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3 if you include the one that's on the way
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OS China cases is starting to look pretty logistic
It looks like South Korea may be trending logistic as well. Unfortunately the US and other countries are looking exponential at this point. (I wonder how much is due to increased testing vs. actual virus spread)

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/
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It looks like South Korea may be trending logistic as well. Unfortunately the US and other countries are looking exponential at this point. (I wonder how much is due to increased testing vs. actual virus spread)

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/
It's tough to know with the US because of our whole let's not test anyone strategy. Makes me wonder if we'll just see a spike in cases once the US starts testing but that it'll similarly be following some logistic path? Fingers crossed anyway...
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It looks like South Korea may be trending logistic as well. Unfortunately the US and other countries are looking exponential at this point. (I wonder how much is due to increased testing vs. actual virus spread)

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/
Not exponential. Worse. Parabolic.
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If someone is 'trolling' as a vile human being, they are likely a vile human being.
I mean, staying home and trolling is considered safe. I'd rather have people do than than go out to public spaces and increase exposure to coronavirus.
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3 if you include the one that's on the way
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Are you also okay killing your neighbors and family?
That's just a bit of an overreaction. It's already community spreading in Kentucky. It has likely been doing so for a while now as I suspected based on what they know on the people who have it after the first few tests were run. I just don't see a reason to change behavior when I already believe and data is confirming that this thing is widespread where I live because I am not going to prevent the spread of anything. A rector in Washington DC came to Louisville and went home with the disease. 2 people in Lexington and 3 in tiny Cynthiana have been tested positive and they aren't linked to any of the known outbreaks and they aren't linked to each other. It's already everywhere in this state if that is the case. Like I said I'm not preventing anything. I will certainly wash my hands like I always do and stay home when I am sick like I always do as well. I will not stop living, I will refinance my mortgage and buy stocks.
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Fulton County public schools (which is the largest county in Georgia and is 90% of Atlanta) are closed tomorrow and not sure when will reopen. A teacher was confirmed with coronavirus. yikes!

https://www.cbs46.com/news/fulton-co...bc1a75055.html
One of my wife's high school friends works at the school involved. According to her, 911 was called because the teacher fainted and fell, like all those videos some of you twerps were claiming were "pranks" or otherwise not real.

Anecdotal, I know so I googled it and it seems like she was correct:

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“The decision comes after Engine 15 responded to a person fainted call last Friday at Bear Creek Middle School. Since responding to the incident, the individual in question has tested presumptive positive for the Coronavirus,” the city said.
https://www.ajc.com/news/local/firef...SnARH1D3EGcAI/
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