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Matt O'Brien
With a population of 21 million, Florida announced 10,109 new covid cases today. With a combined population of 2.6 billion, China, Japan, Korea, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Australia, and the European Union are averaging 6,760 new cases.
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Matt O'Brien Jul 2
Replying to @ObsoleteDogma
Europe, Asia, and Africa are together averaging 1.7 times more new covid cases than the U.S. is right now, but have 20 times as many people.
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Matt O'Brien Jul 2
Replying to @ObsoleteDogma
Where do Ron DeSantis critics go to get their apology?
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jo$iah$ Jul 2
Do you think Donald could be confusing the Covid graph for a stock market chart?
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D-Mean Jul 2
He's excited that his 409k is setting new highs
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Raul Jul 2
I’m not a lawyer but this looks to me like criminal negligence.
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Jeff Spencer Jul 2
Negligent homicide.
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DC Brigg Jul 2
Replying to @ObsoleteDogma
Can we just stop including China. We know like FL & TX the data has been corrupted.
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Sacha Sayan Jul 2
Replying to @DCBrigg @ObsoleteDogma
Where do YOU think China is at?
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TJ Seitenbach Jul 2
You also can't trust the numbers from Florida that are significantly skewing this data.
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