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529,887 US
163,027 Spain
152,271 Italy
130,730 France
125,452 Germany
79,885 United Kingdom
70,029 Iran
52,167 Turkey
28,018 Belgium
25,107 Switzerland
24,571 Netherlands
23,316 Canada
20,962 Brazil
15,987 Portugal
13,806 Austria
13,584 Russia
10,743 Israel
10,512 Korea, South
10,151 Sweden
8,928 Ireland
8,446 India
7,257 Ecuador
6,927 Chile
6,848 Peru
6,748 Japan
6,409 Norway
6,356 Poland
6,303 Australia
6,191 Denmark
5,990 Romania
5,902 Czechia
5,011 Pakistan
4,530 Malaysia
4,428 Philippines
4,219 Mexico
4,033 Saudi Arabia
3,842 Indonesia
3,736 United Arab Emirates
3,380 Serbia
3,270 Luxembourg
3,234 Panama
2,905 Finland
2,759 Dominican Republic
2,728 Qatar
2,709 Colombia
2,518 Thailand
2,511 Ukraine
2,299 Singapore
2,226 Belarus
2,142 Argentina
2,081 Greece
2,028 South Africa
1,939 Egypt
1,825 Algeria
1,689 Iceland
1,560 Moldova
1,545 Morocco
1,534 Croatia
1,330 New Zealand
1,318 Iraq
1,310 Hungary
1,304 Estonia
1,188 Slovenia
1,154 Kuwait
1,058 Azerbaijan
1,040 Bahrain
1,026 Lithuania
967 Armenia
946 Bosnia and Herzegovina
865 Kazakhstan
820 Cameroon
767 Uzbekistan
760 North Macedonia
728 Slovakia
712 Diamond Princess
685 Tunisia
661 Bulgaria
630 Latvia
620 Cuba
619 Lebanon
616 Cyprus
601 Andorra
577 Costa Rica
555 Afghanistan
546 Oman
533 Cote d'Ivoire
494 Uruguay
491 Niger
484 Burkina Faso
482 Bangladesh
433 Albania
408 Ghana
392 Honduras
381 Jordan
370 Malta
356 San Marino
339 Kyrgyzstan
319 Mauritius
318 Nigeria
300 Bolivia
283 Kosovo
278 Senegal
268 West Bank and Gaza
263 Montenegro
258 Vietnam
250 Guinea
242 Georgia
223 Congo (Kinshasa)
199 Sri Lanka
191 Kenya
187 Djibouti
175 Venezuela
153 Guatemala
136 Brunei
134 Paraguay
120 Cambodia
120 Rwanda
118 El Salvador
112 Trinidad and Tobago
102 Madagascar
92 Monaco
87 Mali
79 Liechtenstein
76 Togo
69 Ethiopia
69 Jamaica
68 Barbados
60 Congo (Brazzaville)
53 Uganda
48 Liberia
46 Bahamas
46 Gabon
45 Guyana
40 Zambia
38 Burma
38 Guinea-Bissau
35 Benin
34 Eritrea
33 Haiti
32 Tanzania
25 Libya
25 Syria
21 Antigua and Barbuda
21 Somalia
20 Mozambique
19 Angola
19 Maldives
19 Sudan
18 Equatorial Guinea
18 Laos
16 Dominica
16 Fiji
16 Mongolia
16 Namibia
15 Saint Lucia
14 Grenada
14 Zimbabwe
13 Belize
13 Botswana
12 Eswatini
12 Malawi
12 Saint Kitts and Nevis
12 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
11 Chad
11 Seychelles
10 Sierra Leone
10 Suriname
9 Gambia
9 MS Zaandam
9 Nepal
9 Nicaragua
8 Cabo Verde
8 Central African Republic
8 Holy See
7 Mauritania
6 Western Sahara
5 Bhutan
5 Burundi
4 Sao Tome and Principe
4 South Sudan
2 Papua New Guinea
2 Timor-Leste
1 Yemen

20,608 deaths attributed to coronavirus in the US as of the 10:30 p.m. update on April 11

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I have been following your numbers daily and have really appreciated it. I know it's a lot of work for you. Thank you so much for all you do to help us stay informed.  If you don't post it perhaps the

Friend of mine, acquaintance actually, but someone I know, just got admitted to the Covid unit.  Pray for Suzanne.

So, I started feel sick after work last Thursday. We’ve had lots of fever and cough rolling through our center for weeks. I can pretty much pin point the child who coughed right in my face and I wasn’

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Sooooo, they don't even bother to post China now?  :buttercup: 

 

I wish the news would not post headlines like:  US has most cases in the world.  Well of course we do.  China cheats and Russia ..... :shrug:   But beyond that, we have to look at how many per million people!  Last we looked, US does not lead in that way of counting. 

 

MtRider ....tho NYC is having trouble not putting us up in that lead.  :(  :pray:  

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https://www.yahoo.com/news/bodies-rotting-street-covid-19-084318759.html

Bodies Rotting in the Street: COVID-19 Chaos Grips Ecuador

Jeremy Kryt
The Daily BeastApril 11, 2020, 4:43 AM EDT
 
 
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Bodies Rotting in the Street: COVID-19 Chaos Grips Ecuador
Jeremy Kryt
The Daily BeastApril 11, 2020, 4:43 AM EDT

CALI, Colombia—Images coming out of  Guayaquil, a port city on Ecuador’s Pacific coast, are as grim as anything the world has seen since the COVID-19 pandemic began.

As the death toll has overwhelmed hospitals and morgues, bodies have been abandoned in the streets or left to decay in houses, cargo trailers, and parking lots. The smell of the exposed corpses sticks like bile in the throat, and flocks of vultures wheel above the city waiting their chance to feed on human carrion.

Cemeteries are far beyond capacity, so some of the dead are now buried in unmarked graves in outlying fields. Other cadavers are secreted out of the city by loved ones, disguised as sleeping passengers to slip through military checkpoints trying to stop the spread of the contagion.

Lacking the advanced technology and robust infrastructure of their First World counterparts, hospitals and health centers in Guayaquil have been swamped by climbing infection rates since late March, often leaving ordinary citizens to deal as best they can with dead and dying family members.

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Videos allegedly showing bodies being burned in the streets are now widespread on social media and reproduced by news outlets across Latin America—although the provenance of those public cremation clips remains controversial, and journalists in Guayaquil say they are not what they seem. Fires were lit to draw attention to bodies, not to incinerate them.

There is no doubt that on Monday of this week the Ecuadorian government began issuing makeshift cardboard caskets, because traditional, more durable models have run out. And two new cemeteries with an estimated 10,000 graves are under construction, as experts predict the worst is yet to come, with the death toll likely to peak in late April.

“We are living in hell,” Blanca Moncada, a journalist with El Diario Expreso in Guayaquil, tells The Daily Beast. Moncada describes local medical facilities as resembling “war hospitals.” Such descriptions have been used in almost every hard-hit region, including New York City, but in Guayaquil the situation is still more grotesque. 

“There are bodies stacked in freezers, corpses lining the corridors, even piled up outside the hospital,” she says. Reporters covering the crisis in Guayaquil have been particularly hard hit, with at least 14 infections and four deaths, including Moncada’s close friend and mentor at El Diario, who died a few days ago. She says she knows there are many in the city who are much worse off than white-collar workers like herself.

“At least we can lock down and work from home,” she says. “Many in the barrios don’t have that choice. For them it’s either go out to work or starve.”    

Guayaquil, which is Ecuador’s largest city, has become the epicenter for COVID-19 in Latin America. As such, it has been described as a kind of bellwether for how the virus might impact other developing countries in the region—a gruesome harbinger of what’s to come when poverty meets pandemic.

As the crisis unfolds, U.S. citizens have been fleeing Guayaquil and surrounding areas, with special charter flights been arranged for them, according to a State Department spokesperson who declined to be named. “Overall, over 3,000 Americans have departed Ecuador since March 19, through 26 flights the Embassy facilitated through commercial airlines and State Department-chartered aircraft.” 

Because embassy workers are already in quarantine, “only emergency consular services are available” in Guayaquil at this time, the spokesperson said. If conditions continue to worsen: “The consulate has a strong contingency plan for any necessary emergency evacuation.”

‘POOR VIGILANCE’
The original contagion is thought to have been brought by travelers returning from Spain and Italy in late winter. The Guayaquil airport is a major travel hub for surrounding districts, and early screening for the virus was marked by “poor epidemiological vigilance,” says Dr. Esteban Ortiz-Prado, an infectious disease expert at the University of the Americas in Quito.

Because passengers were only tested for high temperatures, many asymptomatic carriers slipped through. A lack of self-isolation protocols followed, failures which were in turn compounded by poverty, urban overcrowding, and a high number of senior citizens in vulnerable communities.

“When you add up all those factors together—Boom!—you get an explosion of infections,” Ortiz-Prado says. And that explosion eventually led to what he calls the “definitive collapse” of the public health system in the city.

Demographics and a lack of preparedness aside, some in Guayaquil feel the national government’s inadequate response has directly contributed to the scale of the outbreak. Critics say President Lenín Moreno is basing policy decisions on infection statistics that are unrealistically low, while also failing to call for a general lockdown, even as the outbreak escalates.

Here’s a quick rundown of the numbers:

As of Thursday, April 9, the official tally was 4,965 total cases and 272 deaths nationwide. However, government records in Guayaquil show at least 1,350 bodies were collected from streets and private homes in that city between March 23 and April 5, dwarfing the official stats for the entire country. The nation’s public health director also confirmed 150 coronavirus-related deaths in Guayaquil on April 8 alone.

Some of the discrepancy in numbers could be attributed to a lack of test kits and diagnostic equipment. But a deliberate willingness to look the other way as the body count rises might also be a way for President Moreno to delay implementing the kind of full quarantine measures that have proven effective—although sometimes politically unpopular—in other countries.

“We have a partial quarantine right now,” says epidemiologist Ortiz-Prado, with businesses open and people allowed out on the streets from five in the morning until two in the afternoon each weekday.

The lockdown “definitely needs to be stronger in Guayaquil and elsewhere,” he says. “We need to keep people from going out except to buy necessities.”

But keeping people under strict quarantine is easier said than done in the many poverty-stricken barrios around Guayaquil, where daily existence remains a hand-to-mouth struggle. Indeed, such precarious living conditions are common throughout Latin America, and will pose grave challenges to public health officials as the pandemic unfolds.

To its credit, Moreno’s government has already begun to distribute a stipend of $60 per month to workers in the informal economy, but Moncada says that’s not nearly enough to feed married couples and families.

“The people keep going out,” says Guayaquil mayor Cynthia Viteri Jiménez in a recent interview with Univision. “People chase the police with stones and knives [when they try to enforce the curfew]. In some sectors they just don’t want to realize the magnitude of what is happening in Ecuador.”

RISK FACTORS
One of the lessons other countries might want to learn from Ecuador’s unfortunate example is to prevent “the rapid spread of disinformation,” says Ortiz-Prado.

“Countries must control dangerous messages that circulate in social media in relation to the quarantine. Here in Ecuador, for example, there are people with millions of followers on Instagram who say: ‘Nothing is happening, go out into the streets. Nothing will happen to you,’” he says. “This has to be considered a major risk factor.”

While some in Guayaquil mislead the public by denying actual dangers, others have erred on the other side of the truth—sensationalizing human suffering by failing to fact check in order to generate click bait.

“There have been news outlets everywhere saying they were burning corpses in the street, but this did not happen,” says El Diario’s Moncada. Instead of funeral pyres, she says, the viral videos actually show signal fires.

“What they did was burn the furniture, the coffin, or the belongings of the deceased. Those were desperate acts to get the authorities to come quickly to remove the bodies. They left the corpses outside their houses and they burned tires and furniture hoping to get a response. To get help,” she says.

Other forms of deception and intimidation indicate just how severe the breakdown of society has become. For example, workers in a Guayaquil morgue are now being investigated for extorting grieving families, demanding bribes in exchange for returning their loved ones’ bodies. 

Nor has the medical community been spared. At least 10 doctors in the city have died, and an estimated 1,600 more health-care workers have become infected, largely due to the lack of masks, gloves, and gowns. Yet those who speak publicly about shortages say they’re being threatened by superiors who want them silenced.

“The doctors I’ve interviewed are desperate due to the lack of supplies,” Moncada says. “But if they complain they know they risk getting fined, or even permanently fired, by the hospitals.”

Ortiz-Prado says he also worried about dwindling stockpiles, and he hopes eventually “developed countries like the U.S. could support us by sending resources like test kits, medical experts, and personal protection equipment.”

Above all he stresses the need for developing nations in Latin America to adopt a unilateral approach and work together to prevent the outbreak from spreading.     

“The region is very permeable to the infection and with a high morbidity rate,” he says, by way of advocating for a comprehensive, region-wide strategy. 

“We can’t just try to control the outbreak in one country and leave people to die in another.”

 

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555,398 US
166,831 Spain
156,363 Italy
133,670 France
127,854 Germany
85,206 United Kingdom
71,686 Iran
56,956 Turkey
29,647 Belgium
25,746 Netherlands
25,415 Switzerland
24,299 Canada
22,192 Brazil
16,585 Portugal
15,770 Russia
13,945 Austria
11,145 Israel
10,512 Korea, South
10,483 Sweden
9,655 Ireland
9,205 India
7,519 Peru
7,466 Ecuador
7,213 Chile
6,748 Japan
6,674 Poland
6,525 Norway
6,369 Denmark
6,315 Australia
6,300 Romania
5,991 Czechia
5,230 Pakistan
4,683 Malaysia
4,648 Philippines
4,462 Saudi Arabia
4,241 Indonesia
4,219 Mexico
4,123 United Arab Emirates
3,630 Serbia
3,400 Panama
3,281 Luxembourg
2,979 Qatar
2,974 Finland
2,967 Dominican Republic
2,777 Ukraine
2,776 Colombia
2,578 Belarus
2,551 Thailand
2,532 Singapore
2,173 South Africa
2,142 Argentina
2,114 Greece
2,065 Egypt
1,914 Algeria
1,701 Iceland
1,662 Moldova
1,661 Morocco
1,600 Croatia
1,410 Hungary
1,352 Iraq
1,330 New Zealand
1,309 Estonia
1,234 Kuwait
1,205 Slovenia
1,136 Bahrain
1,098 Azerbaijan
1,053 Lithuania
1,013 Armenia
1,009 Bosnia and Herzegovina
951 Kazakhstan
865 Uzbekistan
828 North Macedonia
820 Cameroon
742 Slovakia
712 Diamond Princess
707 Tunisia
675 Bulgaria
669 Cuba
651 Latvia
638 Andorra
633 Cyprus
630 Lebanon
621 Bangladesh
607 Afghanistan
599 Oman
595 Costa Rica
574 Cote d'Ivoire
566 Ghana
529 Niger
512 Uruguay
497 Burkina Faso
446 Albania
393 Honduras
389 Jordan
388 Taiwan*
378 Malta
377 Kyrgyzstan
356 San Marino
324 Mauritius
323 Nigeria
300 Bolivia
290 West Bank and Gaza
283 Kosovo
280 Senegal
272 Montenegro
262 Vietnam
257 Georgia
250 Guinea
234 Congo (Kinshasa)
214 Djibouti
210 Sri Lanka
197 Kenya
181 Venezuela
155 Guatemala
136 Brunei
134 Paraguay
126 Rwanda
125 El Salvador
122 Cambodia
113 Trinidad and Tobago
106 Madagascar
105 Mali
93 Monaco
79 Liechtenstein
76 Togo
71 Barbados
71 Ethiopia
69 Jamaica
60 Congo (Brazzaville)
54 Uganda
50 Liberia
49 Gabon
46 Bahamas
45 Guyana
43 Zambia
41 Burma
38 Guinea-Bissau
35 Benin
34 Eritrea
33 Haiti
32 Tanzania
25 Libya
25 Somalia
25 Syria
21 Antigua and Barbuda
21 Equatorial Guinea
21 Mozambique
20 Maldives
19 Angola
19 Laos
19 Sudan
18 Chad
16 Dominica
16 Fiji
16 Mongolia
16 Namibia
15 Saint Lucia
14 Belize
14 Eswatini
14 Grenada
14 Zimbabwe
13 Botswana
13 Malawi
12 Nepal
12 Saint Kitts and Nevis
12 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
11 Seychelles
10 Sierra Leone
10 Suriname
9 Gambia
9 MS Zaandam
9 Nicaragua
8 Cabo Verde
8 Central African Republic
8 Holy See
7 Mauritania
6 Western Sahara
5 Bhutan
5 Burundi
4 Sao Tome and Principe
4 South Sudan
2 Papua New Guinea
2 Timor-Leste
1 Yemen

 

Total Tested in the US  2,805,892    total positive 555,398

US deaths attributed to corona virus 22,023

 

Per update of April 12, 8:30 p.m. Eastern

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Our Compassion International girl is in Ecuador.  Her family is further north than this port but...pray for Arianna and her family in Ecuador.  :(

 

MtRider  .....and our 2 former kids in India.   India is having a rough time too. 

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The world's largest pork producer (Smithfield) has closed indefinitely due to 230 employees at the South Dakota plant tested positive for the coronavirus. 

 

Sorry I can't link it...Kindle. :rolleyes:

 

 

It employs around 3,000 to 4,000 workers. :sad-smiley-012:

 

 

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They closed the SD plant.  the one in Smithfield, VA is still open but the SD plant is about 5% of the world's pork.

 

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The world's largest pork producer (Smithfield) has closed indefinitely due to 230 employees at the South Dakota plant tested positive for the coronavirus. 

 

Sorry I can't link it...Kindle. :rolleyes:

 

 

It employs around 3,000 to 4,000 workers. :sad-smiley-012:

 

 

https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/business/2020/04/13/smithfield-foods-close-sioux-falls-plant-indefinetly-amid-covid-19-outbreak/2982640001/

238 employees tested positive for COVID-19.

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So the media is at it again.... 

 

The US has highest death total COVID-19 cases. 

 

So let's look at this sensibly. NO I am not downplaying the deaths, but let's not panic, common sense must prevail. We have one of the largest visitor ratio compared to other countries. At the university I worked at before in my home state 5% of our graduate level enrollment was international students, that does not include post doc fellows. That is just one university in a southern state. Can you imagine what Harvard, Oxford, MIT, or even USC's ratio is? We are 3rd in population behind China and India. HOWEVER, we are the most transient country. 

 

Now let's look at where the most deaths occurred - port of entry cities. There are five major US ports of immigration, New York, Boston, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New Orleans. New York is by far the most used port. Four out of five are in the top seven states with the most COVID-19 deaths. Maryland is number 14. 

 

We are not even sure how many are US citizens or if they were internationals who were infected when they arrived. Also, as I stated in another post no matter how a person dies if they have COVID-19 antibody in their system their death is counted as a COVID-19 death. So my question is how many COVID-19 death have we really had?  We will never know. 

 

Now think about this...how many people do you know have had severe respiratory infections in the past year? I know this past fall from November to February in our ER alone, we were swamped with people coming in with the "FLU" however, they tested negative for Flu A&B and negative for strep. We saw 50-75 people a day and for our little town of less than 20,000 that is a lot of people. We know people that died of respiratory failure this past year. The medical staff chalked it to age and underlying issues. 

 

Now pull out your tin foil hats....:tinfoilhatsmile: 

 

I do not believe that COVID-19 was caused from eating bats. Nor do I believe HIV was caused by people eating monkeys. I believe both were man made and were sent to no suspecting areas with subpar health care. Why? Well how do think vaccines come about? How do you think chemical warfare agents are developed? 

 

All I am say is looking at the big picture...look at what is going on in DC what are they trying to push through? What is so big that they have to distract us with a pandemic? What is happening on the international playing field that they needed a pandemic to distract the sheeple? WE cannot and must not let this distract us from our freedoms and rights as American citizens. 

 

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I think China let this virus out from a lab. Be it by accident or as a means to take out the US and it got away from them.  They did say they could take us out without firing a shot.  Don't have all the info in front of me right now but I have read several reports about this Lab and that they were working on some viruses. Not sure of why but I heard this virus was lab created.

 

It is sad to hear about Smithfield foods shutting down in SD.  My daughter works for the one in Smithfield VA. She does their medical billing.  She is now working 2 days from home and 3 days she must go in. Also not long after she took that job.  China bought them out. 

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Confirmed Cases by Country/Region/Sovereignty

581,918 US
170,099 Spain
159,516 Italy
137,877 France
130,072 Germany
89,571 United Kingdom
83,302 China
73,303 Iran
61,049 Turkey
30,589 Belgium
26,710 Netherlands
25,688 Switzerland
25,680 Canada
23,723 Brazil
18,328 Russia
16,934 Portugal
14,041 Austria
11,586 Israel
10,948 Sweden
10,647 Ireland
10,564 Korea, South
10,453 India
9,784 Peru
7,618 Japan
7,529 Ecuador
7,525 Chile
6,934 Poland
6,633 Romania
6,603 Norway
6,513 Denmark
6,351 Australia
6,059 Czechia
5,496 Pakistan
5,014 Mexico
4,934 Saudi Arabia
4,932 Philippines
4,817 Malaysia
4,557 Indonesia
4,521 United Arab Emirates
4,054 Serbia
3,472 Panama
3,292 Luxembourg
3,231 Qatar
3,167 Dominican Republic
3,102 Ukraine
3,064 Finland
2,919 Belarus
2,918 Singapore
2,852 Colombia
2,579 Thailand
2,277 Argentina
2,272 South Africa
2,190 Egypt
2,145 Greece
1,983 Algeria
1,763 Morocco
1,712 Moldova
1,711 Iceland
1,650 Croatia
1,458 Hungary
1,378 Iraq
1,366 New Zealand
1,361 Bahrain
1,332 Estonia
1,300 Kuwait
1,212 Slovenia
1,148 Azerbaijan
1,091 Kazakhstan
1,062 Lithuania
1,039 Armenia
1,037 Bosnia and Herzegovina
998 Uzbekistan
854 North Macedonia
848 Cameroon
803 Bangladesh
769 Slovakia
727 Oman
726 Cuba
726 Tunisia
712 Diamond Princess
685 Bulgaria
665 Afghanistan
662 Cyprus
655 Latvia
646 Andorra
632 Lebanon
626 Cote d'Ivoire
612 Costa Rica
566 Ghana
548 Niger
515 Burkina Faso
483 Uruguay
467 Albania
419 Kyrgyzstan
397 Honduras
393 Taiwan*
391 Jordan
384 Malta
371 San Marino
354 Bolivia
343 Nigeria
324 Mauritius
319 Guinea
308 West Bank and Gaza
298 Djibouti
291 Senegal
283 Kosovo
274 Montenegro
272 Georgia
265 Vietnam
235 Congo (Kinshasa)
218 Sri Lanka
208 Kenya
189 Venezuela
167 Guatemala
147 Paraguay
137 El Salvador
136 Brunei
127 Rwanda
123 Mali
122 Cambodia
113 Trinidad and Tobago
106 Madagascar
93 Monaco
79 Liechtenstein
77 Togo
74 Ethiopia
73 Jamaica
72 Barbados
62 Burma
60 Congo (Brazzaville)
60 Somalia
59 Liberia
57 Gabon
54 Uganda
49 Bahamas
49 Tanzania
47 Guyana
45 Zambia
40 Haiti
38 Guinea-Bissau
35 Benin
34 Eritrea
29 Sudan
26 Libya
25 Syria
23 Antigua and Barbuda
23 Chad
21 Equatorial Guinea
21 Mozambique
20 Maldives
19 Angola
19 Laos
18 Belize
17 Mongolia
17 Zimbabwe
16 Dominica
16 Fiji
16 Malawi
16 Namibia
15 Eswatini
15 Saint Lucia
14 Grenada
14 Nepal
13 Botswana
12 Saint Kitts and Nevis
12 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
11 Central African Republic
11 Seychelles
10 Cabo Verde
10 Sierra Leone
10 Suriname
9 Gambia
9 MS Zaandam
9 Nicaragua
8 Holy See
7 Mauritania
6 Western Sahara
5 Bhutan
5 Burundi
4 Sao Tome and Principe
4 South Sudan
4 Timor-Leste
2 Papua New Guinea
1 Yemen

Total US deaths attributed to coronavirus as of April 13, at the 10 p.m. update: 23,608.  Total tested in the US:  2,935,006

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608,377 US
174,060 Spain
162,488 Italy
132,210 Germany
131,361 France
94,845 United Kingdom
74,877 Iran
65,111 Turkey
31,119 Belgium
27,580 Netherlands
27,063 Canada
25,936 Switzerland
25,262 Brazil
21,102 Russia
17,448 Portugal
14,226 Austria
12,046 Israel
11,487 India
11,479 Ireland
11,445 Sweden
10,564 Korea, South
10,303 Peru
7,917 Chile
7,645 Japan
7,603 Ecuador
7,202 Poland
6,879 Romania
6,706 Denmark
6,623 Norway
6,415 Australia
6,111 Czechia
5,837 Pakistan
5,369 Saudi Arabia
5,223 Philippines
5,014 Mexico
4,987 Malaysia
4,933 United Arab Emirates
4,839 Indonesia
4,465 Serbia
3,574 Panama
3,428 Qatar
3,372 Ukraine
3,307 Luxembourg
3,286 Dominican Republic
3,281 Belarus
3,252 Singapore
3,161 Finland
2,979 Colombia
2,613 Thailand
2,415 South Africa
2,350 Egypt
2,277 Argentina
2,170 Greece
2,070 Algeria
1,934 Moldova
1,888 Morocco
1,720 Iceland
1,704 Croatia
1,528 Bahrain
1,512 Hungary
1,400 Iraq
1,373 Estonia
1,366 New Zealand
1,355 Kuwait
1,232 Kazakhstan
1,220 Slovenia
1,197 Azerbaijan
1,165 Uzbekistan
1,083 Bosnia and Herzegovina
1,070 Lithuania
1,067 Armenia
1,012 Bangladesh
908 North Macedonia
848 Cameroon
835 Slovakia
813 Oman
766 Cuba
747 Tunisia
714 Afghanistan
713 Bulgaria
712 Diamond Princess
695 Cyprus
659 Andorra
657 Latvia
641 Lebanon
638 Cote d'Ivoire
636 Ghana
618 Costa Rica
570 Niger
528 Burkina Faso
492 Uruguay
475 Albania
430 Kyrgyzstan
407 Honduras
397 Jordan
393 Malta
387 Kosovo
373 Nigeria
372 San Marino
363 Djibouti
363 Guinea
354 Bolivia
324 Mauritius
308 West Bank and Gaza
300 Georgia
299 Senegal
283 Montenegro
266 Vietnam
241 Congo (Kinshasa)
233 Sri Lanka
216 Kenya
189 Venezuela
167 Guatemala
159 Paraguay
149 El Salvador
144 Mali
136 Brunei
134 Rwanda
122 Cambodia
113 Trinidad and Tobago
108 Madagascar
105 Jamaica
93 Monaco
82 Ethiopia
79 Liechtenstein
77 Togo
74 Congo (Brazzaville)
73 Barbados
63 Burma
60 Somalia
59 Liberia
57 Gabon
55 Uganda
53 Tanzania
49 Bahamas
47 Guyana
45 Zambia
43 Guinea-Bissau
41 Equatorial Guinea
40 Haiti
35 Benin
35 Eritrea
35 Libya
32 Sudan
30 Mongolia
29 Syria
28 Mozambique
23 Antigua and Barbuda
23 Chad
20 Maldives
19 Angola
19 Laos
18 Belize
17 Zimbabwe
16 Dominica
16 Fiji
16 Malawi
16 Namibia
16 Nepal
15 Eswatini
15 Saint Lucia
14 Grenada
14 Saint Kitts and Nevis
13 Botswana
12 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
11 Cabo Verde
11 Central African Republic
11 Seychelles
11 Sierra Leone
10 Suriname
9 Gambia
9 MS Zaandam
9 Nicaragua
8 Holy See
7 Mauritania
6 Timor-Leste
6 Western Sahara
5 Bhutan
5 Burundi
4 Sao Tome and Principe
4 South Sudan
2 Papua New Guinea
1 Yemen

 

Total deaths in the US attributed to coronavirus: 25,992 

Total Tested in the US: 3,081,620

Per update of April 14, 9 p.m. Eastern

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:scratchhead:  So Diamond Princess:  ...the cruise ship folks aren't still on the ship, are they?  Are they being monitored elsewhere and.....not to be counted in the states they come from????  In the beginning, that would have noticeably raised statistics.  Now...  :shrug: 

 

Thanks for Hawaii stats on Oahu/Big Isle.  Oahu running 2.? % of population with COVID.  Maui has had 88 confirmed/ 3 deaths/ 41 recovered/ 44 active.  My family is busy distributing extra food from hotels to folks that are in need of it.  [with social distance]  Just their group from one of their businesses.  They were somewhere harvesting leaves to use in laulau and sent me pics last week.  SIL and GrS14 have gone spear fishing too.  DD2 says they're eating better now than usual.  Yeah, cuz she's crazy busy and doesn't take time to eat!  She reports that Costco limits how many can go in at a time there.  So it's actually a peaceful shopping experience.  There is only a few gaps in what is available.  Feeding her boys full time tho, she almost passed out at the total on the register.  'Course she was buying for her sister too.  Two teen boys tho....they EAT! 

 

MtRider  :feedme: 

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637,716 US
180,659 Spain
165,155 Italy
134,753 Germany
134,582 France
99,489 United Kingdom
83,367 China
76,389 Iran
69,392 Turkey
33,573 Belgium
28,746 Brazil
28,316 Netherlands
28,253 Canada
26,336 Switzerland
24,490 Russia
18,091 Portugal
14,350 Austria
12,547 Ireland
12,501 Israel
12,370 India
11,927 Sweden
11,475 Peru
10,591 Korea, South
8,626 Japan
8,273 Chile
7,858 Ecuador
7,582 Poland
7,216 Romania
6,876 Denmark
6,797 Norway
6,440 Australia
6,383 Pakistan
6,301 Czechia
5,862 Saudi Arabia
5,847 Mexico
5,453 Philippines
5,365 United Arab Emirates
5,136 Indonesia
5,072 Malaysia
4,873 Serbia
3,764 Ukraine
3,751 Panama
3,728 Belarus
3,711 Qatar
3,699 Singapore
3,614 Dominican Republic
3,373 Luxembourg
3,237 Finland
3,105 Colombia
2,643 Thailand
2,571 Argentina
2,506 South Africa
2,505 Egypt
2,192 Greece
2,160 Algeria
2,049 Moldova
2,024 Morocco
1,741 Croatia
1,727 Iceland
1,671 Bahrain
1,579 Hungary
1,415 Iraq
1,405 Kuwait
1,401 New Zealand
1,400 Estonia
1,302 Uzbekistan
1,295 Kazakhstan
1,253 Azerbaijan
1,248 Slovenia
1,231 Bangladesh
1,111 Armenia
1,110 Bosnia and Herzegovina
1,091 Lithuania
974 North Macedonia
910 Oman
863 Slovakia
848 Cameroon
814 Cuba
784 Afghanistan
780 Tunisia
747 Bulgaria
715 Cyprus
712 Diamond Princess
673 Andorra
666 Latvia
658 Lebanon
654 Cote d'Ivoire
641 Ghana
626 Costa Rica
584 Niger
542 Burkina Faso
494 Albania
493 Uruguay
449 Kyrgyzstan
435 Djibouti
419 Honduras
407 Nigeria
404 Guinea
401 Jordan
399 Malta
397 Bolivia
395 Taiwan*
393 San Marino
387 Kosovo
374 West Bank and Gaza
324 Mauritius
314 Senegal
306 Georgia
288 Montenegro
268 Vietnam
254 Congo (Kinshasa)
238 Sri Lanka
225 Kenya
197 Venezuela
180 Guatemala
174 Paraguay
159 El Salvador
148 Mali
136 Brunei
136 Rwanda
125 Jamaica
122 Cambodia
117 Congo (Brazzaville)
114 Trinidad and Tobago
110 Madagascar
93 Monaco
88 Tanzania
85 Ethiopia
81 Togo
80 Gabon
80 Somalia
79 Liechtenstein
75 Barbados
74 Burma
59 Liberia
56 Cabo Verde
55 Guyana
55 Uganda
53 Bahamas
51 Equatorial Guinea
48 Libya
48 Zambia
43 Guinea-Bissau
41 Haiti
35 Benin
35 Eritrea
33 Syria
32 Sudan
30 Mongolia
29 Mozambique
23 Antigua and Barbuda
23 Chad
23 Maldives
23 Zimbabwe
19 Angola
19 Laos
18 Belize
16 Dominica
16 Fiji
16 Malawi
16 Namibia
16 Nepal
15 Eswatini
15 Saint Lucia
14 Grenada
14 Saint Kitts and Nevis
13 Botswana
13 Sierra Leone
12 Central African Republic
12 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
11 Seychelles
10 Suriname
9 Gambia
9 MS Zaandam
9 Nicaragua
8 Holy See
8 Timor-Leste
7 Mauritania
6 Western Sahara
5 Bhutan
5 Burundi
4 Sao Tome and Principe
4 South Sudan
2 Papua New Guinea
1 Yemen

Total Deaths attributed to coronavirus in the US: 28,430 

Update of April 15, 9:30 p.m. 

 

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I've been looking for that information, Jeeps.  I started to add yours to mine, but they're right together, and mine is no longer broken down by state.  I think the military would be considered a state.  Maybe each base or ship a city. 

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I've been looking for that information, Jeeps.  I started to add yours to mine, but they're right together, and mine is no longer broken down by state.  I think the military would be considered a state.  Maybe each base or ship a city. 

I'll try to post the link here. Kindle is picky.

 

The individual states are right under the "World" stats but you have to scroll through the World stats and then back up to get the USA stats to show.

 

https://ncov2019.live/data

 

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New York City's Health Department said Tuesday it is now reporting "probable" Covid-19 deaths of individuals who have not been tested for the coronavirus but are presumed to be positive. The 4,059 probable cases pushed the death toll in New York City to nearly 11,000 victims.

 

 

This means New York's figures are as useful as China's.  Does anyone want me to continue posting the numbers?

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I have been following your numbers daily and have really appreciated it. I know it's a lot of work for you. Thank you so much for all you do to help us stay informed.  If you don't post it perhaps there is a way to make a sticky somewhere with the links. (((((((Ambergris))))))))

 

My granddaughter, who is an OB/ delivery nurse, has coronavirus. She is self quarantined at home in Texas while her three children are with others.  She is young and healthy but I am still worried.  Please everyone stay cautious.

 

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