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Benny

There’s often data on Thur and Friday. Perhaps start a thread then? Otherwise, are you just looking for data as a theme, or could this be incorporated in the Open thread?

humphrey

There is nothing wrong with anyone starting an issue specific thread. The title alone explains the subject matter.

humphrey

Speaking of numbers.

The results so far compiled in the Bolivian election are now drawing closer to the exit polls.

As of 3:35 pm ET they read.

MAS 2,248.652 51.97%

CC 1,332,612 30.80%

With 70.49% of the votes counted.

humphrey

Not a good number!

https://thehill.com/policy/healthcare/521959-cdc-reports-300000-more-deaths-than-expected-this-year-likely-due-to-covid

Nearly 300,000 more people have died so far this year than would be expected in a normal year, likely due to COVID-19 or the pandemic’s indirect impacts, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Deaths of people in the 25-44 age group was 25.6 percent higher than expected when compared to similar time periods in previous years, the highest increase for any age group, according to a report published Tuesday. Along racial and ethnic lines, Hispanic or Latino people saw the highest percentage increase in numbers of deaths compared with previous years at 54 percent.

The count of “excess deaths” — deaths that exceed the numbers from previous years — has been used throughout the pandemic to try to determine how many people have died from COVID-19.

The CDC report found that between late January to Oct. 3, the U.S. had 299,000 more deaths than the typical number during the same time period in previous years.

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Benny

Princess Pelosi may have Midas ears as much as Mitch McConnell.

orlbucfan

T and R, NYCVG!!😊☮️👍 You are way ahead of me in doing the OTs. I open and that is as fas as my cyber skills go.😂

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well……I see Texas