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If people contract Covid-19, recover, and then test positive again for the disease, are they typically contagious? 2 On May 19, 2020, the South Korean CDC released a study of…

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What portion of all adults in the U.S. report that worry and stress related to Covid-19 is harming their mental health badly enough to create physical effects? 3 A scientific…

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If 240,000 people in the U.S. ultimately die from Covid-19, will the disease destroy more years of human life than accidents? 2 If 240,000 Covid-19 deaths ultimately occur in the…

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Which of the following organizations or people claimed that “Covid-19 spreads less efficiently than” the flu? 3 On March 3, 2020, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the Director-General of the World Health…

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Which of the following nations has the highest reported Covid-19 death rate measured as a portion of the population? 5 As of August 6, 2020, Belgium has the highest reported…

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According to the CDC’s “current best estimate,” what portion of people aged 49 and younger who catch Covid-19 die from it? 3 According to the CDC’s “current best estimate,” 35%…

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What is the average cost to each U.S. household of federal laws thus far passed to address the Covid-19 pandemic and government shutdowns of business? 3 The federal government has…

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What portion of all U.S. residents have thus far been killed by Covid-19? 3 According to the CDC’s count of “confirmed and probable” Covid-19 fatalities, a total of 67,456 U.S….

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What portion of the 280 people in New York City who have died from Covid-19 as of March 25th had underlying health challenges like diabetes, hypertension, cancer, and heart disease?…

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What portion of all U.S. adults personally know someone in the U.S. who has died from Covid-19? 3 A nationally representative survey conducted by Axios/Ipsos in late August 2020 found…

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When two New York City hospitals began testing all maternity patients for Covid-19, what portion of the women who tested positive did not have any symptoms? 3 A recent article…

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…In comparison, 10 U.S. residents had died from Covid-19 as of noon on March 5, 2020. The 2011 paper explains that 87% of swine flu deaths “occurred in those under…

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…in 1959 to 62% in 2018. Social programs are those that provide healthcare, income security, education, nutrition, housing, and cultural services. These also encompass the vast bulk of all Covid-19-related…

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…comparison, there are roughly 35,000 deaths from high blood pressure each year, about 15,000 murders per year, and 36 deaths from the Covid-19 as of noon on March 12th, 2020….

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…all correlate to better health. Dr. Jerome Adams, the U.S. Surgeon General, recently stated that “communities of color” who are being disproportionately impacted by Covid-19 should “avoid alcohol, tobacco, and…

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…that “unemployment is associated with a 63% higher risk of mortality in studies controlling for covariates.” Regardless of whether job losses from Covid-19 lockdowns are brief or sustained, the study…

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…work. The analogous figures for fishers was 1,292, roofers was 1,942, and farmers was 4,051. In comparison, Covid-19 has killed roughly one out of every 4,000 U.S. residents as of…

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