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 Not dead yet
Monty Python's premonition about the century to come.
Larz60+ and snippsat like this post
I got tired of hearing how terrible Covid-19 is. It is a calamity, but way overblown so I calculated the following:
The flu of 1968-69 (Hong Kong) for the 3 month period of Jan - March showed 307 deaths per million population (USA)

Covid -19 during same period (Jan - Mar) shows 9643 deaths, with current population of 327 million, that's 29 deaths per million
10 times less than 68-69. Nothing closed in 68-69.

It's not good, but the world still functioned in 68 and 69 even though that pandemic (so labelled) was 10 times worse.
DeaD_EyE likes this post
I think this flu is used to shut down the whole economy.
In addition the governments abuse the flue, to make new laws against the people.

Maybe some or all governments in Europe will be removed.

Here is interesting data:

I can't find the note about COVID19.
They removed it. Before they claimed, that COVID19 data is included in the data.
I found a backup:

The countries, where the graphs are growing, do have a bad medical system.
My code examples are always for Python >=3.6.0
Almost dead, but too lazy to die:
All humans together. We don't need politicians!

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