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The opioids of the masses.  TV, now internet.  Alcohol, tobacco, weed, sex.  Never mind whether you're going to have a roof over your head in two months or supper in two weeks.  Weed is available now and there's a check coming in a week.  Don't worry.

 

There was a cartoon that came out during my teens.  It had the Cheshire cat vanishing, but you know his grin stayed visible for a long time afterward.  In the cartoon, the body was labeled "information" and the grin was labeled "everything's fine."  Well here, the body is labeled "reality down the road" and the grin is labeled "sit home and be placid right now."

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Well judging from shortages being reported for gardening seeds, potting soil, etc......not everyone is wearing the Cheshire cat's grin.  The rest of us are going to garden, and whatever else we can to to ward off or mitigate the REALITY DOWN THE ROAD!

 

MtRider  :darthduck:  :lois:  :darthduck:   ....yer gonna need DarthDuck to guard your gardens....a reality down the road..  

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By the way, 

81,782 China
80,589 Italy
80,021 US

 

BUT China's figures are acts of fantasy.

Italy has roughly the same population as California and New York combined.

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And the very next update:

82,404 US
81,782 China
80,589 Italy
56,347 Spain
43,646 Germany
29,551 France
29,406 Iran
11,811 Switzerland
11,792 United Kingdom
9,241 Korea, South
7,459 Netherlands
6,847 Austria
6,235 Belgium
3,909 Canada
3,629 Turkey
3,544 Portugal
3,346 Norway
2,915 Brazil
2,840 Sweden
2,810 Australia
2,693 Israel
2,031 Malaysia
2,023 Denmark
1,925 Czechia
1,819 Ireland
1,453 Luxembourg
1,399 Japan
1,382 Ecuador
1,306 Chile
1,221 Poland
1,179 Pakistan
1,045 Thailand
1,029 Romania
1,012 Saudi Arabia
958 Finland
927 South Africa
893 Indonesia
892 Greece
840 Russia
802 Iceland
722 India
712 Diamond Princess
707 Philippines
683 Singapore
580 Peru
562 Slovenia
558 Panama
549 Qatar
538 Estonia
502 Argentina
495 Croatia
495 Egypt
491 Colombia
488 Dominican Republic
475 Mexico
458 Bahrain
384 Serbia
382 Iraq
368 Lebanon
367 Algeria
333 United Arab Emirates
299 Lithuania
290 Armenia
283 New Zealand
275 Morocco
264 Bulgaria
261 Hungary
252 Taiwan*
244 Latvia
231 Costa Rica
226 Slovakia
224 Andorra
217 Uruguay
212 Jordan
208 Kuwait
208 San Marino
201 North Macedonia
200 Tunisia
196 Ukraine
189 Bosnia and Herzegovina
177 Moldova
174 Albania
153 Vietnam
152 Burkina Faso
146 Cyprus
134 Malta
132 Ghana
122 Azerbaijan
114 Brunei
111 Kazakhstan
109 Oman
106 Sri Lanka
106 Venezuela
105 Senegal
96 Cambodia
96 Cote d'Ivoire
94 Afghanistan
86 Belarus
84 West Bank and Gaza
81 Mauritius
79 Georgia
75 Cameroon
75 Uzbekistan
71 Kosovo
69 Montenegro
67 Cuba
65 Nigeria
65 Trinidad and Tobago
56 Liechtenstein
52 Honduras
51 Congo (Kinshasa)
44 Bangladesh
44 Kyrgyzstan
43 Bolivia
41 Paraguay
41 Rwanda
33 Monaco
31 Kenya
26 Jamaica
24 Guatemala
23 Madagascar
23 Togo
18 Barbados
16 Zambia
14 Uganda
13 El Salvador
13 Maldives
13 Tanzania
12 Equatorial Guinea
12 Ethiopia
11 Djibouti
11 Dominica
11 Mongolia
8 Haiti
8 Namibia
8 Suriname
7 Gabon
7 Mozambique
7 Niger
7 Seychelles
6 Benin
6 Laos
5 Bahamas
5 Fiji
5 Guyana
5 Syria
4 Angola
4 Cabo Verde
4 Congo (Brazzaville)
4 Eritrea
4 Eswatini
4 Guinea
4 Holy See
4 Mali
3 Antigua and Barbuda
3 Central African Republic
3 Chad
3 Gambia
3 Liberia
3 Mauritania
3 Nepal
3 Saint Lucia
3 Sudan
3 Zimbabwe
2 Belize
2 Bhutan
2 Guinea-Bissau
2 Nicaragua
2 Saint Kitts and Nevis
2 Somalia
1 Grenada
1 Libya
1 Papua New Guinea
1 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
1 Timor-Leste

March 26, 5:30 p.m. Eastern

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Well THOSE numbers aren't good.  But considering our population...we're huge.  And assuming China might have some missing pages to their statistics???? :scratchhead:  Cuz they're huge too. 

 

On a lighter note:  Anyone like odd history lessons?  This is about how our modern day medical masks [and the industrial 'dust' ones] were invented and evolved:

 

https://www.fastcompany.com/90479846/the-untold-origin-story-of-the-n95-mask?utm_source=pocket-newtab

 

MtRider  :ph34r:

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This is really a sad reality.  My pastor just called a while ago.  We are going to have a bucket sitting at the door with someone sitting just inside the doors and on Sunday from 10 am to 12 am we will have a drive through to drop our ties into.  Our church is small and the money is needed to pay bills. We still need to keep the church going with or without the congregation being able to attend. Also he is working on having church services by way of Face Book.  He will let us know when they get it set up. though I have been watching preaching on U-Tube and TV. That would be good to have our pastor having church service through face book. We had closed down last Sunday and this Sunday coming up but now it will be longer and he doesn't know when we can open.  To many elderly folks. 

 

Our neighborhood and some other ones are on a bear hunt.  All the neighbors are putting bears in the windows and people walking by hunt the windows for the bears. So I have one in my living room window.  Also have a lighted cross in the window. Where's waldo anyone.  Gives the kids something to do while out of school. Bear hunting.

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There are severe shortages of PPE for medical personnel and so it was only a matter of time before they started discussions about DNR for COVID-19 patients. Should medical staff risk their lives trying to do CPR on a COVID-19 patient whose heart has stopped?

 

https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/26/health/coronavirus-hospitals-do-not-resuscitate-bn/index.html

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I'd like to have Do Not Resuscitate tattooed on my chest, but I'm advised it's not legally sufficient.  

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104,837 US
86,498 Italy
81,996 China
65,719 Spain
53,340 Germany
35,408 Iran
33,414 France
14,754 United Kingdom
13,187 Switzerland
9,478 Korea, South
9,134 Belgium
8,647 Netherlands
7,712 Austria
5,698 Turkey
4,760 Canada
4,268 Portugal
3,796 Norway
3,640 Australia
3,477 Brazil
3,460 Israel
3,069 Sweden
2,422 Czechia
2,320 Malaysia
2,200 Denmark
2,121 Ireland
1,627 Ecuador
1,610 Chile
1,605 Luxembourg
1,499 Japan
1,436 Poland
1,408 Pakistan
1,292 Romania
1,264 Russia
1,245 Thailand
1,170 South Africa
1,165 Finland
1,155 Indonesia
1,104 Saudi Arabia
1,075 Philippines
966 Greece
944 India
890 Iceland
786 Panama
732 Singapore
717 Mexico
712 Diamond Princess
690 Argentina
645 Estonia
635 Croatia
635 Peru
632 Slovenia
581 Dominican Republic
562 Qatar
539 Colombia
536 Egypt
528 Serbia
473 Bahrain
458 Iraq
451 New Zealand
409 Algeria
405 United Arab Emirates
391 Lebanon
382 Lithuania
372 Armenia
358 Morocco
343 Hungary
313 Bulgaria
311 Ukraine
305 Latvia
283 Taiwan*
274 Uruguay
269 Slovakia
267 Andorra
263 Costa Rica
257 Bosnia and Herzegovina
235 Jordan
235 Kuwait
227 Tunisia
223 San Marino
219 North Macedonia
204 Kazakhstan
199 Moldova
186 Albania
180 Burkina Faso
169 Vietnam
165 Azerbaijan
162 Cyprus
152 Oman
139 Malta
137 Ghana
119 Senegal
115 Brunei
113 Venezuela
110 Afghanistan
109 Sri Lanka
104 Uzbekistan
101 Cote d'Ivoire
99 Cambodia
97 West Bank and Gaza
95 Honduras
94 Belarus
94 Mauritius
91 Cameroon
88 Kosovo
85 Georgia
82 Montenegro
81 Nigeria
80 Cuba
74 Bolivia
66 Trinidad and Tobago
58 Kyrgyzstan
56 Liechtenstein
56 Paraguay
54 Rwanda
51 Congo (Kinshasa)
48 Bangladesh
42 Monaco
32 Guatemala
31 Kenya
30 Jamaica
26 Barbados
26 Madagascar
25 Togo
23 Uganda
22 Zambia
19 El Salvador
16 Ethiopia
16 Maldives
13 Tanzania
12 Djibouti
12 Equatorial Guinea
12 Mongolia
11 Dominica
11 Mali
10 Bahamas
10 Niger
9 Eswatini
8 Burma
8 Guinea
8 Haiti
8 Namibia
8 Suriname
7 Antigua and Barbuda
7 Gabon
7 Grenada
7 Mozambique
7 Seychelles
6 Benin
6 Eritrea
6 Laos
5 Cabo Verde
5 Fiji
5 Guyana
5 Mauritania
5 Sudan
5 Syria
5 Zimbabwe
4 Angola
4 Congo (Brazzaville)
4 Holy See
4 Nepal
4 Nicaragua
3 Bhutan
3 Central African Republic
3 Chad
3 Gambia
3 Liberia
3 Saint Lucia
3 Somalia
2 Belize
2 Guinea-Bissau
2 MS Zaandam
2 Saint Kitts and Nevis
1 Libya
1 Papua New Guinea
1 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
1 Timor-Leste

6:45 a.m.  March 28  Skipped last night's entry, so if you are graphing, this is going to throw off your graph.

46,094 confirmed  New York 

8,825 confirmed  New Jersey 

4,885 confirmed  California 

3,726 confirmed  Washington 

3,657 confirmed  Michigan 

3,240 confirmed  Massachusetts 

3,198 confirmed  Florida 

3,029 confirmed  Illinois 

2,746 confirmed  Louisiana 

2,345 confirmed  Pennsylvania 

2,198 confirmed  Georgia 

2,009 confirmed  Texas 

1,740 confirmed  Colorado 

1,321 confirmed  Tennessee 

1,291 confirmed  Connecticut 

1,139 confirmed  Ohio 

981 confirmed  Indiana 

944 confirmed  North Carolina 

926 confirmed  Wisconsin 

781 confirmed  Maryland 

705 confirmed  Missouri 

665 confirmed  Arizona 

639 confirmed  Alabama 

621 confirmed  Nevada 

610 confirmed  Virginia 

579 confirmed  Mississippi 

542 confirmed  South Carolina 

479 confirmed  Utah 

414 confirmed  Oregon 

398 confirmed  Minnesota 

386 confirmed  Arkansas 

322 confirmed  Oklahoma 

304 confirmed  District of Columbia 

301 confirmed  Kentucky 

235 confirmed  Iowa 

234 confirmed  Idaho 

219 confirmed  Kansas 

203 confirmed  Rhode Island 

191 confirmed  New Mexico 

187 confirmed  New Hampshire 

184 confirmed  Vermont 

168 confirmed  Maine 

165 confirmed  Delaware 

121 confirmed  Montana 

120 confirmed  Hawaii 

103 confirmed  Grand Princess 

96 confirmed  West Virginia 

90 confirmed  Nebraska 

84 confirmed  Alaska 

79 confirmed  Puerto Rico 

73 confirmed  Wyoming 

68 confirmed  North Dakota 

58 confirmed  South Dakota 

51 confirmed  Guam 

49 confirmed  Diamond Princess 

19 confirmed  Virgin Islands 

1711 dead

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Infant death. 😿

 

From CNN:

 

>>>>>
 

1 hr 57 min ago

First death of infant in connection with coronavirus reported in the US

From CNN’s Hollie Silverman

A Chicago baby is the first infant death in the US associated with coronavirus, Illinois Department of Public Health Director Dr. Ngozi Ezike said Saturday. 

"There has never before been a death associated with COVID-19 in an infant. A full investigation is underway to determine the cause of death," Ezike said. "We must do everything we can to prevent the spread of this deadly virus. If not to protect ourselves, but to protect those around us."

An investigation into the cause of death is underway, Ezike said.

The death of a child younger than one year with coronavirus has previously been reported in China. That child had a pre-existing condition.

 

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Eight different variants of Covid-19 circulating right now.  

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Remember what I said about the body bags disappearing.

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142,106 US
97,689 Italy
82,122 China
80,110 Spain
62,095 Germany
40,723 France
38,309 Iran
19,784 United Kingdom
14,829 Switzerland
10,930 Netherlands
10,836 Belgium
9,583 Korea, South
9,217 Turkey
8,788 Austria
6,320 Canada
5,962 Portugal
4,284 Norway
4,256 Brazil
4,247 Israel
3,984 Australia
3,700 Sweden
2,817 Czechia
2,615 Ireland
2,564 Denmark
2,470 Malaysia
2,139 Chile
1,950 Luxembourg
1,924 Ecuador
1,866 Japan
1,862 Poland
1,815 Romania
1,597 Pakistan
1,534 Russia
1,418 Philippines
1,388 Thailand
1,299 Saudi Arabia
1,285 Indonesia
1,280 South Africa
1,240 Finland
1,156 Greece
1,024 India
1,020 Iceland
989 Panama
859 Dominican Republic
852 Peru
848 Mexico
844 Singapore
820 Argentina
741 Serbia
730 Slovenia
713 Croatia
712 Diamond Princess
702 Colombia
679 Estonia
634 Qatar
609 Egypt
570 United Arab Emirates
547 Iraq
514 New Zealand
511 Algeria
499 Bahrain
479 Morocco
475 Ukraine
460 Lithuania
438 Lebanon
424 Armenia
408 Hungary
347 Latvia
346 Bulgaria
334 Andorra
323 Bosnia and Herzegovina
314 Costa Rica
314 Slovakia
312 Tunisia
304 Uruguay
298 Taiwan*
284 Kazakhstan
263 Moldova
259 Jordan
259 North Macedonia
255 Kuwait
224 San Marino
222 Burkina Faso
214 Cyprus
212 Albania
209 Azerbaijan
194 Vietnam
167 Oman
165 Cote d'Ivoire
152 Ghana
151 Malta
144 Uzbekistan
142 Senegal
139 Cameroon
139 Cuba
126 Brunei
120 Afghanistan
119 Venezuela
117 Sri Lanka
111 Nigeria
110 Honduras
109 West Bank and Gaza
107 Mauritius
103 Cambodia
94 Belarus
94 Kosovo
91 Georgia
85 Montenegro
84 Kyrgyzstan
81 Bolivia
81 Congo (Kinshasa)
78 Trinidad and Tobago
70 Rwanda
59 Paraguay
56 Liechtenstein
48 Bangladesh
46 Monaco
42 Kenya
39 Madagascar
34 Guatemala
33 Barbados
33 Uganda
32 Jamaica
29 Zambia
25 Togo
24 El Salvador
21 Ethiopia
19 Congo (Brazzaville)
18 Djibouti
18 Mali
18 Niger
17 Maldives
16 Guinea
15 Haiti
14 Bahamas
14 Tanzania
12 Equatorial Guinea
12 Eritrea
12 Mongolia
11 Dominica
11 Namibia
10 Burma
9 Eswatini
9 Grenada
9 Saint Lucia
9 Syria
8 Guyana
8 Laos
8 Libya
8 Mozambique
8 Seychelles
8 Suriname
7 Angola
7 Antigua and Barbuda
7 Gabon
7 Zimbabwe
6 Benin
6 Cabo Verde
6 Holy See
6 Sudan
5 Fiji
5 Mauritania
5 Nepal
4 Bhutan
4 Gambia
4 Nicaragua
3 Central African Republic
3 Chad
3 Liberia
3 Somalia
2 Belize
2 Guinea-Bissau
2 MS Zaandam
2 Saint Kitts and Nevis
1 Papua New Guinea
1 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
1 Timor-Leste

Breakdown of the US 142,106

59,662 confirmed  New York 

13,386 confirmed  New Jersey 

6,197 confirmed  California 

5,488 confirmed  Michigan 

4,955 confirmed  Massachusetts 

4,950 confirmed  Florida 

4,596 confirmed  Illinois 

4,477 confirmed  Washington 

3,540 confirmed  Louisiana 

3,432 confirmed  Pennsylvania 

2,812 confirmed  Texas 

2,651 confirmed  Georgia 

2,307 confirmed  Colorado 

1,993 confirmed  Connecticut 

1,723 confirmed  Tennessee 

1,653 confirmed  Ohio 

1,513 confirmed  Indiana 

1,239 confirmed  Maryland 

1,196 confirmed  North Carolina 

1,164 confirmed  Wisconsin 

920 confirmed  Nevada 

919 confirmed  Arizona 

915 confirmed  Missouri 

890 confirmed  Virginia 

827 confirmed  Alabama 

774 confirmed  South Carolina 

759 confirmed  Mississippi 

720 confirmed  Utah 

549 confirmed  Oregon 

503 confirmed  Minnesota 

438 confirmed  Kentucky 

429 confirmed  Oklahoma 

426 confirmed  Arkansas 

342 confirmed  District of Columbia 

336 confirmed  Iowa 

330 confirmed  Kansas 

297 confirmed  Idaho 

294 confirmed  Rhode Island 

258 confirmed  New Hampshire 

253 confirmed  Maine 

237 confirmed  New Mexico 

235 confirmed  Vermont 

232 confirmed  Delaware 

175 confirmed  Hawaii 

161 confirmed  Montana 

127 confirmed  Puerto Rico 

124 confirmed  West Virginia 

118 confirmed  Nebraska 

103 confirmed  Grand Princess 

102 confirmed  Alaska 

98 confirmed  North Dakota 

90 confirmed  South Dakota 

86 confirmed  Wyoming 

56 confirmed  Guam 

49 confirmed  Diamond Princess 

0 confirmed  American Samoa 

0 confirmed  Northern Mariana Islands 

0 confirmed  Recovered 

0 confirmed  Virgin Islands 

2479 dead as of the 8:22 p.m Eastern update, which is still up as of 10 p.m.

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I keep checking that Florida map ....scoot it over to see how many on Maui, specifically.  :sigh:   The number keeps climbing.  20 by now.  I know that's still a tiny percentage of the population but.....  :pray:  

 

CO is climbing....mostly our cities.  Some counties have none. 

 

MtRider   :pray: 

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Good luck.  My county had 17 acknowledged cases yesterday, plus however many got added today.

 

Man on the news refused to let his 21 year old son (and two buddies) in the house after the kids spent a week partying on the beach in Texas.  The man had his elderly parents in the house.  He'd packed the kid's car with cash and groceries.  Told them to pee in the bushes, take the car, and get on back to college.  They were NOT setting foot in the house.  I do not blame him a bit.  He'd spent the week pleading for the kid to come home to no avail, you see.  I can hear those boys' voices now, can't you?

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I heard Joe Diffie (country singer) died from the virus. He was 61. Also Jackson Browne has it. I really like Jackson's music.  :(

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I love Jackson Browne!  Hope he will pull through it!

 

In my area (10 miles north), today we have 4 confirmed, 4 suspected and had our first death.  That's too close!  

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Miki, he said his case was pretty mild so he isn't in the hospital. I really like the album's Running On Empty and The Pretender. He has a new song coming out called A Little To Soon but I haven't heard any preview yet. He's 71. 

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On 3/27/2020 at 7:02 PM, Cowgirl said:

There are severe shortages of PPE for medical personnel and so it was only a matter of time before they started discussions about DNR for COVID-19 patients. Should medical staff risk their lives trying to do CPR on a COVID-19 patient whose heart has stopped?

 

 

Knowing that would keep me from going to the hospital!

 

There is promising research out of John's Hopkins that treating someone with PLASMA from someone who survived COVID would help them recover very quickly. I sure hope they are able to start doing this to the general population.

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Illinois update:

 

 

Public Health Officials Announce 461 New Cases of Coronavirus Disease 

30th Mar, 2020

SPRINGFIELD – The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) today reported 461 new cases of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Illinois.  Eight new deaths are also being reported, including the death of an incarcerated man from Stateville Correctional Center. 

  • Cook County: male 50s, male 60s, female 60s, female 70s
  • DuPage County: male 60s
  • Kendal County: female 60s
  • Will County: male 50s, male 60s

Additionally, 12 men who were incarcerated at Stateville are now hospitalized, including several requiring ventilators.  There are 77 more incarcerated individuals with symptoms who are isolated at the facility.  Eleven staff are also being isolated.

The Illinois Department of Corrections is taking a number of steps to control the spread of COVID-19 in its correctional centers.  Staff who work with individuals in isolation and quarantine, as well as in the health center, are wearing full personal protective equipment (PPE) and all staff are wearing some PPE.  Staff are also having their temperature checked daily as they enter the facility. 

Correctional centers with a confirmed case are placed on lockdown, which means there is no movement around the facility except for medical care.  Incarcerated individuals who show symptoms are being tested.

Clark, Crawford, Marion, Randolph, and Saline counties are now reporting cases.  Currently, IDPH is reporting a total of 5,057 cases, including 73 deaths, in 52 counties in Illinois.  The age of cases ranges from younger than one to 99 years. 

For all personal protective equipment (PPE) donations, email PPE.donations@illinois.gov.  For health questions about COVID-19, call the hotline at 1-800-889-3931 or email dph.sick@illinois.gov.  Medically trained professionals able to volunteer are asked to sign up at www.illinoishelps.net.          

5,057

Positive Tests Confirmed

73

Deaths

30,446

Total Persons Tested

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I saw on an Ohio map that my town has between 10 - 16 cases of the virus. Not good. It's a small-ish town. My town is one of the highest infected in this county.

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163,807 US
101,739 Italy
87,956 Spain
82,223 China
66,885 Germany
45,170 France
41,495 Iran
22,453 United Kingdom
15,922 Switzerland
11,899 Belgium
11,817 Netherlands
10,827 Turkey
9,661 Korea, South
9,618 Austria
7,428 Canada
6,408 Portugal
4,695 Israel
4,630 Brazil
4,445 Norway
4,361 Australia
4,028 Sweden
3,001 Czechia
2,910 Ireland
2,755 Denmark
2,626 Malaysia
2,449 Chile
2,109 Romania
2,055 Poland
1,988 Luxembourg
1,966 Ecuador
1,953 Japan
1,836 Russia
1,717 Pakistan
1,546 Philippines
1,524 Thailand
1,453 Saudi Arabia
1,414 Indonesia
1,352 Finland
1,326 South Africa
1,251 India
1,212 Greece
1,086 Iceland
1,075 Panama
993 Mexico
950 Peru
901 Dominican Republic
879 Singapore
820 Argentina
798 Colombia
790 Croatia
785 Serbia
756 Slovenia
715 Estonia
712 Diamond Princess
693 Qatar
656 Egypt
630 Iraq
611 United Arab Emirates
589 New Zealand
584 Algeria
556 Morocco
548 Ukraine
515 Bahrain
491 Lithuania
482 Armenia
447 Hungary
446 Lebanon
376 Latvia
370 Andorra
368 Bosnia and Herzegovina
362 Tunisia
359 Bulgaria
336 Slovakia
330 Costa Rica
320 Uruguay
306 Taiwan*
302 Kazakhstan
298 Moldova
285 North Macedonia
273 Azerbaijan
268 Jordan
266 Kuwait
246 Burkina Faso
230 Cyprus
230 San Marino
223 Albania
204 Vietnam
179 Oman
170 Afghanistan
170 Cuba
168 Cote d'Ivoire
162 Senegal
156 Malta
152 Belarus
152 Ghana
149 Uzbekistan
139 Cameroon
139 Honduras
135 Venezuela
131 Nigeria
128 Mauritius
127 Brunei
122 Sri Lanka
117 West Bank and Gaza
107 Cambodia
103 Georgia
97 Bolivia
94 Kosovo
94 Kyrgyzstan
91 Montenegro
83 Trinidad and Tobago
81 Congo (Kinshasa)
70 Rwanda
64 Paraguay
62 Liechtenstein
50 Kenya
49 Bangladesh
49 Monaco
43 Madagascar
36 Guatemala
36 Jamaica
35 Zambia
33 Barbados
33 Uganda
30 El Salvador
30 Togo
27 Niger
25 Mali
23 Ethiopia
22 Guinea
19 Congo (Brazzaville)
19 Tanzania
18 Djibouti
17 Maldives
15 Eritrea
15 Haiti
14 Bahamas
14 Burma
12 Dominica
12 Equatorial Guinea
12 Mongolia
11 Namibia
10 Syria
9 Eswatini
9 Grenada
9 Saint Lucia
8 Guinea-Bissau
8 Guyana
8 Laos
8 Libya
8 Mozambique
8 Seychelles
8 Suriname
7 Angola
7 Antigua and Barbuda
7 Gabon
7 Saint Kitts and Nevis
7 Zimbabwe
6 Benin
6 Cabo Verde
6 Holy See
6 Mauritania
6 Sudan
5 Chad
5 Fiji
5 Nepal
4 Bhutan
4 Gambia
4 Nicaragua
3 Belize
3 Botswana
3 Central African Republic
3 Liberia
3 Somalia
2 MS Zaandam
1 Papua New Guinea
1 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
1 Timor-Leste

 

163,807 US confirmed broken down:

 

67,325 confirmed  New York 

16,636 confirmed  New Jersey 

7,173 confirmed  California 

6,498 confirmed  Michigan 

5,752 confirmed  Massachusetts 

5,589 confirmed  Florida 

5,187 confirmed  Washington 

5,056 confirmed  Illinois 

4,155 confirmed  Pennsylvania 

4,025 confirmed  Louisiana 

3,194 confirmed  Texas 

2,808 confirmed  Georgia 

2,627 confirmed  Colorado 

2,571 confirmed  Connecticut 

1,933 confirmed  Ohio 

1,917 confirmed  Tennessee 

1,786 confirmed  Indiana 

1,413 confirmed  Maryland 

1,331 confirmed  North Carolina 

1,230 confirmed  Wisconsin 

1,157 confirmed  Arizona 

1,099 confirmed  Missouri 

1,020 confirmed  Virginia 

1,012 confirmed  Nevada 

925 confirmed  South Carolina 

921 confirmed  Alabama 

847 confirmed  Mississippi 

804 confirmed  Utah 

606 confirmed  Oregon 

576 confirmed  Minnesota 

490 confirmed  Kentucky 

481 confirmed  Oklahoma 

473 confirmed  Arkansas 

424 confirmed  Iowa 

408 confirmed  Rhode Island 

401 confirmed  District of Columbia 

374 confirmed  Kansas 

342 confirmed  Idaho 

314 confirmed  New Hampshire 

281 confirmed  New Mexico 

275 confirmed  Maine 

264 confirmed  Delaware 

256 confirmed  Vermont 

204 confirmed  Hawaii 

177 confirmed  Montana 

174 confirmed  Puerto Rico 

145 confirmed  Nebraska 

145 confirmed  West Virginia 

114 confirmed  Alaska 

109 confirmed  North Dakota 

103 confirmed  Grand Princess 

101 confirmed  South Dakota 

94 confirmed  Wyoming 

58 confirmed  Guam 

49 confirmed  Diamond Princess 

0 confirmed  American Samoa 

0 confirmed  Northern Mariana Islands 

0 confirmed  Recovered 

0 confirmed  Virgin Islands 

 

3008 US deaths confirmed  

March 30 8 p.m. Eastern, which was the latest update at 10 p.m.

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Here is an interesting statistical chart.  It gives Deaths Per Millions of People ...per country.  Takes into account countries like US being the "Leader of the Pack"   (oldie song, y'know)

 

And of course we all believe China's reported stats....  :unsure:   The stats used are obviously from a few days ago cuz don't match Ambergris' numbers for today.  :shrug:  Still , it's something to consider.  Breathe!

 

https://www.statista.com/chart/21176/covid-19-infection-density-in-countries-most-total-cases/

 

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