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  • Originally posted by Atticus View Post
    Because we still do so much outside in the winter, I'd think the Deep South has an advantage.
    Good point - you folks have an advantage in that way. On the other hand with DeSantis/Kemp/etc. folks running things, you also have a disadvantage or two. In any event, it'll be a long winter . . .

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    • Originally posted by bad hammy View Post

      Good point - you folks have an advantage in that way. On the other hand with DeSantis/Kemp/etc. folks running things, you also have a disadvantage or two. In any event, it'll be a long winter . . .
      https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/...-us-cases.html

      Georgia and Florida, like California, are in the bottom third of states most recently, according to this NYT chart.

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      • Originally posted by bad hammy View Post

        Good point - you folks have an advantage in that way. On the other hand with DeSantis/Kemp/etc. folks running things, you also have a disadvantage or two. In any event, it'll be a long winter . . .
        Plus the fact that 20% of Florida is 60 years or older. Florida has been averaging 250+ hospitalizations for a week or so, and the death toll is climbing again.

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        • Anybody else not going to miss Joe Namath?

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          • Originally posted by jeremyp View Post
            Anybody else not going to miss Joe Namath?
            ?????

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            • Originally posted by gm View Post

              https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/...-us-cases.html

              Georgia and Florida, like California, are in the bottom third of states most recently, according to this NYT chart.
              Georgia had been separating PCR and antigen tests until yesterday or today so our numbers were artificially low. Only the PCR tests were getting aggregated. We hit an all time high today.

              Weather has been exceptionally good for most of the fall.

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              • Anybody else not going to miss Joe Namath?
                Originally posted by gm View Post
                ?????
                How can ANYone miss Joe Namath? He's hawking insurance 24/7 on TV!

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                • Originally posted by jeremyp View Post
                  Anybody else not going to miss Joe Namath?
                  Colts fan who can't let it go?

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                  • Originally posted by Atticus View Post



                    How can ANYone miss Joe Namath? He's hawking insurance 24/7 on TV!
                    Perhaps only in Florida?

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                    • Originally posted by bhall View Post
                      Vaccine Distribution. I'm near the back of the line, where I should be, behind 268.7 million Americans.

                      Find Your Place in the Vaccine Line

                      https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/...-timeline.html
                      In Florida I'd be behind 8 million but ahead of 13 million.

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                      • I guess I better go the shelter-in-place route:

                        <<Based on your risk profile, we believe you’re in line behind 118.5 million people across the United States.

                        When it comes to California, we think you’re behind 12.3 million others who are at higher risk in your state.

                        And in Santa Clara County, you’re behind 500,200 others.>>

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                        • Originally posted by jeremyp View Post

                          Perhaps only in Florida?
                          Nope, he's all over.

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                          • Originally posted by bhall View Post

                            Georgia had been separating PCR and antigen tests until yesterday or today so our numbers were artificially low. Only the PCR tests were getting aggregated. We hit an all time high today.

                            Weather has been exceptionally good for most of the fall.
                            I should clarify that I was referring to deaths per 100K

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                            • Originally posted by gm View Post

                              I should clarify that I was referring to deaths per 100K
                              Ah... yes. We've been doing fairly well since our hospitals haven't been pushed to the brink. But we are at a steady 2% CFR. So as other states have have big surges and ebbs we just keep on cranking out 30-50 dead every day. 2 months ago we were up to 12th in deaths/100k. Now we're back down to 15th (where we were in late July).

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                              • Originally posted by jeremyp View Post
                                In Florida I'd be behind 8 million but ahead of 13 million.
                                It says I'm behind 391,100 (1M total) others in my county, but given the wariness and procrastination factors, I'd bet I'm easily in the top 100,000. Might be Feb or March?

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