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Confirmed is close to 700k not 800k and also how do you know there will be many more to come? I mean you don't worry about TB, HIV or flu deaths like this do you? Why this virus?I'm saying millions because confirmed is close to 800k and we know not all Covid deaths have been reported, and there's many more to come.
Despite what other diseases people die from every year, hospitals are sorta coping.
Because we have not that many cases and deaths because of the intervention. Exponential growth in outbreaks is nasty. Action between doing something or not doing something can be orders of magnitude - e.g. 10,000 deaths vs. 100,000 deaths.
Don't fall for the ruse.The good news is we already have. So none of the above, in terms of cases. The highest number of new cases over a 7-day rolling average occurred on July 19 and is now steadily on the decline.
COVID-19 Cases Trend Graph: South Africa
In terms of deaths, that's a lagging indicator:
COVID-19 Deaths Trend Graph: South Africa
Have you considered that they are testing less because there are simply fewer people who are screened and deemed to need a test?Don't fall for the ruse.
The only thing in decline is the amount of testing being done.
We have pretty much reached rock bottom, our daily numbers are a joke.
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We actually have over 50k new daily cases but they are only testing +/- 20k people a day where we should be testing at the absolute least 250k people a day (seeing as the 25% positivity rate is remaining steady)
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