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  1. #3152
    Quote Originally Posted by Nordico  [View Original Post]
    Actually governments have lot to say how the virus operates. As an example;.

    Sweden has 3540 cases /1 million population and 418 deaths /1 million population. Denmark, Finland and Norway with similar health care system, nursing homes, demography etc. , but different approach to the Covid-19 have 1592 cases /1 million population and 66 deaths /1 million population.

    The Swedish economy is equally hit as it's neighbouring countries, but when Europe is opening up it's citizens are not welcome to some countries because the pandemic situation is still one of the worst in the world. At the same time the number of deaths per day in the other three countries is close to zero (0-5). It's not a coincidence, but I totally agree with your last sentence and hope that we can travel back ASAP.
    Not true. Sweden is doing much better than Finland and Norway when in it comes to the economy.

  2. #3151

    Precisely

    Quote Originally Posted by Nordico  [View Original Post]
    Actually governments have lot to say how the virus operates.
    The way I would state it is like this. Leadership matters. And when you have poor and / or ineffective leadership (United States and Brazil as examples), then you're going to be worse off and more adversely impacted by a crisis like a pandemic.

  3. #3150
    Quote Originally Posted by SpeedToys  [View Original Post]

    Governments don't tell a virus how to operate.

    Either way, lets hope its all over soon and we can travel back.
    Actually governments have lot to say how the virus operates. As an example;.

    Sweden has 3540 cases /1 million population and 418 deaths /1 million population. Denmark, Finland and Norway with similar health care system, nursing homes, demography etc. , but different approach to the Covid-19 have 1592 cases /1 million population and 66 deaths /1 million population.

    The Swedish economy is equally hit as it's neighbouring countries, but when Europe is opening up it's citizens are not welcome to some countries because the pandemic situation is still one of the worst in the world. At the same time the number of deaths per day in the other three countries is close to zero (0-5). It's not a coincidence, but I totally agree with your last sentence and hope that we can travel back ASAP.

  4. #3149

    Involuntary clincal trials

    Quote Originally Posted by TheCane  [View Original Post]
    That would be 12 to 15 times higher (versus a percentage). Brazil is getting slammed with this thing!
    Well, whether right or wrong, Balsonaro seems to be all in with Herd immunity (little flu) and doubling down by striking that deal to supply Hydro-cloro medication. Unfortunately, seems that not by choice, the Brazilian citizens will be the participating in this gigantic petri dish or clincal trials of a different way of dealing with covid 19 at a mass scale as compared to the majority of the world.

    If this were high stakes poker, Balso has been all in since day one. Who knows what's up. He and generals might be nut cases, or some how weasel their way past this because of a lucky hand. Either way, the world will be looking closely to see what the outcomes will be with this approach. People are going to die regardless, but his approach will either increase or lower the deaths significantly.

  5. #3148
    Quote Originally Posted by Nordico  [View Original Post]
    This article sums up how the incapable Brazilian government f*ed up. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-h...-idUSKBN2321DU.
    This assumes the goal is "stopping". Which it can't be. You have the biology to survive it or not.

    Governments don't tell a virus how to operate.

    Either way, lets hope its all over soon and we can travel back.

  6. #3147
    Quote Originally Posted by TheCane  [View Original Post]
    That would be 12 to 15 times higher (versus a percentage). Brazil is getting slammed with this thing!
    That was in the article I posted last month. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-h...-idUSKCN21V1X1.

    At least vaccine manufactures will look to Brasil for clinical trials of their vaccines to see if it works because it is so widespread there.

  7. #3146
    Quote Originally Posted by TheCane  [View Original Post]
    That would be 12 to 15 times higher (versus a percentage). Brazil is getting slammed with this thing!
    This article sums up how the incapable Brazilian government f*ed up. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-h...-idUSKBN2321DU.

  8. #3145

    Correction

    Quote Originally Posted by TheCane  [View Original Post]
    Brazil is the new hot spot for COVID-19! And you know the situation is many magnitudes worse due to a gross lack of testing and under reporting. I have heard estimates that the true level of infection ranges anywhere from 12% to 15% higher. Who knows? What we know for sure is that people are dying!

    https://www.aol.com/article/news/202...azil/24413991/
    That would be 12 to 15 times higher (versus a percentage). Brazil is getting slammed with this thing!

  9. #3144
    Travel restriction extended for another 30 days.

    http://www.in.gov.br/en/web/dou/-/po...2020-258114133

  10. #3143

    Hot!

    Brazil is the new hot spot for COVID-19! And you know the situation is many magnitudes worse due to a gross lack of testing and under reporting. I have heard estimates that the true level of infection ranges anywhere from 12% to 15% higher. Who knows? What we know for sure is that people are dying!

    https://www.aol.com/article/news/202...azil/24413991/

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  12. #3141
    Quote Originally Posted by Elvis2008  [View Original Post]
    Maybe there is an exception but as far as I know, in SP, they all are.
    Good to know.

  13. #3140
    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    Allow me to add a little more dumb to your question. I was in Sao Paulo at that same time last year and it was freezing. So an outdoor swimming pool will do you no good. And you will be lucky if it is sunny.
    Sao Paulo weather is a little like Sub Tropical South Florida with a reversal of seasons although Sao Paulo never gets as hot and never gets as cold as say Miami. The coldest months in SP are June, July and August. If my summer travel plans to Thailand fall thru, I was thinking of going to Sao Paulo in late October / November provided Brazil opens up. The temp range in November is a low of 65f to a high of 80f. Not as warm as I like it, but warm enough. But you are right. In my preliminary research, I was surprised to see the number of quality SP hotels with in-door pools.

  14. #3139
    Quote Originally Posted by NattyBumpo  [View Original Post]

    My dumb ass question concerns what SP Hotels are Guest Friendly? I have searched the internet and strangely can't find the answer. Is it all, some, or a few?
    Maybe there is an exception but as far as I know, in SP, they all are.

  15. #3138
    Quote Originally Posted by NattyBumpo  [View Original Post]
    if I can't go to Asia from mid August to the end of October I won't be able to go there at all in 2020. I know Brazil is currently on hold too, but should the country reopen by the Fall I would be very interested in flying down for a quicky 2 week Sao Paulo fix. My dumb ass question concerns what SP Hotels are Guest Friendly? I prefer 4* & 5* hotels relatively close to the action with sunny outdoor swimming pools.
    Allow me to add a little more dumb to your question. I was in Sao Paulo at that same time last year and it was freezing. So an outdoor swimming pool will do you no good. And you will be lucky if it is sunny.

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