COVID19-thread (Title change, Thread for serious info only).

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2 cases in the USA.Here we go.Courtesy of Johns Hopkins.Suddenly,environmental issues don't seem as important.

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Heard about Seattle - where is the second one?

My in-laws are in Beijing - been somewhat stressful recently
 

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I just got over the bird flu, swine flu, SARS, and the fallout from Y2K...

And now this?!?
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One of the biggest laughs I ever got out of South Park was when Randy Marsh contracted SARS.

Always overly-dramatic, Randy solemnly told his son, Stan, "Son... I have SARS... and there's only a 99.3% chance that I'll survive it..."

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Not an expert in microbiology,but seems to be spreading rather quickly.I would wonder if the ability to spread quickly could facilitate a mutation into an even more deadly form.Time(short) and numbers(mortality) will reveal.

While the old ones were what they are...evolution could be a bitch.
 

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:laugh2:

One of the biggest laughs I ever got out of South Park was when Randy Marsh contracted SARS.

Always overly-dramatic, Randy solemnly told his son, Stan, "Son... I have SARS... and there's only a 99.3% chance that I'll survive it..."

--R :laugh2:
We had "SarsStock" up in Canadia back then. One of the greatest concert events of the century (except for Justin Timberlake). Never knew a damn person who contracted Sars though. :)
 
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