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The Lounge>***NON-POLITICAL COVID-19 Discussion Thread***
JakeF 10:28 PM 02-26-2020
A couple of reminders...

Originally Posted by Bwana:
Once again, don't come in this thread with some kind of political agenda, or you will be shown the door. If you want to go that route, there is a thread about this in DC.
Originally Posted by Dartgod:
People, there is a lot of good information in this thread, let's try to keep the petty bickering to a minimum.

We all have varying opinions about the impact of this, the numbers, etc. We will all never agree with each other. But we can all keep it civil.

Thanks!

Click here for the original OP:

Spoiler!

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TLO 06:44 PM Today
Originally Posted by petegz28:
Barring a late day surge it looks like we will come in at least a few hundred deaths fewer than last Thursday.
1465 a week ago
1179 today.

Cases are down too.
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BigCatDaddy 06:58 PM Today
Originally Posted by TLO:
1465 a week ago
1179 today.

Cases are down too.
Need to get that vaccine in those nursing homes asap. Do that and this shit is seriously down graded.
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petegz28 07:01 PM Today
Originally Posted by RunKC:
Just got my test. Negative. Also negative for strep. Hmmm maybe Laryngitis
Nice! :-)
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petegz28 07:02 PM Today
Originally Posted by BigCatDaddy:
Need to get that vaccine in those nursing homes asap. Do that and this shit is seriously down graded.
I'd speculate of you knocked the deaths in care facilities down 75% or so you would see a huge shift in the national psyche.
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petegz28 07:15 PM Today
Originally Posted by TLO:
1465 a week ago
1179 today.

Cases are down too.
1185 now but I think we can say we will come in well under 1465.
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petegz28 07:54 PM Today
WELLINGTON, Fla. (CBS12) — A report from the Palm Beach County Medical examiner obtained by CBS12 News shows that a young Wellington nurse believed to have passed from COVID-19, was never infected with the virus at all.

The report shows that 33-year-old Danielle DiCenso died from "complications of acute pyelonephritis," otherwise known as a kidney infection.

DiCenso was quarantining at home when she died suddenly in her sleep. Before she passed away, DiCenso was tested for COVID-19 after she was reportedly exposed to the virus at work.

Her husband, David DiCenso told CBS12 News that the young nurse was not given proper PPE at her job at Palmetto General in Hialeah. He said she began experiencing coronavirus symptoms in late March, and her test came back inconclusive.

DiCenso was still waiting on official results from the coroner when he spoke to CBS12 News back in April, but he said he had no doubt that she was exposed to COVID-19 at work. He was surprised when his wife, who he believed had no preexisting conditions, died suddenly.

"It looked like the oxygen was just taken out of her," he told CBS12 News in a prior interview.

CBS12 News reached out to DiCenso for comment but has not heard back.

https://cbs12.com/news/local/autopsy...SHQEwJ3CeQqkN4
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loochy 08:02 PM Today
Originally Posted by petegz28:
WELLINGTON, Fla. (CBS12) ó A report from the Palm Beach County Medical examiner obtained by CBS12 News shows that a young Wellington nurse believed to have passed from COVID-19, was never infected with the virus at all.

The report shows that 33-year-old Danielle DiCenso died from "complications of acute pyelonephritis," otherwise known as a kidney infection.

DiCenso was quarantining at home when she died suddenly in her sleep. Before she passed away, DiCenso was tested for COVID-19 after she was reportedly exposed to the virus at work.

Her husband, David DiCenso told CBS12 News that the young nurse was not given proper PPE at her job at Palmetto General in Hialeah. He said she began experiencing coronavirus symptoms in late March, and her test came back inconclusive.

DiCenso was still waiting on official results from the coroner when he spoke to CBS12 News back in April, but he said he had no doubt that she was exposed to COVID-19 at work. He was surprised when his wife, who he believed had no preexisting conditions, died suddenly.

"It looked like the oxygen was just taken out of her," he told CBS12 News in a prior interview.

CBS12 News reached out to DiCenso for comment but has not heard back.

https://cbs12.com/news/local/autopsy...SHQEwJ3CeQqkN4
She died of Q
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Monticore 09:24 PM Today
Originally Posted by petegz28:
WELLINGTON, Fla. (CBS12) — A report from the Palm Beach County Medical examiner obtained by CBS12 News shows that a young Wellington nurse believed to have passed from COVID-19, was never infected with the virus at all.

The report shows that 33-year-old Danielle DiCenso died from "complications of acute pyelonephritis," otherwise known as a kidney infection.

DiCenso was quarantining at home when she died suddenly in her sleep. Before she passed away, DiCenso was tested for COVID-19 after she was reportedly exposed to the virus at work.

Her husband, David DiCenso told CBS12 News that the young nurse was not given proper PPE at her job at Palmetto General in Hialeah. He said she began experiencing coronavirus symptoms in late March, and her test came back inconclusive.

DiCenso was still waiting on official results from the coroner when he spoke to CBS12 News back in April, but he said he had no doubt that she was exposed to COVID-19 at work. He was surprised when his wife, who he believed had no preexisting conditions, died suddenly.

"It looked like the oxygen was just taken out of her," he told CBS12 News in a prior interview.

CBS12 News reached out to DiCenso for comment but has not heard back.

https://cbs12.com/news/local/autopsy...SHQEwJ3CeQqkN4
Healthy 33 year old dying from a UTI is not very common , probably not her first one and often easily self diagnosed, other than fever symptoms don’t really line up with Covid , must be more to the story in there somewhere, like all anecdotal accounts.
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petegz28 09:30 PM Today
Originally Posted by Monticore:
Healthy 33 year old dying from a UTI is not very common , probably not her first one and often easily self diagnosed, other than fever symptoms donít really line up with Covid , must be more to the story in there somewhere, like all anecdotal accounts.
Of course. Must be.
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Monticore 09:33 PM Today
Originally Posted by petegz28:
Of course. Must be.
Maybe got an STD and was too afraid to have her husband find out Since she didn’t get it from him and died of embarrassment.

Out of medical curiosity It would be interesting to have the whole story, usually patients who die from urosepsis are older and wait too long to get treated or have other issues .
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petegz28 09:45 PM Today
Originally Posted by Monticore:
Maybe got an STD and was too afraid to have her husband find out Since she didnít get it from him and died of embarrassment.

Out of medical curiosity It would be interesting to have the whole story, usually patients who die from urosepsis are older and wait too long to get treated or have other issues .
Could very well be. I agree kidney failure in someone young and healthy is not really something you hear a lot about.
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Monticore 10:04 PM Today
Originally Posted by petegz28:
Could very well be. I agree kidney failure in someone young and healthy is not really something you hear a lot about.
Once it gets to the kidney the pain is usually enough to get you to the ER , and getting to the point of sepsis/ renal failure without talking to a doctor seems weird, even dying In Your sleep would be weird because of the pain, sleeping isn’t easy.
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