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    I'm not a conspiracy theorist, but...

    Sure does make you wonder

    https://www.fox35orlando.com/news/fo...vid-19-results

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    Yes, when I look at the numbers from the local hospitals some of the positive values don't fit what we see in the hospital and what they're reporting in the news. I remember when the news was reporting that there were no available beds in the hospitals, but when I went there the floors were empty and they were laying off nurses and doctors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hkump View Post
    Yes, when I look at the numbers from the local hospitals some of the positive values don't fit what we see in the hospital and what they're reporting in the news. I remember when the news was reporting that there were no available beds in the hospitals, but when I went there the floors were empty and they were laying off nurses and doctors.
    I have been told by multiple nurses that there are less patients than previous months at five of the local hospitals. Strangely the numbers keep increasing. I haven’t had a test done, nor do I know how the testing data is recorded, but if I didn’t show symptoms, never get sick, but tested positive... what does that mean on paper?

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    Yes, there are less patients at the hospitals. Realistically, we're all going to be carriers of the virus. No one is going to be free of the virus. The good news is that most of us won't show any symptoms. I wouldn't worry about it. There are worse bacteria and viruses out there that no one talks about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hkump View Post
    Yes, there are less patients at the hospitals. Realistically, we're all going to be carriers of the virus. No one is going to be free of the virus. The good news is that most of us won't show any symptoms. I wouldn't worry about it. There are worse bacteria and viruses out there that no one talks about.
    Yeah a certain COVID safe sex flier comes to mind. I’ll try to be sensitive but it warned Covid being shed through your backside. Now the didn’t mention e. Coli, c. Diff, or the regular old run of them mill STD’s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DAVE_M View Post
    Interesting find. Thank you for sharing.

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    Closer to home Da Sheriff on WWL Radio had a guy call in with his story. Him & his wife went to drivethru testing. They fill out the forms but it was taking way to long for the actual test, so they left. A few days later they got positive results. So they tested pos. without a real test. How many others like that are out there.
    Conspiracy or Incompatace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hkump View Post
    Yes, there are less patients at the hospitals. Realistically, we're all going to be carriers of the virus. No one is going to be free of the virus. The good news is that most of us won't show any symptoms. I wouldn't worry about it. There are worse bacteria and viruses out there that no one talks about.
    I agree.

    However, none of those have shut down businesses.

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    The source material is here - http://ww11.doh.state.fl.us/comm/_pa...rts_latest.pdf

    If you scroll down to page 25 of 49 you'll get to the data directly from the testing facilities. I exported the data to Google Sheets so I could easily work with it because I'm a nerd and I love data. Here's a link if you wanted to look at it as well. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...it?usp=sharing

    There were 465 locations that reported 100% positive results from tests. These locations reported 5,564 total positive cases. Of those, 205 only reported 1 test administered (44%). 137 reported between 2 and 5 total tests administered (29%). 81 reported between 6 and 20 tests administered (17%), and 42 reported 21+ tests administered (9%).

    There were 152 locations that reported between 50% and 99%. These locations reported 8,299 total positive cases.

    There were 375 locations that reported between 0% and 49%. These locations reported 349,965 total positive cases.

    So let's say the 617 locations with 50% and higher positive results were all part of the conspiracy and were sending false information to make the virus look worse than it is. The overall total on the report would drop from 363,828 to 349,965 positive infections. Those 617 locations only accounted for 4% of the grand total on the report.

    The top 35 locations on that report account for 292,393 of the positive cases which is 83.5% of the total. The highest percent of positive cases of these 35 is 24% (VIRACOR-EUROFINS LABORATORIES 19,230 Negative, 5,967 Positive, 24% Positive Pct, 25,197 Total tests administered)

    So what's more likely, a global conspiracy involving every single country of the world working together to "muzzle" Americans or some smaller facilities are screwing up the data they're reporting while the larger facilities are doing it correctly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bosco View Post
    The source material is here - http://ww11.doh.state.fl.us/comm/_pa...rts_latest.pdf

    If you scroll down to page 25 of 49 you'll get to the data directly from the testing facilities. I exported the data to Google Sheets so I could easily work with it because I'm a nerd and I love data. Here's a link if you wanted to look at it as well. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...it?usp=sharing

    There were 465 locations that reported 100% positive results from tests. These locations reported 5,564 total positive cases. Of those, 205 only reported 1 test administered (44%). 137 reported between 2 and 5 total tests administered (29%). 81 reported between 6 and 20 tests administered (17%), and 42 reported 21+ tests administered (9%).

    There were 152 locations that reported between 50% and 99%. These locations reported 8,299 total positive cases.

    There were 375 locations that reported between 0% and 49%. These locations reported 349,965 total positive cases.

    So let's say the 617 locations with 50% and higher positive results were all part of the conspiracy and were sending false information to make the virus look worse than it is. The overall total on the report would drop from 363,828 to 349,965 positive infections. Those 617 locations only accounted for 4% of the grand total on the report.

    The top 35 locations on that report account for 292,393 of the positive cases which is 83.5% of the total. The highest percent of positive cases of these 35 is 24% (VIRACOR-EUROFINS LABORATORIES 19,230 Negative, 5,967 Positive, 24% Positive Pct, 25,197 Total tests administered)

    So what's more likely, a global conspiracy involving every single country of the world working together to "muzzle" Americans or some smaller facilities are screwing up the data they're reporting while the larger facilities are doing it correctly?
    Are we to assume larger facilities don’t make mistakes?

    If I’m reading the numbers correctly, less than 1% were hospitalized and less than 0.2% were deaths.
    Last edited by DAVE_M; July 14th, 2020 at 11:51 PM.

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