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Monday, August 22nd, 2022, 7:34 am

Two Years Later COVID-19 Has Only Gotten More Infectious and Widespread

First half of August 2022

Number of PCR tests: about 600,000 (over 6% of them positive)

Number of positives/cases per day:

15-08-2022 4,899
14-08-2022 4,633
13-08-2022 3,854
12-08-2022 4,619
11-08-2022 5,303
10-08-2022 5,925
09-08-2022 6,398
08-08-2022 7,098
07-08-2022 5,854
06-08-2022 4,830
05-08-2022 5,835
04-08-2022 6,494
03-08-2022 7,398
02-08-2022 8,142
01-08-2022 8,730

First half of August 2020

Number of PCR tests: about 1.7 million (less than 1% of them positive)

Number of positives/cases per day:

15-08-2020 656
14-08-2020 1059
13-08-2020 1036
12-08-2020 1126
11-08-2020 1247
10-08-2020 1375
09-08-2020 569
08-08-2020 648
07-08-2020 892
06-08-2020 1005
05-08-2020 974
04-08-2020 965
03-08-2020 963
02-08-2020 518
01-08-2020 508

Conclusion: The masks and distance work. The current approach leads to neural damage, among other long-term/life-long harm.

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