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Ahavati said:Hahaha! Priceless!

“Sorry Sunshine, this is the wrong place”

America deserved that burn; it's apalling how we've handled this virus.



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We are truly blessed to be living in such a beautiful and unprecedented period of time! This is nothing but a planetary reboot being accomplished through the gobal timeout of the corona virus. It's bringing the fruition of shadows to light so that they can be healed by the light.

The corona virus is a natural evolution of the earth; the fear virus is that of man perpetuating those fears upon others. What about the viruses of love, the virus of compassion, the virus of belief, the virus of hope that we will emerge from this and build back better because it's who we truly are. Those are the viruses I choose to embrace.

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Well well. . .

Sweden is moving away from its no-lockdown strategy and preparing strict new rules amid rising coronavirus cases

Sweden's health officials are set to unveil strict new coronavirus rules for local regions to impose.

The country opted against lockdown measures in response to the first wave of the pandemic.
Growing case numbers in areas like the cities of Stockholm and Uppsala, however, have prompted a rethink.

Authorities in the worst-affected areas are set to have the power to strongly recommend people to avoid public transport, busy public places, and contact with those considered most vulnerable.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.businessinsider.com/sweden-shifts-away-no-lockdown-strategy-amid-growing-case-numbers-2020-10%3famp


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Ahavati said:Well well. . .

Sweden is moving away from its no-lockdown strategy and preparing strict new rules amid rising coronavirus cases

Sweden's health officials are set to unveil strict new coronavirus rules for local regions to impose.

The country opted against lockdown measures in response to the first wave of the pandemic.
Growing case numbers in areas like the cities of Stockholm and Uppsala, however, have prompted a rethink.

Authorities in the worst-affected areas are set to have the power to strongly recommend people to avoid public transport, busy public places, and contact with those considered most vulnerable.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.businessinsider.com/sweden-shifts-away-no-lockdown-strategy-amid-growing-case-numbers-2020-10%3famp



Fear porn

Cases are not deaths. Casedemic

Also that article doesn't really mention anything about harsh lockdowns.

Utter trash and propaganda designed to keep people in a state of fear.

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Carpe_Noctem said:https://www.sott.net/article/442455-German-Neurologist-Warns-Against-Wearing-Facemasks-Oxygen-Deprivation-Causes-Permanent-Neurological-Damage

Why are people still wearing masks?


Could have something to do with the potentially fatal virus that’s floating around.

I spent several years underground In tunneling , where the air temperature is often close to 40c, very high humidity, and the crew of several hundred men work 7 days a week, 12 hours a day doing highly physical labour. They are career guys, often second or third generation tunnel and mining guys. Everyone wears p95 masks.

This might come as a shock to you, but many industries have been wearing masks for long hours for many years. We’re not inventing a new and untried technology here.

Firefighters. Surgeons. Spray operators. Miners. Hazardous waste handlers. Dust suppression crew. Crop dusters. Carpenters who work with cedar. Fibreglassers. Gib sanders. Metalworkers.

I could go on for days.

Masks are very simple and proven technology.

I’m thinking you’ve never done a day of industrial labour in your life.

Wait until you hear about gloves!

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hemihead said:

Could have something to do with the potentially fatal virus that’s floating around.

I spent several years underground In tunneling , where the air temperature is often close to 40c, very high humidity, and the crew of several hundred men work 7 days a week, 12 hours a day doing highly physical labour. They are career guys, often second or third generation tunnel and mining guys. Everyone wears p95 masks.

This might come as a shock to you, but many industries have been wearing masks for long hours for many years. We’re not inventing a new and untried technology here.

Firefighters. Surgeons. Spray operators. Miners. Hazardous waste handlers. Dust suppression crew. Crop dusters. Carpenters who work with cedar. Fibreglassers. Gib sanders. Metalworkers.

I could go on for days.

Masks are very simple and proven technology.

I’m thinking you’ve never done a day of industrial labour in your life.

Wait until you hear about gloves!


Bacterial pneumonia is on the rise.

Also working in industries that require masks. How long between intervals, rotation on and off.

The wearing of masks deprive the user of oxygen fact

There is no scientific basis for the justification of mandatory masks fact.

What deadly virus hemi. Deadly to who.

Can you according to the kochs postulates prove covid19 exists. No as not even the CDC have an isolated, purified copy on hand.

So enough
with the bullshit

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The Swedish COVID-19 Response Is a Disaster. It Shouldn’t Be a Model for the Rest of the World

The Swedish COVID-19 experiment of not implementing early and strong measures to safeguard the population has been hotly debated around the world, but at this point we can predict it is almost certain to result in a net failure in terms of death and suffering. As of Oct. 13, Sweden’s per capita death rate is 58.4 per 100,000 people, according to Johns Hopkins University data, 12th highest in the world (not including tiny Andorra and San Marino). But perhaps more striking are the findings of a study published Oct. 12 in the Journal of the American Medical Association, which pointed out that, of the countries the researchers investigated, Sweden and the U.S. essentially make up a category of two: they are the only countries with high overall mortality rates that have failed to rapidly reduce those numbers as the pandemic has progressed.

[ insert kickass graph at the link below ]

Yet the architects of the Swedish plan are selling it as a success to the rest of the world. And officials in other countries, including at the top level of the U.S. government, are discussing the strategy as one to emulate—despite the reality that doing so will almost certainly increase the rates of death and misery.

Countries that locked down early and/or used extensive test and tracing—including Denmark, Finland, Norway, South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Vietnam and New Zealand—saved lives and limited damage to their economies. Countries that locked down late, came out of lock down too early, did not effectively test and quarantine, or only used a partial lockdown—including Brazil, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Spain, Sweden, the U.S. and the U.K.—have almost uniformly done worse in rates of infection and death.

[ Insert another kick ass graph in the link below ]

Average daily cases rose 173% nationwide from Sept. 2-8 to Sept. 30-Oct. 6 and in Stockholm that number increased 405% for the same period. Though some have argued that rising case numbers can be attributed to increased testing, a recent study of Stockholm’s wastewater published Oct. 5 by the Swedish Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) argues otherwise. An increased concentration of the virus in wastewater, the KTH researchers write, shows a rise of the virus in the population of the greater Stockholm area (where a large proportion of the country’s population live) in a way that is entirely independent of testing. Yet even with this rise in cases, the government is easing the few restrictions it had in place.

[ VERY comprehensive research with graphs and percentages by TIME ]

https://time.com/5899432/sweden-coronovirus-disaster/






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Sweden's Covid Experiment is Now a Certified Failure

Open Air Failure

Sweden captured international attention for its decision to buck the trend on mandated shut-ins.

The results are now in as Sweden Has Become the World’s Cautionary Tale.

Not only have thousands more people died than in neighboring countries that imposed lockdowns, but Sweden’s economy has fared little better.  “They literally gained nothing,” said Jacob F. Kirkegaard, a senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics in Washington. “It’s a self-inflicted wound, and they have no economic gains.”

Sweden put stock in the sensibility of its people as it largely avoided imposing government prohibitions. The government allowed restaurants, gyms, shops, playgrounds and most schools to remain open. By contrast, Denmark and Norway opted for strict quarantines, banning large groups and locking down shops and restaurants.

More than three months later, the coronavirus is blamed for 5,420 deaths in Sweden, according to the World Health Organization. That might not sound especially horrendous compared with the more than 129,000 Americans who have died. But Sweden is a country of only 10 million people. Per million people, Sweden has suffered 40 percent more deaths than the United States, 12 times more than Norway, seven times more than Finland and six times more than Denmark.

Sweden’s central bank expects its economy to contract by 4.5 percent this year, a revision from a previously expected gain of 1.3 percent.  This is more or less how damage caused by the pandemic has played out in Denmark, where the central bank expects that the economy will shrink 4.1 percent this year.

[ . . . ]

https://www.thestreet.com/mishtalk/economics/swedens-covid-experiment-is-now-a-certified-failure

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Carpe_Noctem said:

Fear porn

Cases are not deaths. Casedemic

Also that article doesn't really mention anything about harsh lockdowns.

Utter trash and propaganda designed to keep people in a state of fear.


On the contrary because there is nothing to fear. Relax and go with Universal flow; it will all be over soon, and everything will work out. This is, yet is not the end of the world as you know it.

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https://sebastianrushworth.com/2020/09/19/covid-19-does-sweden-have-herd-immunity/

Swedish ER Dr


This is from the worldometer, assuming these figures are correct, which has been admitted they are inaccurate.
But for the purpose of my point. Lets go on those figures being accurate.
Are you aware how much of the global population that is.
Coronavirus Cases:
40,536,009
view by country
Deaths:
1,121,409
Recovered:
30,260,204

Cases are not deaths, Sweden just like everywhere else is not seeing an increase in deaths. That leveled out months ago.


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Carpe_Noctem said:
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Cases are not deaths, Sweden just like everywhere else is not seeing an increase in deaths. That leveled out months ago.



More than three months later, the coronavirus is blamed for 5,420 DEATHS in Sweden, according to the World Health Organization. That might not sound especially horrendous compared with the more than 129,000 Americans who have died. But Sweden is a country of only 10 million people. Per million people, Sweden has suffered 40 percent more DEATHS than the United States, 12 times more than Norway, seven times more than Finland and six times more than Denmark.

Sweden’s central bank expects its economy to contract by 4.5 percent this year, a revision from a previously expected gain of 1.3 percent.  This is more or less how damage caused by the pandemic has played out in Denmark, where the central bank expects that the economy will shrink 4.1 percent this year.



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Carpe_Noctem said:
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Cases are not deaths, Sweden just like everywhere else is not seeing an increase in deaths. That leveled out months ago.



The Swedish COVID-19 experiment of not implementing early and strong measures to safeguard the population has been hotly debated around the world, but at this point we can predict it is almost certain to result in a net failure in terms of death and suffering. As of Oct. 13, Sweden’s per capita DEATH rate is 58.4 per 100,000 people, according to Johns Hopkins University data, 12th highest in the world (not including tiny Andorra and San Marino). But perhaps more striking are the findings of a study published Oct. 12 in the Journal of the American Medical Association, which pointed out that, of the countries the researchers investigated, Sweden and the U.S. essentially make up a category of two: they are the only countries with high overall mortality rates that have failed to rapidly reduce those numbers as the pandemic has progressed.


https://time.com/5899432/sweden-coronovirus-disaster/

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Ahavati said:

On the contrary because there is nothing to fear. Relax and go with Universal flow; it will all be over soon, and everything will work out. This is, yet is not the end of the world as you know it.


God, I certainly hope so.

I know the United States will feel a LOT better after the election, cured of the infection known as the Trump administration.

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https://sebastianrushworth.com/2020/09/19/covid-19-does-sweden-have-herd-immunity/

In spite of this relaxed attitude, the death rate has continued to drop. When I wrote the first article, I wrote that covid had killed under 6,000 people. How many people have died now, six weeks later? Actually, we’re still at under 6,000 deaths. On average, one to two people per day are dying of covid in Sweden at present, and that number continues to drop.

So What increase in death rate?

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