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    Quote Originally Posted by Frezzinghot View Post
    So whats the actual percentage you will die from it? 0.01%?
    Seems to depend on which country you live in. The global average is 21%

    - NZ in full lockdown is currently running at 0.013%.
    - Sweden with voluntary isolation is currently 41%.
    - USA 36%
    - Germany is doing pretty well at only 5%
    But it's early days yet.
    Last edited by Learning; 20-04-2020 at 10:47 AM. Reason: Updated Sweden's number to last updated recoveries. 16th April

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    Some rough numbers of my own please feel free to research and scourn me, I enjoy it.

    Sweden's population just over 10 million
    New Zealand's population just under 5 million

    Sweden's yearly fluctuating mortality rate 90 thousand
    New Zealand's yearly fluctuating mortality rate 30 thousand.

    Im picking in 12 months both countries death rate will be more or less the same perhaps slightly lower because everyone washed their hands 20 times per day.

    In 12 months nobody is going to care about the *virus * anymore just like nobody cares who won the 2019 Rugby championship (South Africa won remember?do you care?)

    Humans are an odd creature we forget world events easily yet our own self importance is all that matters for the day.

    WHO cares King Jeffa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffa View Post
    Sweden's population just over 10 million
    New Zealand's population just under 5 million

    Sweden's yearly fluctuating mortality rate 90 thousand
    New Zealand's yearly fluctuating mortality rate 30 thousand.

    Im picking in 12 months both countries death rate will be more or less the same perhaps slightly lower because everyone washed their hands 20 times per day.
    So you would expect Sweden's Covid-19 mortality rate would be double or triple NZ's then? What if I told you it's currently 126 times? 1511 to NZ's 12.

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    Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters says there is "no value" in trying to save people who have coronavirus if it means greater social damage is caused.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Learning View Post
    So you would expect Sweden's Covid-19 mortality rate would be double or triple NZ's then? What if I told you it's currently 126 times? 1511 to NZ's 12.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Learning View Post
    Seems to depend on which country you live in. The global average is 21%

    - NZ in full lockdown is currently running at 0.013%.
    - Sweden with voluntary isolation is currently 73%.
    - USA 36%
    - Germany is doing pretty well at only 5%
    But it's early days yet.
    When I clicked this link: https://www.worldometers.info/corona...ountry/sweden/

    The numbers for Sweden were 1511/13822. Somewhat below 73%. Where'd you get your number from?
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    Also, this just in: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_Z9AC9-oyg

    Expert (and yes he is a bona fide one, I'll leave it to you to Google his qualifications etc.) says it's no worse than the flu.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffa View Post
    What if I told you cocaine was the number one drug of choice preferred by Aucklanders in the upper middle class...Invest in property!
    I'd call BS on that.

    My guess would be:
    1.Money.
    2.Shopping.
    3.Tea/coffee/red bull for the kids.
    4.Alcohol.
    5.Sex.
    But, as a topic, Sweden is more on point, don't you think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davo36 View Post
    When I clicked this link: https://www.worldometers.info/corona...ountry/sweden/

    The numbers for Sweden were 1511/13822. Somewhat below 73%. Where'd you get your number from?
    The data is from the same site. The statistic is for completed cases, those either fully recovered or died. There's no point measuring total or active cases yet as it will be 2-8 weeks before an outcome is known.

    But as Sweden hasn't released an updated recovered total since 16th April I'll roll back the numbers to that date:
    1,333 dead and 550 recovered gives a mortality rate of 41%.

    However I must point out that there is no requirement to test rest homes deaths for Covid-19 in Sweden at present. This is despite over a 1/3rd of rest homes in effected areas having confirmed cases.


    Quote Originally Posted by Davo36 View Post
    Also, this just in: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_Z9AC9-oyg

    Expert (and yes he is a bona fide one, I'll leave it to you to Google his qualifications etc.) says it's no worse than the flu.
    I'm wondering which flu he's referring to?

    The US flu season 2018-2019 (Nov 18 - Apr 19) recorded just over 61,000 deaths. This was the worst flu season for decades. Based on these deaths the CDC raised the official upper expected seasonal flu death rate to 61,000. Currently the CDC estimates a flu season fatality rate of 12,000 to 61,000. Remember that's over a six month period.

    In the last 30 days alone more that 40,000 Americans have died of Covid-19 or it's complications. I don't care what cereal box he got his qualifications from, that is not an average flu.
    Last edited by Learning; 20-04-2020 at 10:44 AM.


 

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