Because the population density is no where near the same - nor the rate of obesity.
You're admitting to cherry picking variables here and you don't even know it.
Guess what states have the highest per capita cases in the US. Top 5:
1. North Dakota
2. Rhode Island
3. South Dakota
You don't hit a major state with high population density until #12 with NJ. NY is #17, Try again ---- head.
That said, Germany is 50% worse than Canada per capita so you are laying those deaths at Angela's feet?
Something was clearly different. Cases per capita weren't that far off. Outcomes were.
Also, we should be receiving some pretty big death revisions once our definition of COVID death is brought in line with the rest of the world.
Sure. Is this like all the other "evidence" that's always sure to be coming soon and prove you right and the stupid libruls wrong? LOL
Because total cases is a function of actually testing - which makes countries impossible to compare.
No it doesn't. We know roughly the proportions of symptomatic to asymptomatic cases. Number of cases gives you a benchmark for prevalence in the populace.
Not what the studies say.
#68 | POSTED BY CHRISN_1991
That's exactly what the studies say.
Multiple large, controlled trials at multiple centers in the US and around the world found no benefit for HCQ in treating COVID patients.
Hence why it wasn't used regularly to treat COVID patients.
That is unless doctors outside the US decided to stick it to Trump and let their patients get substandard care.
Jesus Christ you're dumber than dog ----.