Matemática simple

El COVID-19 @ Costa Rica

15 de marzo 35 casos
17 de marzo 50 casos + 15
18 de marzo 69 casos + 19
19 de marzo 87 casos + 18
20 de marzo 113 casos + 26
21 de marzo 117 casos + 4
22 de marzo 134 casos + 17
23 de marzo 158 casos + 24
24 de marzo 177 casos + 19
25 de marzo 201 casos + 24

A ese ritmo para el
15 de abril > 38,000 casos
30 de abril > millón.

10% requerirán hospitalización. 100.000 costarricenses internados, no al unísono; pero en un periodo cortísimo de 14 días.

Tenemos 7.000 camas en nuestros hospitales públicos,

¿Ya se dieron cuenta de los números?

100.000 enfermos que requieren hospitalización, contra 7.000 camas. No da.

65.000 adultos mayores o enfermos, que podrían ser mis papás (librámelos de todo mal) o lo suyos. Que NO son desechables y sin embargo 16.000 de ellos podrían morir antes de que termine abril.

Todo esto en los próximos 40 días.

Ahora sí comprende la cara del ministro?

Ahora sí va a quitar esa cara de ridículo cuando ve a alguien con guantes y mascarilla?

Ahora sí va a dejar de andar en la calle haciendo el papel en media emergencia nacional?

Ahora sí va a parar de reunirse con amigos para las birritas y el asado?

Ahora sí va a decirle a sus hijos que por favor no salgan a jugar con ningún otro niño?

Ahora sí va a hacer caso?

Esto no es un juego, demuestre que tiene cerebro acatando cada lineamiento del Ministerio de Salud e infórmese porque nada dice que no va a ser usted quien vea en los próximos días a alguien que ama muriendo solo y entubado, sin posibilidad ni de ser despedido.

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Ivan Madrigal #exitosoivan #ticomagnate a costarican, meaning that I live in Costa Rica. Graduated as an industrial engineer and later worked for my father businesses before having the great opportunity to have a small internship in England, at the company Vinten Broadcast that manufactures equipment for the broadcasting industry. After that I decided to learn another language and tried French. However the unstable labor market here forced me to try other career paths like sales and marketing, which I now self-study or implement. Also developed more experience in Customer Service at several Call centers like at IBM Business Transformation, working as Payroll manager for a company that downsized me, named Dana Corporation... later at Fujitsu, where its big account BellSouth, moved to other country.. and finally Hewlett Packard within their biggest account: Pfizer. Because I didn't want to miss my experience at UK dealing with broadcasting, I studied this career at INA which graduates high level technicians for Central America. Nevertheless, I am trying to make multinational companies recognize my degrees, and get in a position were I can be more productive and creative. But the truth, the best way to show my potential is by owning my business and create presence by networking with people. That´s why I am here, because I need to move on, leave my country for many years, and challenge my skills using new languages that I can learn gradually. There seems to be many obstacles for me to achieve this, but I will deal with this using time management and other tools. I wonder, when will be the time when I recover completly from my motorcycle accident and win the trial, before walking normally with a cane and finally dance... dance with the wolves. The wolves that are in MySpace and Facebook, for example, where I am profiled.