Discussion in 'Higher Learning' started by bnew, Mar 28, 2021.
naw, cac needs to stay in his name... he's far more a cac than he is a mamba.....
COVID-19 death rates by state: March 26
Here is a breakdown of COVID-19 deaths per 100,000 people in all 50 U.S. states and Washington, D.C. The data was last updated at 7:05 a.m. CDT.
Note: These are the latest numbers available.
New Jersey: 274
Population: 8.9 million residents
New York: 253
Population: 19.4 million
Population: 6.9 million
Rhode Island: 246
Population: 1.1 million
Appears more people die in blue states...
*waits for goalpost to be moved*
did you read the article?
As of today more lives have been lost in blue states...
More deaths, and worse economies...
Lets just keep our fingers pointed at Trump and quit trying to make this red vs blue.
you're the one who brought up the economy and unemployment as a rebuttal to the analysis of a pandemic response.
Texas COVID numbers decrease 17 days after mask, other restrictions lifted
Yes... thats because red states have decided that risking more Covid cases is an acceptable cost for greater economic stability.
Not saying its the wrong or right call... but it should be factored in.
This will always be the fundamental difference. They just value human life less. Not much you can do to argue with someone like that.
fewer tests, fewer cases.
As COVID-19 cases decline across Texas, testing rates are dropping, too
maybe you dont have to test people who wouldnt have even knew they had it,and naturally slept it off in a day or two what the fukk is that even accomplishing?
we're at the "the vaccine is out and we're giving it out asap" stage. testing barely sick people is NOT changing the urgency of the vaccine effort