I thought children were at lower risk than adults.
Was this ever answered?
Who is instituting lockdowns at this stage in the US? The only restrictions I know of are mask mandates and vaccine requirements. Some people are...
True. We've done a good job of keeping society open since the vaccines became available. Much of Europe and Australia have dealt with lockdowns...
We already know mink, deer, cats, and other mammals can get it. But this is the first I've heard of a major variant possibly coming from another...
Is it related to natural resources?
I just want to say that I have seen the map before, so I'm not participating in this round. It's fun to watch every one else try to guess what it is.
We got a light coating of snow today, but temperatures were slightly above freezing, so it's melting now.
That article mentioned an uptick in deaths of working-age adults moreso than older people. I imagine that has to do with older people being more...
Is it related to freedom to do something?
IIRC the Spanish flu circulated as the seasonal flu for 40 years. I could imagine Covid being similar.
Here's the Wikipedia article I took my last map from: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Chinese_administrative_divisions_by_life_expectancy
Samson got it! It's life expectancy.
Not related to education, nor is it public transport or import/export.
I'll give you another hint: it's a fairly common statistic.
Why hasn't Pfizer's antiviral pill been approved yet? I imagine that would help a lot.
Here's the map again for the new page.
It's not education, gaming, or cities, but cities might have more of something that would help improve the statistics.
It's not a physical thing.
My grandparents are in their 80s, and they were trying to get me to fly out to California and stay with them before they got vaccinated. They...
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