Patients under 65 have just a .0017 death rate.
Patient over 65 has a .0469 death rate.
Medical advancements in the care of those with the Chinese Coronavirus, Covid-19, are fairing far better this winter than those who suffered the viral infection last spring.
Early statistics hovered at 6% fatality accumulative, before breaking down statistics by age. Now the overall Oklahoma fatality rate is less than 1%
Mistakes Made - Lessons Learned:
Health Dept Cancels Weekly Data Reports After Mandates Prove Harmful In Reports
3 weeks ago, we reported the internal findings that the Oklahoma Health Dept had ignored. Their data showed that after 3 weeks of municipal mask mandates went into effect in many cities, the viral spread actually increased more in those areas than the rest of the state. Shortly thereafter the Health Dept discontinued the weekly data reports. When asked about the change, about 10 days ago the leadership said the data is still available, but they are not providing comparison breakdowns.
The Health Dept is also ignoring many other positive developments, such as the steeply lower death rates. It seems they are addicted to the power they attain through daily doses of fearmongering. Their powers of social engineering are also a strong compulsion. We find it very sad that we are having to provide the good news that they are clearly avoiding any narrative of.
The governor is facing strong public opposition to his shutdown tactics in the entertainment sectors. A major lawsuit from Frank Urbanic's legal firm is so far prevailing in district court.
Politically, the governor is losing touch with his base of support and may face a very challenging legislative session with few allies among the lawmakers who have to come up with solutions to some very challenging matters of budget, justice reform, medicaid expansion, and a flat budget. Within 6 months we will see candidates announcing for the 2022 governor's race.