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1,769,776 US
498,440 Brazil
396,575 Russia
274,219 United Kingdom
239,228 Spain
232,664 Italy
188,752 France
183,189 Germany
181,827 India
163,103 Turkey
155,671 Peru
148,950 Iran
94,858 Chile
91,681 Canada
87,512 Mexico
84,128 China
83,384 Saudi Arabia
66,457 Pakistan
58,186 Belgium
55,262 Qatar
46,460 Netherlands
44,608 Bangladesh
41,658 Belarus
38,571 Ecuador
37,113 Sweden
34,366 Singapore
33,896 United Arab Emirates
32,203 Portugal
30,967 South Africa
30,845 Switzerland
26,734 Colombia
26,192 Kuwait
25,773 Indonesia
24,929 Ireland
23,571 Poland
23,449 Egypt
23,204 Ukraine
19,133 Romania
17,224 Philippines
17,012 Israel
16,908 Dominican Republic
16,716 Japan
16,685 Austria
16,214 Argentina
14,525 Afghanistan
13,018 Panama
11,833 Denmark
11,468 Korea, South
11,381 Serbia
10,793 Bahrain
10,423 Oman
10,382 Kazakhstan
9,855 Nigeria
9,267 Algeria
9,230 Czechia
8,927 Armenia
8,731 Bolivia
8,437 Norway
8,098 Moldova
7,780 Morocco
7,768 Ghana
7,762 Malaysia
7,192 Australia
6,826 Finland
6,179 Iraq
5,904 Cameroon
5,246 Azerbaijan
4,886 Honduras
4,800 Sudan
4,739 Guatemala
4,016 Luxembourg
3,867 Hungary
3,807 Tajikistan
3,706 Guinea
3,546 Uzbekistan
3,535 Senegal
3,194 Djibouti
3,077 Thailand
2,966 Congo (Kinshasa)
2,915 Greece
2,799 Cote d'Ivoire
2,655 Gabon
2,499 Bulgaria
2,494 Bosnia and Herzegovina
2,395 El Salvador
2,246 Croatia
2,164 North Macedonia
2,025 Cuba
1,916 Somalia
1,888 Kenya
1,865 Estonia
1,865 Haiti
1,806 Iceland
1,722 Kyrgyzstan
1,672 Maldives
1,670 Lithuania
1,620 Sri Lanka
1,521 Slovakia
1,504 New Zealand
1,473 Slovenia
1,459 Venezuela
1,401 Nepal
1,306 Equatorial Guinea
1,256 Guinea-Bissau
1,250 Mali
1,191 Lebanon
1,122 Albania
1,076 Tunisia
1,065 Latvia
1,064 Kosovo
1,063 Ethiopia
1,057 Zambia
1,047 Costa Rica
994 South Sudan
964 Paraguay
962 Central African Republic
956 Niger
944 Cyprus
852 Sierra Leone
847 Burkina Faso
821 Uruguay
764 Andorra
759 Chad
759 Nicaragua
758 Madagascar
757 Georgia
734 Jordan
712 Diamond Princess
671 San Marino
618 Malta
575 Jamaica
571 Congo (Brazzaville)
509 Tanzania
483 Mauritania
479 Sao Tome and Principe
447 West Bank and Gaza
442 Taiwan*
433 Togo
421 Cabo Verde
413 Uganda
359 Rwanda
335 Mauritius
328 Vietnam
324 Montenegro
310 Yemen
283 Eswatini
280 Liberia
279 Malawi
244 Mozambique
224 Benin
224 Burma
179 Mongolia
174 Zimbabwe
152 Guyana
141 Brunei
130 Libya
125 Cambodia
122 Syria
117 Trinidad and Tobago
106 Comoros
102 Bahamas
99 Monaco
92 Barbados
84 Angola
82 Liechtenstein
63 Burundi
39 Eritrea
35 Botswana
33 Bhutan
26 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
25 Antigua and Barbuda
25 Gambia
24 Timor-Leste
23 Grenada
23 Namibia
19 Laos
18 Belize
18 Fiji
18 Saint Lucia
16 Dominica
15 Saint Kitts and Nevis
14 Suriname
12 Holy See
11 Seychelles
9 MS Zaandam
9 Western Sahara
8 Papua New Guinea
2 Lesotho

 

States reporting over 20,000 confirmed cases

369,660 New York 

159,608 New Jersey 

118,917 Illinois 

109,509 California 

96,301 Massachusetts 

75,697 Pennsylvania 

62,675 Texas 

56,969 Michigan 

55,424 Florida 

52,015 Maryland 

46,331 Georgia 

43,611 Virginia 

42,022 Connecticut 

39,577 Louisiana 

35,033 Ohio 

34,211 Indiana 

27,794 North Carolina 

26,084 Colorado 

24,190 Minnesota 

22,566 Tennessee 

21,349 Washington

 

Compare:

107,142 Sao Paulo Brazil

96,583 Lima Peru

88,758  Lombardia Italy

76,251  Metropolitana Chile

68,740  Madrid Spain

68,135  Hubei China

59,003  Catalonia Spain

52,420  Rio de Janeiro Brazil

50,651  Quebec Canada

47,115  Bayern Germany

46,506  Ceara Brazil

40,560  Amazonas Brazil

37,910  Nordrhein-Westfalen Germany

37,296  Para Brazil

34,736  Baden-Wurttemberg Germany

33,427  Pernambuco Brazil

32,620  Maranhao Brazil

30,583  Piemonte Italy

29,023  Ontario Canada

27,759  Emilia-Romagna Italy

24,265  Ciudad de Mexico Mexico

 

103,768 US deaths

Most have occurred in:

29,710 New York 

11,634 New Jersey 

6,768 Massachusetts 

5,537 Pennsylvania 

5,464 Michigan 

5,330 Illinois 

4,136 California 

3,912 Connecticut 

2,786 Louisiana 

2,509 Maryland 

2,447 Florida 

2,149 Ohio 

2,125 Indiana 

2,004 Georgia 

1,652 Texas 

1,443 Colorado 

1,370 Virginia 

1,118 Washington 

1,036 Minnesota 

 

89,400 hospitalized New York 

17,121 hospitalized New Jersey 

12,538 hospitalized Connecticut 

10,375 hospitalized Florida 

9,789 hospitalized Massachusetts 

8,619 hospitalized Maryland 

7,921 hospitalized Georgia 

7,216 hospitalized Virginia 

6,011 hospitalized Ohio 

5,285 hospitalized Indiana 

4,307 hospitalized Colorado 

3,455 hospitalized Washington 

3,011 hospitalized Minnesota 

2,980 hospitalized Arizona 

2,563 hospitalized Wisconsin 

2,266 hospitalized Kentucky 

2,240 hospitalized Mississippi 

1,826 hospitalized Alabama 

1,732 hospitalized Tennessee 

1,682 hospitalized Rhode Island 

1,634 hospitalized South Carolina 

1,317 hospitalized New Mexico 

982 hospitalized Oklahoma 

842 hospitalized Kansas 

778 hospitalized Oregon 

763 hospitalized Utah 

702 hospitalized Arkansas 

440 hospitalized New Hampshire 

427 hospitalized South Dakota 

272 hospitalized Maine 

240 hospitalized Idaho 

165 hospitalized North Dakota 

85 hospitalized Wyoming 

83 hospitalized Hawaii 

67 hospitalized Montana 

 

Tonight's numbers, for what they're worth.  May 30

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Dated May 29.  "Select areas in California, Wisconsin, Arkansas and more are seeing spikes in cases, and some areas are even reporting the highest numbers they’ve seen since the pandemic hit the U.S. ...

Alabama
Confirmed COVID-19 cases have surged in Alabama, reaching an all-time high this week, nearly two weeks after the state reopened. ... The state has had 400 new cases five times in the past seven days. “We’ve had this week a couple of the highest days we’ve seen in number of cases, and that’s certainly concerning to us,” State health officer Dr. Scott Harris said, according to AL.com. As of Friday afternoon, Alabama had 16,588 confirmed cases of COVID-19.

Arkansas
Arkansas has seen a consistent rise in cases over the past 30 days, according to data from the Arkansas Department of Health. Currently, there are 1,830 active cases of COVID-19 in the state. The infection rate is also steadily climbing and is now at 5.5 percent. ...

California
The state has seen a 25 percent increase in confirmed cases in the past 14 days, according to data tracking website COVID Exit Strategy as of Thursday evening. Sonoma County, which was the first to reopen in the state, has reported 203 new cases of the virus in the past 14 days and doubling its case rate during that time, according to the Los Angeles Times. Similar situations are being seen in other areas of the state, and some public health officials have walked back some previously loosened guidelines, the Times reports. In California, there are 103,886 confirmed cases as of Thursday, according to the California Department of Public Health.

North Carolina
This state has seen a 40 percent increase in cases over the past two weeks, according to COVID Exit Strategy data from Thursday evening. ... the state had some of its highest numbers in COVID-linked hospitalizations and deaths since the pandemic began. As of Friday morning, there are 26,488 laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 cases in the state, according to the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services.

Virginia
Cases of the virus continue to spike in the state... . Data from the New York Times suggests select metropolitan areas in Virginia, such as Roanoke and Charlottesville, are just days away from reaching new highs in cases. There are 40,477 confirmed cases of COVID-19 as of Friday, according to the Virginia Department of Public Health.

Wisconsin
...There are currently 16,974 confirmed cases in the state as of Friday, according to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services. The state just saw its highest single-day increase in confirmed COVID-19 cases and deaths this week, according to data from the New York Times."

 

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1,789,364 US
514,849 Brazil
405,843 Russia
276,156 United Kingdom
239,479 Spain
232,997 Italy
190,609 India
189,009 France
183,410 Germany
164,476 Peru
163,942 Turkey
151,466 Iran
99,688 Chile
92,479 Canada
90,664 Mexico
85,261 Saudi Arabia
84,135 China
69,496 Pakistan
58,381 Belgium
56,910 Qatar
47,153 Bangladesh
46,645 Netherlands
42,556 Belarus
39,098 Ecuador
37,542 Sweden
34,884 Singapore
34,557 United Arab Emirates
32,683 South Africa
32,500 Portugal
30,862 Switzerland
27,219 Colombia
27,043 Kuwait
26,473 Indonesia
24,990 Ireland
24,985 Egypt
23,786 Poland
23,672 Ukraine
19,257 Romania
18,086 Philippines
17,285 Dominican Republic
17,071 Israel
16,851 Argentina
16,751 Japan
16,731 Austria
15,205 Afghanistan
13,463 Panama
11,869 Denmark
11,503 Korea, South
11,437 Oman
11,412 Serbia
11,398 Bahrain
10,858 Kazakhstan
10,162 Nigeria
9,592 Bolivia
9,394 Algeria
9,282 Armenia
9,268 Czechia
8,440 Norway
8,251 Moldova
7,881 Ghana
7,819 Malaysia
7,807 Morocco
7,202 Australia
6,859 Finland
6,439 Iraq
5,904 Cameroon
5,494 Azerbaijan
5,094 Honduras
5,087 Guatemala
5,026 Sudan
4,018 Luxembourg
3,930 Tajikistan
3,876 Hungary
3,706 Guinea
3,645 Senegal
3,623 Uzbekistan
3,354 Djibouti
3,081 Thailand
3,070 Congo (Kinshasa)
2,917 Greece
2,833 Cote d'Ivoire
2,655 Gabon
2,517 El Salvador
2,513 Bulgaria
2,510 Bosnia and Herzegovina
2,246 Croatia
2,226 North Macedonia
2,045 Cuba
1,976 Somalia
1,962 Kenya
1,869 Estonia
1,865 Haiti
1,806 Iceland
1,773 Maldives
1,748 Kyrgyzstan
1,675 Lithuania
1,633 Sri Lanka
1,572 Nepal
1,521 Slovakia
1,510 Venezuela
1,504 New Zealand
1,473 Slovenia
1,306 Equatorial Guinea
1,265 Mali
1,256 Guinea-Bissau
1,220 Lebanon
1,172 Ethiopia
1,137 Albania
1,077 Tunisia
1,066 Latvia
1,064 Kosovo
1,057 Zambia
1,056 Costa Rica
1,011 Central African Republic
994 South Sudan
986 Paraguay
958 Niger
944 Cyprus
861 Sierra Leone
847 Burkina Faso
823 Uruguay
783 Georgia
778 Chad
771 Madagascar
764 Andorra
759 Nicaragua
739 Jordan
712 Diamond Princess
671 San Marino
618 Malta
611 Congo (Brazzaville)
586 Jamaica
530 Mauritania
509 Tanzania
483 Sao Tome and Principe
448 West Bank and Gaza
442 Taiwan*
442 Togo
435 Cabo Verde
417 Uganda
370 Rwanda
335 Mauritius
328 Vietnam
324 Montenegro
323 Yemen
288 Liberia
285 Eswatini
284 Malawi
254 Mozambique
232 Benin
224 Burma
179 Mongolia
178 Zimbabwe
156 Libya
153 Guyana
141 Brunei
125 Cambodia
122 Syria
117 Trinidad and Tobago
106 Comoros
102 Bahamas
99 Monaco
92 Barbados
86 Angola
82 Liechtenstein
63 Burundi
43 Bhutan
39 Eritrea
35 Botswana
26 Antigua and Barbuda
26 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
25 Gambia
24 Namibia
24 Timor-Leste
23 Grenada
23 Suriname
19 Laos
18 Belize
18 Fiji
18 Saint Lucia
16 Dominica
15 Saint Kitts and Nevis
12 Holy See
11 Seychelles
9 MS Zaandam
9 Western Sahara
8 Papua New Guinea
2 Lesotho

 

States reporting the most cases

370,770 New York 

160,445 New Jersey 

120,260 Illinois 

111,807 California 

96,965 Massachusetts 

75,697 Pennsylvania 

64,652 Texas 

57,397 Michigan 

56,163 Florida 

52,778 Maryland 

47,063 Georgia 

44,607 Virginia 

42,201 Connecticut 

39,916 Louisiana 

35,513 Ohio 

34,574 Indiana 

28,785 North Carolina 

26,364 Colorado 

24,850 Minnesota 

22,566 Tennessee 

21,702 Washington 

 

104,358 US deaths

29,784 New York 

11,698 New Jersey 

6,846 Massachusetts 

5,537 Pennsylvania 

5,491 Michigan 

5,390 Illinois 

4,171 California 

3,944 Connecticut 

2,791 Louisiana 

2,532 Maryland 

2,451 Florida 

2,155 Ohio 

2,134 Indiana 

2,053 Georgia 

1,675 Texas 

1,445 Colorado 

1,375 Virginia 

1,118 Washington 

1,050 Minnesota 

937 North Carolina 

907 Arizona 

776 Missouri 

734 Mississippi 

718 Rhode Island 

630 Alabama 

592 Wisconsin 

534 Iowa 

494 South Carolina 

466 District of Columbia 

431 Kentucky 

417 Nevada 

366 Delaware 

364 Tennessee 

356 New Mexico 

334 Oklahoma 

242 New Hampshire 

215 Kansas 

170 Nebraska 

153 Oregon 

136 Puerto Rico 

133 Arkansas 

113 Utah 

89 Maine 

82 Idaho 

75 West Virginia 

62 South Dakota 

61 North Dakota 

55 Vermont 

17 Hawaii 

17 Montana 

16 Wyoming 

10 Alaska 

6 Virgin Islands 

5 Guam 

3 Grand Princess 

 

Cumulative hospitalized numbers

for states that share this data

89,590 New York 

17,197 New Jersey 

12,538 Connecticut 

10,453 Florida 

9,823 Massachusetts 

8,738 Maryland 

7,946 Georgia 

7,326 Virginia 

6,049 Ohio 

5,285 Indiana 

4,333 Colorado 

3,480 Washington 

3,047 Minnesota 

2,998 Arizona 

2,583 Wisconsin 

2,272 Kentucky 

2,272 Mississippi 

1,844 Alabama 

1,750 Tennessee 

1,701 Rhode Island 

1,634 South Carolina 

1,317 New Mexico 

985 Oklahoma 

842 Kansas 

786 Oregon 

775 Utah 

711 Arkansas 

449 New Hampshire 

432 South Dakota 

283 Maine 

242 Idaho 

167 North Dakota 

85 Wyoming 

83 Hawaii 

67 Montana 

 

Numbers from tonight, May 31

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Deaths...Hawaii   DD2 says most of the deaths were tourists who came down with COVID while visiting. 

 

RE:  spikes in cases.......is it too early for the Opening From LockDown to be the cause of these spikes....or not?  Frankly, I've lost all track of the days/weeks lately.  :scratchhead:  Not too unusual for me tho... lol

 

7 hours ago, snapshotmiki said:

Wonder if there will be spikes in cases where the riots are?  They seem not to be social distancing.

 

I wondered that too, Miki!  A lot do seem to be wearing masks.......  :buttercup:   OTOH masks seem to serve two purposes for those indulging in violence....:ph34r:     Wellllll, if folks are going to be shouting, they are spewing out of their mouth and we know a choir singing will spread the virus. 

So good for those who mask and shout peacefully!  They're doing it right. 

 

MtRider  ......but many, many are not doing it right  :behindsofa:   Don't Be There.

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I was looking at a lot of the videos DS1 sent me, and thinking "Don't Be There" over and over.  The old man knocked down by the cop with the shield was one of the very few I unreservedly felt sorry for.  When a phalanx of soldiers is coming down your street saying "get inside," you really probably should get inside, you know?  This was also not the night to be downtown, anywhere, for any loose reason.  Also, the reporters asked for their jobs, and getting into the middle of it means they are going to get their noses bloodied (and, sometimes, worse).  I know rubber bullets are supposed to be fired at the ground to bounce up at people, but that doesn't always happen.  Don't. Be. There.

 

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To say "spikes" in covid cases is designed to continue that fear that is needed to continue the control that the left does not want to surrender.

"Spikes," rather, increases in cases has ALWAYS been known to be expected once people started circulating and interacting again. They are also using the increase in testing that is now being done to further flame the fire. :angry:

The "flu season" is over. The temps are heating up. The covid virus can't survive the heat or the ultra-violet rays of the sunshine. The "experts" are constantly changing their opinions of the survivability of the virus on various surfaces. The cat is out of the bag! 

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Haven't had a chance to read all of these post here on the Corvid yet. But we are now under a mandatory wear a mask when going out in public. so when I went to the store today there were people both adults and children with no mask. I think they said if caught they would be fined.  Not going there with that one. Our rights are being infringed on. But it is for our safety.  I wore mine in the store and still using hand sanitizer. Food Lion had Clorox bleach today, so I bought 2 of them. Still no paper products or much in the cleaning products either. I am going to add paper towels to my Amazon prime grocery for every two month delivery along with the TP I already am getting. Might look around to see what else I could use that I might put on that deal. Seems the more you buy on an auto ship plan the cheaper it is for each item you buy. 

Going to call DH's cousin tomorrow to find out what veggies they are getting in so I can buy a bushel of corn, Roma tomatoes, and some other things that I want to get canned as well as chicken and hamburger. Still got lots of beef that I canned over a year ago. Trying to stay as far away from Wal Mart as I can. It has now been well over 6 months since I was in there last. I am getting to the point I would rather buy from the local folks and keep them in business. Haven't been to BJ's or Sam's club now in about 4 months. Just to far to go when I have to leave DH at home by himself. So trying to either get what I need on line and going to the closest stores to me. Won't let him stay by himself more than an hour at a time. Week ends are easier to get out as my daughter and son in law comes and stays so I can get more done. Daughter is going to Sam's for me next week end. I just need to get a list together for her. Cousin's market is going to deliver the veggies and meat to the house for me so I don't have to leave DH home by himself. So I will be busy canning rather nurses are here or not. That is something I need to do. The price of groceries are going way up. My daughter went for them last week and spent almost $300 on groceries for the same stuff she always buys. Said that the same items she bought every week now is costing her over $100 more. I think this is going to be a sign of the times. Prices on everything is going to skyrocket.

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1,811,370 US
526,447 Brazil
414,328 Russia
277,736 United Kingdom
239,638 Spain
233,197 Italy
198,370 India
189,348 France
183,594 Germany
170,039 Peru
164,769 Turkey
154,445 Iran
105,158 Chile
93,435 Mexico
93,288 Canada
87,142 Saudi Arabia
84,151 China
72,460 Pakistan
58,517 Belgium
58,433 Qatar
49,534 Bangladesh
46,749 Netherlands
43,403 Belarus
39,098 Ecuador
37,814 Sweden
35,292 Singapore
35,192 United Arab Emirates
34,357 South Africa
32,700 Portugal
30,871 Switzerland
29,384 Colombia
27,762 Kuwait
26,940 Indonesia
26,384 Egypt
25,062 Ireland
24,562 Ukraine
24,165 Poland
19,398 Romania
18,638 Philippines
17,572 Dominican Republic
17,415 Argentina
17,169 Israel
16,787 Japan
16,733 Austria
15,750 Afghanistan
13,837 Panama
12,223 Oman
11,899 Denmark
11,871 Bahrain
11,541 Korea, South
11,430 Serbia
11,308 Kazakhstan
10,578 Nigeria
9,982 Bolivia
9,513 Algeria
9,492 Armenia
9,302 Czechia
8,446 Norway
8,360 Moldova
8,070 Ghana
7,857 Malaysia
7,833 Morocco
7,221 Australia
6,885 Finland
6,868 Iraq
6,397 Cameroon
5,662 Azerbaijan
5,362 Honduras
5,336 Guatemala
5,173 Sudan
4,019 Luxembourg
4,013 Tajikistan
3,892 Hungary
3,844 Guinea
3,739 Senegal
3,702 Uzbekistan
3,569 Djibouti
3,195 Congo (Kinshasa)
3,082 Thailand
2,951 Cote d'Ivoire
2,918 Greece
2,655 Gabon
2,582 El Salvador
2,524 Bosnia and Herzegovina
2,519 Bulgaria
2,315 North Macedonia
2,246 Croatia
2,226 Haiti
2,083 Cuba
2,023 Somalia
2,021 Kenya
1,870 Estonia
1,829 Maldives
1,817 Kyrgyzstan
1,811 Nepal
1,806 Iceland
1,678 Lithuania
1,643 Sri Lanka
1,522 Slovakia
1,510 Venezuela
1,504 New Zealand
1,473 Slovenia
1,339 Guinea-Bissau
1,315 Mali
1,306 Equatorial Guinea
1,257 Ethiopia
1,233 Lebanon
1,143 Albania
1,089 Zambia
1,084 Costa Rica
1,084 Tunisia
1,069 Central African Republic
1,066 Latvia
1,064 Kosovo
995 Paraguay
994 South Sudan
958 Niger
949 Cyprus
865 Sierra Leone
847 Burkina Faso
826 Madagascar
825 Uruguay
794 Georgia
790 Chad
765 Andorra
759 Nicaragua
746 Jordan
712 Diamond Princess
671 San Marino
619 Malta
611 Congo (Brazzaville)
588 Mauritania
586 Jamaica
509 Tanzania
484 Sao Tome and Principe
458 Cabo Verde
457 Uganda
449 West Bank and Gaza
443 Taiwan*
443 Togo
377 Rwanda
354 Yemen
336 Malawi
335 Mauritius
328 Vietnam
324 Montenegro
296 Liberia
293 Eswatini
254 Mozambique
243 Benin
228 Burma
203 Zimbabwe
185 Mongolia
168 Libya
153 Guyana
141 Brunei
125 Cambodia
123 Syria
117 Trinidad and Tobago
106 Comoros
102 Bahamas
99 Monaco
92 Barbados
86 Angola
82 Liechtenstein
63 Burundi
44 Suriname
43 Bhutan
39 Eritrea
38 Botswana
26 Antigua and Barbuda
26 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
25 Gambia
25 Namibia
24 Timor-Leste
23 Grenada
19 Laos
18 Belize


18 Fiji
18 Saint Lucia
16 Dominica
15 Saint Kitts and Nevis
12 Holy See
11 Seychelles
9 MS Zaandam
9 Western Sahara
8 Papua New Guinea
2 Lesotho

 

105,165 US deaths attributed 

Tonight's numbers.  It's June 1. 

Hurricane season started today.

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I fell today, possibly reaction from nebulizer treatment. partly?  don't know.  Everyone seems on edge, off balance.

 

 

Please be careful...

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10 hours ago, Ambergris said:

I was looking at a lot of the videos DS1 sent me, and thinking "Don't Be There" over and over.  The old man knocked down by the cop with the shield was one of the very few I unreservedly felt sorry for.  When a phalanx of soldiers is coming down your street saying "get inside," you really probably should get inside, you know?  This was also not the night to be downtown, anywhere, for any loose reason.  Also, the reporters asked for their jobs, and getting into the middle of it means they are going to get their noses bloodied (and, sometimes, worse).  I know rubber bullets are supposed to be fired at the ground to bounce up at people, but that doesn't always happen.  Don't. Be. There.

 

I don’t know Amber...the people who were on their front porch...and got shot for being there...and one of them yelled “Light’em up!” before they shot at them? That scared the bejeezus out of me. There is a curfew...but people are allowed to be on their front porches...they weren’t doing anything except standing there. We are not under martial law...at least not yet....

 

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/11750164/minnesota-national-guard-shoot-paint-own-porch/

 

 

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That incident shocked me too....posted down in the Edge topic.  But also think I'd clear out quick....once I realized they were actually talking to me.  Didn't give those ladies much time to process.  Actually, if I saw them coming, I'd be inside peeking out from behind the curtains!! 

 

I'd hate to think of the power some of those young men were feeling......that leads to bad things.   Pretty much like the bad things the protests are really about.  AND "Light em up"...REALLY?  Do we say Heil Hitler to the brat?

The other feeling among them, especially the inexperienced Nat. Guard, might be fear....."I'll feel better if you aren't staring at my back after I go down the street past you."  :sigh:  

 

At any rate....

2 hours ago, dogmom4 said:

We are not under martial law...at least not yet....

 

:pray:  :pray:  :pray:   that we do NOT get there.  We're under siege and not from the regular protesters.  Tooo many 'extras'  So for me, I'm not gonna be there.....easy cuz I'm in the boonies tho.  But that's a choice I could and did make.  

 

MtRider  .....have encouraged my folks to RE-stock up in case COVID becomes a problem again.  Never hurts to have it....in case of ANYthing.  :shrug: 

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I think we will be under martial law soon.  Sunday they set fire to a building in Virginia Beach that had women and children in it.  Blocked the fire escapes then blocked emergency crews.  The people luckily got out.  They did the same thing in Richmond last night only with a multi-family housing unit.  Blocked the fire escapes, set the fire, then blocked emergency crews.  People finally managed to get out.  Next time, I'm thinking there is going to be a next time, people may not get out.  Burning people alive is not a protest.

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Euphrasyne,  I heard something about that but wasn't sure of where.  Had busy morning taking care of DH. He's not steady on feet this morning. Though I did manage to get him in shower, and dressed. But he wanted to go back and lay down in bed. So now he is asleep but the speech therapist is coming anytime now.  I will let him rest till she gets here. 

 

There have been peaceful protest in the Harborview area. That is getting to close for comfort. Hoping it doesn't turn violent tonight.  Praying for all to be safe.  Going to call market after therapist leaves to order some meat and veggies to can tomorrow. 

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The rector of St John's was tear-gassed, with her relief group, to clear them off the front porch of the church so that 45 could get his photo op. https://www.indcatholicnews.com/news/39715

 

If soldiers are ordering you to "get inside," it is smart to get inside if you do not have the means to meaningfully resist the order.  The people might not have had time to process after "light them up" but they had plenty of time to "get inside."  You have to pick your battles.  If you can't win the battle, Don't. Be.  There.

 

I'm not working today.  Too scattered after falling.  I guess I should have gone to the doctor, but I know all the exercise patterns for post-concussion, and actually I don't think I'm there.

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1,831,730 US
555,383 Brazil
423,186 Russia
279,392 United Kingdom
239,932 Spain
233,515 Italy
207,191 India
188,450 France
183,879 Germany
170,039 Peru
165,555 Turkey
157,562 Iran
108,686 Chile
97,326 Mexico
93,958 Canada
89,011 Saudi Arabia
84,160 China
76,398 Pakistan
60,259 Qatar
58,615 Belgium
52,445 Bangladesh
46,852 Netherlands
44,255 Belarus
40,414 Ecuador
38,589 Sweden
35,836 Singapore
35,812 South Africa
35,788 United Arab Emirates
32,895 Portugal
30,874 Switzerland
30,593 Colombia
28,649 Kuwait
27,549 Indonesia
27,536 Egypt
25,066 Ireland
24,895 Ukraine
24,395 Poland
19,517 Romania
18,997 Philippines
18,319 Argentina
17,752 Dominican Republic
17,285 Israel
16,837 Japan
16,759 Austria
16,509 Afghanistan
13,837 Panama
12,799 Oman
12,311 Bahrain
11,934 Denmark
11,571 Kazakhstan
11,541 Korea, South
11,454 Serbia
10,819 Nigeria
10,531 Bolivia
10,009 Armenia
9,626 Algeria
9,364 Czechia
8,548 Moldova
8,455 Norway
8,297 Ghana
7,877 Malaysia
7,866 Morocco
7,387 Iraq
7,228 Australia
6,887 Finland
6,585 Cameroon
5,935 Azerbaijan
5,362 Honduras
5,336 Guatemala
5,173 Sudan
4,100 Tajikistan
4,020 Luxembourg
3,921 Hungary
3,886 Guinea
3,836 Senegal
3,779 Djibouti
3,760 Uzbekistan
3,326 Congo (Kinshasa)
3,083 Thailand
3,024 Cote d'Ivoire
2,937 Greece
2,803 Gabon
2,653 El Salvador
2,538 Bulgaria
2,535 Bosnia and Herzegovina
2,391 North Macedonia
2,246 Croatia
2,226 Haiti
2,099 Nepal
2,093 Kenya
2,092 Cuba
2,089 Somalia
1,870 Estonia
1,845 Kyrgyzstan
1,841 Maldives
1,819 Venezuela
1,806 Iceland
1,683 Sri Lanka
1,682 Lithuania
1,522 Slovakia
1,504 New Zealand
1,475 Slovenia
1,351 Mali
1,344 Ethiopia
1,339 Guinea-Bissau
1,306 Equatorial Guinea
1,242 Lebanon
1,164 Albania
1,118 Nicaragua
1,105 Costa Rica
1,089 Zambia
1,086 Tunisia
1,071 Latvia
1,069 Central African Republic
1,064 Kosovo
1,013 Paraguay
994 South Sudan
960 Niger
952 Cyprus
896 Sierra Leone
881 Burkina Faso
845 Madagascar
844 Andorra
826 Uruguay
803 Chad
796 Georgia
755 Jordan
712 Diamond Princess
672 San Marino
668 Mauritania
620 Malta
611 Congo (Brazzaville)
588 Jamaica
509 Tanzania
489 Uganda
484 Sao Tome and Principe
466 Cabo Verde
451 West Bank and Gaza
445 Togo
443 Taiwan*
399 Yemen
384 Rwanda
358 Malawi
335 Mauritius
328 Vietnam
324 Montenegro
311 Liberia
307 Mozambique
294 Eswatini
244 Benin
232 Burma
206 Zimbabwe
185 Mongolia
182 Libya
153 Guyana
141 Brunei
132 Comoros
125 Cambodia
123 Syria
117 Trinidad and Tobago
102 Bahamas
99 Monaco
92 Barbados
86 Angola
82 Liechtenstein
63 Burundi
54 Suriname
47 Bhutan
40 Botswana
39 Eritrea
26 Antigua and Barbuda
26 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
25 Gambia
25 Namibia
24 Timor-Leste
23 Grenada
19 Laos
18 Belize
18 Dominica
18 Fiji
18 Saint Lucia
15 Saint Kitts and Nevis
12 Holy See
11 Seychelles
9 MS Zaandam
9 Western Sahara
8 Papua New Guinea
2 Lesotho

 

106,180 US deaths

29,968 deaths, New York 

11,771 deaths, New Jersey 

7,085 deaths, Massachusetts 

5,667 deaths, Pennsylvania 

5,553 deaths, Michigan 

5,525 deaths,  Illinois 

4,305 deaths,  California 

3,972 deaths, Connecticut 

2,835 deaths, Louisiana 

2,597 deaths, Maryland 

2,530 deaths,  Florida 

2,259 deaths,  Ohio 

2,197 deaths, Indiana 

2,102 deaths, Georgia 

1,716 deaths, Texas

1,474 deaths, Colorado 

1,407 deaths, Virginia 

1,129 deaths, Washington

1,082 deaths, Minnesota 

961 deaths, North Carolina

943 deaths, Arizona 

786 deaths, Missouri 

767 deaths, Mississippi 

732 deaths, Rhode Island 

653 deaths, Alabama 

607 deaths, Wisconsin 

561 deaths, Iowa 

501 deaths, South Carolina 

470 deaths, District of Columbia 

442 deaths, Kentucky 

417 deaths, Nevada 

381 deaths, Tennessee 

373 deaths, Delaware 

367 deaths, New Mexico 

339 deaths, Oklahoma 

256 deaths, New Hampshire 

222 deaths, Kansas 

170 deaths, Nebraska 

157 deaths, Oregon 

138 deaths, Puerto Rico 

136 deaths, Arkansas 

113 deaths, Utah 

94 deaths, Maine 

83 deaths, Idaho 

78 deaths, West Virginia 

65 deaths, North Dakota 

62 deaths, South Dakota 

55 deaths, Vermont 

17 deaths, Hawaii 

17 deaths, Montana 

17 deaths, Wyoming 

10 deaths, Alaska 

6 deaths, Virgin Islands 

5 deaths, Guam 

3 deaths,  Grand Princess 

 

Cumulative hospitalizations

where data is available

89,861 New York 

17,390 New Jersey 

13,793 Connecticut 

10,678 Florida 

10,063 Massachusetts 

8,957 Maryland 

8,334 Georgia 

7,373 Virginia 

6,176 Ohio 

5,902 Indiana 

4,372 Colorado 

3,517 Washington 

3,134 Minnesota 

3,057 Arizona 

2,643 Wisconsin 

2,307 Kentucky 

2,296 Mississippi 

1,879 Alabama 

1,792 Tennessee 

1,789 South Carolina 

1,743 Rhode Island 

1,317 New Mexico 

994 Oklahoma 

862 Kansas 

801 Utah 

795 Oregon 

718 Arkansas 

456 New Hampshire 

443 South Dakota 

287 Maine 

247 Idaho 

170 North Dakota 

86 Wyoming 

83 Hawaii 

67 Montana 

 

Tonight's numbers June 2.

 

By the way, has anyone read the theory that Covid is a blood-based disease?  

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What I meant was, it comes a point where it doesn't matter whether you have a right to do it.  It matters whether exercising your right in this red-hot minute is going to get you lit up.  A person has to pick her battles.

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I agree with that, Ambergris.  Live to fight another day....  But as I watched that video, I would not have thot....I did not think that the boys were referring to folks on their porch.  Anyone up close to the street...by their fence/property lines...maybe?  Quite frankly, I wouldn't have ....and didn't think that fast EVEN as I watched the video.  OH....THEY MEAN US....MOVE MOVE MOVE! 

 

[as I said, if I'd have been caught In Town for some reason, I really likely would have been behind the curtains tho]  :hidingsmile:

 

Normacy Bias.  I'm not the problem so I should not HAVE a problem....or be MISTAKEN for a problem.  :gaah:  

 

Sheeesh, I fight that and yet I know isolated and "safe" in my boonies makes me more vulnerable to "NOT catching on quick enough"!

 

We're a bit off topic here....important topic but kinda the wrong thread.  I have a topic ....a story I haven't really wanted to tell/discussion but I think I will.  Something that happened to DH and I with a sheriff's deputy on Mother's day.  Pales in comparison to this week's news but....it made me "itchy".  Along with the Contact Tracing.  Will start another thread in Edge but....gotta go call my mom. 

 

MtRider  :( 

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It is a sad thing that happened to that man. But for rioters to be bused into towns to loot and destroy property of people that have nothing to do with what those officers did. I do have an issue with that. I am ok with peaceful protest and honoring the person that died. Looting,  riots and burning buildings has nothing to do with the issue at hand. That in my book is a dishonor to the family of that man. 

All those people that had business that were looted and burned. They have no insurance to rebuild. Insurance will not cover Wars and riots. So those people are now without jobs to feed their families. And yes some of those people that had businesses destroyed was black. So where is the honor in all that.  Rioters don't care if you are black or white. They are only there to steal and destroy.  And what about that black retired policeman that was shot for trying to protect his business?  Yes now his wife is a widow and will have to deal with what to do with the destruction of that business. 

I see things a bit different than a lot of people. It is just the way I am.  So hope you see where this is going. Not to offend anyone. I just see things in a more Biblical light. 

Also when Trump wanted to go over to the Church they burned,  There was NO tear gas used, nor rubber bullets. It was all media propaganda to make Trump look bad.  Though he really does need to give up his Twitter account. 

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1,851,530 US
584,016 Brazil
431,715 Russia
281,270 United Kingdom
240,326 Spain
233,836 Italy
216,824 India
184,121 Germany
178,914 Peru
166,422 Turkey
160,696 Iran
114,400 France
113,628 Chile
101,238 Mexico
94,619 Canada
91,182 Saudi Arabia
84,159 China
80,463 Pakistan
62,160 Qatar
58,685 Belgium
55,140 Bangladesh
46,939 Netherlands
45,116 Belarus
40,966 Ecuador
40,803 Sweden
37,525 South Africa
36,405 Singapore
36,359 United Arab Emirates
33,261 Portugal
31,935 Colombia
30,893 Switzerland
29,359 Kuwait
28,615 Egypt
28,233 Indonesia
25,385 Ukraine
25,111 Ireland
24,687 Poland
19,748 Philippines
19,669 Romania
19,268 Argentina
18,040 Dominican Republic
17,377 Israel
17,267 Afghanistan
16,867 Japan
16,771 Austria
14,609 Panama
13,537 Oman
12,815 Bahrain
11,971 Denmark
11,796 Kazakhstan
11,629 Korea, South
11,523 Serbia
11,166 Nigeria
10,991 Bolivia
10,524 Armenia
9,733 Algeria
9,438 Czechia
8,795 Moldova
8,548 Ghana
8,477 Norway
8,168 Iraq
7,970 Malaysia
7,922 Morocco
7,240 Australia
6,911 Finland
6,585 Cameroon
6,260 Azerbaijan
5,690 Honduras
5,586 Guatemala
5,499 Sudan
4,191 Tajikistan
4,024 Luxembourg
3,935 Djibouti
3,933 Guinea
3,932 Senegal
3,931 Hungary
3,843 Uzbekistan
3,495 Congo (Kinshasa)
3,110 Cote d'Ivoire
3,084 Thailand
2,937 Greece
2,902 Gabon
2,705 El Salvador
2,560 Bulgaria
2,551 Bosnia and Herzegovina
2,507 Haiti
2,492 North Macedonia
2,300 Nepal
2,246 Croatia
2,216 Kenya
2,146 Somalia
2,107 Cuba
1,880 Estonia
1,871 Kyrgyzstan
1,850 Maldives
1,819 Venezuela
1,806 Iceland
1,735 Sri Lanka
1,684 Lithuania
1,525 Slovakia
1,504 New Zealand
1,486 Ethiopia
1,477 Slovenia
1,386 Mali
1,339 Guinea-Bissau
1,306 Equatorial Guinea
1,256 Lebanon
1,184 Albania
1,173 Central African Republic
1,157 Costa Rica
1,142 Kosovo
1,118 Nicaragua
1,089 Zambia
1,087 Tunisia
1,079 Latvia
1,070 Paraguay
994 South Sudan
961 Niger
958 Cyprus
909 Sierra Leone
908 Madagascar
884 Burkina Faso
851 Andorra
828 Uruguay
820 Chad
800 Georgia
757 Jordan
745 Mauritania
712 Diamond Princess
674 San Marino
622 Malta
611 Congo (Brazzaville)
591 Jamaica
509 Tanzania
507 Uganda
484 Sao Tome and Principe
477 Cabo Verde
457 West Bank and Gaza
452 Togo
443 Taiwan*
419 Yemen
397 Rwanda
369 Malawi
335 Mauritius
328 Vietnam
324 Montenegro
316 Liberia
316 Mozambique
295 Eswatini
244 Benin
233 Burma
222 Zimbabwe
196 Libya
185 Mongolia
153 Guyana
141 Brunei
132 Comoros
125 Cambodia
123 Syria
117 Trinidad and Tobago
102 Bahamas
99 Monaco
92 Barbados
86 Angola
82 Liechtenstein
74 Suriname
63 Burundi
47 Bhutan
40 Botswana
39 Eritrea
26 Antigua and Barbuda
26 Gambia
26 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
25 Namibia
24 Timor-Leste
23 Grenada
19 Laos
18 Belize
18 Dominica
18 Fiji
18 Saint Lucia
15 Saint Kitts and Nevis
12 Holy See
11 Seychelles
9 MS Zaandam
9 Western Sahara
8 Papua New Guinea
4 Lesotho

 

107,148 deaths

30,019 deaths New York 

11,880 deaths, New Jersey 

7,152 deaths,  Massachusetts 

5,742 deaths, Pennsylvania 

5,621 deaths,  Illinois 

5,570 deaths, Michigan 

4,374 deaths,  California 

3,989 deaths, Connecticut 

2,870 deaths Louisiana 

2,641 deaths, Maryland 

2,566 deaths,  Florida 

2,300 deaths,  Ohio 

2,207 deaths, Indiana 

2,123 deaths Georgia 

1,744 deaths, Texas 

1,494 deaths, Colorado 

1,428 deaths, Virginia 

1,135 deaths,  Washington 

1,097 deaths, Minnesota 

 

89,995 hospitalized New York 

17,390 hospitalized New Jersey 

13,793 hospitalized Connecticut 

10,796 hospitalized Florida 

10,151 hospitalized Massachusetts 

9,111 hospitalized Maryland 

8,419 hospitalized Georgia 

7,476 hospitalized Virginia 

6,251 hospitalized Ohio 

5,952 hospitalized Indiana 

4,419 hospitalized Colorado 

3,543 hospitalized Washington 

3,203 hospitalized Minnesota 

3,129 hospitalized Arizona 

2,700 hospitalized Wisconsin 

2,340 hospitalized Mississippi 

2,317 hospitalized Kentucky 

1,900 hospitalized Alabama 

1,829 hospitalized Tennessee 

1,789 hospitalized South Carolina 

1,753 hospitalized Rhode Island 

1,416 hospitalized New Mexico 

1,003 hospitalized Oklahoma 

890 hospitalized Kansas 

851 hospitalized Nebraska 

829 hospitalized Utah 

800 hospitalized Oregon 

731 hospitalized Arkansas 

462 hospitalized New Hampshire 

456 hospitalized South Dakota 

285 hospitalized Maine 

251 hospitalized Idaho 

172 hospitalized North Dakota 

87 hospitalized Wyoming 

83 hospitalized Hawaii 

68 hospitalized Montana 

 

Tonight's numbers June 3

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