Statistics and Thoughts

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Statistics and Thoughts

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I find that many people are comparing California to other states and freaking out because California has the most cases and deaths, but that is to be expected. People don't take into account the fact that California has the largest population out of all the other states. Recently, there has been a large spike, but that is because of the fact that it is winter. It is colder, so people are gathering inside more, and the sun isn't as direct, so COVID-19 is spreading more. But when spring comes, the spike will go down. In fact, the spike is already beginning to drop, and once next winter comes around, people will have been vaccinated and more people will have gotten it, and things will hopefully get better and restrictions will go away.

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This item was submitted on January 25, 2021 by Conrad R. Weston using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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