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  • #61
    Re: COVID Resource thread- places to get resources, information or help

    Remember when this thread was about COVID-19 resources and not discussion or debate? Pepperidge Farms remembers.
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    • #62
      Re: COVID Resource thread- places to get resources, information or help

      I was just going to post that. This thread isn't supposed to be for debate. Just for places to find facts and also fun things that are free

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      • #63
        Re: COVID Resource thread- places to get resources, information or help

        This is actually relevant to things that were being discussed earlier, but it is also raw information in it's own right:

        The CDC has determined that the 95% confidence interval for the r0 value of COVID-19 is 3.8 - 8.9, with a median value of 5.7. LINK

        I believe even the lower bound of 3.8 is higher than what was previously thought.

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          Re: COVID Resource thread- places to get resources, information or help

          Originally posted by jflory81 View Post
          This is actually relevant to things that were being discussed earlier, but it is also raw information in it's own right:

          The CDC has determined that the 95% confidence interval for the r0 value of COVID-19 is 3.8 - 8.9, with a median value of 5.7. LINK

          I believe even the lower bound of 3.8 is higher than what was previously thought.
          An 8.9 upper bound is insanely high. It's higher than polio (7.0).

          The upper bound for the 1918 pandemic is 2.8.
          Last edited by Kepler; 04-16-2020, 12:26 AM.
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