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Jon Schultz 12h
If anything compares to FDR's "fireside chats" of the 1930s, it may be the weekly podcasts on the by Dr. of . In a very humble manner he continues to warn about the dangers of air travel and holiday gatherings:
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Jon Schultz 13h
Some people are talking about a "third wave" in the U.S. but Dr. Niman, if I understand him right, thinks the magnitude of the current wave will likely be so great as to make the previous two look like one - and the current wave will then be called the second, in retrospect.
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Jon Schultz 18h
This may be because these HCWs are getting infected by multiple patients and thus getting a high viral load. According to Dr. Niman this is what happens generally when rates of infection are high in an area, a critical mass is reached where the damage then multiplies quickly.
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Jon Schultz Oct 24
US COVID-19 deaths could hit 500,000 by February, researchers say via
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Eric Feigl-Ding Oct 21
EXCELLENT—The debunks and throws Scott Atlas & others peddling misinformation about masks under the bus. Cites the actual CDC study. Thanks for speaking clearly on the science of masks.
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Jon Schultz Oct 21
There are some issues on which I think a 2nd Trump Administration might be preferable to a Biden Admin, but I think the is the most important issue to vote on this year. If you're only going to vote for a candidate with a chance of winning,
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Jon Schultz Oct 21
True, but it's foolish, imo, to use the commonly-used phrase "our democracy" when we use an inefficient voting system which hinders minority viewpoints from growing. Why are scientists so silent on this issue ?
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Eric Feigl-Ding Oct 20
⚠️BREAKING—Huge CDC study says not only caused 285,000 excess deaths— but CDC also found, surprisingly, that it has struck 25-44-year-olds very hard: Their “excess death” rate is up 26.5% over previous years, the largest change for any age group!
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Eric Feigl-Ding Oct 16
🚨“If there is a major car accident in Green Bay, between the hospitals [because 🏥 over capacity] we would *NOT* be able to take care it” “This is becoming life and death for folks in Wisconsin” ➡️ it’s just that critically bad now.
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Jon Schultz Oct 17
Replying to @AmmarKubba
I didn't think you were (although I wasn't sure:), my response was supposed to be funny. I have to work on my jokes...
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Jon Schultz Oct 17
Replying to @AmmarKubba
So you're calling me a lazy slob? I'll reflect on it...
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Jon Schultz Oct 17
Perhaps the hardest lesson in life is emotionally accepting that there are no guarantees, we are all going to die and things can fall apart anytime. That’s why taking time to reflect on the situation, as opposed to just doing practical things, is very important imo.
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Jon Schultz Oct 17
US records highest daily coronavirus case total since July
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Jon Schultz Oct 13
Tonight's interview with virologist Henry Niman on the state of the pandemic. Essential listening if you want to know what to expect, imo.
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Jon Schultz Oct 13
I made two comments under this article, which appears to make a valid criticism of the WHO's reporting but uses it to support the "covid is no worse than flu" argument, which is very fallacious imo.
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Eric Feigl-Ding Oct 12
Replying to @DrEricDing
3) half of reinfections have had more serious second infection than first.
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Jon Schultz Oct 10
Dr. , would you PLEASE engage in a public discussion with ? He is raising serious questions re which I think must be addressed. I strongly feel the discussion would greatly benefit everyone.
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Jon Schultz Oct 10
If only Dr. of was in charge of the pandemic response. His latest interview:
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Jon Schultz Oct 8
Replying to @DrEricDing
Be fair, dude, any President would get special treatment. When your political posts are unfair, it makes people doubt your scientific posts.
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Jon Schultz Oct 6
Replying to @DrEricDing
Perhaps Trump is purposely doing things to lose the election, either because 1) he thinks Biden's puppeteers would be better for the country than his, 2) he's under threat to, or 3) he's just tired of the job and criticism. His motivations may not be as darn obvious as they seem.
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