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:pray: going out for your granddaughter Mother. I know you will be doing a lot of worrying. I went through that with my granddaugher's DH. Military.  Turned out it was just regular flu. He tested neg. 

So I know what you are going through.  Tough times these days.

She is in my prayers to get well fast. :hug3:

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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

Our state has placed motor homes in a remote state park (one way in and out) which is now guarded by state troopers. There is a medical unit set up there too.  It is for those infected to shelter in w

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Oh, no. Mother! I hope she has a light case and will sail through it without more than an inconvenience!  Her kids must be scared, though.  

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667,801 US
184,948 Spain
168,941 Italy
147,091 France
137,698 Germany
104,145 United Kingdom
83,406 China
77,995 Iran
74,193 Turkey
34,809 Belgium
30,809 Canada
30,683 Brazil
29,383 Netherlands
27,938 Russia
26,732 Switzerland
18,841 Portugal
14,476 Austria
13,430 India
13,271 Ireland
12,758 Israel
12,540 Sweden
12,491 Peru
10,613 Korea, South
9,231 Japan
8,807 Chile
8,225 Ecuador
7,918 Poland
7,707 Romania
7,074 Denmark
6,919 Pakistan
6,905 Norway
6,462 Australia
6,433 Czechia
6,380 Saudi Arabia
5,847 Mexico
5,825 United Arab Emirates
5,660 Philippines
5,516 Indonesia
5,318 Serbia
5,182 Malaysia
4,427 Singapore
4,204 Belarus
4,161 Ukraine
4,103 Qatar
3,755 Dominican Republic
3,751 Panama
3,444 Luxembourg
3,369 Finland
3,233 Colombia
2,673 Egypt
2,672 Thailand
2,669 Argentina
2,605 South Africa
2,283 Morocco
2,268 Algeria
2,207 Greece
2,154 Moldova
1,791 Croatia
1,739 Iceland
1,700 Bahrain
1,652 Hungary
1,572 Bangladesh
1,524 Kuwait
1,434 Estonia
1,434 Iraq
1,402 Kazakhstan
1,401 New Zealand
1,349 Uzbekistan
1,283 Azerbaijan
1,268 Slovenia
1,167 Bosnia and Herzegovina
1,159 Armenia
1,128 Lithuania
1,081 North Macedonia
1,019 Oman
996 Cameroon
977 Slovakia
862 Cuba
840 Afghanistan
822 Tunisia
800 Bulgaria
735 Cyprus
712 Diamond Princess
675 Latvia
673 Andorra
663 Lebanon
654 Cote d'Ivoire
642 Costa Rica
641 Ghana
591 Djibouti
584 Niger
546 Burkina Faso
518 Albania
502 Uruguay
466 Kyrgyzstan
449 Kosovo
442 Nigeria
441 Bolivia
438 Guinea
426 Honduras
426 San Marino
412 Malta
402 Jordan
395 Taiwan*
374 West Bank and Gaza
348 Georgia
335 Senegal
324 Mauritius
303 Montenegro
268 Vietnam
267 Congo (Kinshasa)
238 Sri Lanka
234 Kenya
204 Venezuela
196 Guatemala
174 Paraguay
171 Mali
164 El Salvador
143 Jamaica
138 Rwanda
136 Brunei
122 Cambodia
117 Congo (Brazzaville)
114 Trinidad and Tobago
111 Madagascar
94 Tanzania
93 Monaco
92 Ethiopia
85 Burma
81 Togo
80 Gabon
80 Somalia
79 Liechtenstein
75 Barbados
59 Liberia
56 Cabo Verde
55 Guyana
55 Uganda
53 Bahamas
51 Equatorial Guinea
49 Libya
48 Zambia
43 Guinea-Bissau
41 Haiti
35 Benin
35 Eritrea
33 Syria
32 Sudan
31 Mongolia
31 Mozambique
27 Chad
25 Maldives
23 Antigua and Barbuda
23 Zimbabwe
19 Angola
19 Laos
18 Belize
18 Timor-Leste
17 Fiji
16 Dominica
16 Eswatini
16 Malawi
16 Namibia
16 Nepal
15 Botswana
15 Saint Lucia
15 Sierra Leone
14 Grenada
14 Saint Kitts and Nevis
12 Central African Republic
12 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
11 Seychelles
10 Suriname
9 Gambia
9 MS Zaandam
9 Nicaragua
8 Holy See
7 Mauritania
7 Papua New Guinea
6 Western Sahara
5 Bhutan
5 Burundi
4 Sao Tome and Principe
4 South Sudan
1 Yemen

Total Deaths 32,917  Total tested in the US 3,401,064

Update of April 16, 9:30 Eastern

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Thank you, Ambergris and LS.  The GD is pretty miserable with it.  Something I didn't know about the testing though.  She will have to have two negative tests before she can considered as being over it.  She is very close to her kids and is more worried about them (and missing them) than about herself.  Thank you for the thoughts and prayers.  Hugs

 

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Interesting to me how closely we compare to Western Europe, even with the inflated numbers from NYC.

 

Germany/Italy/France/Spain/UK with combined population of 324 million has 742,823 cases.

 

US with population of 331 million has 667,801 cases.

 

NY and NJ make up right at 300K of the totals so about 45% of all US cases .......... ain't geography weird?

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I have a friend in Brazil. Things are never reported correctly there.  A lot of places are more rural and poor with bad services, a lot of distrust, and poor communication.

 

 

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So. Our employer has issued each of us "essential employees" with ONE disposable N95 mask (the non-respirator version). Our employer has NOT issued us anything with which to sanitize the masks for re-use. 

 

Of course, we do not have access to hospital methods of sanitizing them. Even a bottle of spray peroxide would be better than nothing. But any mask care is up to us.

 

I am pondering how I will sanitize mine at work. I suppose I could take it home each night, spray it down, hang it to dry, and return with it each workday. Hmmm. These things are like gold these days, so I want to be careful not to harm it. 👀

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700,282 US
190,839 Spain
172,434 Italy
149,130 France
141,397 Germany
109,769 United Kingdom
83,760 China
79,494 Iran
78,546 Turkey
36,138 Belgium
33,682 Brazil
32,814 Canada
32,008 Russia
30,619 Netherlands
27,078 Switzerland
19,022 Portugal
14,595 Austria
14,352 India
13,980 Ireland
13,489 Peru
13,216 Sweden
12,982 Israel
10,635 Korea, South
9,787 Japan
9,252 Chile
8,450 Ecuador
8,379 Poland
8,067 Romania
7,268 Denmark
7,142 Saudi Arabia
7,025 Pakistan
6,937 Norway
6,549 Czechia
6,522 Australia
6,302 United Arab Emirates
6,297 Mexico
5,923 Indonesia
5,878 Philippines
5,690 Serbia
5,251 Malaysia
5,050 Singapore
4,779 Belarus
4,663 Qatar
4,662 Ukraine
4,126 Dominican Republic
4,016 Panama
3,489 Finland
3,480 Luxembourg
3,439 Colombia
2,844 Egypt
2,783 South Africa
2,700 Thailand
2,669 Argentina
2,564 Morocco
2,418 Algeria
2,264 Moldova
2,224 Greece
1,838 Bangladesh
1,814 Croatia
1,763 Hungary
1,754 Iceland
1,740 Bahrain
1,658 Kuwait
1,546 Kazakhstan
1,482 Iraq
1,459 Estonia
1,409 New Zealand
1,405 Uzbekistan
1,340 Azerbaijan
1,304 Slovenia
1,214 Bosnia and Herzegovina
1,201 Armenia
1,149 Lithuania
1,117 North Macedonia
1,069 Oman
1,049 Slovakia
996 Cameroon
923 Cuba
906 Afghanistan
864 Tunisia
846 Bulgaria
750 Cyprus
732 Djibouti
712 Diamond Princess
696 Andorra
688 Cote d'Ivoire
682 Latvia
668 Lebanon
649 Costa Rica
641 Ghana
627 Niger
557 Burkina Faso
539 Albania
502 Uruguay
493 Nigeria
489 Kyrgyzstan
480 Kosovo
477 Guinea
465 Bolivia
442 Honduras
435 San Marino
422 Malta
407 Jordan
402 West Bank and Gaza
395 Taiwan*
370 Georgia
342 Senegal
324 Mauritius
303 Montenegro
287 Congo (Kinshasa)
268 Vietnam
246 Kenya
244 Sri Lanka
214 Guatemala
204 Venezuela
199 Paraguay
177 El Salvador
171 Mali
147 Tanzania
143 Congo (Brazzaville)
143 Jamaica
143 Rwanda
136 Brunei
122 Cambodia
117 Madagascar
116 Somalia
114 Trinidad and Tobago
108 Gabon
96 Ethiopia
94 Monaco
88 Burma
83 Togo
79 Equatorial Guinea
79 Liechtenstein
76 Liberia
75 Barbados
63 Guyana
56 Cabo Verde
56 Uganda
54 Bahamas
52 Zambia
49 Libya
43 Guinea-Bissau
43 Haiti
38 Syria
35 Benin
35 Eritrea
34 Mozambique
33 Sudan
31 Mongolia
30 Nepal
29 Maldives
27 Chad
26 Sierra Leone
24 Zimbabwe
23 Antigua and Barbuda
19 Angola
19 Laos
18 Belize
18 Timor-Leste
17 Fiji
17 Malawi
16 Dominica
16 Eswatini
16 Namibia
15 Botswana
15 Saint Lucia
14 Grenada
14 Saint Kitts and Nevis
12 Central African Republic
12 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
11 Seychelles
10 Suriname
9 Gambia
9 MS Zaandam
9 Nicaragua
8 Holy See
7 Mauritania
7 Papua New Guinea
6 Western Sahara
5 Bhutan
5 Burundi
4 Sao Tome and Principe
4 South Sudan
1 Yemen

Total US deaths attributed to Corona virus, 36,997.  Total Tested in the US 3,557,493
Of the 700,282 confirmed US cases, roughly 309,200 are in New York and New Jersey.

Based on the figures updated as of April 17 at 9:30 p.m. Eastern.

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Do not spray N95 masks with anything it will destroy it. We've been researching the ways to sanitize and the only safe home way is to put in the oven 158 degrees for 30 minutes not touching any metal is a safe way to sanitize. Or the Battelle hydrogen peroxide steam system which your employer would have to implement. All other methods will either not work or destroy the masks. You can also if you have enough masks reserve one mask per day you work and let sit for 7 days in a paper bag and then re-use. I've been looking into this for my workplace.

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734,552 US
194,416 Spain
175,925 Italy
152,978 France
143,724 Germany
115,314 United Kingdom
83,796 China
82,329 Turkey
80,868 Iran
37,183 Belgium
36,793 Russia
36,760 Brazil
34,356 Canada
31,766 Netherlands
27,404 Switzerland
19,685 Portugal
15,722 India
14,758 Ireland
14,671 Austria
14,420 Peru
13,822 Sweden
13,265 Israel
10,653 Korea, South
10,296 Japan
9,730 Chile
9,022 Ecuador
8,742 Poland
8,418 Romania
8,274 Saudi Arabia
7,638 Pakistan
7,497 Mexico
7,437 Denmark
7,069 Norway
6,606 Czechia
6,547 Australia
6,302 United Arab Emirates
6,248 Indonesia
6,087 Philippines
5,994 Serbia
5,992 Singapore
5,305 Malaysia
5,106 Ukraine
5,008 Qatar
4,779 Belarus
4,335 Dominican Republic
4,210 Panama
3,681 Finland
3,621 Colombia
3,537 Luxembourg
3,034 South Africa
3,032 Egypt
2,839 Argentina
2,733 Thailand
2,685 Morocco
2,534 Algeria
2,378 Moldova
2,235 Greece
2,144 Bangladesh
1,834 Hungary
1,832 Croatia
1,773 Bahrain
1,760 Iceland
1,751 Kuwait
1,615 Kazakhstan
1,513 Iraq
1,512 Estonia
1,490 Uzbekistan
1,422 New Zealand
1,373 Azerbaijan
1,317 Slovenia
1,268 Bosnia and Herzegovina
1,248 Armenia
1,239 Lithuania
1,180 Oman
1,170 North Macedonia
1,089 Slovakia
1,017 Cameroon
986 Cuba
933 Afghanistan
878 Bulgaria
866 Tunisia
834 Ghana
801 Cote d'Ivoire
761 Cyprus
732 Djibouti
712 Diamond Princess
712 Latvia
704 Andorra
672 Lebanon
655 Costa Rica
639 Niger
565 Burkina Faso
548 Albania
542 Nigeria
520 Bolivia
518 Guinea
517 Uruguay
510 Kosovo
506 Kyrgyzstan
457 Honduras
455 San Marino
426 Malta
418 West Bank and Gaza
413 Jordan
398 Taiwan*
388 Georgia
350 Senegal
325 Mauritius
307 Congo (Kinshasa)
307 Montenegro
268 Vietnam
262 Kenya
254 Sri Lanka
235 Guatemala
227 Venezuela
216 Mali
206 Paraguay
190 El Salvador
163 Jamaica
147 Tanzania
144 Rwanda
143 Congo (Brazzaville)
137 Brunei
135 Somalia
122 Cambodia
120 Madagascar
114 Trinidad and Tobago
108 Gabon
107 Burma
105 Ethiopia
94 Monaco
84 Togo
79 Equatorial Guinea
79 Liechtenstein
76 Liberia
75 Barbados
66 Sudan
63 Guyana
58 Cabo Verde
57 Zambia
55 Bahamas
55 Uganda
49 Libya
46 Guinea-Bissau
44 Haiti
39 Eritrea
38 Syria
35 Benin
35 Maldives
35 Mozambique
33 Chad
31 Mongolia
31 Nepal
30 Sierra Leone
25 Zimbabwe
24 Angola
23 Antigua and Barbuda
22 Eswatini
19 Laos
18 Belize
18 Timor-Leste
17 Fiji
17 Malawi
16 Dominica
16 Namibia
15 Botswana
15 Saint Lucia
14 Grenada
14 Saint Kitts and Nevis
12 Central African Republic
12 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
11 Seychelles
10 Suriname
9 Gambia
9 MS Zaandam
9 Nicaragua
8 Holy See
7 Mauritania
7 Papua New Guinea
6 Western Sahara
5 Bhutan
5 Burundi
4 Sao Tome and Principe
4 South Sudan
1 Yemen

These numbers are those confirmed as having been struck by the illness, not those currently ill.  It's a running total.

 

Total US deaths attributed to Corona virus 38,835       Total Tests Conducted in U.S.: 3,698,534 

 

Total Hospitalized in the US 114,073 (I have not been following this to know whether  it means "currently hospitalized" or "hospitalized so far.")

 

The data is from the update of April 18 as of 9:30 p.m. Eastern.

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I have always put my N95 in the strong UV sunshine here.  Hang in on the clothesline.  Don't leave it there for days or that same strong sunshine will degrade the materials.  Research coming out that virus is sensitive to UV. 

 

MtRider  :ph34r:

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759,118 US
198,674 Spain
178,972 Italy
154,097 France
145,742 Germany
121,172 United Kingdom
86,306 Turkey
83,805 China
82,211 Iran
42,853 Russia
38,654 Brazil
38,496 Belgium
35,633 Canada
32,838 Netherlands
27,740 Switzerland
20,206 Portugal
17,615 India
15,628 Peru
15,251 Ireland
14,749 Austria
14,385 Sweden
13,491 Israel
10,797 Japan
10,661 Korea, South
10,088 Chile
9,468 Ecuador
9,362 Saudi Arabia
9,287 Poland
8,746 Romania
8,348 Pakistan
7,580 Denmark
7,497 Mexico
7,078 Norway
6,781 United Arab Emirates
6,746 Czechia
6,588 Singapore
6,575 Indonesia
6,547 Australia
6,318 Serbia
6,259 Philippines
5,449 Ukraine
5,448 Qatar
5,389 Malaysia
4,779 Belarus
4,680 Dominican Republic
4,273 Panama
3,792 Colombia
3,783 Finland
3,550 Luxembourg
3,158 South Africa
3,144 Egypt
2,941 Argentina
2,855 Morocco
2,765 Thailand
2,629 Algeria
2,472 Moldova
2,456 Bangladesh
2,235 Greece
1,916 Hungary
1,915 Kuwait
1,881 Bahrain
1,871 Croatia
1,771 Iceland
1,676 Kazakhstan
1,565 Uzbekistan
1,539 Iraq
1,528 Estonia
1,431 New Zealand
1,398 Azerbaijan
1,330 Slovenia
1,298 Lithuania
1,291 Armenia
1,285 Bosnia and Herzegovina
1,266 Oman
1,207 North Macedonia
1,161 Slovakia
1,042 Ghana
1,035 Cuba
1,017 Cameroon
996 Afghanistan
894 Bulgaria
879 Tunisia
847 Cote d'Ivoire
846 Djibouti
767 Cyprus
727 Latvia
713 Andorra
712 Diamond Princess
673 Lebanon
660 Costa Rica
648 Niger
627 Nigeria
579 Guinea
576 Burkina Faso
562 Albania
554 Kyrgyzstan
520 Bolivia
517 Uruguay
510 Kosovo
472 Honduras
461 San Marino
437 West Bank and Gaza
427 Malta
420 Taiwan*
417 Jordan
394 Georgia
367 Senegal
328 Mauritius
327 Congo (Kinshasa)
308 Montenegro
271 Sri Lanka
270 Kenya
268 Vietnam
257 Guatemala
256 Venezuela
224 Mali
206 Paraguay
201 El Salvador
173 Jamaica
170 Tanzania
164 Somalia
147 Rwanda
143 Congo (Brazzaville)
138 Brunei
122 Cambodia
121 Madagascar
114 Trinidad and Tobago
111 Burma
109 Gabon
108 Ethiopia
94 Monaco
91 Liberia
84 Togo
81 Liechtenstein
79 Equatorial Guinea
75 Barbados
66 Sudan
65 Guyana
61 Cabo Verde
61 Zambia
60 Bahamas
55 Uganda
52 Maldives
51 Libya
50 Guinea-Bissau
47 Haiti
39 Eritrea
39 Mozambique
39 Syria
35 Benin
35 Sierra Leone
33 Chad
32 Mongolia
31 Nepal
25 Zimbabwe
24 Angola
23 Antigua and Barbuda
22 Eswatini
20 Botswana
19 Laos
19 Timor-Leste
18 Belize
17 Fiji
17 Malawi
16 Dominica
16 Namibia
15 Saint Lucia
14 Grenada
14 Saint Kitts and Nevis
12 Central African Republic
12 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
11 Seychelles
10 Gambia
10 Nicaragua
10 Suriname
9 MS Zaandam
8 Holy See
7 Mauritania
7 Papua New Guinea
6 Western Sahara
5 Bhutan
5 Burundi
4 Sao Tome and Principe
4 South Sudan
1 Yemen

 

In the US, the top states for confirmed numbers are 

247,815 confirmed New York

85,301 confirmed New Jersey

38,077 confirmed Massachusetts

 

Total US deaths attributed to corona virus: 40,665  

Most of those are New York and New Jersey.  I'm having trouble with the math, though.

 

Total Tests Conducted in U.S. 3,865,864

Top states for testing:
617,555 New York

280,900 California

256,079 Florida

182,710 Texas

170,688 New Jersey 

162,241 Massachusetts

 

Total Hospitalized in the US: 115,792

Top states for numbers of hospitalized 

55,723 New York 

7,494 New Jersey 

4,731 California 

4,314 Illinois 

3,930 Florida

3,729 Massachusetts

3,464  Georgia 

 

Per April 19, 9:30 p.m. Eastern update.

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Ambergris, does the data tell if the # of tests "conducted" includes multiple tests for a single person?  They are saying that they need 2 negatives in a row to be let out of quarantine. 

 

Too bad we can't all do a home test to see if we'd been exposed at some point....  Rather not be a number at the CDC but....

 

MtRider  ....raw stats are so hard to decipher sometimes.  :shrug: 

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It says "tests conducted," not "persons tested."  Another site says "specimens tested."

 

Here's a sample link: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/cases-updates/testing-in-us.html 

 

Here are some charts for you: https://www.politico.com/interactives/2020/coronavirus-testing-by-state-chart-of-new-cases/

 

 

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784,599 US
200,210 Spain
181,228 Italy
156,480 France
147,065 Germany
125,856 United Kingdom
90,980 Turkey
83,817 China
83,505 Iran
47,121 Russia
40,743 Brazil
39,983 Belgium
37,710 Canada
33,588 Netherlands
27,944 Switzerland
20,863 Portugal
18,539 India
16,325 Peru
15,652 Ireland
14,795 Austria
14,777 Sweden
13,713 Israel
10,797 Japan
10,674 Korea, South
10,507 Chile
10,484 Saudi Arabia
10,128 Ecuador
9,593 Poland
8,936 Romania
8,892 Pakistan
8,261 Mexico
8,014 Singapore
7,711 Denmark
7,265 United Arab Emirates
7,156 Norway
6,900 Czechia
6,760 Indonesia
6,630 Serbia
6,547 Australia
6,459 Philippines
6,264 Belarus
6,015 Qatar
5,710 Ukraine
5,425 Malaysia
4,964 Dominican Republic
4,467 Panama
3,977 Colombia
3,868 Finland
3,558 Luxembourg
3,333 Egypt
3,300 South Africa
3,046 Morocco
3,031 Argentina
2,948 Bangladesh
2,792 Thailand
2,718 Algeria
2,548 Moldova
2,245 Greece
1,995 Kuwait
1,984 Hungary
1,907 Bahrain
1,881 Croatia
1,852 Kazakhstan
1,773 Iceland
1,627 Uzbekistan
1,574 Iraq
1,535 Estonia
1,440 New Zealand
1,436 Azerbaijan
1,410 Oman
1,339 Armenia
1,335 Slovenia
1,326 Lithuania
1,309 Bosnia and Herzegovina
1,225 North Macedonia
1,173 Slovakia
1,163 Cameroon
1,087 Cuba
1,042 Ghana
1,026 Afghanistan
929 Bulgaria
884 Tunisia
879 Cote d'Ivoire
846 Djibouti
772 Cyprus
739 Latvia
717 Andorra
712 Diamond Princess
677 Lebanon
665 Nigeria
662 Costa Rica
648 Niger
622 Guinea
584 Albania
581 Burkina Faso
568 Kyrgyzstan
564 Bolivia
535 Uruguay
510 Kosovo
477 Honduras
462 San Marino
449 West Bank and Gaza
431 Malta
425 Jordan
422 Taiwan*
402 Georgia
377 Senegal
332 Congo (Kinshasa)
328 Mauritius
312 Montenegro
304 Sri Lanka
289 Guatemala
285 Venezuela
281 Kenya
268 Vietnam
254 Tanzania
246 Mali
237 Somalia
223 Jamaica
218 El Salvador
208 Paraguay
160 Congo (Brazzaville)
147 Rwanda
138 Brunei
122 Cambodia
121 Madagascar
120 Gabon
119 Burma
114 Trinidad and Tobago
111 Ethiopia
107 Sudan
99 Liberia
94 Monaco
84 Togo
81 Liechtenstein
79 Equatorial Guinea
75 Barbados
69 Maldives
67 Cabo Verde
65 Guyana
65 Zambia
60 Bahamas
57 Haiti
56 Uganda
54 Benin
51 Libya
50 Guinea-Bissau
43 Sierra Leone
39 Eritrea
39 Mozambique
39 Syria
33 Chad
33 Mongolia
31 Nepal
25 Zimbabwe
24 Angola
24 Eswatini
23 Antigua and Barbuda
22 Timor-Leste
20 Botswana
19 Laos
18 Belize
18 Fiji
17 Malawi
16 Dominica
16 Namibia
15 Saint Kitts and Nevis
15 Saint Lucia
14 Grenada
12 Central African Republic
12 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
11 Seychelles
10 Gambia
10 Nicaragua
10 Suriname
9 Holy See
9 MS Zaandam
7 Mauritania
7 Papua New Guinea
6 Western Sahara
5 Bhutan
5 Burundi
4 Sao Tome and Principe
4 South Sudan
1 Yemen

 

Total Deaths in US attributed to corona virus: 42,138

Re-tested and no longer positive: 72,522

Top states for numbers of confirmed cases:

253,060 confirmed

 New York US

88,806 confirmed

 New Jersey US

38,077 confirmed

 Massachusetts 

33,914 Pennsylvania 

33,686 California 

32,000 Michigan 

31,508 Illinois 

 

Total tests conducted in U.S. 4,003,551

Top states for testing: 

633,861 New York 

290,500 California 

266,225 Florida 

190,394 Texas 

178,057 New Jersey 

162,952 Pennsylvania 

162,241 Massachusetts 

 

Total Hospitalized in the US  117,363

Top states for hospitalized

7,103 New York 

6,986 New Jersey 

4,674 California 

4,599 Illinois 

4,010 Florida 

3,729 Massachusetts 

3,550 Georgia 

 

 

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784,599 US
200,210 Spain
181,228 Italy
156,480 France
147,065 Germany
125,856 United Kingdom
90,980 Turkey
83,817 China
83,505 Iran
47,121 Russia
40,743 Brazil
39,983 Belgium
37,710 Canada
33,588 Netherlands
27,944 Switzerland
20,863 Portugal
18,539 India
16,325 Peru
15,652 Ireland
14,795 Austria
14,777 Sweden
13,713 Israel
10,797 Japan
10,674 Korea, South
10,507 Chile
10,484 Saudi Arabia
10,128 Ecuador
9,593 Poland
8,936 Romania
8,892 Pakistan
8,261 Mexico
8,014 Singapore
7,711 Denmark
7,265 United Arab Emirates
7,156 Norway
6,900 Czechia
6,760 Indonesia
6,630 Serbia
6,547 Australia
6,459 Philippines
6,264 Belarus
6,015 Qatar
5,710 Ukraine
5,425 Malaysia
4,964 Dominican Republic
4,467 Panama
3,977 Colombia
3,868 Finland
3,558 Luxembourg
3,333 Egypt
3,300 South Africa
3,046 Morocco
3,031 Argentina
2,948 Bangladesh
2,792 Thailand
2,718 Algeria
2,548 Moldova
2,245 Greece
1,995 Kuwait
1,984 Hungary
1,907 Bahrain
1,881 Croatia
1,852 Kazakhstan
1,773 Iceland
1,627 Uzbekistan
1,574 Iraq
1,535 Estonia
1,440 New Zealand
1,436 Azerbaijan
1,410 Oman
1,339 Armenia
1,335 Slovenia
1,326 Lithuania
1,309 Bosnia and Herzegovina
1,225 North Macedonia
1,173 Slovakia
1,163 Cameroon
1,087 Cuba
1,042 Ghana
1,026 Afghanistan
929 Bulgaria
884 Tunisia
879 Cote d'Ivoire
846 Djibouti
772 Cyprus
739 Latvia
717 Andorra
712 Diamond Princess
677 Lebanon
665 Nigeria
662 Costa Rica
648 Niger
622 Guinea
584 Albania
581 Burkina Faso
568 Kyrgyzstan
564 Bolivia
535 Uruguay
510 Kosovo
477 Honduras
462 San Marino
449 West Bank and Gaza
431 Malta
425 Jordan
422 Taiwan*
402 Georgia
377 Senegal
332 Congo (Kinshasa)
328 Mauritius
312 Montenegro
304 Sri Lanka
289 Guatemala
285 Venezuela
281 Kenya
268 Vietnam
254 Tanzania
246 Mali
237 Somalia
223 Jamaica
218 El Salvador
208 Paraguay
160 Congo (Brazzaville)
147 Rwanda
138 Brunei
122 Cambodia
121 Madagascar
120 Gabon
119 Burma
114 Trinidad and Tobago
111 Ethiopia
107 Sudan
99 Liberia
94 Monaco
84 Togo
81 Liechtenstein
79 Equatorial Guinea
75 Barbados
69 Maldives
67 Cabo Verde
65 Guyana
65 Zambia
60 Bahamas
57 Haiti
56 Uganda
54 Benin
51 Libya
50 Guinea-Bissau
43 Sierra Leone
39 Eritrea
39 Mozambique
39 Syria
33 Chad
33 Mongolia
31 Nepal
25 Zimbabwe
24 Angola
24 Eswatini
23 Antigua and Barbuda
22 Timor-Leste
20 Botswana
19 Laos
18 Belize
18 Fiji
17 Malawi
16 Dominica
16 Namibia
15 Saint Kitts and Nevis
15 Saint Lucia
14 Grenada
12 Central African Republic
12 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
11 Seychelles
10 Gambia
10 Nicaragua
10 Suriname
9 Holy See
9 MS Zaandam
7 Mauritania
7 Papua New Guinea
6 Western Sahara
5 Bhutan
5 Burundi
4 Sao Tome and Principe
4 South Sudan
1 Yemen

 

Of the 784,599:

Total Deaths in US attributed to corona virus: 42,138

Re-tested and no longer positive: 72,522

 

Top states for numbers of confirmed cases:

253,060 New York 

88,806 New Jersey 

38,077  Massachusetts 

33,914 Pennsylvania 

33,686 California 

32,000 Michigan 

31,508 Illinois 

 

Total tests conducted in the U.S. 4,003,551

Top states for testing: 

633,861 New York 

290,500 California 

266,225 Florida 

190,394 Texas 

178,057 New Jersey 

162,952 Pennsylvania 

162,241 Massachusetts 

 

Total Hospitalized in the US  117,363

Top states for numbers hospitalized

7,103 New York 

6,986 New Jersey 

4,674 California 

4,599 Illinois 

4,010 Florida 

3,729 Massachusetts 

3,550 Georgia 

 

Per the April 20 8:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Eastern updates

 

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Our city just announced that our Fourth of July celebration has been cancelled....

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So, Dogmom.  My long ago Without Warning 4th of July scenario would be changed.  The new one would be:  You're sitting with your family/friends watching 4th of July concert...anticipating fireworks......  Suddenly several people at once get up and start coughing.  Sounds like they're trying to "hack up a lung" !  Then they shout "I'VE GOT COVID-19 AND NOW YOU ALL WILL HAVE IT TOOOOOOOO!" 

 

<_<     In the mood folks are working themselves into lately, I would not doubt this scenario could happen. 

 

MtRider  ....be safe, especially those of us who are a bit more vulnerable to illness.  :grouphug: 

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They cancelled the 4th. of July? Oh no they dint. That's G-sons birthday!  :D.  They WERE going to take him to Disney in Florida. 

 

Fireworks has be cancelled in northern Indiana too. Probably a lot of places. They aren't even allowing open air concerts. Not even small ones. Seems like they would want a little morale boosters. But then again, people get all liquored up and act the fool. 

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A dear friend of mine used to be a hospital administrator in NY. He has interesting insights. One of the scenarios is that the more 'probably' covid cases there are, the more of a kickback the state/hospital will receive when this is all said and done.  Do I trust the numbers from the big cities? Not a chance.   :gaah:

 

In my seven adjoining counties, there have been a total of THREE deaths from the virus. It is totally ridiculous that our governor just extended our stay at home until the END OF MAY.  He's a flunkie from the school system, and was only kept in the district by the teacher's union. Then big money came in last year from outside so that he could topple a conservative governor with a $5 BILLION surplus.  Honestly, I don't think the new governor has a clue on what to do and is waiting for all the other states to open so that he can come up with a plan (yes, they all plan to open before we do).  :laughkick: I bet all that surplus disappears by the time he's done dishing it out to every liberal organization in our state. Did I mention that we're a tourist state and the majority of our revenue comes from tourism and dairy? What a great way to sink the battleship without a shot from the bow.   :gaah:  Do I sound frustrated from ineptness? If it wasn't for my mom being locked down in a retirement center in the city, I could camp out on our homestead for months before anyone knew if we were alive or dead.  :darlenedance:

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Our Governor just had a huge protest not only on the Capitol grounds but then a walk to the Governor's Mansion.  They say he was there because when the Governor is there, the flag is flying....it was flying...and several people said they saw him pull back a curtain and look out.  He's backed off somewhat, but the protest wasn't so much about the date but the mandatory testing and vaccines that he's a promoter of.  People drove for hundreds of miles to be there to let him know we're up to your tricks!  Also found out that the CDC said that Europe (?) refused a shipment of our swabs because they were found to be contaminated and weRE actually giving people the virus.  Then a report from a major media source (WSJ?) where Italy said that 99% of the deaths that were reported as c19, was false reporting.  And now they're telling us that "it might come back in the fall"?  I'm sorry folks, every day I'm beginning to think this is a manipulation of our country from the enemies of our country.  I know our President has no medical background and has tried to surround himself with experts...but since when do scientists know how to run a financial institution?  Since when do non-elected people dictate to the elected...and since when do any of them dictate to the American Citizen?  Sure glad he put a hold on immigration.  Rant over!

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824,147 US
204,178 Spain
183,957 Italy
159,299 France
148,453 Germany
130,172 United Kingdom
95,591 Turkey
84,802 Iran
83,853 China
52,763 Russia
43,079 Brazil
40,956 Belgium
39,402 Canada
34,318 Netherlands
28,063 Switzerland
21,379 Portugal
20,080 India
17,837 Peru
16,040 Ireland
15,322 Sweden
14,873 Austria
13,942 Israel
11,631 Saudi Arabia
11,135 Japan
10,832 Chile
10,683 Korea, South
10,398 Ecuador
9,856 Poland
9,565 Pakistan
9,242 Romania
9,125 Singapore
8,772 Mexico
7,891 Denmark
7,755 United Arab Emirates
7,241 Norway
7,135 Indonesia
7,033 Czechia
6,723 Belarus
6,630 Serbia
6,599 Philippines
6,547 Australia
6,533 Qatar
6,125 Ukraine
5,482 Malaysia
5,044 Dominican Republic
4,658 Panama
4,149 Colombia
4,014 Finland
3,618 Luxembourg
3,490 Egypt
3,465 South Africa
3,382 Bangladesh
3,209 Morocco
3,144 Argentina
2,811 Algeria
2,811 Thailand
2,614 Moldova
2,401 Greece
2,098 Hungary
2,080 Kuwait
1,995 Kazakhstan
1,973 Bahrain
1,908 Croatia
1,778 Iceland
1,678 Uzbekistan
1,602 Iraq
1,552 Estonia
1,508 Oman
1,480 Azerbaijan
1,445 New Zealand
1,401 Armenia
1,350 Lithuania
1,344 Slovenia
1,342 Bosnia and Herzegovina
1,231 North Macedonia
1,199 Slovakia
1,163 Cameroon
1,137 Cuba
1,092 Afghanistan
1,042 Ghana
975 Bulgaria
945 Djibouti
916 Cote d'Ivoire
901 Tunisia
784 Cyprus
782 Nigeria
748 Latvia
717 Andorra
712 Diamond Princess
688 Guinea
677 Lebanon
669 Costa Rica
657 Niger
609 Albania
600 Burkina Faso
598 Bolivia
590 Kyrgyzstan
543 Uruguay
510 Kosovo
494 Honduras
476 San Marino
466 West Bank and Gaza
443 Malta
428 Jordan
425 Taiwan*
412 Senegal
408 Georgia
350 Congo (Kinshasa)
328 Mauritius
313 Montenegro
310 Sri Lanka
296 Kenya
294 Guatemala
286 Somalia
285 Venezuela
268 Vietnam
258 Mali
254 Tanzania
225 El Salvador
223 Jamaica
208 Paraguay
165 Congo (Brazzaville)
156 Gabon
150 Rwanda
140 Sudan
138 Brunei
122 Cambodia
121 Burma
121 Madagascar
115 Trinidad and Tobago
114 Ethiopia
101 Liberia
94 Monaco
86 Togo
83 Equatorial Guinea
83 Maldives
81 Liechtenstein
75 Barbados
70 Zambia
68 Cabo Verde
66 Guyana
65 Bahamas
61 Uganda
59 Libya
57 Haiti
54 Benin
50 Guinea-Bissau
50 Sierra Leone
42 Nepal
42 Syria
39 Eritrea
39 Mozambique
34 Mongolia
33 Chad
31 Eswatini
28 Zimbabwe
24 Angola
23 Antigua and Barbuda
23 Timor-Leste
20 Botswana
19 Laos
18 Belize
18 Fiji
18 Malawi
16 Dominica
16 Namibia
15 Saint Kitts and Nevis
15 Saint Lucia
14 Central African Republic
14 Grenada
12 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
11 Seychelles
10 Gambia
10 Nicaragua
10 Suriname
9 Holy See
9 MS Zaandam
7 Mauritania
7 Papua New Guinea
6 Bhutan
6 Western Sahara
5 Burundi
4 Sao Tome and Principe
4 South Sudan
1 Yemen

 

Of the 824,417 confirmed US cases,

the states with the highest numbers of confirmed cases:

258,484 New York 

92,387 New Jersey 

41,199 Massachusetts 

35,643 California 

35,249 Pennsylvania 

33,059 Illinois 

32,967 Michigan 

 

Total Test Conducted in U.S  4,155,178

States with most tests: 

649,325 New York 

300,100 California 

277,059 Florida 

205,399 Texas 

184,826 New Jersey 

175,372 Massachusetts 

166,851 Pennsylvania

 

 Total Hospitalized in the US 120,268

States with most hospitalization: 

57,103 New York 

7,594 New Jersey 

4,886 California 

4,776 Illinois 

4,235 Florida 

3,872  Massachusetts 

3,779 Georgia

 

Total Deaths attributed to corona virus in the US: 44,999

 

Per updates of 8:00 p.m.and 9:30 p.m. Eastern on April 21. 

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The number of cases in our area jumped by half again (from 40-something to 60-something) in the last few days...and almost all are from the same nursing home. 

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