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  2. DH (naval architect and mechanical pencil fanatic) is super picky about all his writing/drawing stuff. He says do not use any eraser that goes on the end of a mechanical pencil because they are all trash and leave marks. Instead, buy the click erasers and use those instead. He prefers Pentel, but any brand click eraser is better than those that go on the end of the pencils. https://www.amazon.com/Pentel-Retractable-Assorted-Barrels-ZE21BP3M/dp/B0047CT6SE/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=click+eraser&qid=1596913744&sr=8-3 I forgot about his work stuff. This may be a good time to get some more led and pens for him. (And now I'm sorry I asked him because I'm getting a lecture on .3, .5, and .7 and why he needs them all in like 5 different specific colors. )
  3. I wouldn't be buying a lot for back to school either. But I will be adding to my arts and crafts and office supplies. Plus toddler stuff. I really like mechanical pencils. I don't like the eraser end of them though. They leave black smudges on the paper until they get worn down. Wish they would improve on that. Mine are Papermate. I'll see if I can find a different brand. G-son has to have a back pack. He keeps clean clothes in there and teachers send notes home to parents in them. They are little though. I can't imagine he will be there very long this year. Hope you and baby are doing well! Getting closer and closer to time.
  4. Our situation is more normal than I'd like, but there is no way I'm buying a new backpack and most of the rest is useless on digital for us. Our district clarified how a few things would be done and seriously it is all typing and mouse work on the computer. They have promised to limit print outs so we are just reusing older binders that are still good and a 3 hole punch we already have. There are about a thousand free calculator apps for phones and computers so not much point in adding a calculator even though we have a few lying around. My giant stash of half used pens and pencils will be standing by for any needed actual writing. I don't think we're going to add any new supplies for this year. Afterthought....I'd add computer paper and ink to my list...but I'm me and we aren't going to run out anytime soon.
  5. I don't know why that box is up there. Fat fingers I guess. Not retyping it. I looked on Ohio website. Our clothing limit per item is $75.00. And Internet sales do apply! Oh Lawsy, I'm letting my fingers do the walking tonight. Vendors.must comply by law.
  6. Pencils, sharpeners, mechanical pencils, ink pens, glue, scissors, crayons, paper, folders, binders, chalk, erasers, scotch tape, paper clips, binder clips, rubber bands, back pack, little calculator, maybe a label maker or the tape for them, white board, markers, stapler and staples, colored pencils, hole punch...and a cute little caddy to store it all in. Oh, computer paper and ink. Tee shirts, shorts, skirts, tops, shoes, socks, undies, bras etc. all kinds.of tween clothes. Mostly from Wal-Mart. As long as each item is under $20.00. Finding the products might be a bigger issue. I'm sure I forgot some things. A couple of questions: 1. Can you buy online and still get it tax free 2. I forgot. When I remember I'll come back
  7. You and Mary sure accomplish a lot despite arthritis! Doing video this morning as I don't want to leave the house for long today. It is fig day! Will make triple recipe of orange fig jam(6#) and then 5# of figs will be canned in a light syrup. Will walk dogs early as it is supposed to be 95 today.
  8. Ours is this week. It only applies to school items under $20 each and clothing under $100. Just in time for digital schooling. NOTHING is covered digitally--computers, headphones, software, etc. Nothing meets the requirements. Choose what you stock up on carefully, I have a feeling most of it is going to go to waste.
  9. I also use a LOT more cottage cheese this time of year....add to mac & cheese for "two cheese" version; to mac salad to power boost the protein; over toast sprinkle with cinnamon-sugar (a very old Weight Watchers recipe) for breakfast; stuffed into baked potatoes; made into mock sour cream; mashed with yolks for deviled eggs; mixed with some pineapple; in the center of a 'flower sliced' tomato (my moms favorite diet lunch); etc, etc, etc. Quick, lowfat (if you buy it that way), protein packed, and COLD. i even sprinkle on some Mrs Dash garlic & herb salt free blend and it tastes like ranch cottage cheese to me. To think, I used to hate the stuff!
  10. On 8/3/2020 at 11:12 AM, out_of_the_ordinary said: Don't get one with the PUL backing...those slide. We have a flat crib mattress pad cover (supposed to go under the fitted crib sheet) that worked well. That company has since made them much thinner and the newer ones slide around. I can't find the site now, but there's a company that makes washable chux-type pads. They are heavy and looked quilted. Some hospitals use them under mothers in the days after childbirth. Think as wide as a twin bed, but not as long. I had it bookmarked on my old computer, but I can't find it now. They were made in the USA. Something similar to these https://www.northshorecare.com/incontinence-products/incontinence-bed-pads/washable-bed-pads '= = = = = I can recommend these; got them when my husband was very ill and they worked well when I developed urge incontenence, until I finally gave up & used diapers. Sticks in my craw, but nothing I can do about it, LOL. These stay in place well and are easily washed. I still have 3. in my sick room preps. This is from the current dr leonard's catalog (yes it is on the internet, too) which has the best aids for various medical issues (prices are not bad either......one 10th what the insurance company wanted for a co-pay for a product nowhere as nice.) My hubby did not like to lay on them directly so I put them under the top sheet for him, but I did not find them too uncomfortable when I tried them. Home > Health & Beauty > Incontinence Products Roll over image to zoom in Quilted Waterproof Bed Pad 4.7 (71 reviews) Twin Bed Pad (Item # 22867) Price: $16.99 Quantity Full/Queen Bed Pad (Item # 22875) Price: $22.99 Quantity King Bed Pad (Item # 37452) Price: $29.99 For a DIY version, quilt a couple pieces of flannel (old sheets) over an old piece of vinyl tablecloth (fuzzy side down). The fuzzy side of the tablecloth helps with slippage; the vinyl stops the liquids, and the flannel topping makes it more comfortble to lie upon. Its a little hot in the summer but does work. That came from an old book called "aids to make you able" on how to make your own mobility and other aids. Very educational.....lots of good ideas. Moving along.....first time Mama lost 2 of her 5 babies, do not know why. Others are starting to open eyes and run around "their" room. The earlier batch are old enough (12 weeks) to move outdoors with their mama (or give to anyone looking for a pet). Cute little fluff balls. The local pet shops do not accept babies from non-breeders. too bad, ours were very popular in Wis because we socialized them well and when picked up they would purr and kiss you instead of hissing & scratching. Their loss. Butterscotch (occasional visitor) seems to be female; saw her drop in for a cold drink when it was 102 degrees, and almost did not recognize her because she was un-pregnant. Our training of Jack continues; he is doing better with his aggression issues. Took him down to the lake today to swim with us. One happy and tired pup! We have been more attentive to Jack's triggers and are working to de-sensitize him on those (food, and "his space"). We are currently struggling to put up a temporary garage - a tubular frame covered with heavy vinyl - everwhere in the yard is slanting, so we are building a level platform for a base/floor, and will bolt it down to that instead of setting on the ground. Our gravelly clay soil breaks those cheapo augers they provide for tie downs anyway, so we figure a floor will work better. Mary got some spray on grass/mulch for our hillside once it is up, to try to hold some of the little rain we get in the yard rather than simply running down the hill so quickly. She made a nice burn pit from cinder blocks for paper garbage burning, and I will add a composting area this fall for compostable stuff. Why waste it? I'll just make a compost pail for the kitchen, and lug it out in the morning when I check the gaden to see what is ready each day. I guess you could say we have become accustomed to our new hotter summers; we work in the morning, take frequent breaks, and a siesta from 1300 to 1500 for both people and critters seems to work best. Now if I could just get my arthritis to calm down in this humidity.....Im back on the cane again since it flared up. Oh well, it is what it is. Happy August.
  11. TheCG, hopefully a little of both. Teaching them young to keep their head down and their mouth shut and don't report any abuse...or else.
  12. I saw on the news tonight that the suspension was canceled. Gee, I wonder if pissed off people were contacting the school...or if the school district realized that could be a legal issue.
  13. 4,928,802 US 2,962,442 Brazil 2,027,074 India 875,378 Russia 545,476 South Africa 462,690 Mexico 455,409 Peru 368,825 Chile 357,710 Colombia 322,567 Iran 314,362 Spain 310,667 United Kingdom 285,793 Saudi Arabia 282,645 Pakistan 252,502 Bangladesh 249,756 Italy 238,450 Turkey 235,202 France 228,195 Argentina 216,196 Germany 144,064 Iraq 122,754 Philippines 121,226 Indonesia 120,900 Canada 112,383 Qatar 96,922 Kazakhstan 95,147 Egypt 91,969 Ecuador 88,549 China 86,423 Bolivia 82,323 Sweden 81,067 Oman 80,991 Israel 80,018 Ukraine 77,709 Dominican Republic 72,560 Panama 72,016 Belgium 70,727 Kuwait 68,614 Belarus 62,061 United Arab Emirates 59,273 Romania 58,117 Netherlands 55,270 Guatemala 54,797 Singapore 52,351 Portugal 50,324 Poland 45,757 Japan 45,755 Honduras 45,687 Nigeria 43,307 Bahrain 40,097 Ghana 39,985 Armenia 39,162 Kyrgyzstan 37,015 Afghanistan 36,269 Switzerland 34,155 Algeria 33,376 Azerbaijan 30,662 Morocco 29,057 Uzbekistan 27,608 Serbia 26,990 Moldova 26,470 Ireland 25,138 Kenya 24,166 Venezuela 22,214 Nepal 22,081 Costa Rica 21,837 Austria 21,452 Ethiopia 20,272 Australia 19,544 El Salvador 18,060 Czechia 17,718 Cameroon 16,524 Cote d'Ivoire 14,747 Denmark 14,519 Korea, South 13,722 West Bank and Gaza 13,687 Bosnia and Herzegovina 13,014 Bulgaria 12,708 Madagascar 11,894 Sudan 11,554 North Macedonia 10,887 Senegal 9,869 Kosovo 9,551 Norway 9,355 Congo (Kinshasa) 9,063 Malaysia 7,923 Gabon 7,777 Guinea 7,706 Tajikistan 7,582 Haiti 7,554 Finland 7,486 Zambia 7,113 Luxembourg 6,498 Mauritania 6,375 Paraguay 6,151 Albania 5,951 Lebanon 5,466 Croatia 5,338 Djibouti 5,270 Greece 4,879 Libya 4,821 Equatorial Guinea 4,769 Maldives 4,641 Central African Republic 4,621 Hungary 4,575 Malawi 4,451 Zimbabwe 3,902 Nicaragua 3,637 Congo (Brazzaville) 3,549 Montenegro 3,345 Thailand 3,227 Somalia 3,036 Eswatini 2,839 Sri Lanka 2,829 Cuba 2,802 Namibia 2,780 Cabo Verde 2,561 Mali 2,523 Slovakia 2,450 South Sudan 2,233 Slovenia 2,213 Mozambique 2,194 Lithuania 2,133 Estonia 2,128 Rwanda 2,096 Suriname 2,032 Guinea-Bissau 1,952 Iceland 1,936 Benin 1,887 Sierra Leone 1,796 Yemen 1,656 Tunisia 1,569 New Zealand 1,538 Angola 1,325 Uruguay 1,281 Latvia 1,254 Uganda 1,237 Jordan 1,230 Liberia 1,222 Cyprus 1,213 Georgia 1,158 Burkina Faso 1,153 Niger 1,090 Gambia 1,060 Syria 1,028 Togo 995 Malta 958 Jamaica 955 Andorra 942 Chad 878 Sao Tome and Principe 830 Bahamas 804 Botswana 789 Vietnam 742 Lesotho 712 Diamond Princess 699 San Marino 538 Guyana 509 Tanzania 477 Taiwan* 400 Burundi 396 Comoros 359 Burma 344 Mauritius 293 Mongolia 285 Eritrea 243 Cambodia 225 Trinidad and Tobago 188 Papua New Guinea 142 Brunei 138 Barbados 128 Monaco 126 Seychelles 114 Belize 108 Bhutan 92 Antigua and Barbuda 89 Liechtenstein 56 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 27 Fiji 25 Saint Lucia 25 Timor-Leste 24 Grenada 20 Laos 18 Dominica 17 Saint Kitts and Nevis 12 Holy See 10 Western Sahara State/Territory Cases in Last 7 Days Texas 56,580 Florida 50,930 California 49,417 Georgia 23,390 Arizona 13,930 Tennessee 13,276 Louisiana 13,170 North Carolina 11,438 Illinois 11,386 Alabama 11,037 South Carolina 9,626 Missouri 8,571 Ohio 8,412 Nevada 7,047 Virginia 6,963 Oklahoma 6,354 Wisconsin 6,122 Mississippi 5,865 Maryland 5,828 Indiana 5,676 Arkansas 5,325 Washington 5,089 Minnesota 4,948 Michigan 4,919 Pennsylvania 4,636 Kentucky 4,014 Iowa 3,379 Puerto Rico 3,362 Colorado 3,192 Utah 3,154 Idaho 3,028 Massachusetts 2,959 Kansas 2,847 New York* 2,602 New Jersey 2,561 Oregon 2,257 Nebraska 2,067 New York City* 1,941 New Mexico 1,430 North Dakota 876 Hawaii 853 West Virginia 833 Montana 813 Connecticut 685 Rhode Island 681 Delaware 676 Alaska 652 South Dakota 527 District of Columbia 444 Wyoming 295 New Hampshire 206 Maine 109 Virgin Islands 103 Guam 43 Vermont 30 Northern Mariana Islands 5 161,248 deaths attributed: Total Deaths by State/Territory Skip Table State/Territory Total Deaths Confirmed Probable New York City* 23,563 18,938 4,625 New Jersey 15,842 13,989 1,853 California 9,703 N/A N/A New York* 8,868 N/A N/A Massachusetts 8,659 8,438 221 Illinois 7,770 7,573 197 Florida 7,627 N/A N/A Texas 7,497 N/A N/A Pennsylvania 7,244 N/A N/A Michigan 6,478 6,221 257 Connecticut 4,437 3,555 882 Louisiana 4,096 3,978 118 Georgia 3,984 N/A N/A Arizona 3,932 3,932 0 Ohio 3,596 3,326 270 Maryland 3,551 3,415 136 Indiana 3,007 2,805 202 Virginia 2,299 2,191 108 North Carolina 2,050 N/A N/A South Carolina 1,894 1,819 75 Colorado 1,851 1,510 341 Mississippi 1,804 1,754 50 Alabama 1,698 1,646 52 Minnesota 1,677 1,636 41 Washington 1,624 N/A N/A Missouri 1,273 N/A N/A Tennessee 1,144 1,104 40 Rhode Island 1,012 N/A N/A Wisconsin 977 970 7 Nevada 917 N/A N/A Iowa 899 N/A N/A Kentucky 752 748 4 New Mexico 667 N/A N/A District of Columbia 587 N/A N/A Delaware 587 517 70 Oklahoma 583 583 0 Arkansas 508 N/A N/A New Hampshire 418 N/A N/A Kansas 368 N/A N/A Oregon 338 332 6 Nebraska 335 N/A N/A Utah 328 328 0 Puerto Rico 258 144 114 Idaho 217 194 23 South Dakota 137 135 2 Maine 124 N/A N/A West Virginia 124 N/A N/A North Dakota 109 N/A N/A Montana 66 66 0 Vermont 57 N/A N/A Hawaii 27 N/A N/A Wyoming 27 27 0 Alaska 25 N/A N/A Virgin Islands 9 N/A N/A Guam 5 N/A N/A Northern Mariana Islands 2 2 0 Tonight's numbers, August 7.
  14. Wouldn't doubt it a bit! Unfortunately, this health nurse has got not only health board buffalo'd but every business in town scared of their shadow now! Several business signed a petition stating they were against the "rule"...but said lots wouldn't sign for fear of retribution by the health department. After the "meeting" (really only an announcement) several in the crowed began to chant "we will not comply". I see a class action suite coming for our city and county officials. Our state constitution specifically outlaws this health nurse's behavior and the board she over sees.
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  16. I just heard this is Ohio's back to school tax free weekend. Good time to not only stock up on school supplies but also socks and undies etc. That's what I'm going to be on the hunt for. And some pencils and an electric pencil sharpener. Maybe a crank one too if I can find one. Remember the old crank ones they had screwed into the wall at school? Those things really worked. We couldn't wait for someone's pencil to get dull so they would go to the sharpener. They/we would be cranking that handle for all we were worth and everyone in the class was snickering because the butt was going as fast as their arm. No one could crank that handle with just their arm. It was a dual opperation. Arm and butt in perfect sync. Or maybe it was just a Hoosier thang. Some of those kids looked like they were ready to take flight. That's also how we learned to dance in the 60's. Get on the dance floor and pretend we were sharpening pencils. Good old fashion pencil sharpeners. Anyway... Check out your states dates: https://www.msn.com/en-us/lifestyle/lifestyle-buzz/when-is-your-states-tax-free-weekend-in-2020/ar-BB15UiKX
  17. OOTO.......hey, that's an idea. I can get a pet black snake to be my rodent eliminator! .......Now y'all GOTTA know how seriously FRUSTRATED/REPULSED I am by this rodent problem to EVEN JOKE about a pet SNAKE! ....cuz I'm with OOTO on that slither topic!!!! A pet slither is NEVER gonna happen. With my luck, the dumb thing would have babies! Last nite DH put a glue board on the counter near where that mouse was spotted. It DID get stuck in it but DH forgot to duct tape the glue board to the counter. The dratted thing was able to get itself loose. More Clorox wipes.....perhaps some actual bleach? Super-ICK*ICK*ICK*ICK! Last nite just before I shut off light to finally sleep, something 'big' and black flew at me and hit near my ear. ACK! Batted at it and it flew around and landed ......whew! Only a big ole moth. SHEEESH, go to bed already and see if that's safe from calamities big or small. Hmph...probably wanted to lick up some 7-Up off my face. Good news is that I'm [again] verrrrry carefully putting a little weight on L foot while using crutches to support. I even CAREFULLY went down to the greenhouse for the first time in days. Greenhouse is not the good news, however. Our greenhouse died. The CO strong UV SUNSHINE and the dratted strong WIND of our valley has finally broken down the plastic and it SHREDDED during the night. Thot we might repair it with more duct tape but..... no. It's ripped all the way across lengthwise. If we get a chance without wind, DH wants to roll out more plastic from the same roll and attach that. Might as well. The stuff is too old and is not UV-resistant. No use in saving it. Use it and see how far we can go into fall weather. We've still got beets, carrots, lots of collards, ........AND MY TOMATOES HAVE TINY TOMATOES. See what I've been missing with this foot! Baby cherry tomatoes. Despite this set back, the greenhouse gardening experiment....and the wicking tub experiment ...has been fun. We've learned and can do better next time. So all is not lost. I'm full of curiosity about the taters in the 2 pots and feed sacks up on our porch. The leaves are beginning to yellow. I'll still water but the die off means they're nearly finished. Potatoes are like a Christmas package....what will we find? Sure is a LOT easier than digging potatoes in this soil dirt! No investment but labor in these....they sprouted in my closet. MtRider ....still riding the choppy waters of 2020.
  18. Answers for Homeschooling: Top 25 Questions Critics Ask by Israel Wayne is available as a FREE PDF for a limited time here https://www.familyrenewal.org/store/product/answers-free/?fbclid=IwAR35Jxyk4zVxnom1f17Wy6b44_yAug8m1T_9vnPju_5qh3lEBjlLq8EVyUA It's a good book. I bought a copy last year.
  19. Sorry to hear about the mice, MtRider. DH killed a slithery in the yard. It was coming out of a critter hole in the ground (chipmunk or ground mole?). At least it was OUTside, not IN like last year. And I wasn't the one to actually see it. Looking foward to freezing temps here.
  20. Yuk! Mt. Rider. Sticky mess. Take care. No more explosive 7-ups. To much of a sticky mess. Hope the mouse problem gets fixed soon. I know how that is. Been there, done that before. We went through the whole house and put steel wool around every hole that a mouse could get into. Under the sinks around where the pipes come in from an outside wall under house. It seems to have worked. Then DH sprayed a foam into the areas after pushing the steel wool further into the areas. Haven't seen a mouse since. We don't have cats any longer but our neighbor has 2 that runs the neighborhood. So that is also helping. You need an indoor kitty. You can name it mouser.
  21. Got all the large tomato bushes pulled up, cages off, stakes removed and put everything away. This morning, walked first. Getting ready to go out and pull up all smaller tomato plants (still 5 ft. high) and pull fence back so it can be mowed for now and in a couple of weeks tilled up for Fall garden. Weeds on potatoes and sweets are so high, it's hard to dig and see how it is going, so will have a path, one swath wide, mowed so I can check taters. This afternoon will be making fire cider, okra jalapeno fritters and that's about it. Time for this (fireball LOL) to get going before I lose ambition! Have a good weekend!
  22. Testing 1...2...3. Is this thing on? I know I posted in here twice but I don't see it now. One was probably user error. Forgetting to hit the submit button. Any way, E. beautiful kabobs, E. and L. glad everyone made it safely through the storms, W. and L. hope truck and car gets fixed quickly, Miki, you are a little fireball, H. If we don't wear a mask in ANY establishment we can't get in the door. Mt.R. Hope that foot straightens up soon. Happy Birthday K. And hi Amber and Annie. And all the lurkers and trolls, have a blessed weekend too. That's the gist of this week's post I left floating in space somewhere.
  23. Thanks, Little Sister. I'm afraid on this particular day, I'm going WAAAAAAAY beyond frustrated and into Dead mouse in the closet - in a trap I forgot was in there. Eeeew! WORSE.... a live mouse runnning behind the breadmaker on the counter. This is what Clorox wipes are for! DH took the flat tire off wheelchair [aka DIY knee-scooter] to village to fill with air. That's ssome better. The thigh muscles on my R leg....the one pushing and hoisting and lifting me while pampering the L one...... ....you can SEE it's more toned up than the injured side. Good grief! Ended day....sitting in bed and opened a small 12 floz of 7-up for slightly upset stomach. It let loose like Mt Vesuvius. Sprayed all over me...clothes soaked. I couldn't move. End of the day BRAIN FOG so I didn't even screw it back on quick. Just stared at the plume of soda......... No way I'm getting in shower so had to sit-on-toilet-lid to clean up. Thankfully, only a few drops on the bed which I choose to ignore at this point....nearly 1AM. MtRider ......I'm not even safe in bed! Incoming 7-Up lava flow! A Charlie Brown moment, for sure!
  24. Did anyone see the video made by the principle of a school. Called "Can't Touch That!" It's hilarious and it looks like the kids had fun making it too. MtRider
  25. Cumulative confirmed cases: 4,881,974 US 2,912,212 Brazil 1,964,536 India 870,187 Russia 538,184 South Africa 462,690 Mexico 447,624 Peru 366,671 Chile 345,714 Colombia 320,117 Iran 309,855 Spain 309,784 United Kingdom 284,226 Saudi Arabia 281,863 Pakistan 249,651 Bangladesh 249,204 Italy 237,265 Turkey 231,310 France 228,195 Argentina 215,039 Germany 140,603 Iraq 120,387 Canada 119,460 Philippines 118,753 Indonesia 112,092 Qatar 95,942 Kazakhstan 95,006 Egypt 90,537 Ecuador 88,452 China 85,141 Bolivia 81,967 Sweden 80,713 Oman 79,559 Israel 78,515 Ukraine 76,536 Dominican Republic 71,418 Panama 71,158 Belgium 70,045 Kuwait 68,503 Belarus 61,845 United Arab Emirates 57,895 Romania 57,449 Netherlands 54,555 Singapore 54,339 Guatemala 52,061 Portugal 49,515 Poland 45,244 Nigeria 45,098 Honduras 44,154 Japan 42,889 Bahrain 39,819 Armenia 39,642 Ghana 38,659 Kyrgyzstan 36,896 Afghanistan 36,108 Switzerland 33,626 Algeria 33,247 Azerbaijan 29,644 Morocco 28,315 Uzbekistan 27,332 Serbia 26,628 Moldova 26,372 Ireland 24,411 Kenya 22,299 Venezuela 21,750 Nepal 21,696 Austria 21,070 Costa Rica 20,900 Ethiopia 19,872 Australia 19,126 El Salvador 17,731 Czechia 17,718 Cameroon 16,447 Cote d'Ivoire 14,586 Denmark 14,519 Korea, South 13,398 West Bank and Gaza 13,396 Bosnia and Herzegovina 13,014 Bulgaria 12,526 Madagascar 11,780 Sudan 11,399 North Macedonia 10,715 Senegal 9,688 Kosovo 9,468 Norway 9,309 Congo (Kinshasa) 9,038 Malaysia 7,787 Gabon 7,665 Tajikistan 7,664 Guinea 7,544 Haiti 7,532 Finland 7,164 Zambia 7,073 Luxembourg 6,444 Mauritania 6,375 Paraguay 6,016 Albania 5,672 Lebanon 5,404 Croatia 5,330 Djibouti 5,123 Greece 4,879 Libya 4,821 Equatorial Guinea 4,680 Maldives 4,620 Central African Republic 4,597 Hungary 4,491 Malawi 4,339 Zimbabwe 3,902 Nicaragua 3,546 Congo (Brazzaville) 3,480 Montenegro 3,330 Thailand 3,227 Somalia 2,968 Eswatini 2,839 Sri Lanka 2,775 Cuba 2,734 Cabo Verde 2,652 Namibia 2,552 Mali 2,480 Slovakia 2,450 South Sudan 2,223 Slovenia 2,171 Lithuania 2,124 Estonia 2,120 Mozambique 2,111 Rwanda 2,096 Suriname 2,032 Guinea-Bissau 1,936 Benin 1,932 Iceland 1,877 Sierra Leone 1,768 Yemen 1,642 Tunisia 1,569 New Zealand 1,483 Angola 1,318 Uruguay 1,275 Latvia 1,232 Jordan 1,224 Liberia 1,223 Uganda 1,208 Cyprus 1,206 Georgia 1,158 Burkina Faso 1,153 Niger 1,012 Togo 999 Syria 958 Jamaica 946 Malta 944 Andorra 942 Chad 935 Gambia 878 Sao Tome and Principe 804 Botswana 761 Bahamas 747 Vietnam 742 Lesotho 712 Diamond Princess 699 San Marino 538 Guyana 509 Tanzania 477 Taiwan* 396 Comoros 395 Burundi 357 Burma 344 Mauritius 293 Mongolia 282 Eritrea 243 Cambodia 210 Trinidad and Tobago 163 Papua New Guinea 141 Brunei 133 Barbados 126 Seychelles 125 Monaco 105 Bhutan 92 Antigua and Barbuda 89 Liechtenstein 86 Belize 56 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 27 Fiji 25 Saint Lucia 25 Timor-Leste 24 Grenada 20 Laos 18 Dominica 17 Saint Kitts and Nevis 12 Holy See 10 Western Sahara States reporting over 20k confirmed cases: State Total Cases Confirmed Probable California 524,722 N/A N/A Florida 497,181 N/A N/A Texas 459,887 N/A N/A New York City* 228,108 223,473 4,635 Georgia 201,713 N/A N/A New York* 191,644 N/A N/A Illinois 187,752 186,471 1,281 New Jersey 183,327 N/A N/A Arizona 182,203 182,203 0 North Carolina 129,288 N/A N/A Louisiana 125,943 N/A N/A Massachusetts 119,643 111,371 8,272 Pennsylvania 115,714 112,462 3,252 Tennessee 114,098 112,657 1,441 Ohio 96,305 91,171 5,134 Virginia 95,867 92,244 3,623 South Carolina 95,472 94,837 635 Alabama 94,819 91,917 2,902 Michigan 93,893 84,707 9,186 Maryland 93,005 N/A N/A Indiana 69,975 N/A N/A Mississippi 63,444 62,384 1,060 Wisconsin 61,110 56,940 4,170 Washington 60,084 N/A N/A Minnesota 58,640 N/A N/A Missouri 55,321 N/A N/A Nevada 53,068 N/A N/A Connecticut 50,225 48,258 1,967 Colorado 48,988 45,755 3,233 Iowa 46,659 N/A N/A Arkansas 46,293 N/A N/A Oklahoma 43,414 40,561 2,853 Utah 43,096 42,740 356 Kentucky 32,741 30,712 2,029 Kansas 29,717 29,076 641 Nebraska 27,489 N/A N/A Idaho 22,707 21,268 1,439 New Mexico 21,566 N/A N/A 37 states. No, I don't know why they are treating NYNY as a state. Puerto Rico, Oregon, and maybe Rhode Island will be on this list by Monday. State/Territory Cases in Last 7 Days Texas 56,580 Florida 50,930 California 49,417 Georgia 23,390 Arizona 13,930 Tennessee 13,276 Louisiana 13,170 North Carolina 11,438 Illinois 11,386 Alabama 11,037 South Carolina 9,626 Missouri 8,571 Ohio 8,412 Nevada 7,047 Virginia 6,963 Oklahoma 6,354 Wisconsin 6,122 Mississippi 5,865 Maryland 5,828 Indiana 5,676 Arkansas 5,325 Washington 5,089 Minnesota 4,948 Michigan 4,919 Pennsylvania 4,636 Kentucky 4,014 Iowa 3,379 Puerto Rico 3,362 Colorado 3,192 Utah 3,154 Idaho 3,028 Massachusetts 2,959 Kansas 2,847 New York* 2,602 New Jersey 2,561 Oregon 2,257 Nebraska 2,067 New York City* 1,941 New Mexico 1,430 North Dakota 876 Hawaii 853 West Virginia 833 Montana 813 Connecticut 685 Rhode Island 681 Delaware 676 Alaska 652 South Dakota 527 District of Columbia 444 Wyoming 295 New Hampshire 206 Maine 109 Virgin Islands 103 Guam 43 Vermont 30 Northern Mariana Islands 5 159,990 US deaths attributed to corona virus: State/Territory Total Deaths Confirmed Probable New York City* 23,563 18,938 4,625 New Jersey 15,842 13,989 1,853 California 9,703 N/A N/A New York* 8,868 N/A N/A Massachusetts 8,659 8,438 221 Illinois 7,770 7,573 197 Florida 7,627 N/A N/A Texas 7,497 N/A N/A Pennsylvania 7,244 N/A N/A Michigan 6,478 6,221 257 Connecticut 4,437 3,555 882 Louisiana 4,096 3,978 118 Georgia 3,984 N/A N/A Arizona 3,932 3,932 0 Ohio 3,596 3,326 270 Maryland 3,551 3,415 136 Indiana 3,007 2,805 202 Virginia 2,299 2,191 108 North Carolina 2,050 N/A N/A South Carolina 1,894 1,819 75 Colorado 1,851 1,510 341 Mississippi 1,804 1,754 50 Alabama 1,698 1,646 52 Minnesota 1,677 1,636 41 Washington 1,624 N/A N/A Missouri 1,273 N/A N/A Tennessee 1,144 1,104 40 Rhode Island 1,012 N/A N/A Wisconsin 977 970 7 Nevada 917 N/A N/A Iowa 899 N/A N/A Kentucky 752 748 4 New Mexico 667 N/A N/A District of Columbia 587 N/A N/A Delaware 587 517 70 Oklahoma 583 583 0 Arkansas 508 N/A N/A New Hampshire 418 N/A N/A Kansas 368 N/A N/A Oregon 338 332 6 Nebraska 335 N/A N/A Utah 328 328 0 Puerto Rico 258 144 114 Idaho 217 194 23 South Dakota 137 135 2 Maine 124 N/A N/A West Virginia 124 N/A N/A North Dakota 109 N/A N/A Montana 66 66 0 Vermont 57 N/A N/A Hawaii 27 N/A N/A Wyoming 27 27 0 Alaska 25 N/A N/A Virgin Islands 9 N/A N/A Guam 5 N/A N/A Northern Mariana Islands 2 2 0 Tonight's numbers, August 6.
  26. North Paulding or North Pyongyang. Don't film here and don't talk or you will be exiled, executed, expelled. Georgia USA or Georgia of the old USSR. This country is sinking fast. Ambergris, we were posting at the same time.
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