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New York and New Jersey in particular saw hundreds of deaths a day in April, quickly contributing to the country’s total number of fatalities.

New York and New Jersey in particular recorded hundreds of deaths a day in April, quickly contributing to the country’s total number of fatalities.

If we compare the necessary spread to achieve herd immunity with the fatality rate, we get a wide range of possible death tolls from the virus.

The country’s chief medical officers said Sunday that the Covid-19 fatality rate among those ages 5 to 14 is lower than most seasonal flu infections.

Just this past week, California, Florida and Texas, along with a handful of other states, saw record spikes in fatalities.

Some Republicans Have Gotten More Concerned About COVID-19Dhrumil Mehta (dhrumil.mehta@fivethirtyeight.com)July 31, 2020FiveThirtyEight

A higher infection fatality rate could result in an overestimation of the actual numbers.

The study used an infection fatality rate — a measure of deaths per number of infections, which includes people who never developed symptoms — that is on the upper end of current estimates for the coronavirus.

What happened in 2009 in terms of fatality was not much worse than what happened every year since 1918, so it wasn’t that big of a deal.

It was one of those tales which seem to argue a sort of ill-luck or fatality attached to the hero.

It is my conviction, or my delusion, no matter which, that crime brings its own fatality with it.

The MoonstoneWilkie Collins

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