What is Germany doing differently with COVID-19?
If you know (and I mean know, not speculation), then tell me at on Twitter @JoeMoreno.
Germany: 7,272 confirmed cases with only 17 deaths.
France: 6,650 confirm cases with 148 deaths.
United States: 4,287 confirmed cases with 74 deaths.
Is Germany under reporting? Are they providing a different protocol for treatment? Or, are they simply a statistical anomaly?
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China has reported single digit new cases for the past few days. Their seemingly draconian solution was lockdown. As of this moment, I am only aware of one municipality that's done this in the U.S., which is San Francisco with a shelter-in-place order effective at midnight. The New Jersey governor is encouraging a statewide curfew going into effect 8 PM – 5 AM.
possibly a different strain?
maybe not double face kiss upon meeting?
better pneumonia vaccines?
less large group interactions?
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