I can't believe it and you've been a member of AFF for over 10 years. They are only made in SA and lovers love and haters hate. Hope you're work isn't too stressful at the moment. I hope your friend likes themNever heard of fruchoc but just put in an order for my captive MEL friend
Well good news - the test came back negative - only took 8 hours! So now I need to put into my mind - social distancing, no hugging toddlers!Had a bit of a wake up call today on how easy it is to do the wrong thing! My next door neighbour put on her Facebook page that she was taking her teenage daughter to get tested because she wasn’t feeling well. Problem is the girl came in to see us on Friday to give us some chocs and a plant and she brought her 4 year old brother and I gave him a couple of hugs and he passed his bottle around as a bit of a game. Ms FM and baby were visiting so we all congregated in the entrance hall chatting and then didn’t wash our hands after they left. So lots of things done wrong!
I am sure it’s not a problem, but just so easy to get complacent and forget the rules! Will have a nervous few days until the test comes back - as much for Ms FM as ourselves as she is vulnerable
drron. Any idea how they would classify co morbidity? Would for example a person who initially presented to their GP with high blood pressure, cholesterol etc but are at present successfully managing the health condition by medication be classified as having co morbidity?Italy have done a study of their Covid deaths.Only 4% had no co morbidities.
*hangs head in shame* I need to spend more time on dining threads.I can't believe it and you've been a member of AFF for over 10 years. They are only made in SA and lovers love and haters hate. Hope you're work isn't too stressful at the moment. I hope your friend likes them
Interesting. Have been tracking case figures over here as well using the ECDC data and it's interesting to note that with borders opened up in Europe, while most countries have had rises (Spain has gone mad again, but in localised areas) both Italy and Greece (although it's had a slight uptick in the past few days) are holding steady with no major increases. Not so the case for other holiday hot spots..... to me it says they may well have good measures in place that are helping to control the spread, whereas some other European countries perhaps don't.
Yes.I joined up Statista as they have a few of these reports.You have to pay for more detailed numbers but this lot is free to members.Here is the Age breakdown.very few deaths under 30.Is that the same Italian data set?
What does the statistical analysis say about the age interaction?
Both charts make sense separately of course, but it's the interaction of the covariates that I'm interested in as they seem to have a reasonable sample size. Any link available to the statistical analysis?Yes.I joined up Statista as they have a few of these reports.You have to pay for more detailed numbers but this lot is free to members.Here is the Age breakdown.very few deaths under 30.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) death rate in Italy as of July 14, 2020, by age group
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