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Tamaz Khunjua: The time for pathetic questions is over

Tamaz Khunjua: The time for pathetic questions is over

I haven’t written anything about covid for a long time. Although what to write about him, it seems that everything is clear? I was writing not to show that I can solve differential equations, but in an attempt to at least change something. Although, of course, I had no illusions. The disease is spreading in full agreement with the model built in September. As expected, official statistics no longer reflect reality at all. Well, how can it reflect reality when the number of tests and the number of detected cases actually coincide? According to my estimates, all numbers can be confidently multiplied by two. It remains only to emphasize a few points for the story.

In my opinion, the saddest thing is not even that we are the world’s anti-record holders in terms of the number of diseases, tests and mortality. And the fact that we were plunged into this situation by an unprecedented and criminal thirst for power of several people. An emergency introduction of a state of emergency (with the postponement of the elections) could stop the spread of the disease in mid-October. Let me remind you that then the total number of cases for the entire period of the epidemic was in the region of 10 thousand. I was not wrong. Over the past month, ten times more people fell ill than in the period from March to October. And, accordingly, also 10 times more died, that is, 900 people. This is called an exhibitor. I’m not even saying that it was possible to go through this wave quite calmly, if you did not proclaim yourself “winners of covid” and did not steal the money given out to fight the virus. The time for pathetic questions has already ended. As well as the opportunity to play the situation back. On a big Christian holiday, I don’t want to curse them. But to forget that as a result of their criminal activities we were left alone with huge challenges, too. As well as the fact that 2 percent of 4 million is 80 thousand.

Tamaz Khunjua, GSAC