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Post by 8DonCo Thu Apr 15, 2021 8:31 pm

Có khi nào có con mới không ? tỷ lệ chích ngừa cũng bằng các tiểu bang khác mà ca nhiễm vẫn lên ?  scratch






The mystery of Michigan's overwhelming Covid surge


The Covid-19 pandemic is approaching a moment of truth as more and more vaccines are administered. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Covid-19 Data Tracker, in the US, more than a third of the country has received at least one dose of a vaccine and just over 23% are fully vaccinated. An end appears in sight.



Despite this good news, cases are rising dramatically in some areas. For example, Michigan is now in the midst of an overwhelming surge that began about six weeks ago. Daily cases are nearing their highest highs; Michigan has by far the highest rate of new infections of any state in the country over the last seven days (510.5 per 100,000 population). In a distant second place is nearby Minnesota (290.7 per 100,000).

Speculation is in high gear regarding the simple question: why Michigan and why now? After all, the increase is not being seen in surrounding states (yet) with Indiana, Illinois, Ohio and Wisconsin each well below 200 new cases per 100,000 people. Understanding quickly just why this is occurring is particularly important right now, as no one is sure whether the Michigan surge is due to an odd collision of circumstances or, much more ominously, the bellwether of an excruciating national fourth wave of the pandemic.

Thus far, many possible explanations for the increase have been postulated. Michigan's daily number of diagnostic tests has been stable for several months and so it's unlikely to be a contributing factor. In addition, 23.7% of people are fully vaccinated, just a hair above the national rate. The vaccine is now available to ages 16+ as it is for many other states. Not much out of the ordinary there.

Local experts have noted that many of the outbreaks in the state have been concentrated in schools, sports activities, daycare facilities, nursing homes and other places people congregate. Yet, small outbreaks here, there and everywhere are not unique to Michigan, nor is the recent resumption of sort-of-normal life.
Most commenters have also pointed to viral variants. Michigan is among the states with the highest rate of the more-contagious B.1.1.7 variant (57.6% of new cases compared to 44.1% for the US). But several other states -- Tennessee, Florida, Minnesota -- are also above the 50% mark. Again: why Michigan and why now?

Examining the racial and age profile of the cases offers no real insight either. The Michigan Department of Health tracks numerous factors in detail and their most recent data show cases rising similarly in all races and ethnicities and across all age groups. Overall, cases are up 52% week over week, with the largest rises in the 20 to 29-year-old (73%) and 30 to 39-year-old group (63%) groups. These demographics have only recently become vaccine eligible. In addition, a surge among the mostly not-vaccine-eligible 10 to 19-year-olds only recently has settled a bit; this group too has seen a large increase in cases.
The Michigan experience to date makes an extremely strong case for the effectiveness of vaccination. Though the virus appears to be spreading unchecked in those under age 59, those with a few months of vaccine eligibility (age 60 and up) have an impressively stable (and low) infection rate. This makes Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's plea to President Joe Biden for more vaccines all the more logical though, as the administration pointed out when they rejected Whitmer's request, giving more vaccines to Michigan will mean fewer for the surrounding (and other) states. This, some experts fear, will result in other states becoming the next Michigan.
The likeliest explanation for the Michigan surge is a mix of all of the above: a very transmissible viral variant is spreading one step ahead of the vaccination among those newly eligible for it, with some contribution from a premature, partial return to normal life. And this is where politics is rearing its ugliest head.

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Post by Rice Thu Apr 15, 2021 8:38 pm

phải coi cái age group bị nhiễm thì dễ analyze hơn . MA mỗi ngày trung bình 2000 cases, chết khoảng < 20 people, tức là tỉ lệ chết dropped rất nhiều so với before vaccine tại người già, bịnh vaccinated hết rồi, trẻ ít chết hơn .

MA data cho thấy gần 60% case nhiễm là under 30 tuổi, makes sênse in MA tuy MA leading state in vaccinations for state with population > 5 triệu, MA dẫn đầu vaccinated giỏi nhất nhu*ng ca nhiễm vẫn không drop xuống vì tụi trẻ chưa vaccine. MA school mở nhiều rồi, nên ca nhiễm trường học cao lắm . Giờ đợi Monday 16+ được chích vaccine, có lẻ con số nhiễm in May sẽ giãm, nếu không giãm là có vấn đề
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Post by 8DonCo Sun Apr 18, 2021 2:20 pm

Seems vaccine không work well

Chile có tỷ lệ chích ngưa cao, cao hơn Mỹ mà giờ ca nhiễm tăng cao per capita

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Post by Rice Sun Apr 18, 2021 2:25 pm

because they use vaccine của Tàu, % work under 50%, giờ Tàu nó lo đi mua Pfizer and Moderna mà .
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