison of Spaniards and Italians, the ones with higher Neanderthal Chromosome 3 seem to have higher risk and this Chromosome was in the Neanderthal from Croatia dated 50K years ago. I am going to look for more on this but it is really fascinating.

    https://www.deccanherald.com/science...dy-857223.html

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    Cashew Cardiology co-directs a study to treat critically ill patients with COVID

    IT IS AN INVESTIGATION OF THERAPY WITH STEM CELLS OF THE ADIPOSE TISSUE

    The Cardiology service of the Gregorio Marañón General University Hospital, together with the University of Navarra Clinic, the Jiménez Díaz Foundation University Hospital and the Salamanca University Hospital have led a multicenter investigation of cell therapy with stem cells from adipose tissue for the treatment of critically ill patients of COVID-19. Through a compassionate use program, authorized by the Spanish Agency of Medicines and Health Products (AEMPS), they have shown that in 75% of patients treated with this therapy, inflammation decreased and the activity of their immune system increased. This research has just been published in EClinicalMedicine, a journal that belongs to The Lancet group.

    https://www.comunidad.madrid/noticia...criticos-covid

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    What great news!

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    Very interesting study about mortality rate differences between TB vaccinated individuals and unvaccinated individuals and countries. A very telling example is the difference in mortality rates between East Germans (vaccinated) and West Germans (unvaccinated), with the East Germans having a mortality rate that was 3 times less than the West Germans. It seems that the TB vaccination confers general immunity vs covid-19 specific immunity.

    https://www.pnas.org/content/early/2.../07/2008410117

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