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Old 9th May 2020, 11:23
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golder
 
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Location: australia
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Originally Posted by VP959 View Post
It's not "my fantasy" at all, it's a pattern that's repeated all over the world. Pretty much every country has a significantly higher rate of spread of infection is densely populated areas, when compared to their more sparsely populated areas. It only takes ten minutes looking at the data from countries all around the world to show this very clearly.
No, it starts at a transport hub, normally a major city. Then it spreads from there. The busier the hub, the sooner it started. We got our first positive case before the UK, go figure. I wonder what would have happened, if the UK followed australia in prevention?
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