Twitter | Search | |
el gato malo
quite striking. this is making me think it's probably not getting haircuts or having dinner at a restaurant that has driven recent rise in MN 20-29 count seems to spike right about 6/15 can anyone think of something the 20-29 y/o's in minneapolis were doing 10-15 days prior?
Reply Retweet Like More
el gato malo Jun 28
Replying to @boriquagato
the good news is that covid 19 is NOT dangerous to that age group. death is probably 0.01-0.02% (per CDC best estimate scenario)
Reply Retweet Like
el gato malo Jun 28
Replying to @boriquagato
Reply Retweet Like
el gato malo Jun 28
Replying to @boriquagato
full article here:
Reply Retweet Like
Michael Carney Jun 28
Replying to @boriquagato
Loved your thread yesterday & this is another indication that you nailed it. The other wildcard going forward is TX, AZ and CA cases coming from over the Mexican border (both American expats & foreign nationals). Imperial & South SD (CA) plus Yuma & Santa Cruz (AZ) counties esp.
Reply Retweet Like
Lynne Jun 28
Replying to @boriquagato @aginnt
I think it's related to where contact tracers are focusing their attention. Positive tests are not a concern as long as deaths and illnesses decline -- and they are. This is all over-hyped to maintain control over us.
Reply Retweet Like
Francis Hoar Jun 28
Replying to @boriquagato @aginnt
Yes - increased infection and immunity among the young and middle aged is a good thing and should have been the objective from the start. Once there is burn out, the vulnerable are much less at risk.
Reply Retweet Like
Eric Davies Jun 28
Replying to @boriquagato
Tmc hospitalizations in Texas, with my hand drawn time the protests occurred.
Reply Retweet Like
🃏gorditx🃏 Jun 29
Replying to @boriquagato
more people in that age group are getting tested because they went to the protests, of course theyd have higher rates if they’re testing more
Reply Retweet Like
Legend Jun 29
Replying to @boriquagato @kerpen
Appreciate all the work you, and others are doing to illuminate facts and trends versus narratives. Truth you won’t find on any network.
Reply Retweet Like
colonelbrightside Jun 29
Replying to @boriquagato
Agreed. And the folks I know that went to protests traveled together sometimes >4 in a car and slept in Airbnb/vrbo/friends houses >10. I think they spread it in these places NOT the outdoor protests.
Reply Retweet Like
OnePlainGuy2 Jun 29
yes...we need to stop the fear of outdoor spread. Immediately open all outdoor events
Reply Retweet Like