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My Uncle is suffering from CÖVÌD. He told my Mother, who is a Doctor, who told me. In your kindness, please pray for him to recover. His family and all of us are very worried. Hopefully, he will get better. Kindly pray for him. His name is Soruban Jude Francis. 
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Dear God: please protect and bless Soruban Jude Francis.

Please protect and bless XavierSem and his family too.  

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Certainly will pray. Did your uncle take the ναccιnє?

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Thanks a lot, everybody, for the prayers! Josefa, no my uncle didn't take the ναccιnє. He was planning to, but he didn't. Two others I know got CÖVÌD. One person recovered in her house itself, and another family, mother and daughter, had only mild symptoms before full recovery. The first person got ναccιnαted, the second family didn't. My uncle's case is more acute and critical, so we're all praying and waiting and hoping for the best. On the general CÖVÌD situation in my country: There were some 400,000 cases and 4000 deaths a day for a few days here in India; out of our 1.4 billion population. I know the case fatality rate for CÖVÌD is low, like 1-2%, but that means nothing when a relative is suffering in the hospital. Thanks again for all your prayers. God bless you all.
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I know the case fatality rate for CÖVÌD is low, like 1-2%, but that means nothing when a relative is suffering in the hospital.

I just want to point out the official CÖVÌD recovery rate (see graphic below).

I understand that's cold comfort when a loved one is suffering from it. May God bless your uncle and bring him to a full recovery.
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Given a survival rate of 99.98%, Adam Riese would expect 100% - 99.98% = 0.02% fatalities. But the table says 0.0002% in the second row.

It appears that all values in the second column should be multiplied by a factor of 100, or the survival rates should be 99.99997%, 99.9998%, 99.995%, and 99.946%. Or all numbers are bunk.

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Given a survival rate of 99.98%, Adam Riese would expect 100% - 99.98% = 0.02% fatalities. But the table says 0.0002% in the second row.

It appears that all values in the second column should be multiplied by a factor of 100, or the survival rates should be 99.99997%, 99.9998%, 99.995%, and 99.946%. Or all numbers are bunk.

Always trust your first world medical authorities. :jester:
:laugh1: Great catch.  I think the percentage symbols in the second column are the culprit.  Somebody goofed.
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  • Given a survival rate of 99.98%, Adam Riese would expect 100% - 99.98% = 0.02% fatalities. But the table says 0.0002% in the second row.

    It appears that all values in the second column should be multiplied by a factor of 100, or the survival rates should be 99.99997%, 99.9998%, 99.995%, and 99.946%. Or all numbers are bunk.

    Always trust your first world medical authorities. :jester:

    Yeah, all the fatality rates are off by two decimal points, a common mistake when trying to convert things to percent.  So shift everything to the right by two decimal points and you get the correct numbers.  So I just suspect a simple mistake.  Either drop the "%" sign or else shift everything to the right by two places.  I've heard the ".003" % survival rate for 19 and under a lot, so I figure that's the correct numbder.

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