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Wewerezombies 19:49 - Mar 14 with 1504 viewsnoggin

Norway now closed to non residents.

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Wewerezombies on 19:51 - Mar 14 with 1083 viewscallis

I believe you’ve Taken Back Control. #Norxit

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Wewerezombies on 19:54 - Mar 14 with 1064 viewsnoggin

Wewerezombies on 19:51 - Mar 14 by callis

I believe you’ve Taken Back Control. #Norxit


Imagine that, closing own borders without having to ask the EU. Denmark has done the same.

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Wewerezombies on 20:06 - Mar 14 with 1027 viewsTrequartista

How come the death rate is so low in Scandanavian countries?

Norway 1051 cases, 2 deaths.
Denmark 836 cases, 1 death.
Sweden 961 cases, 2 deaths.
Finland 222 cases, 0 deaths.
Iceland 156 cases, 0 deaths.
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Wewerezombies on 20:21 - Mar 14 with 992 viewsPecker

Wewerezombies on 20:06 - Mar 14 by Trequartista

How come the death rate is so low in Scandanavian countries?

Norway 1051 cases, 2 deaths.
Denmark 836 cases, 1 death.
Sweden 961 cases, 2 deaths.
Finland 222 cases, 0 deaths.
Iceland 156 cases, 0 deaths.
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More outdoor types. Healthier. Bigger and Stronger. According to Graham Taylor they are anyway.
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Wewerezombies on 20:24 - Mar 14 with 984 viewsvapour_trail

Wewerezombies on 20:06 - Mar 14 by Trequartista

How come the death rate is so low in Scandanavian countries?

Norway 1051 cases, 2 deaths.
Denmark 836 cases, 1 death.
Sweden 961 cases, 2 deaths.
Finland 222 cases, 0 deaths.
Iceland 156 cases, 0 deaths.
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They could be testing more. We’ve pretty much stopped testing according to a nurse I was speaking with.

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Wewerezombies on 20:24 - Mar 14 with 976 viewscallis

Wewerezombies on 20:24 - Mar 14 by vapour_trail

They could be testing more. We’ve pretty much stopped testing according to a nurse I was speaking with.


Aren’t people quite spread out around those countries too?

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Wewerezombies on 20:26 - Mar 14 with 969 viewsSwansea_Blue

Wewerezombies on 19:54 - Mar 14 by noggin

Imagine that, closing own borders without having to ask the EU. Denmark has done the same.


No doubt the Frankenstein project will quickly bulling them into re-opening and then crush their sovereignty between their elitist, undemocratic claws.
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Wewerezombies on 20:33 - Mar 14 with 933 viewsTrequartista

Wewerezombies on 20:21 - Mar 14 by Pecker

More outdoor types. Healthier. Bigger and Stronger. According to Graham Taylor they are anyway.


Yes they seem to dominate the World's Strongest Man contest. That's my science.

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Wewerezombies on 20:36 - Mar 14 with 931 viewsBloomBlue

Wewerezombies on 20:06 - Mar 14 by Trequartista

How come the death rate is so low in Scandanavian countries?

Norway 1051 cases, 2 deaths.
Denmark 836 cases, 1 death.
Sweden 961 cases, 2 deaths.
Finland 222 cases, 0 deaths.
Iceland 156 cases, 0 deaths.
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Nobody knows yet thats one of the many questions about this virus.

Not sure who the expert was on Radio5 earlier but he was excellent answering the public's questions on the virus. But he was making that point same with the uk our numbers are low when you look at Italy and Spain. Spain esp if you look at their first case and the rapid increase in total numbers compared with uk and the Scandinavia countries its strange. He said it's one of those questions nobody has an answer to other than its definitely reacting differently in different countries.

He made the point about the flu epidemic in late 60' at this stage of the outbreak in the UK 100,000s had already caught it and 1000s died whereas in other Countries the numbers never reached that level and they've never understood why the numbers why so high in some countries and not others.
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Wewerezombies on 20:38 - Mar 14 with 915 viewsWD19

Wewerezombies on 20:06 - Mar 14 by Trequartista

How come the death rate is so low in Scandanavian countries?

Norway 1051 cases, 2 deaths.
Denmark 836 cases, 1 death.
Sweden 961 cases, 2 deaths.
Finland 222 cases, 0 deaths.
Iceland 156 cases, 0 deaths.
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Alcohol fumes kill the virus.
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Wewerezombies on 20:41 - Mar 14 with 899 viewsTrequartista

Wewerezombies on 20:24 - Mar 14 by vapour_trail

They could be testing more. We’ve pretty much stopped testing according to a nurse I was speaking with.


Possibly, but that is a death rate of 0.15%, and that's working under the assumption that there is no-one there with the virus that hasn't been tested.
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Wewerezombies on 20:45 - Mar 14 with 871 viewsTrequartista

Wewerezombies on 20:24 - Mar 14 by callis

Aren’t people quite spread out around those countries too?


If so, wouldn't that only mean a lower amount of cases, rather than deaths per case.

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Wewerezombies on 20:52 - Mar 14 with 837 viewsvapour_trail

Wewerezombies on 20:41 - Mar 14 by Trequartista

Possibly, but that is a death rate of 0.15%, and that's working under the assumption that there is no-one there with the virus that hasn't been tested.
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Not no-one, but perhaps fewer.

Who knows, it’s idle speculation. We’re going to have a bit more time for that over the coming months.

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Wewerezombies on 20:59 - Mar 14 with 810 viewsTrequartista

Wewerezombies on 20:52 - Mar 14 by vapour_trail

Not no-one, but perhaps fewer.

Who knows, it’s idle speculation. We’re going to have a bit more time for that over the coming months.


What i mean there is that 0.15% death rate is a maximum figure. The more people wandering round Scandanavia with the virus who haven't been tested, the lower that figure becomes in reality. The WHO were estimating it was between 1% and 2%.
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Wewerezombies on 21:14 - Mar 14 with 778 viewsvapour_trail

Wewerezombies on 20:59 - Mar 14 by Trequartista

What i mean there is that 0.15% death rate is a maximum figure. The more people wandering round Scandanavia with the virus who haven't been tested, the lower that figure becomes in reality. The WHO were estimating it was between 1% and 2%.
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They were but that was really only based on China. Who knows.

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Wewerezombies on 21:21 - Mar 14 with 763 viewsPecker

Wewerezombies on 21:14 - Mar 14 by vapour_trail

They were but that was really only based on China. Who knows.


Nobody knows.
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Wewerezombies on 21:29 - Mar 14 with 742 viewsGuthrum

Wewerezombies on 20:59 - Mar 14 by Trequartista

What i mean there is that 0.15% death rate is a maximum figure. The more people wandering round Scandanavia with the virus who haven't been tested, the lower that figure becomes in reality. The WHO were estimating it was between 1% and 2%.
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People who have the disease may yet die. Impossible to give a definitive mortality figure until the outbreak is over.

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Wewerezombies on 21:31 - Mar 14 with 737 viewsnoggin

Wewerezombies on 21:29 - Mar 14 by Guthrum

People who have the disease may yet die. Impossible to give a definitive mortality figure until the outbreak is over.


6 members of staff at my hospital confirmed to be infected today. This could be a disaster.

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Wewerezombies on 21:33 - Mar 14 with 727 viewsvapour_trail

Wewerezombies on 21:31 - Mar 14 by noggin

6 members of staff at my hospital confirmed to be infected today. This could be a disaster.


Godspeed noggin.

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Wewerezombies on 21:34 - Mar 14 with 725 viewsTrequartista

Wewerezombies on 21:29 - Mar 14 by Guthrum

People who have the disease may yet die. Impossible to give a definitive mortality figure until the outbreak is over.


Accepted, but still strikingly different figures in an intrinsicly linked set of countries.

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Wewerezombies on 21:35 - Mar 14 with 714 viewsGuthrum

Wewerezombies on 21:31 - Mar 14 by noggin

6 members of staff at my hospital confirmed to be infected today. This could be a disaster.


That was the problem in Italy. Healthcare workers getting infected and passing it on to their patients. Hopefully you can keep this contained.

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Wewerezombies on 21:37 - Mar 14 with 709 viewsnoggin

Wewerezombies on 21:33 - Mar 14 by vapour_trail

Godspeed noggin.


Cheers. I've been transporting patients to and from testing, all day. More of the same tomorrow.

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Wewerezombies on 21:39 - Mar 14 with 690 viewsnoggin

Wewerezombies on 21:35 - Mar 14 by Guthrum

That was the problem in Italy. Healthcare workers getting infected and passing it on to their patients. Hopefully you can keep this contained.


I don't know the details. Hopefully not front line staff.

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Wewerezombies on 21:44 - Mar 14 with 675 viewsGuthrum

Wewerezombies on 21:34 - Mar 14 by Trequartista

Accepted, but still strikingly different figures in an intrinsicly linked set of countries.


They are probably a week or so behind us in the UK (who are 2-4 weeks behind Italy).
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Wewerezombies on 21:46 - Mar 14 with 663 viewsjeera

Wewerezombies on 20:45 - Mar 14 by Trequartista

If so, wouldn't that only mean a lower amount of cases, rather than deaths per case.


Not necessarily. That could only be worked out by finding out where it was contracted case by case and other particulars.

If the time of year does dictate X amount of skiing holidays, (example only), so then tens get traced to a spot; say a resort, then they return home before displaying symptoms, then the thing they would all have in common is they are healthy individuals; enough to go skiing anyway.

Again, I feel compelled to say, I may have made that up, but if it were the case of profiling, it could make some sense.

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