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(Yahoo)   A new study says the UK risks a twice-as-big second COVID wave without better testing. Everybody keep calm and panic   ( divider line
    More: Followup, United Kingdom, University College London, second wave of COVID-19, Jasmina Panovska-Griffiths, trace system, effective test, lead author of the study, second wave  
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2020-08-04 11:24:34 AM  
No, silly.  Testing only increases your numbers.  Do you even Trump math?
2020-08-04 1:32:26 PM  
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2020-08-04 1:37:25 PM  
Testing just gives you higher numbers on the charts when you're comparing your dick size with other countries.
2020-08-04 1:43:52 PM  
Has there been a 2nd wave anywhere in the world? The only country you can argue would be Iran.
2020-08-04 1:45:03 PM  
The media keeps telling us waves after waves after waves.  Let's just embrace the horror that we are all going to die.
2020-08-04 2:07:25 PM  
Meanwhile, in the United States:

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2020-08-04 2:10:08 PM  
Yet another article which thinks there is a "UK" school system. There is not. Schools in Scotland go back next week.  But then, the last three deaths from COVID-19 here (pop 5.5m) were on 7th, 8th and 16th July.
2020-08-04 2:18:10 PM  
Keep Calm and Carrion
2020-08-04 2:45:08 PM  

Diogenes: No, silly.  Testing only increases your numbers.  Do you even Trump math?

Trump math?

... Effective Testing will always increase positive test numbers unless the virus has been eradicated.
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