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Wikipedia's "DeathS in 2020" COVID-19 deaths ... so far (03/15/2020)
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That Derek
2020-03-15 16:11:32 UTC
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01/29: Yang Xiaobo, 57, Chinese engineer, politician and business executive, mayor of Huangshi (2009–2014), COVID-19.

02/15: Duan Zhengcheng, 85, Chinese engineer, COVID-19

02/17: Hong Ling, 54, Chinese biochemist, COVID-19

02/17: Li Wenliang, 33, Chinese ophthalmologist and whistleblower, COVID-19

02/27: Hadi Khosroshahi, 81, Iranian cleric and diplomat, COVID-19

03/02: Mohammad Mirmohammadi, 70, Iranian politician, member of the Expediency Discernment Council (since 2012), COVID-19.

03/03: Mohammad Haj Abolghasemi, 71, Iranian military commander (Basij), COVID-19.

03/03: Fatemeh Rahbar, 56, Iranian politician, MP (2004–2016), COVID-19

03/05: Hossein Sheikholeslam, 67, Iranian politician, MP (2004–2008) and Ambassador to Syria (1998–2003), COVID-19

03/07: Mohammad-Reza Rahchamani, 67, Iranian physician and politician, MP (1984–2000), COVID-19

03/09: Italo De Zan, 94, Italian racing cyclist, COVID-19.

03/09: Lee Cha-su, 62, South Korean politician and activist, COVID-19

03/10: Marcelo Peralta, 59, Argentine saxophonist, COVID-19.

03/12: Giovanni Battista Rabino, 88, Italian politician, MP (1983–1994), COVID-19

03/13: Nasser Shabani, Iranian brigadier general (Revolutionary Guard), COVID-19.[20] (death announced on this date)

03/15: Vittorio Gregotti, 92, Italian architect, COVID-19
Louis Epstein
2020-03-15 16:33:37 UTC
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01/29: Yang Xiaobo, 57, Chinese engineer, politician and business executive, mayor of Huangshi (2009?2014), COVID-19.
02/15: Duan Zhengcheng, 85, Chinese engineer, COVID-19
02/17: Hong Ling, 54, Chinese biochemist, COVID-19
02/17: Li Wenliang, 33, Chinese ophthalmologist and whistleblower, COVID-19
02/27: Hadi Khosroshahi, 81, Iranian cleric and diplomat, COVID-19
03/02: Mohammad Mirmohammadi, 70, Iranian politician, member of the Expediency Discernment Council (since 2012), COVID-19.
03/03: Mohammad Haj Abolghasemi, 71, Iranian military commander (Basij), COVID-19.
03/03: Fatemeh Rahbar, 56, Iranian politician, MP (2004?2016), COVID-19
03/05: Hossein Sheikholeslam, 67, Iranian politician, MP (2004?2008) and Ambassador to Syria (1998?2003), COVID-19
03/07: Mohammad-Reza Rahchamani, 67, Iranian physician and politician, MP (1984?2000), COVID-19
03/09: Italo De Zan, 94, Italian racing cyclist, COVID-19.
03/09: Lee Cha-su, 62, South Korean politician and activist, COVID-19
03/10: Marcelo Peralta, 59, Argentine saxophonist, COVID-19.
03/12: Giovanni Battista Rabino, 88, Italian politician, MP (1983?1994), COVID-19
03/13: Nasser Shabani, Iranian brigadier general (Revolutionary Guard), COVID-19.[20] (death announced on this date)
03/15: Vittorio Gregotti, 92, Italian architect, COVID-19
There was also an Italian doctor they deleted yesterday as insufficiently notable.

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Kenny McCormack
2020-03-15 20:01:50 UTC
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In article <r4lld1$rji$***@reader2.panix.com>,
Louis Epstein <***@top.put.com> wrote:
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Post by Louis Epstein
There was also an Italian doctor they deleted yesterday as
insufficiently notable.
I've been thinking this for a while now; seeing this thread brought it to
the fore.

We need to have someone famous and American due from this - before the
general public is going to take this seriously.

I.e., in order to get them to take it seriously.
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the elderly. And not from pampering the rich and fighting wars for them."

--Living Blue in a Red State--
Kenny McCormack
2020-03-15 20:02:53 UTC
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Post by Kenny McCormack
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Post by Louis Epstein
There was also an Italian doctor they deleted yesterday as
insufficiently notable.
I've been thinking this for a while now; seeing this thread brought it to
the fore.
We need to have someone famous and American due from this - before the
s/due/die/
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Terry del Fuego
2020-03-16 21:30:54 UTC
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Post by Kenny McCormack
We need to have someone famous and American due from this - before the
general public is going to take this seriously.
I have lots of suggestions.
David Carson
2020-03-17 14:46:16 UTC
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On Mon, 16 Mar 2020 14:30:54 -0700, Terry del Fuego
Post by Terry del Fuego
Post by Kenny McCormack
We need to have someone famous and American due from this - before the
general public is going to take this seriously.
I have lots of suggestions.
The stock market has tanked, store shelves are empty, public
gatherings and events are postpoined, cancelled or banned,
restaurants, schools, churches, gyms, etc. are closed, and the
coronavirus is a constant topic of conversation everywhere I turn. I
wonder what Kenny McCormack thinks the general public taking this
seriously would look like.
Kenny McCormack
2020-03-17 16:15:54 UTC
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In article <***@4ax.com>,
David Carson <***@neosoft.com> wrote:
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I wonder what Kenny McCormack thinks the general public taking this
seriously would look like.
I'm not surprised that you do wonder. It conforms with what I've generally
been able to deduce about your intelligence and capability of imagination.
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Travoltron
2020-03-19 14:56:00 UTC
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Post by Kenny McCormack
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I wonder what Kenny McCormack thinks the general public taking this
seriously would look like.
I'm not surprised that you do wonder. It conforms with what I've generally
been able to deduce about your intelligence and capability of imagination.
So you can't answer.
Just admit you made a mistake. You'll look a lot less foolish.
Kenny McCormack
2020-03-19 17:17:45 UTC
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Post by Travoltron
Post by Kenny McCormack
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I wonder what Kenny McCormack thinks the general public taking this
seriously would look like.
I'm not surprised that you do wonder. It conforms with what I've generally
been able to deduce about your intelligence and capability of imagination.
So you can't answer.
There was no question to answer.
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That Derek
2020-03-15 20:43:06 UTC
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Brief YouTube link:

Captain Carl (Phil Hartman) and Pee-Wee Herman on the importance of washing one's hands:


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