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426PANDUMBIC - Page 18 Empty Re: PANDUMBIC 3/26/2022, 4:23 am

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CDC coding error led to overcount of 72,000 Covid deaths

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/mar/24/cdc-coding-error-overcount-covid-deaths

[i]Last week, after reporting from the Guardian on mortality rates among children, the CDC corrected a “coding logic error” that had inadvertently added more than 72,000 Covid deaths of all ages to the data tracker, one of the most publicly accessible sources for Covid data.

The agency briefly noted the change in a footnote, although the note did not explain how the error occurred or how long it was in effect.

A total of 72,277 deaths in all age groups reported across 26 states were removed from the tracker “because CDC’s algorithm was accidentally counting deaths that were not Covid-19-related”, Jasmine Reed, a spokesperson for the agency, told the Guardian.

The pediatric death figure reported on its COVID Data Tracker dropped 23.7% from the figure report[/i]

428PANDUMBIC - Page 18 Empty Re: PANDUMBIC 3/26/2022, 10:20 am

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429PANDUMBIC - Page 18 Empty Re: PANDUMBIC 3/27/2022, 11:03 am

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CDC coding error led to overcount of 72,000 Covid deaths

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/mar/24/cdc-coding-error-overcount-covid-deaths

Last week, after reporting from the Guardian on mortality rates among children, the CDC corrected a “coding logic error” that had inadvertently added more than 72,000 Covid deaths of all ages to the data tracker, one of the most publicly accessible sources for Covid data.

The agency briefly noted the change in a footnote, although the note did not explain how the error occurred or how long it was in effect.

A total of 72,277 deaths in all age groups reported across 26 states were removed from the tracker “because CDC’s algorithm was accidentally counting deaths that were not Covid-19-related”, Jasmine Reed, a spokesperson for the agency, told the Guardian.

The pediatric death figure reported on its COVID Data Tracker dropped 23.7% from the figure reported the day prior.

430PANDUMBIC - Page 18 Empty Re: PANDUMBIC 3/27/2022, 12:03 pm

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431PANDUMBIC - Page 18 Empty Re: PANDUMBIC 3/27/2022, 1:24 pm

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CDC coding error led to overcount of 72,000 Covid deaths

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/mar/24/cdc-coding-error-overcount-covid-deaths

Last week, after reporting from the Guardian on mortality rates among children, the CDC corrected a “coding logic error” that had inadvertently added more than 72,000 Covid deaths of all ages to the data tracker, one of the most publicly accessible sources for Covid data.

The agency briefly noted the change in a footnote, although the note did not explain how the error occurred or how long it was in effect. A total of 72,277 deaths in all age groups reported across 26 states were removed from the tracker “because CDC’s algorithm was accidentally counting deaths that were not Covid-19-related”, Jasmine Reed, a spokesperson for the agency, told the Guardian.

The pediatric death figure reported on its COVID Data Tracker dropped 23.7% from the figure reported the day prior.

432PANDUMBIC - Page 18 Empty Re: PANDUMBIC 3/27/2022, 3:58 pm

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433PANDUMBIC - Page 18 Empty Re: PANDUMBIC 3/28/2022, 11:36 am

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CDC coding error led to overcount of 72,000 Covid deaths

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/mar/24/cdc-coding-error-overcount-covid-deaths

Last week, after reporting from the Guardian on mortality rates among children, the CDC corrected a “coding logic error” that had inadvertently added more than 72,000 Covid deaths of all ages to the data tracker, one of the most publicly accessible sources for Covid data.

The agency briefly noted the change in a footnote, although the note did not explain how the error occurred or how long it was in effect.

A total of 72,277 deaths in all age groups reported across 26 states were removed from the tracker “because CDC’s algorithm was accidentally counting deaths that were not Covid-19-related”, Jasmine Reed, a spokesperson for the agency, told the Guardian.

The pediatric death figure reported on its COVID Data Tracker dropped 23.7% from the figure reported the day prior.

434PANDUMBIC - Page 18 Empty Re: PANDUMBIC 3/28/2022, 12:15 pm

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435PANDUMBIC - Page 18 Empty Re: PANDUMBIC 3/28/2022, 1:42 pm

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CDC coding error led to overcount of 72,000 Covid deaths

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/mar/24/cdc-coding-error-overcount-covid-deaths

Last week, after reporting from the Guardian on mortality rates among children, the CDC corrected a “coding logic error” that had inadvertently added more than 72,000 Covid deaths of all ages to the data tracker, one of the most publicly accessible sources for Covid data.

The agency briefly noted the change in a footnote, although the note did not explain how the error occurred or how long it was in effect.

A total of 72,277 deaths in all age groups reported across 26 states were removed from the tracker “because CDC’s algorithm was accidentally counting deaths that were not Covid-19-related”, Jasmine Reed, a spokesperson for the agency, told the Guardian.

The pediatric death figure reported on its COVID Data Tracker dropped 23.7% from the figure reported the day prior.

436PANDUMBIC - Page 18 Empty Re: PANDUMBIC 3/29/2022, 1:58 pm

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437PANDUMBIC - Page 18 Empty Re: PANDUMBIC 3/30/2022, 5:15 am

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CDC coding error led to overcount of 72,000 Covid deaths

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/mar/24/cdc-coding-error-overcount-covid-deaths

Last week, after reporting from the Guardian on mortality rates among children, the CDC corrected a “coding logic error” that had inadvertently added more than 72,000 Covid deaths of all ages to the data tracker, one of the most publicly accessible sources for Covid data. The agency briefly noted the change in a footnote, although the note did not explain how the error occurred or how long it was in effect. A total of 72,277 deaths in all age groups reported across 26 states were removed from the tracker “because CDC’s algorithm was accidentally counting deaths that were not Covid-19-related”, Jasmine Reed, a spokesperson for the agency, told the Guardian.

The pediatric death figure reported on its COVID Data Tracker dropped 23.7% from the figure reported the day prior.

438PANDUMBIC - Page 18 Empty Re: PANDUMBIC 3/30/2022, 10:33 am

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439PANDUMBIC - Page 18 Empty Re: PANDUMBIC 4/11/2022, 5:10 pm

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COVID REPORT CARD: NY, CA, NJ STRATEGIES FAILED, FL AMONG BEST-PERFORMING STATES

https://www.outkick.com/covid-report-card-ny-california-nj-cstrategies-failed-florida-among-best-performing-states/

After two years of being told by the mainstream media that severe lockdowns were the only path to saving society from COVID, researchers have analyzed data to give citizens a better idea whether government policy had positive results for those it says it was protecting.

In their study titled “A FINAL REPORT CARD ON THE STATES’ RESPONSE TO COVID-19” for the National Bureau of Economic Research, University of Chicago economist Casey Mulligan and Stephen Moore and Phil Kerpen of the Committee to Unleash Prosperity examined data from three variables: the economy, education and mortality, which were the three major talking points from government agencies in their battles against COVID.

Remember, we have to lock you down to save your life, but it’s going to be crushing to the economy and your child’s education.

And after analyzing the data available to them, the research shows that states with iron fist rules to crush COVID actually crushed public education and stifled their economies while having very little to no benefit on the mortality rate.

In New York, where accused pervert Andrew Cuomo was considered a hero because he held highly-visible press conferences daily and had Big Media cheering him on, the actual response to COVID didn’t have a “payoff,” as the Wall Street Journal calls it.

Cuomo’s state finished 49th (if you take out D.C.) out of 50 states, with only Phil Murphy in New Jersey having a worse COVID scorecard based on the metrics used by researchers. The data shows that Cuomo and Murphy were actually failures.

Yeah, but we saved lives!

The researchers argue based on the data that sheltering the vulnerable was a strong response from government agencies.

“Whether or not political leaders can be considered responsible for mortality outcomes is therefore unclear, although advocates of a ‘focused protection’ strategy have suggested that sheltering the high-risk could reduce overall mortality – an approach adopted by Florida.”

The data is clear as to what the draconian policies did to state economies.

“Shutting down their economies and schools was by far the biggest mistake governors and state officials made during COVID, particularly in blue states,” researcher Stephen Moore said Monday.

Maybe you still don’t believe the data and the research presented. Perhaps you’d like to see the data that continuously shows people escaping those locked-down states. Analyze the U-Haul data. Look at the data straight from the Chicago Public School System that showed over 100,000 children were expected to drop out of the school system heading into the 2021-22 school year.

440PANDUMBIC - Page 18 Empty Re: PANDUMBIC 4/11/2022, 8:07 pm

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https://twitter.com/JodieAbacus/status/1550804429267402753?s=20&t=0Jijk03BH-YoxjnnaYQ__w

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445PANDUMBIC - Page 18 Empty Re: PANDUMBIC 7/31/2022, 2:17 pm

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Despite Paxlovid, Biden positive yet again in a case of COVID rebound, White House doctor says

https://fortune.com/2022/07/30/joe-biden-covid-paxlovid-rebound/

U.S. President Joe Biden has tested positive for COVID yet again—after taking Paxlovid—in what a White House physician Saturday called a case of “rebound.”

Biden—who initially tested positive July 21, after a week of traveling across the Middle East—tested negative for the virus on Tuesday night and again on Wednesday morning of this past week, when he ended his isolation.

He additionally tested negative Thursday and Friday mornings before testing positive again Saturday morning, according to a letter from presidential physician Dr. Kevin O’Connor to White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, obtained and posted to Twitter by a Reuters correspondent.

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447PANDUMBIC - Page 18 Empty Re: PANDUMBIC 8/27/2022, 6:23 am

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Dem"s love authoritarianism.

https://townhall.com/tipsheet/rebeccadowns/2022/08/26/with-no-alternatives-dc-mayor-muriel-bowser-is-denying-unvaccinated-students-an-e-n2612290

Bright blue cities under Democratic control went hard on the COVID-19 lockdowns, but D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser is taking it a cruel step further. For the 2022-2023 school year, which is this upcoming Monday, all D.C; students and staff will be required to provide proof of vaccination against the virus for the first day of school. There will be no alternative options, including virtual learning, for students who don't comply within the first 20 days.

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U.S. Supreme Court's Sotomayor keeps New York City COVID vaccine mandate

https://www.reuters.com/world/us/us-supreme-courts-sotomayor-keeps-new-york-city-covid-vaccine-mandate-2022-08-29/

NEW YORK, Aug 29 (Reuters) - U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor on Monday declined to block New York City from enforcing its mandate that all municipal workers be vaccinated against COVID-19, rebuffing a police detective who challenged the public health policy.

Sotomayor is the justice designated by the court to act on some matters arising from New York and certain other states.

The COVID-19 vaccines authorized by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration have been strongly recommended by federal health officials and public health experts and are not considered to be experimental. But many Americans have refused to get vaccinated.

Marciano remains on active duty while he appeals the denial of his vaccine exemption request. The city's health department ordered the mandate in October 2021. In February of this year, 1,430 municipal workers were fired for failing to comply.

Marciano filed his lawsuit last December in a state court. After the case was moved to Manhattan federal court, U.S. Judge Jed Rakoff dismissed the case in March.

Rakoff rejected the argument that adults may not be targeted for vaccination or that the mandate violates Marciano's "right to bodily integrity" under the U.S. Constitution's 14th Amendment guarantee of due process.

The Manhattan-based 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals denied Marciano's stay request on Aug. 2.

In January, the U.S. Supreme Court blocked President Joe Biden's COVID-19 vaccination-or-testing mandate for large businesses - a policy the conservative justices deemed an improper imposition on the lives and health of many Americans - while endorsing a separate federal vaccine requirement for healthcare facilities.

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PkrBum wrote: What has hillary accomplished or voted for that would objectively be considered a success?

Note: that doesn't include flip flops or evading indictments.

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