Discussion in 'General Chat' started by slick, Mar 24, 2020 at 02:17.
Hoping Italy have seen the peak, their death figures have been stable for a few days now.
Not good but a lot lower than I was expecting.
Much lower than I was expecting to be honest. I've been expecting us to break through the 100 deaths in a day barrier any time in the next couple of days
I Was half expecting that tonight tell the truth, more so with the delay releasing the figures.
Yeah, they we're discussing that on the news before.
If they are true that's not as bad as I feared either.
Nor me, very good at the moment in fact.
That's good as it means todays figure is true as there's been a slight increase, both stats look good.
What was it yesterday mate?
The think to remember about ventilator/ICU cases is that once they're there, most of them will be there for a couple of weeks minimum. There's two ways out, either pop your clogs or lie around for 2 or 3 weeks waiting to recover so for every 50 or so that go onto that figure today, one or two might come off from previously but all of those 50 are gonna be on there in two weeks time with the exception of those who die. Gonna be a key figure to watch over the next couple of weeks. That's the "pinch point"
Yep, twice the population of Switzerland and half the space.No wonder their deaths per 1M is 21. Also, they have one of the lowest numbers of ICU beds per 100,000 people in Europe. Perfect storm
Yeah, I've put all the charts in the original post.
. Strange to think that our shit lifestyles may actually result in the cull being less severe
Now use your detective skills to find out why Japan slid off the radar in no time at all, in mid Feb they were 2nd on the list.