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Old Yesterday, 09:20 PM   #421
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What kind of things would you stock-up on? Cold med, tissue and hand soap?

There was already a rush on masks, but honestly it's one of the ones that make sense.




For the hard hit places there are restrictions on public gathering, so it may be trickier than normal to get food - but if they actually restrict to that point, they sort of have to give out rations.

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The death rate of this Wuhan virus is about 2-3%.


https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-china-51540981


For a frame of reference, the flu's is 12%-13%.


If only we treated the flu with this much care.
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Uh, no! Death rate of the flu is .12 to .13% not 12 to 13%. (my second link shows < 0.1% for the flu)

https://www.cdc.gov/flu/about/burden/index.html
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...fatality_rates
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We need that global warming to kick in right about now, and make it summer.

History books in 20 years. "World global financial collapse caused by Chinese wet market". Also 20 years in the future in China, "you want live bat with your room temp fish?"

As for prep, maybe a sword? Seemed to work well in the walking dead. Never runs out of ammo...
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As for prep, maybe a sword? Seemed to work well in the walking dead. Never runs out of ammo...

Doesn't do much against a stray cough, though
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If they cared enough they would pump 10-20 billion into a more rapid vaccine development process.

But they arent. Couple items of note recently found out about the virus its incubation period is longer than 14 days which was used for quarantine. one patient tested positive only developed symptoms 27 days later.

And we are pretty sure now that those who are asymptomatic are also contagious.

This guarantees this thing is widespread now.
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Doesn't do much against a stray cough, though
Think bigger like zombie Apocalypse.
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There was already a rush on masks, but honestly it's one of the ones that make sense.




For the hard hit places there are restrictions on public gathering, so it may be trickier than normal to get food - but if they actually restrict to that point, they sort of have to give out rations.

People like to overreact to perceived threats, cue preppers making underground clean-bunkers
I want to be over ready. Is it the right time to stock up this? or Will the price go up later?
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Italy going into lockdown must be pretty scary for the residents. The long incubation is really going to make the issue a lot worse. This could shut down the world economy for a few months if it gets loose.
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Italy going into lockdown must be pretty scary for the residents. The long incubation is really going to make the issue a lot worse. This could shut down the world economy for a few months if it gets loose.
could shut my economy if it gets here

hello visa mastercard i got the plague from a customer so your payments will have to wait
or send the bill to china they made this ****



how the hell do you work on peoples houses with this running rampant


so tell me what is your AC doing



yea that will be fun at 115f
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I want to be over ready. Is it the right time to stock up this? or Will the price go up later?



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The Wife and I agreed and came up with an expanded monthly Costco buy. Instead of buying for one month, we'll buy for two.

The guidelines we gave ourselves is the food we buy is what we would normally eat. So if this does peter out, we just keep on moving with our normal diets.

Like 100lb sack of rice, crackers, peanut butter, Gatorade, nuts, canned fruits/ham/veggies, tuna, pasta, pasta sauce, etc. Large garbage bags and tarp.

Since I bbq lots in the summer, I might as well buy three bags of charcoal now, when it's even cheaper.

Here's my rough game plan and decision barriers I'm giving myself. Still trying to figure things out. Just taking it slow and steady.

Step 1 (completed a month ago)
Buy N95 masks. <- New this would sell out regardless.

Step 2
Buy two months' worth of food Costco. Buy normal medicines (need to refill anyway).

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Decision Barrier (Small outbreak major U.S. city)
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Buy one or two months' worth of food at Costco.
Start car-gas 1/2 rule. When the tanks get to 1/2, we fill them back up.

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Decision Barrier (Widespread outbreaks in other parts of the country)
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TBD

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Decision Barrier (Small outbreak in Virginia/DC Metro area)
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Take kids out of school.
Work from home.

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Decision Barrier (major outbreak in Virginia/DC Metro area)
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My work place will require me to come in anyways so me and my family are screwed no matter what. Unless the government shuts down everything for a whole month. I do have the ability to work from home in case of viral outbreak. They just wont let me. Which makes me wonder why we bought all the equipment and have it in the policy for the FDIC that I can. O_o
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CDC saying it's not a mater of If but when it starts to spread.

That now is the time for businesses, hospitals and communities/schools to begin to prepare.

Disruption to everyday life might be severe," says @DrNancyM_CDC. She said she told her children this morning, "While I didn't think they were at risk right now, we as a family ought to be preparing for significant disruption to our lives."
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Buy two months' worth of food Costco. Buy normal medicines (need to refill anyway).
https://www.costco.com/all-emergency-food.html

Stuff is selling out quick.
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Both the CDC and Health Canada have now stated to prepare for a pandemic.

https://ottawacitizen.com/news/local...virus-pandemic


Canadians being told to prepare for a possible novel coronavirus pandemic

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My work place will require me to come in anyways so me and my family are screwed no matter what. Unless the government shuts down everything for a whole month. I do have the ability to work from home in case of viral outbreak. They just wont let me. Which makes me wonder why we bought all the equipment and have it in the policy for the FDIC that I can. O_o
Sorry but sometimes you have to say to hell with your workplace. You obviously know this. But, if things get THAT bad family has to come first. Extreme situation of course.
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I'm fortunate that I live in a isolated rural environment. Storm shelter the whole nine yards. After reading the updates in this thread we'll be stocking up on bottled water, canned food, dried food. Hope there's no Corona zombies.
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Im just gonna take it like a man, beat the damn thing and become immune.

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So, this is bad...

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The CDC confirmed 53 cases in the US on Monday evening. A majority of these cases came from the Diamond Princess cruise liner that was recently quarantined off the coast of Japan after an outbreak on the ship. Of the 53 people, 36 of these cases are credited to the cruise ship.

There are a total of more than 80,410 cases worldwide and an estimated 2,711 deaths from the virus.

Source: https://www.independent.co.uk/news/w...-a9359196.html
The numbers:
  • 80,410 cases
  • 2,711 deaths

That is a 3.3% death rate.

For comparison, the worst pandemic in the past century was the Spanish flu of 1918.

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The 1918 influenza pandemic (January 1918 – December 1920; colloquially known as Spanish flu) was an unusually deadly influenza pandemic, the first of the two pandemics involving H1N1 influenza virus, with the second being the swine flu in 2009.[1] It infected 500 million people around the world,[2] or about 27% of the then world population of between 1.8 and 1.9 billion, including people on remote Pacific islands and in the Arctic. The death toll is estimated to have been 40 million to 50 million, and possibly as high as 100 million, making it one of the deadliest epidemics in human history.[3][4] Historical and epidemiological data are inadequate to identify with certainty the pandemic's geographic origin.[2]

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spanish_flu
So if this COVID-19 virus in our globally connected world (con), with better advances in sanitation & awareness (pro) reaches 1918 Spanish flu levels of transmission, we might see around 500M infected. Judging by the 3% fatality rate so far, that many infected globally suggests that we might lose 15,000,000 people before this is done.
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The percentage will go up for current cases, but will probably go down with additional ones - it is somewhat deadly, but the VAST majority of deaths are older folks, people being treated for something else, or people with otherwise compromised immune systems. Some of the earlier deaths are just because of poor identification/catching it late, which since awareness is now high, is much less likely.




The cruise ship has been in quarantine for about two weeks, though a large portion of the passengers did get the disease (something like 20-25%), so this outbreak has been largely contained (localized to the ship) for some time and is starting to drop off in terms of new cases.




I honestly see nothing that suggests even 1M infected total in the outbreak, let alone 500M. There are 'active'/not well contained outbreaks in Iran and Italy, but the response to new outbreaks is fairly swift, and even those are only in the low hundreds of recorded cases - which while a significant risk if left unchecked, were caught early enough to prevent pandemic scale. Remember, pandemic sort of spreading is exponential growth curves of cases, and while it did show that into early February, it's been linear and flattening out since.


Sure, not every case is documented and there is still potential for outbreak elsewhere, but there is no active powder-keg and there is no evidence the quarantine/sanitation efforts have been ineffective in stopping the spread - quite the opposite. It's big, about 1 in 100,000 people in the world have it, and it has the potential to blow up, but it is certainly not pandemic level and there are not signs of that happening now.
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Spanish Flu is about 10% then, although the numbers are pretty unreliable. Back then our knowledge was fairly limited and so we're in a better position to contain and treat. If it broke loose in europe / america etc then you'd have huge disruptions because they'd lock places down. Schools would shut. People would rush out to buy stuff causing supply issues. Some businesses would close for a time.
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