(02-16-2019, 03:09 AM)RiskyRob Wrote: The CDC has found a lower percentage of outpatient visits, lower rates of hospitalization and fewer deaths attributed to pneumonia and flu compared with recent years.
It looks like Kinsa Thermometer was right again in their NY Times inverview. According to the most recent stats from the CDC dated February 23rd, upwards of 24 million have gooten the flu thus far and the trajectory is up, up up, whereas last year's record flu was in the third week of its steep decline.
The CDC and others are reporting that nearly half the flu cases are H3 type now which is more dangerous than the H1. This is a big increase in the percentage for H3. if we had their findings, we could be more uptodate on exactly what is happening in real time.
Since we don't have their numbers, I will make a prediction. Due ot the cumulative harmful effects of 5G and the watered down 5G that is now in place, the flu will continue to be a major health concern. Warmer weather puts a damper on flu cases, but we will aslo see a reduction in lifespan from all causes as 4G and 5G continue to increase the number of people who are depressed and filled with anxiety. They will contribute to the death rate by increased alcohol related deaths along with dug ODs, suicides and mass shootings.
Morbidity leading to death will also increase.
When 5G is rolled out this summer we'll see huge leaps in the death rates like never witnessed before from a consumer product.
I wish Kinsa was more public with their stats, but that is their business plan to provide their data to paying customers.