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Old 05-11-2020, 04:34 PM   #1
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Old 05-11-2020, 06:12 PM   #2
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Care to enlighten us as to what the link is for?
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Old 05-11-2020, 07:29 PM   #3
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Not one negative comment about the numbers??

Thank GOD!!

Note: As EVERYone knows or has seen it explained by the docs on numerous occasions -- the more people tested will yield more "positive" results. And we've learned that unless you live in a long-term care facility, you have an underlying condition and you are at least 60 and MOST likely over 80 the you are likely not going to die from Covid-19. Always exceptions ....but those are rare.

And I hope we all stay healthy

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Old 05-12-2020, 07:18 AM   #4
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DHHS: Rate of COVID-19 cases, deaths at NH long-term care facilities is lower than others in region

From WMUR Manchester, NH
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Old 05-12-2020, 10:57 PM   #5
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The wording in the article is written in a strange way. Does it say the deaths that occur at long term care locations in NH is a lower percent than other states OR by percent of the populations in such facilities?

According to this chart, it looks like the percent that have passed away in NH is the highest at such locations in the country... Possibly I'm not looking at either the right way. So many different ways to present the data.

I have said this prior but it is so sad that the most vulnerable population is being hit the hardest and somehow we are just not able to protect those in the most need. Across the country.
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Default ..... not too fast, not too slow, trying to get it just right

Yesterday, Tuesday, May 12, at about 5:30-pm, Gov Chris Sununu engaged in a three minute interview with Wolf Blitzer on CNN tv.

One of Gov Sununu's thoughts was he is trying to get the NH reopening "not too fast, not too slow, but just right" considering the severity happening in southern neighbor, Massachusetts.

I was unable to find a link to this tv news, interview, and am hoping someone else can.
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The wording in the article is written in a strange way. Does it say the deaths that occur at long term care locations in NH is a lower percent than other states OR by percent of the populations in such facilities?

According to this chart, it looks like the percent that have passed away in NH is the highest at such locations in the country... Possibly I'm not looking at either the right way. So many different ways to present the data.

I have said this prior but it is so sad that the most vulnerable population is being hit the hardest and somehow we are just not able to protect those in the most need. Across the country.
What the article says is that the overall death rate in NH Long Term Care is higher than most. However, percentage wise NH has far fewer LTC facilities with the virus.
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