/pol/ - We are in the third wave now. Daily new infections in the United States are approaching all time highs and daily deaths are not too far behind. What do you think the long term effects of this pandemic are going to be, and how bad will this get? It's clearl


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We are in the third wave now. Daily new infections in the United States are approaching all time highs and daily deaths are not too far behind. What do you think the long term effects of this pandemic are going to be, and how bad will this get? It's clearly not going to be a world-ending disaster like the left keeps insisting, but it's also more than the nothing that the right has been insisting it is. It's clear that the initial lockdown and secondary lesser lockdown did work to curb the spread, but now we are re-approaching peak infections and Trump has no intention of shutting down again, so it will be able to spread freely.

 No.1939[D][DF]

>>1938
Tis a shame that we lost some greats on our way, but at the end of the day, people are dying and that means less humans which also means less parasites. So I'm just going to watch the niggers, gimmiegrants and self hating whites burn down """their""" country from my little island.

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>>1938
It is too late to lockdown again. The cases are going up all over the world but it is insane to lock down again because there has already been too much damage. I have personally lost my job and have to search for a job because of the first lockdown. My life has only gotten more difficult because of the reaction to the disease. Here is a study from two months ago that states what I have been thinking about the coronavirus situation for months. Remember this is effecting the average person negatively overall.
https://www.revolver.news/2020/08/study-covid-19-lockdowns-deadlier-than-pandemic-itself/

 No.1998[D][DF]

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New cases continuing to skyrocket.

 No.1999[D][DF]

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Deaths are still on the rise as well.
We've surpassed the second wave, and are approaching the first.

 No.2000[D][DF]

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May Corona-chan destroy us all~

 No.2003[D][DF]

>>1938
We already have a corona virus counter

 No.2010[D][DF]

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>>2003
But not a thread for discussion and posting cute Corona-chans.

 No.2015[D][DF]

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Looks like the third wave has peaked.
I hope this isn't the end.

 No.2016[D][DF]

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>only one image per post

 No.2017[D][DF]

>>2016
Yeah, twoot said no. it's already been talked about.

 No.2018[D][DF]

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>>2017
Oh well.
I guess it's more classical this way.

 No.2019[D][DF]

i wonder how third world countries are handling it with covid

 No.2020[D][DF]

>>2019
Considering they don't have cable TV to spook them over fake bullshit, I'd say they're all immune to covid.

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>>2019
It's hard to say, really.
They're medical infrastructure isn't as good, so they don't have as much of an ability to treat it. But on the other hand,they don't industrial food production, so their populations are healthier and less unacceptable to it.
They also have less of an ability to accurately diagnose it and track it's spread, but people there also don't travel as much or as far, so it will ultimately spread less.



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