The most recent news about the coronavirus pandemic is that the number of positive cases in the United States has reached 1,000. As of right now, no one is known to have died from the virus. In fact, the number of people being tested for the virus is increasing every day. As of Monday, we were on the cusp of knowing that 3,000 out of the 8,000 cases are in just the South.
However, the news is in my hands. We’ve known since we were in college that the number of cases in the United States has been rising, but have not been able to say for certain that there are no new cases. We’re still in the early stages of testing the virus, but the numbers have not been able to tell us that there are still cases in the United States.
As we continue to test, we may find that there are cases in the United States. We would then be able to say that we have no evidence of the virus, and could release a statement that we have no evidence of the virus.
We may find that there are cases in the United States but we could also find that we have no evidence of the virus. We would then be able to say that we have evidence of the virus and that we are using our best efforts to test all cases reported.
The above is a perfect example of an over-generalization. There are many cases in the United States, including many cases that we know nothing about. The news segment isn’t even claiming that we’ve found a case in the United States. It is just giving us a hint of what we don’t know.
We do know that we have no evidence of the virus, that we are using our best efforts to test all cases reported, and that we are keeping an eye on the best case scenario. It is a good example of what we call “over-generalization”. I am not sure that we would call this example “over-generalization” because I believe that the news segment is correct about the best case scenario.
We have no idea what the best case scenario is. In this case, it seems that we are assuming that we have a case in the United States. But this is not the case. We dont have a single credible report of a case in the US. We do have cases in the Asia-Pacific region, but they are not in the US.
The US has cases in Korea, South Korea, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, France, Holland, and the UK. I think the best case scenario would be for the US to have a case in South Korea. I don’t have a better example than that, but you get the gist.
And that is why the US is so vulnerable.