Flattening the Curve of Covid-19

Smoke of Satan & the Open Windows of Vatican II

What is the curve?

The “curve” researchers are talking about refers to the projected number of people who will contract COVID-19 over a period of time. (To be clear, this is not a hard prediction of how many people will definitely be infected, but a theoretical number that’s used to model the virus’ spread.) Here’s what one looks like:


A sample epidemic curve, with and without social distancing. (Image credit: Johannes Kalliauer/ CC BY-SA 4.0)

The curve takes on different shapes, depending on the virus’s infection rate. It could be a steep curve, in which the virus spreads exponentially (that is, case counts keep doubling at a consistent rate), and the total number of cases skyrockets to its peak within a few weeks. Infection curves with a steep rise also have a steep fall; after the virus infects pretty much everyone who can be infected, case numbers begin to drop…

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Day 91- The Deadliest Mile

"When you lift up the Son of Man, then you will realize that I AM." John 8:28 Christians are freed by the sign of death, yet they hardly recognize it. The crucifix dangling around our necks, in our churches and on the walls of our homes are not just pretty adornments; they are meant to …

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