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Comparing Corona Virus Success Stories with Abysmal Failures

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4 hours ago, iNow said:

Their reporting system is less relevant to me than their lifestyle. Close communal living and lack of education or hygiene are frustratingly common across the subcontinent. 

not sure what you mean by communal living. Are you saying most people from India live in communal living?

Some parts of India lack water so that may explain the lack of hygiene.

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8 hours ago, nec209 said:

not sure what you mean by communal living. Are you saying most people from India live in communal living?

Some parts of India lack water so that may explain the lack of hygiene.

My intended point relates most closely to overcrowding and proximity. It's embedded within the system itself, as well as the culture and how/where people spend time. When eating, when in markets, when sleeping or on trains, when scavenging if they're destitute, bathing in the Ganges, etc. 

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Not good , the US is facing a doctor shortage.

Base on this article the US has now less than million doctors 

https://www.statista.com/topics/1244/physicians/
 

With all the schools closed for the virus it looks like things are going to get much worse with shortage of doctors.

To make things worse they now are sayIng there is less physicists and engineer in the world now.

And now they are saying with out cure or vaccine life will not get back to normal. Well does this mean there is going to be massive shortage of skilled people with the schools being closed?

 

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