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2 years after COVID first hit the US, hundreds of thousands of Americans are still falling ill
Two years ago, the C.D.C. confirmed the first domestic case of coronavirus.

[abcnews.go.com]

xenoview 8 Jan 21
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When I see the death figures, it brings back the memory of climate change discussions we had within my family.

Every time climate change was brought up, my son would say "our world needs a pandemic."
In other words our increased population is part of the problem. Our efforts to control population within Democratic countries have been somewhat successful but very unsuccessful in many parts of the world due to religious interference and cultural norms.

"Our efforts to control population within Democratic countries have been somewhat successful..." What the heck are you talking about?

@racocn8 middle and upper class Americans and Europeans have smaller and smaller families compared to our parents' generation.

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This is all old news.

It feels like forever ago.

Also the article left out the infected cruise ships.

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Yes, but they are not dying at nearly the rate they were. That's an important detail.

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