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2018-19 flu sets record
Below Average Genius Show this Post
04-12-2019, 08:53 PM #1
Below Average Genius Incognito Anonymous
 
This season's flu has been above the baseline for 21 out of 25 weeks. No other flu has been above the baseline that long yet this season isn't even over. The baseline is 2.2%. This weeks sits at 3.9%.

There were 3,900 more flu related deaths. The average number of deaths per week this season is 2,192, so this week's deaths are 1,200 higher or 55% higher than the average week. This flu season is expected to go into May at elevated levels according to the CDC. The cCDC hasn't factored in the roll out of 5G in Chicago or Minneapolis or AT&T's seven additional cities getting even more of their weaker 5Ge or 5Gx.

Those two developments will likely cause a third wave of the flu this season - in those cities for sure - and perhaps for the national statistics even though the weather will be playing in favor of less flu.

The impact on the CDC's stats from Chicago and Minneapolis was for three days only with Verizon's "bragging rights" roll out being about 90% a sham.

AT&T's history of adding to the flu has been quite significant, however. Next week 's CDC numbers will only have two days of that roll out but the following week should be profound in terms of total deaths that those cities experience with elevated flu being but one factor.
Below Average Genius Show this Post
04-12-2019, 08:54 PM #2
Below Average Genius Incognito Anonymous
 
I'm not sure what T-Mobile is adding in terms of locations, but their contributions cover a 17 mile radius, so it's no small addition other than their roll outs might be in less populated areas. T-Mobile says their 5G is 4x stronger than AT&T's. IOW, could be a real killer.
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04-12-2019, 09:00 PM #3
Below Average Genius Incognito Anonymous
 
Just checked Chicago's Cook County flu stats. How pathetic! Their website's most recent stats are for March 16th!! By comparison, the CDC's latest report includes April 6th! Maybe they are too busy shooting each other to get any work done.

Their woeful stats means we won't see any reflection of what Chicago's 5G Mobile roll out will be until 3 weeks from now!
04-12-2019, 09:08 PM #4
Octo Mother Superior
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A lot of Chicago stats are pathetic. 5G is probably the least standing out stat.
04-12-2019, 09:19 PM #5
Octo Mother Superior
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Focus on negativity and you will get it
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04-12-2019, 11:18 PM #6
Below Average Genius Incognito Anonymous
 
(2 hours ago)Octo Wrote:  A lot of Chicago stats are pathetic. 5G is probably the least standing out stat.

Chicago/Cook County is in last place of the various localities for providing current flu information. Alaska is bad, too.

Then there is Travis County where Austin, TX is located. They had some 5G installed in 2017. They are in a class by themselves. Last year when their flu deaths ballooned by a factor of 3 to 10 times HIGHER than any of the previous 12 years, they REGRESSED a month in their reporting on their website.

I called their office to inquire about a current report. The next week, they removed all references to their flu death total.
Below Average Genius Show this Post
04-12-2019, 11:23 PM #7
Below Average Genius Incognito Anonymous
 
(2 hours ago)Octo Wrote:  Focus on negativity and you will get it

Is it negative to keep track of the flu and the deaths, or is it negative to kill people and make them sick due to unawareness?

By reporting the casualties, there will be a basis for stopping the cause by shifting the awareness which would produce a lifesaving action for about five billion people or more.
04-13-2019, 07:13 PM #8
RiskyRob Master Blaster
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(04-12-2019, 11:23 PM)Below Average Genius Wrote:  
(04-12-2019, 09:19 PM)Octo Wrote:  Focus on negativity and you will get it

Is it negative to keep track of the flu and the deaths, or is it negative to kill people and make them sick due to unawareness?

By reporting the casualties, there will be a basis for stopping the cause by shifting the awareness which would produce a lifesaving action for about five billion people or more.

This is a relatively mild flu season. A recent article says a total of 56 flu-related deaths in US children were reported to CDC for the 2018-2019 flu season.

As of 03/01/19 there were 16,400 - 26,700 estimated flu-related deaths. Around 90 percent of flu-related deaths that occur are in people over the age of 65, and the balance are often people with existing medical issues. With a population of perhaps 400 million people these mortality figures are not remarkable.
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04-14-2019, 09:26 AM #9
Below Average Genius Incognito Anonymous
 
(Yesterday, 07:13 PM)RiskyRob Wrote:  
(04-12-2019, 11:23 PM)Below Average Genius Wrote:  
(04-12-2019, 09:19 PM)Octo Wrote:  Focus on negativity and you will get it

Is it negative to keep track of the flu and the deaths, or is it negative to kill people and make them sick due to unawareness?

By reporting the casualties, there will be a basis for stopping the cause by shifting the awareness which would produce a lifesaving action for about five billion people or more.

This is a relatively mild flu season. A recent article says a total of 56 flu-related deaths in US children were reported to CDC for the 2018-2019 flu season.

As of 03/01/19 there were 16,400 - 26,700 estimated flu-related deaths. Around 90 percent of flu-related deaths that occur are in people over the age of 65, and the balance are often people with existing medical issues. With a population of perhaps 400 million people these mortality figures are not remarkable.

Your numbers are seriously out of date.

Yes, this flu season started out as being quite mild. What was to be a mild season changed when more 5G related products become activated in parts of various cities.

As a result there has been what the CDC describes as a 2nd wave of flu. Although the CDC is unaware of it at this point, there will now be a third wave despite warmer temps due to the various roll outs and additions that just took place in the last week or so in nine cities.

There have been approximately 54,800 flu related deaths, which is more than twice what it was a month ago. The most common flu until recently has been the type of flu that is less likely to kill the patient. This is changing with the H3N2 having become the most common flu type.

Without the third wave being recorded as yet, this flu has a much higher activity level for this time of the season than any flu of the past 15 years. This pattern has gone on for 5 weeks running. The CDC expects this second wave of the flu to remain at elevated levels at least until May. With more H3N2 flu showing up now we can expected the death total to be added to significantly.

There are now 86 pediatric deaths, an increase of 34 in one month of a six month season. IOW, about a 60% increase in one month.

This flu has set a record of being above thebaseline levels for 21 weeks already with another seven or eight weeks yet to be played out.

I've pointed out all along that this flu season would extend beyond any other and that is exactly what is happening.

Because we are having warmer weather now, the flu is likely to be replaced to some extent by stomach bugs, hepatitis A, and diarrhea. So watch for that to be happening as well.

The third wave of this flu is likely to be concentrated in those nine locales where 5G has recently been activated, but it will be so strong that it will impact the national numbers to some degree.

I haven't kept up with what T-Mobile is doing in terms of their roll outs. Whatever the do would be added to the nine cities covered by ATT and Verizon.

The CDC might be shocked and mystified by the third wave since they have no inkling of the effects of 5G on health. They have been clueless as to the cause of the second wave.

Next week's numbers could reveal an apparentl lull because Chicago is so far behind in reporting its flu stats. don't let that flool you. Starting in two weeks we should see the effects of the nine additional cities.

Readers might also hear first hand how the flu is still around quite a bit, particularly in the nine cities. Keep in mind that the Verizon sham roll out is really only covering abouut 1% of the two cities. Thus any increase would reveal just how dangerous 5G really is.
04-18-2019, 08:45 PM #10
Octo Mother Superior
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Flu season is over. I haven't heard of anyone being seriously affected this season.
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04-18-2019, 10:12 PM #11
Below Average Genius Incognito Anonymous
 
(1 hour ago)Octo Wrote:  Flu season is over. I haven't heard of anyone being seriously affected this season.

The second wave is slowing down quite a bit in most places. In 8 to 15 days, we will be seeing a third wave- at least in the nine additional aras where ATT and Verizon have started cooking people. I suspect the third wave will result in surpassing the 64,000 death stats from 2015. The death toll reported last week for the week ending April 5th was 54,800. Much of the increased illness could be hepatitis A and stomach bugs due to warmer weather.

Meanwhile, Australia is presently seeing two to three times the number of flu cases as they do in an average year. It's funny how they are blaming it on tourists. Tourists came last year when the US had a record flu season, too, yet Australia had a mild season last year. For some reason the tourists didn't infect the Aussies last year. It's an example of how what is reported is often utter fiction. Yet that meme is getting repeated ad nauseum.



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