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I think it's always been a cumulative number, Jeepers. 

 

India has been climbing up the International ranks.....and they've just endured 2 hurricanes.  One hitting their NW side and now a bad one just missing their major city.  Mumbai?  I keep an eye there cuz we sponsored a couple kids for years thru Compassion International.  I still pray when some thing is hitting near their areas.  I think both hurricanes missed them.  But COVID..... :pray:  for S and S and their families.

 

I'm now tracking the increase for Colorado's cases, hospitalizations, and deaths.....   Bit of a death jump yesterday but otherwise, the increases haven't been much.  We're kinda stable........   But am I waiting for the other shoe to fall....with folks out and about, let alone the close quarters of the protests .....and the riots.  :buttercup:  We'll see.

 

MtRider  ....all one big science experiment, aren't we?  :shrug:  I'm still 'in'. 

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21 hours ago, Jeepers said:

Ambergris, are the stats for the hospitalization the total number that have been hospitalized or the number of people currently hospitalized? 

 

Thanks for posting. 

 

It's supposed to be a cumulative number, which is why the numbers are so stable and only go up--or mostly only go up.  A couple have gone down, in which case I would like to think the state was correcting errors.  There was a day when Hawaii said only one person was currently infected within the state, a tourist, but they have had 83 people hospitalized over time.

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1,872,528 US
584,016 Brazil
440,538 Russia
283,079 United Kingdom
240,660 Spain
234,013 Italy
226,713 India
189,569 France
184,472 Germany
183,198 Peru
167,410 Turkey
164,270 Iran
118,292 Chile
105,680 Mexico
95,268 Canada
93,157 Saudi Arabia
85,264 Pakistan
84,166 China
63,741 Qatar
58,767 Belgium
57,563 Bangladesh
47,148 Netherlands
45,981 Belarus
41,883 Sweden
40,966 Ecuador
40,792 South Africa
37,018 United Arab Emirates
36,922 Singapore
33,592 Portugal
33,466 Colombia
30,913 Switzerland
29,921 Kuwait
29,767 Egypt
28,818 Indonesia
25,981 Ukraine
25,142 Ireland
25,048 Poland
20,382 Philippines
20,197 Argentina
19,907 Romania
18,319 Dominican Republic
18,054 Afghanistan
17,495 Israel
16,911 Japan
16,805 Austria
15,044 Panama
14,316 Oman
13,296 Bahrain
12,067 Kazakhstan
12,011 Denmark
11,638 Bolivia
11,629 Korea, South
11,571 Serbia
11,516 Nigeria
11,221 Armenia
9,831 Algeria
9,494 Czechia
9,018 Moldova
8,885 Ghana
8,840 Iraq
8,504 Norway
8,247 Malaysia
8,003 Morocco
7,247 Australia
6,911 Finland
6,789 Cameroon
6,522 Azerbaijan
5,760 Guatemala
5,714 Sudan
5,690 Honduras
4,289 Tajikistan
4,054 Djibouti
4,027 Luxembourg
4,021 Senegal
3,991 Guinea
3,954 Hungary
3,939 Uzbekistan
3,644 Congo (Kinshasa)
3,262 Cote d'Ivoire
3,101 Thailand
2,955 Gabon
2,952 Greece
2,781 El Salvador
2,640 Haiti
2,634 Nepal
2,611 North Macedonia
2,594 Bosnia and Herzegovina
2,585 Bulgaria
2,340 Kenya
2,247 Croatia
2,204 Somalia
2,119 Cuba
2,087 Venezuela
1,899 Kyrgyzstan
1,890 Estonia
1,872 Maldives
1,806 Iceland
1,797 Sri Lanka
1,687 Lithuania
1,636 Ethiopia
1,526 Slovakia
1,504 New Zealand
1,477 Slovenia
1,461 Mali
1,339 Guinea-Bissau
1,306 Equatorial Guinea
1,306 Lebanon
1,288 Central African Republic
1,197 Albania
1,194 Costa Rica
1,142 Kosovo
1,118 Nicaragua
1,089 Zambia
1,087 Tunisia
1,086 Paraguay
1,082 Latvia
994 South Sudan
963 Niger
958 Cyprus
957 Madagascar
914 Sierra Leone
885 Burkina Faso
852 Andorra
832 Uruguay
828 Chad
801 Georgia
784 Mauritania
765 Jordan
712 Diamond Princess
678 San Marino
622 Malta
611 Congo (Brazzaville)
591 Jamaica
522 Uganda
509 Tanzania
502 Cabo Verde
485 Sao Tome and Principe
465 Togo
464 West Bank and Gaza
453 Yemen
443 Taiwan*
410 Rwanda
393 Malawi
352 Mozambique
335 Mauritius
328 Vietnam
324 Montenegro
321 Liberia
300 Eswatini
261 Benin
237 Zimbabwe
236 Burma
209 Libya
186 Mongolia
153 Guyana
141 Brunei
132 Comoros
125 Cambodia
124 Syria
117 Trinidad and Tobago
102 Bahamas
99 Monaco
92 Barbados
86 Angola
82 Liechtenstein
82 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
19 Saint Lucia
18 Belize
18 Dominica
18 Fiji
15 Saint Kitts and Nevis
12 Holy See
11 Seychelles
9 MS Zaandam
9 Western Sahara
8 Papua New Guinea
4 Lesotho

 

108,208 US deaths:

30,174 deaths, New York 

11,970 deaths, New Jersey 

7,201 deaths,  Massachusetts 

5,832 deaths, Pennsylvania 

5,736 deaths,  Illinois 

5,595 deaths, Michigan 

4,444 deaths, California 

4,007 deaths, Connecticut 

2,883 deaths, Louisiana 

2,668 deaths, Maryland 

2,607 deaths,  Florida 

2,340 deaths,  Ohio 

2,231 deaths, Indiana 

2,149 deaths, Georgia 

1,776 deaths, Texas 

1,512 deaths, Colorado 

1,445 deaths, Virginia 

1,138 deaths, Washington 

1,126 deaths, Minnesota 

1,006 deaths, North Carolina 

999 deaths, Arizona 

795 deaths, Missouri 

794 deaths, Mississippi 

756 deaths, Rhode Island 

653 deaths, Alabama 

626 deaths, Wisconsin 

583 deaths, Iowa 

501 deaths, South Carolina 

475 deaths, District of Columbia 

458 deaths, Kentucky 

429 deaths, Nevada 

401 deaths, Tennessee 

386 deaths, Delaware 

383 deaths, New Mexico 

344 deaths, Oklahoma 

273 deaths, New Hampshire 

227 deaths, Kansas 

187 deaths, Nebraska 

159 deaths, Oregon 

151 deaths, Arkansas 

140 deaths Puerto Rico 

117 deaths, Utah 

95 deaths, Maine 

83 deaths, Idaho 

79 deaths, West Virginia 

66 deaths, North Dakota 

62 deaths, South Dakota 

55 deaths, Vermont 

17 deaths, Hawaii 

17 deaths, Montana 

17 deaths, Wyoming 

16 deaths, Northern Mariana Islands 

10 deaths, Alaska 

6 deaths, Virgin Islands 

5 deaths, Guam

 

Cumulative hospitalization, where that data

is shared:

89,995 New York 

17,604 New Jersey 

10,923 Florida 

10,238 Massachusetts 

9,669 Connecticut 

9,217 Maryland 

8,557 Georgia 

7,550 Virginia 

6,312 Ohio 

5,999 Indiana 

4,443 Colorado 

3,578 Washington 

3,253 Minnesota 

3,195 Arizona 

2,739 Wisconsin 

2,340 Mississippi 

2,332 Kentucky 

1,929 Alabama 

1,855 Tennessee 

1,789 South Carolina 

1,765 Rhode Island 

1,416 New Mexico 

1,014 Oklahoma 

902 Nebraska 

890 Kansas 

850 Utah 

812 Oregon 

757 Arkansas 

468 New Hampshire 

464 South Dakota 

291 Maine 

253 Idaho 

175 North Dakota 

87 Wyoming 

83 Hawaii 

68 Montana 

Not listed:  Alaska, American Samoa, California, Delaware, DC, Guam,  Illinois, Iowa,  Louisiana, Michigan, Missouri, Nevada, North Carolina, Northern Marianas, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, and Texas.

 

States reporting highest testing statistics:

2,293,032 New York 

2,182,671 California 

1,107,043 Florida 

1,038,555 Texas 

982,016 Illinois 

857,729 New Jersey 

624,935 Massachusetts 

608,983 Michigan 

496,331 Georgia

They don't split out the kinds of tests involved (meaning the you-have-it vs the you-had-it).  I can't tell if they are now counting the new CVS self-testing kits, of which I hear there are at least two kinds.

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Since June 1 I'm recording our state's increase daily on Cases, Hospitalizations, Deaths.  Noted this today:

 

Colorado COVID CASES daily increases

June 1 - 200

June 2 - 211

June 3 - 272

June 4 - 300

 

:unsure:    ....ahhh, if I put that on a graph, we'd sure see our daily cases are INCREASING FASTER.  We're high altitude and should have summer increased sunshine  for UV ....but this week has been cloudy.  But our state IS moving out and shops opening. 

 

If these numbers are correct [from our CO State COVID site]  we've increased COVID cases by almost a thousand cases IN FOUR DAYS! 

 

MtRider   :behindsofa:    .....that's not good, is it? 

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1,897,239 US
614,941 Brazil
449,256 Russia
284,734 United Kingdom
240,978 Spain
236,184 India
234,531 Italy
190,180 France
187,400 Peru
184,924 Germany
168,340 Turkey
167,156 Iran
122,499 Chile
110,026 Mexico
95,947 Canada
95,748 Saudi Arabia
89,249 Pakistan
84,177 China
65,495 Qatar
60,391 Bangladesh
58,907 Belgium
47,358 Netherlands
46,868 Belarus
43,434 South Africa
42,939 Sweden
41,575 Ecuador
37,642 United Arab Emirates
37,183 Singapore
35,240 Colombia
33,969 Portugal
31,115 Egypt
30,936 Switzerland
30,644 Kuwait
29,521 Indonesia
26,542 Ukraine
25,410 Poland
25,163 Ireland
21,037 Argentina
20,626 Philippines
20,103 Romania
18,969 Afghanistan
18,708 Dominican Republic
17,562 Israel
16,958 Japan
16,843 Austria
15,463 Panama
15,086 Oman
13,835 Bahrain
12,312 Kazakhstan
12,245 Bolivia
12,075 Denmark
11,844 Nigeria
11,817 Armenia
11,719 Korea, South
11,667 Serbia
9,935 Algeria
9,846 Iraq
9,529 Czechia
9,247 Moldova
9,168 Ghana
8,522 Norway
8,266 Malaysia
8,071 Morocco
7,392 Cameroon
7,251 Australia
6,941 Finland
6,860 Azerbaijan
6,485 Guatemala
5,880 Honduras
5,865 Sudan
4,370 Tajikistan
4,155 Senegal
4,123 Djibouti
4,060 Guinea
4,032 Luxembourg
4,007 Uzbekistan
3,970 Hungary
3,764 Congo (Kinshasa)
3,431 Cote d'Ivoire
3,102 Thailand
3,101 Gabon
2,967 Greece
2,912 Nepal
2,849 El Salvador
2,790 North Macedonia
2,740 Haiti
2,627 Bulgaria
2,606 Bosnia and Herzegovina
2,474 Kenya
2,247 Croatia
2,204 Somalia
2,145 Venezuela
2,133 Cuba
1,936 Kyrgyzstan
1,910 Estonia
1,883 Maldives
1,806 Iceland
1,805 Ethiopia
1,801 Sri Lanka
1,694 Lithuania
1,526 Slovakia
1,504 New Zealand
1,485 Mali
1,479 Slovenia
1,451 Central African Republic
1,339 Guinea-Bissau
1,312 Lebanon
1,306 Equatorial Guinea
1,228 Costa Rica
1,212 Albania
1,142 Kosovo
1,118 Nicaragua
1,089 Zambia
1,087 Paraguay
1,087 Tunisia
1,085 Latvia
994 South Sudan
975 Madagascar
966 Niger
960 Cyprus
929 Sierra Leone
888 Burkina Faso
883 Mauritania
852 Andorra
836 Chad
834 Uruguay
805 Georgia
784 Jordan
712 Diamond Princess
680 San Marino
635 Congo (Brazzaville)
625 Malta
595 Jamaica
557 Uganda
536 Cabo Verde
509 Tanzania
499 Sao Tome and Principe
485 Togo
469 Yemen
464 West Bank and Gaza
443 Taiwan*
420 Rwanda
409 Malawi
354 Mozambique
337 Mauritius
334 Liberia
328 Vietnam
324 Montenegro
305 Eswatini
265 Zimbabwe
261 Benin
239 Libya
236 Burma
191 Mongolia
153 Guyana
141 Brunei
132 Comoros
125 Cambodia
124 Syria
117 Trinidad and Tobago
102 Bahamas
99 Monaco
92 Barbados
90 Suriname
86 Angola
82 Liechtenstein
63 Burundi
48 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 Belize
19 Laos
19 Saint Lucia
18 Dominica
18 Fiji
15 Saint Kitts and Nevis
12 Holy See
11 Seychelles
9 MS Zaandam
9 Western Sahara
8 Papua New Guinea
4 Lesotho

 

109,127 US deaths

30,236 deaths New York 

12,049 deaths New Jersey 

7,235 deaths Massachusetts 

5,898 deaths Pennsylvania 

5,795 deaths Illinois 

5,613 deaths Michigan 

4,529 deaths California 

4,038 deaths Connecticut 

2,912 deaths Louisiana 

2,702 deaths Maryland 

2,660 deaths  Florida 

2,357 deaths Ohio 

2,258 deaths Indiana 

2,174 deaths Georgia 

1,812 deaths Texas 

1,524 deaths Colorado 

1,454 deaths Virginia 

1,159 deaths Minnesota 

1,149 deaths  Washington 

1,015 deaths Arizona 

1,015 deaths North Carolina 

805 deaths Missouri 

803 deaths Mississippi 

772 deaths Rhode Island 

676 deaths Alabama 

633 deaths Wisconsin 

593 deaths Iowa 

539 deaths South Carolina 

479 deaths District of Columbia 

466 deaths Kentucky 

436 deaths Nevada 

408 deaths Tennessee 

388 deaths Delaware 

387 deaths New Mexico 

345 deaths Oklahoma 

273 deaths New Hampshire 

232 deaths Kansas 

187 deaths Nebraska 

161 deaths Oregon 

152 deaths Arkansas 

141 deaths Puerto Rico 

120 deaths Utah 

98 deaths Maine 

84 deaths West Virginia 

83 deaths Idaho 

71 deaths North Dakota 

64 deaths South Dakota 

55 deaths Vermont 

18 deaths Montana 

17 deaths Hawaii 

17 deaths Wyoming 

16 deaths Northern Mariana Islands 

10 deaths Alaska 

6 deaths Virgin Islands 

5 deaths Guam 

 

Cumulative hospitalizations in the states that

share this information

89,995 New York 

17,880 New Jersey 

11,066 Florida 

10,303 Massachusetts 

9,669 Connecticut 

9,346 Maryland 

8,646 Georgia 

7,597 Virginia 

6,385 Ohio 

6,053 Indiana 

4,460 Colorado 

3,615 Washington 

3,289 Minnesota 

3,265 Arizona 

2,791 Wisconsin 

2,475 Mississippi 

2,345 Kentucky 

1,949 Alabama 

1,893 Tennessee 

1,814 South Carolina 

1,775 Rhode Island 

1,416 New Mexico 

1,014 Oklahoma 

917 Kansas 

905 Nebraska 

870 Utah 

819 Oregon 

792 Arkansas 

472 New Hampshire 

467 South Dakota 

293 Maine 

255 Idaho 

180 North Dakota 

90 Wyoming 

83 Hawaii 

68 Montana 

 

Tonight's numbers June 5.

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https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2020/06/covid-19-coronavirus-longterm-symptoms-months/612679/?utm_source=pocket-newtab

 

 

This is a long article.  It is a hard article to read.....for me it was hard.  It's about folks who probably had....or have?? .....COVID-19.   But the affects of the SARS-CoV-2 VIRUS might still be doing strange things to their body functions.  They call themselves Long Haulers....cuz for them, it hasn't ended...so far.  They describe symptoms appearing and disappearing; symptoms getting worse/better/worse/then changing......   :sigh:   It is so much like my journey with MS.  

 

I don't mean the symptoms are the same.  I only mean that I can relate:  no one knowing WHAT you have.  Or WHY you have such an odd presentation.  I certainly relate to waking in the morning and always trying to figure out what functioning you'll have that day.  Then it changes later anyway.  It's hard to plan.  It's very VERY hard to learn that the MAIN adaption for this is .....NOT to plan.  You can have ideas of what you think ...you maybe ...sorta ...MIGHT be able to do the next day.  Or the next hour.  But all is quite subject to change.  :shrug:

 

That, my friends, is the essence of Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis.  In some phases, Relapsing-Remitting MS too.  And other types of brain injury, Malaria, arthritis....  It sounds like the self-named COVID-19 Long Haulers have this same instability in their lives.  :sigh:   I am so very sorry for them.  Worse than in my case with MS.....their instability comes with feeling verrrry rotten.  At least part of the time.  I am fortunate.  Personally my worst feeling is extreme weakness.  The caliber where you are already laying flat....and the weakness makes you strive to get even flatter.  So as to use less energy that you do not have that day...in that moment/hour.  So you don't have so much "spin" in your brain.  Blech, as much as I hate "brain spin", I don't have the symptoms they are describing....and I thank God for that!

 

I've mentioned that DH and I are still enacting the same isolation that we began in mid-March when CO shut down his job.  Actually, I have been 'IN' since March 6.  As the Colorado "opening" began, we just didn't do anything different.  DH goes to stores occasionally.  That's it.  I have a fragile way of life already......and if I got THIS version of COVID.....   :runcirclsmiley2:

 

Is there any hope for these folks who can't get rid of COVID affects?  One theory is that they actually have passed the stage where the virus is in their bodies. 

 

QUOTE from link above:

“Every day you wake up and you might have a different symptom.”

 

It’s not clear why this happens. Akiko Iwasaki, an immunologist at Yale, offers three possibilities. Long-haulers might still harbor infectious virus in some reservoir organ, which is missed by tests that use nasal swabs. Or persistent fragments of viral genes, though not infectious, may still be triggering a violent immune overreaction, as if “you’re reacting to a ghost of a virus,” Iwasaki says. More likely, the virus is gone but the immune system, having been provoked by it, is stuck in a lingering overactive state.

 

It’s hard to distinguish between these hypotheses, because SARS-CoV-2 is new and because the aftermath of viral infections is poorly understood. Many diseases cause long-lasting symptoms, but these might go unnoticed as trends unless epidemics are especially large. “Nearly every single person with Ebola has some long-term chronic complication, from subtle to obviously debilitating,” says Craig Spencer of the Columbia University Medical Center, who caught the virus himself in 2014. Some of those persistent problems had been noted during early Ebola outbreaks, but weren’t widely appreciated until 28,600 people were infected in West Africa from 2013 to 2016.

END QUOTING

 

Like the chicken pox - shingles connection?  No one knows yet.  So personally, it makes me wonder.....  :scratchhead:    Cuz they still only have theories as to WHAT Multiple Sclerosis really is......   Did/does MS begin with a virus of some common childhood illness?  Then for some of us, stays around/moves in?  MS cure doesn't seem to me like it's in the realm of possibility after so many, many years of research - since early 1800's actually.  But I do know this:  I do not want to compound my current issues with COVID virus on top of MS.  

 

MtRider  .....this article rang familiar enough to be freaky to me.  :behindsofa:

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Oh.

This is so familiar.

Some days I can walk from the washing machine end of the house to the other end of the house to make coffee and feed the front porch cat, then come back past the washing machine and feed the chickens outside the side door.

Some days I can only walk the length of the house once without stopping to rest, and it takes more than twice as long to rest as it did to walk that far.  Way more.  The next day I might have a good day again.  Or I might not.

And I think my boss is tired of hearing about it.

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I'm right there with you. My problem is I still remember the days when I was a bundle.of energy all day every day. Some days I just lazy and that hurts my heart about myself. 

 

I went to Subway today. There were two women behind the counter making sandwiches. One was late 20's and the other was 40-ish. Neither one had a mask on! It was appalling. I turned around and walked out. There were other customers in there all with masks on. They must have been awfully hungry. People will not self govern.

 

I read.where Italy is having a resurgence of the virus. :(

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1,919,430 US
645,771 Brazil
458,102 Russia
286,294 United Kingdom
246,622 India
241,310 Spain
234,801 Italy
191,758 Peru
190,759 France
185,450 Germany
169,425 Iran
169,218 Turkey
127,745 Chile
110,026 Mexico
98,869 Saudi Arabia
96,475 Canada
93,983 Pakistan
84,181 China
67,195 Qatar
63,026 Bangladesh
59,072 Belgium
47,751 Belarus
47,541 Netherlands
45,973 South Africa
43,887 Sweden
41,575 Ecuador
38,268 United Arab Emirates
37,527 Singapore
36,759 Colombia
34,351 Portugal
32,612 Egypt
31,131 Kuwait
30,956 Switzerland
30,514 Indonesia
27,101 Ukraine
25,986 Poland
25,183 Ireland
21,340 Philippines
21,037 Argentina
20,290 Romania
19,551 Afghanistan
19,195 Dominican Republic
17,752 Israel
17,000 Japan
16,898 Austria
16,016 Oman
15,463 Panama
14,383 Bahrain
12,728 Bolivia
12,511 Kazakhstan
12,364 Armenia
12,233 Nigeria
12,124 Denmark
11,741 Serbia
11,719 Korea, South
11,098 Iraq
10,050 Algeria
9,567 Czechia
9,511 Moldova
9,462 Ghana
8,531 Norway
8,303 Malaysia
8,151 Morocco
7,599 Cameroon
7,255 Australia
7,239 Azerbaijan
6,964 Finland
6,485 Guatemala
6,081 Sudan
5,971 Honduras
4,453 Tajikistan
4,249 Senegal
4,169 Djibouti
4,117 Guinea
4,094 Uzbekistan
4,035 Luxembourg
3,990 Hungary
3,878 Congo (Kinshasa)
3,557 Cote d'Ivoire
3,235 Nepal
3,104 Thailand
3,101 Gabon
3,072 Haiti
2,980 Greece
2,934 El Salvador
2,915 North Macedonia
2,711 Bulgaria
2,606 Bosnia and Herzegovina
2,600 Kenya
2,289 Somalia
2,247 Croatia
2,173 Cuba
2,145 Venezuela
1,974 Kyrgyzstan
1,934 Ethiopia
1,931 Estonia
1,901 Maldives
1,814 Sri Lanka
1,806 Iceland
1,705 Lithuania
1,570 Central African Republic
1,528 Slovakia
1,523 Mali
1,504 New Zealand
1,484 Slovenia
1,368 Guinea-Bissau
1,320 Lebanon
1,306 Equatorial Guinea
1,263 Costa Rica
1,232 Albania
1,142 Kosovo
1,118 Nicaragua
1,090 Paraguay
1,089 Zambia
1,087 Tunisia
1,086 Latvia
1,026 Madagascar
994 South Sudan
970 Niger
960 Cyprus
947 Mauritania
946 Sierra Leone
888 Burkina Faso
852 Andorra
845 Uruguay
836 Chad
808 Georgia
795 Jordan
712 Diamond Princess
683 Congo (Brazzaville)
680 San Marino
627 Malta
595 Jamaica
593 Uganda
542 Cabo Verde
509 Tanzania
499 Sao Tome and Principe
487 Togo
482 Yemen
464 West Bank and Gaza
443 Taiwan*
431 Rwanda
409 Malawi
409 Mozambique
345 Liberia
337 Mauritius
329 Vietnam
324 Montenegro
322 Eswatini
279 Zimbabwe
261 Benin
256 Libya
240 Burma
193 Mongolia
154 Guyana
141 Brunei
141 Comoros
125 Cambodia
125 Syria
117 Trinidad and Tobago
103 Bahamas
100 Suriname
99 Monaco
92 Barbados
88 Angola
82 Liechtenstein
63 Burundi
48 Bhutan
40 Botswana
39 Eritrea
29 Namibia
26 Antigua and Barbuda
26 Gambia
26 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
24 Timor-Leste
23 Grenada
19 Belize
19 Laos
19 Saint Lucia
18 Dominica
18 Fiji
15 Saint Kitts and Nevis
12 Holy See
11 Seychelles
9 MS Zaandam
9 Western Sahara
8 Papua New Guinea
4 Lesotho

 

109,791 US deaths

States reporting more than 1000 deaths

30,280 New York 

12,106 New Jersey 

7,289 Massachusetts 

5,931 Pennsylvania 

5,864 Illinois 

5,613 Michigan 

4,604 California 

4,055 Connecticut 

2,925 Louisiana 

2,740 Maryland 

2,688 Florida 

2,372 Ohio 

2,292 Indiana 

2,179 Georgia 

1,831 Texas 

1,527 Colorado 

1,461 Virginia 

1,181 Minnesota 

1,153 Washington 

1,043 Arizona 

1,028 North Carolina

 

Cumulative hospitalizations where such data is shared

89,995 New York 

18,023 New Jersey 

11,163 Florida 

10,369 Massachusetts 

9,669 Connecticut 

9,451 Maryland 

8,662 Georgia 

7,553 Virginia 

6,460 Ohio 

6,091 Indiana 

4,472 Colorado 

3,639 Washington 

3,336 Minnesota 

3,320 Arizona 

2,832 Wisconsin 

2,475 Mississippi 

2,361 Kentucky 

1,993 Alabama 

1,923 Tennessee 

1,814 South Carolina 

1,775 Rhode Island 

1,489 New Mexico 

1,026 Oklahoma 

919 Nebraska 

917 Kansas 

890 Utah 

838 Arkansas 

819 Oregon 

487 New Hampshire 

474 South Dakota 

296 Maine 

257 Idaho 

182 North Dakota 

90 Wyoming 

83 Hawaii 

68 Montana 

48 Alaska

 

States reporting over 20,000  Cases:

377,316 New York 

163,893 New Jersey 

128,400 California 

126,890 Illinois 

103,132  Massachusetts 

79,505 Pennsylvania 

74,180 Texas 

62,758 Florida US

58,525 Michigan 

57,482 Maryland 

51,376 Georgia 

49,397 Virginia 

42,486 Louisiana 

38,111 Ohio 

36,997 Indiana 

34,718 North Carolina 

27,834 Colorado 

27,501 Minnesota 

26,177 Tennessee 

25,451 Arizona 

23,442 Washington 

21,438 Iowa 

20,571 Wisconsin 

20,043 Alabama 

 

Compare:

193,061 Moscow Russia

134,565 Sao Paulo Brazil

112,974 Lima Peru

103,194  Metropolitana Chile

90,070  Lombardia Italy

69,562  Madrid Spain

68,135  Hubei China

63,066  Rio de Janeiro Brazil

61,595 Ceara Brazil

59,199 Catalonia Spain

52,624  Quebec Canada

50,960 Para Bracaszil

47,666 Amazonas Brazil

47,389 Bavaria Germany

43,818 Connecticut US

43,478 Moscow Oblast Russia

43,313 Maranhao Brazil

38,524 NordRhein-Westfalen Germany

38,511  Pernambuco Brazil

34,906  Baden-Wurttemberg Germany

29,580 Ciudad de Mexico Mexico

27,894 Emilia-Romagna Italy

30,845 Piemonte Italy

31,620 Ontario Canada

26,419 Bahia Brazil

 

Tonight's numbers, June 6.

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7 hours ago, Ambergris said:

Oh.

This is so familiar.

 

From your descriptions the past couple (?) years, I kinda thot it would be.  Lot of things can put us in this category.  Some things can double up the affect....aging....  :buttercup:      This COVID thing sounds awful tho......let's NOT get that, k? 

 

MtRider  :ph34r:

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I am currently on treatment for lung inflammation/bronchitis that have done a lot of good with the cough and the muscular weakness, but I'm still having trouble learning this new stuff we have to study.  Maybe that's the mental inflexibility that comes with age.  Nothing to do for that except keep trying.  Hit it from different angles.

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You know you're an adolescent at heart when you want to snicker every time you say Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation's acronym out loud:  A claimant is not eligible for puke under this circumstance, but under that circumstance, he can receive the full puke.  There's another acronym that sounds almost exactly like Weeble, and it makes my head wobble.  And I need to get back to studying.

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Maybe that's the mental inflexibility that comes with age.  Nothing to do for that except keep trying.  Hit it from different angles.

 

Sorry to hear about your bronchial issues......I KNOW that well.  I've never quite gotten over my bronchial issues from Jan/Feb.  And COVID makes me hesitant to go see my doc again.  I don't have bronchitis but....it's not 'right' either.  I sound terrible when the cough is happening and voice is more gravel-y.  :sigh:  I may have to make appt. 

 

As for aging and mental inflexibility  ....  :gaah:    I hit that waaaay early but still fight it.  Since I'm not in work force...I needed to insert something else into my life.  Mental challenge and a conscious effort to avoid general boredom is why I began learning Hawai'ian over a year ago.  It's been a delight....and yeah, some frustration.  But I set my expectations low and mean to ENJOY this learning.  I'm benefiting at so many levels.  :happy0203:  

 

MtRider  :pc_coffee:

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1,938,931 US
672,846 Brazil
467,073 Russia
287,621 United Kingdom
257,506 India
241,550 Spain
234,998 Italy
196,515 Peru
191,102 France
185,750 Germany
171,789 Iran
170,132 Turkey
134,150 Chile
117,103 Mexico
101,914 Saudi Arabia
98,943 Pakistan
97,176 Canada
84,187 China
68,790 Qatar
65,769 Bangladesh
59,226 Belgium
48,630 Belarus
48,285 South Africa
47,780 Netherlands
44,730 Sweden
43,120 Ecuador
38,808 United Arab Emirates
38,149 Colombia
37,910 Singapore
34,693 Portugal
34,079 Egypt
31,848 Kuwait
31,186 Indonesia
30,965 Switzerland
27,599 Ukraine
26,561 Poland
25,201 Ireland
22,794 Argentina
21,895 Philippines
20,479 Romania
20,342 Afghanistan
19,600 Dominican Republic
17,863 Israel
17,039 Japan
16,902 Austria
16,882 Oman
16,004 Panama
14,763 Bahrain
13,358 Bolivia
13,130 Armenia
12,694 Kazakhstan
12,486 Nigeria
12,366 Iraq
12,148 Denmark
11,823 Serbia
11,776 Korea, South
10,154 Algeria
9,700 Moldova
9,638 Ghana
9,628 Czechia
8,547 Norway
8,322 Malaysia
8,224 Morocco
7,908 Cameroon
7,553 Azerbaijan
7,260 Australia
6,981 Finland
6,792 Guatemala
6,155 Honduras
6,081 Sudan
4,529 Tajikistan
4,331 Uzbekistan
4,328 Senegal
4,207 Djibouti
4,117 Guinea
4,039 Luxembourg
4,016 Congo (Kinshasa)
4,008 Hungary
3,739 Cote d'Ivoire
3,448 Nepal
3,112 Thailand
3,101 Gabon
3,072 Haiti
3,025 North Macedonia
3,015 El Salvador
2,997 Greece
2,767 Kenya
2,727 Bulgaria
2,606 Bosnia and Herzegovina
2,377 Venezuela
2,334 Somalia
2,247 Croatia
2,191 Cuba
2,020 Ethiopia
2,007 Kyrgyzstan
1,939 Estonia
1,903 Maldives
1,835 Sri Lanka
1,807 Iceland
1,714 Lithuania
1,634 Central African Republic
1,533 Mali
1,528 Slovakia
1,504 New Zealand
1,485 Slovenia
1,368 Guinea-Bissau
1,331 Lebanon
1,318 Costa Rica
1,317 South Sudan
1,306 Equatorial Guinea
1,246 Albania
1,142 Kosovo
1,135 Paraguay
1,118 Nicaragua
1,089 Zambia
1,088 Latvia
1,087 Tunisia
1,052 Madagascar
1,049 Mauritania
973 Niger
969 Sierra Leone
964 Cyprus
889 Burkina Faso
852 Andorra
845 Uruguay
837 Chad
809 Georgia
808 Jordan
712 Diamond Princess
683 Congo (Brazzaville)
680 San Marino
629 Malta
616 Uganda
596 Jamaica
554 Cabo Verde
513 Sao Tome and Principe
509 Tanzania
495 Togo
484 Yemen
472 West Bank and Gaza
443 Taiwan*
439 Rwanda
438 Malawi
424 Mozambique
359 Liberia
337 Mauritius
333 Eswatini
329 Vietnam
324 Montenegro
282 Zimbabwe
261 Benin
256 Libya
242 Burma
193 Mongolia
154 Guyana
141 Brunei
141 Comoros
141 Syria
126 Cambodia
122 Suriname
117 Trinidad and Tobago
103 Bahamas
99 Monaco
92 Barbados
91 Angola
83 Burundi
82 Liechtenstein
48 Bhutan
40 Botswana
39 Eritrea
29 Namibia
27 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
26 Antigua and Barbuda
26 Gambia
24 Timor-Leste
23 Grenada
19 Belize
19 Laos
19 Saint Lucia
18 Dominica
18 Fiji
15 Saint Kitts and Nevis
12 Holy See
11 Seychelles
9 MS Zaandam
9 Western Sahara
8 Papua New Guinea
4 Lesotho

 

Remember, these numbers probably aren't accurate on their own.  These numbers are mainly good to compare against the same entity's numbers from yesterday.

 

 

110,481 US deaths

 

States attributing over 1000 deaths to Covid:

30,374 New York 

12,176 New Jersey 

7,316 Massachusetts 

5,943 Pennsylvania 

5,904 Illinois 

5,895 Michigan 

4,632 California 

4,071 Connecticut 

2,936 Louisiana 

2,749 Maryland 

2,700 Florida 

2,379 Ohio 

2,303 Indiana 

2,180 Georgia 

1,841 Texas 

1,527 Colorado 

1,461 Virginia 

1,197 Minnesota 

1,157 Washington 

1,048 Arizona 

1,032 North Carolina 

 

Cumulative hospitalizations in states that share such data

89,995 New York US

18,050 New Jersey US

11,215 Florida US

10,393 Massachusetts US

9,669 Connecticut US

9,546 Maryland US

8,685 Georgia US

7,724 Virginia US

6,497 Ohio US

6,136 Indiana US

4,480 Colorado US

3,652 Washington US

3,367 Minnesota US

3,352 Arizona US

2,848 Wisconsin US

2,522 Mississippi US

2,361 Kentucky US

2,022 Alabama US

1,932 Tennessee US

1,814 South Carolina US

1,775 Rhode Island US

1,489 New Mexico US

1,026 Oklahoma US

928 Nebraska US

917 Kansas US

900 Utah US

844 Arkansas US

819 Oregon US

487 New Hampshire US

478 South Dakota US

298 Maine US

260 Idaho US

183 North Dakota US

90 Wyoming US

83 Hawaii US

69 Montana US

 

Tonight's figures June 7

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:sigh:   .....remember when Yemen was '1' for the longest time?   Now:  484 Yemen 

 

:sigh:  ....  1,938,931 US   That's almost 2 million cases......110,481 US deaths .......  

 

 

Colorado has had a couple better days.  Cases going up but not as many.  No deaths today and only 5 additional COVID hospitalizations over yesterday. 

 

[taking into account that all stats are "estimates, guesses and attempts at accuracy"]

 

MtRider  :pray: 

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I really expected to see two million tonight.

 

1,956,499 US
691,758 Brazil
476,043 Russia
288,834 United Kingdom
265,928 India
241,717 Spain
235,278 Italy
199,696 Peru
191,313 France
186,109 Germany
173,832 Iran
171,121 Turkey
138,846 Chile
117,103 Mexico
105,283 Saudi Arabia
103,671 Pakistan
97,498 Canada
84,192 China
70,158 Qatar
68,504 Bangladesh
59,348 Belgium
50,879 South Africa
49,453 Belarus
47,945 Netherlands
45,133 Sweden
43,378 Ecuador
39,376 United Arab Emirates
39,364 Colombia
38,296 Singapore
35,444 Egypt
34,885 Portugal
32,510 Kuwait
32,033 Indonesia
30,972 Switzerland
28,077 Ukraine
27,160 Poland
25,207 Ireland
22,794 Argentina
22,474 Philippines
20,917 Afghanistan
20,604 Romania
20,126 Dominican Republic
18,032 Israel
17,486 Oman
17,060 Japan
16,968 Austria
16,425 Panama
15,417 Bahrain
13,643 Bolivia
13,481 Iraq
13,325 Armenia
12,859 Kazakhstan
12,486 Nigeria
12,162 Denmark
11,896 Serbia
11,814 Korea, South
10,265 Algeria
9,910 Ghana
9,807 Moldova
9,670 Czechia
8,561 Norway
8,329 Malaysia
8,302 Morocco
8,060 Cameroon
7,876 Azerbaijan
7,265 Australia
7,055 Guatemala
7,001 Finland
6,327 Honduras
6,081 Sudan
4,609 Tajikistan
4,440 Uzbekistan
4,427 Senegal
4,278 Djibouti
4,216 Guinea
4,106 Congo (Kinshasa)
4,040 Luxembourg
4,014 Hungary
3,881 Cote d'Ivoire
3,762 Nepal
3,334 Haiti
3,152 North Macedonia
3,119 Thailand
3,104 El Salvador
3,101 Gabon
3,049 Greece
2,872 Kenya
2,727 Bulgaria
2,704 Bosnia and Herzegovina
2,377 Venezuela
2,368 Somalia
2,247 Croatia
2,200 Cuba
2,156 Ethiopia
2,032 Kyrgyzstan
1,940 Estonia
1,916 Maldives
1,857 Sri Lanka
1,850 Central African Republic
1,807 Iceland
1,720 Lithuania
1,604 South Sudan
1,547 Mali
1,530 Slovakia
1,504 New Zealand
1,485 Slovenia
1,368 Guinea-Bissau
1,350 Lebanon
1,342 Costa Rica
1,306 Equatorial Guinea
1,263 Albania
1,263 Kosovo
1,200 Zambia
1,145 Paraguay
1,118 Nicaragua
1,104 Mauritania
1,094 Madagascar
1,088 Latvia
1,087 Tunisia
1,001 Sierra Leone
973 Niger
970 Cyprus
890 Burkina Faso
852 Andorra
845 Uruguay
839 Chad
831 Jordan
812 Georgia
712 Diamond Princess
687 San Marino
683 Congo (Brazzaville)
646 Uganda
630 Malta
598 Jamaica
567 Cabo Verde
513 Sao Tome and Principe
509 Tanzania
497 Togo
496 Yemen
473 West Bank and Gaza
451 Rwanda
443 Malawi
443 Taiwan*
433 Mozambique
370 Liberia
340 Eswatini
337 Mauritius
332 Vietnam
324 Montenegro
288 Benin
287 Zimbabwe
270 Libya
244 Burma
194 Mongolia
154 Guyana
144 Syria
141 Brunei
141 Comoros
128 Suriname
126 Cambodia
117 Trinidad and Tobago
103 Bahamas
99 Monaco
92 Angola
92 Barbados
83 Burundi
82 Liechtenstein
59 Bhutan
42 Botswana
39 Eritrea
31 Namibia
28 Gambia
27 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
26 Antigua and Barbuda
24 Timor-Leste
23 Grenada
19 Belize
19 Laos
19 Saint Lucia
18 Dominica
18 Fiji
15 Saint Kitts and Nevis
12 Holy See
11 Seychelles
9 MS Zaandam
9 Western Sahara
8 Papua New Guinea
4 Lesotho

 

110,990 US deaths, mostly in

30,417 New York 

12,214 Jersey 

7,353 Massachusetts 

5,953 Pennsylvania 

5,924 Illinois 

5,895 Michigan 

4,641 California 

4,084 Connecticut 

2,944 Louisiana 

2,776 Maryland 

2,712 Florida 

2,406 Ohio 

2,316 Indiana 

2,209 Georgia 

1,844 Texas 

1,527 Colorado 

1,477 Virginia 

1,208 Minnesota 

1,157 Washington 

1,053 Arizona 

1,041 North Carolina 

 

Cumulative hospitalizations in states that share this info

89,995 New York 

18,050 New Jersey 

11,282 Florida 

10,425 Massachusetts 

9,669 Connecticut 

9,629 hospitalized

Maryland US

8,746 Georgia 

7,730 Virginia 

6,550 Ohio 

6,179 Indiana 

4,485 Colorado 

3,669 Washington 

3,401 Minnesota 

3,377 Arizona 

2,860 Wisconsin 

2,535 Mississippi 

2,368 Kentucky 

2,054 Alabama 

1,948 Tennessee 

1,814 South Carolina 

1,807 Rhode Island 

1,533 New Mexico 

1,039 Oklahoma 

936 Kansas 

935 Nebraska 

918 Utah 

844 Arkansas 

843 Oregon 

489 New Hampshire 

482 South Dakota 

301 Maine 

260 Idaho 

184 North Dakota 

91 Wyoming 

84 Hawaii 

69 Montana 

 

Tonight's numbers June 8.

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The US is still counting under two million cases.  Yesterday I found this interesting. Today I find it less interesting than a sign that the magic number has been saved to some other news day.

 

1,973,803 US
707,412 Brazil
484,630 Russia
290,576 United Kingdom
276,146 India
241,966 Spain
235,561 Italy
199,696 Peru
191,522 France
186,506 Germany
175,927 Iran
172,114 Turkey
142,759 Chile
120,102 Mexico
108,571 Saudi Arabia
108,317 Pakistan
98,026 Canada
84,195 China
71,879 Qatar
71,675 Bangladesh
59,437 Belgium
52,991 South Africa
50,265 Belarus
48,109 Netherlands
45,924 Sweden
43,917 Ecuador
40,847 Colombia
39,904 United Arab Emirates
38,514 Singapore
36,829 Egypt
35,306 Portugal
33,140 Kuwait
33,076 Indonesia
30,988 Switzerland
28,479 Ukraine
27,560 Poland
25,215 Ireland
23,620 Argentina
22,992 Philippines
21,459 Afghanistan
20,749 Romania
20,415 Dominican Republic
18,198 Oman
18,180 Israel
17,111 Japan
16,979 Austria
16,854 Panama
15,731 Bahrain
14,268 Iraq
13,949 Bolivia
13,675 Armenia
13,074 Kazakhstan
12,801 Nigeria
12,201 Denmark
11,965 Serbia
11,852 Korea, South
10,382 Algeria
10,025 Moldova
9,910 Ghana
9,728 Czechia
8,567 Norway
8,437 Morocco
8,336 Malaysia
8,312 Cameroon
8,191 Azerbaijan
7,502 Guatemala
7,267 Australia
7,025 Finland
6,450 Honduras
6,242 Sudan
4,690 Tajikistan
4,520 Uzbekistan
4,516 Senegal
4,331 Djibouti
4,259 Congo (Kinshasa)
4,258 Guinea
4,086 Nepal
4,046 Luxembourg
4,017 Hungary
3,995 Cote d'Ivoire
3,538 Haiti
3,247 Gabon
3,239 North Macedonia
3,191 El Salvador
3,121 Thailand
3,058 Greece
2,989 Kenya
2,810 Bulgaria
2,728 Bosnia and Herzegovina
2,473 Venezuela
2,416 Somalia
2,336 Ethiopia
2,247 Croatia
2,205 Cuba
2,055 Kyrgyzstan
1,947 Estonia
1,942 Maldives
1,859 Sri Lanka
1,850 Central African Republic
1,807 Iceland
1,727 Lithuania
1,604 South Sudan
1,586 Mali
1,531 Slovakia
1,504 New Zealand
1,486 Slovenia
1,389 Guinea-Bissau
1,375 Costa Rica
1,368 Lebanon
1,306 Equatorial Guinea
1,299 Albania
1,263 Kosovo
1,200 Zambia
1,187 Paraguay
1,162 Mauritania
1,138 Madagascar
1,118 Nicaragua
1,089 Latvia
1,087 Tunisia
1,025 Sierra Leone
973 Niger
972 Cyprus
891 Burkina Faso
852 Andorra
845 Jordan
845 Uruguay
844 Chad
818 Georgia
712 Diamond Princess
688 San Marino
683 Congo (Brazzaville)
657 Uganda
632 Malta
599 Jamaica
585 Cabo Verde
514 Sao Tome and Principe
509 Tanzania
501 Togo
496 Yemen
481 West Bank and Gaza
463 Rwanda
455 Malawi
453 Mozambique
443 Taiwan*
383 Liberia
371 Eswatini
337 Mauritius
332 Libya
332 Vietnam
324 Montenegro
314 Zimbabwe
305 Benin
246 Burma
194 Mongolia
154 Guyana
146 Syria
141 Brunei
141 Comoros
133 Suriname
126 Cambodia
117 Trinidad and Tobago
103 Bahamas
99 Monaco
96 Angola
92 Barbados
83 Burundi
82 Liechtenstein
59 Bhutan
42 Botswana
39 Eritrea
31 Namibia
28 Gambia
27 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
26 Antigua and Barbuda
24 Timor-Leste
23 Grenada
19 Belize
19 Laos
19 Saint Lucia
18 Dominica
18 Fiji
15 Saint Kitts and Nevis
12 Holy See
11 Seychelles
9 MS Zaandam
9 Western Sahara
8 Papua New Guinea
4 Lesotho

 

States reporting over 20,000 cases:

379,482 New York 

164,796  New Jersey 

134,804 California 

129,212 Illinois 

103,889 Massachusetts

80,870 Pennsylvania 

77,832 Texas 

66,000 Florida 

64,701 Michigan

58,904 Maryland 

53,249 Georgia 

51,738 Virginia 

44,179 Connecticut 

43,612 Louisiana 

39,162 Ohio 

38,033 Indiana 

37,227 North Carolina 

28,523 Minnesota 

28,333 Colorado 

28,296 Arizona 

27,659 Tennessee 

24,354 Washington 

22,240 Iowa 

21,422 Alabama 

21,308 Wisconsin 

 

111,286 US deaths

Reported by state, territory, district, or ship:

30,458 New York US

12,303 New Jersey US

7,408 Massachusetts US

6,018 Illinois US

6,014 Pennsylvania US

5,912 Michigan US

4,681 California US

4,097 Connecticut US

2,957 Louisiana US

2,811 Maryland US

2,765 Florida US

2,423 Ohio US

2,339 Indiana US

2,285 Georgia US

1,860 Texas US

1,553 Colorado US

1,496 Virginia US

1,228 Minnesota US

1,176 Washington US

1,076 Arizona US

1,068 North Carolina US

847 Mississippi US

842 Missouri US

808 Rhode Island US

729 Alabama US

661 Wisconsin US

623 Iowa US

568 South Carolina US

495 District of Columbia US

477 Kentucky US

445 Nevada US

434 Tennessee US

410 Delaware US

404 New Mexico US

353 Oklahoma US

286 New Hampshire US

237 Kansas US

189 Nebraska US

169 Oregon US

161 Arkansas US

142 Puerto Rico US

127 Utah US

100 Maine US

84 West Virginia US

83 Idaho US

72 North Dakota US

68 South Dakota US

55 Vermont US

18 Montana US

17 Hawaii US

17 Wyoming US

11 Alaska US

6 Virgin Islands US

5 Guam US

3 Grand Princess US

I don't find the US military data.

 

Cumulative hospitalization numbers in states that report this:

89,995 New York 

18,069 New Jersey 

11,460 Florida 

10,507 Massachusetts 

9,676 Maryland 

9,669 Connecticut 

8,872 Georgia 

7,846 Virginia 

6,620 Ohio 

6,225 Indiana 

4,859 Colorado 

3,699 Washington 

3,441 Minnesota 

3,406 Arizona 

2,904 Wisconsin 

2,535 Mississippi 

2,386 Kentucky 

2,087 Alabama 

1,974 Tennessee 

1,898 South Carolina 

1,815 Rhode Island 

1,558 New Mexico 

1,061 Oklahoma 

967 Nebraska 

936 Kansas 

931 Utah 

865 Arkansas 

851 Oregon 

492 New Hampshire 

487 South Dakota 

302 Maine 

260 Idaho 

189 North Dakota 

91 Wyoming 

84 Hawaii 

72 Montana 

 

Tonight's numbers, June 9.

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re

Coronavirus projections converge amid concerns about a pandemic resurgence

 
 
Alan Boyle
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This chart shows the daily COVID-19 death count in the U.S. as a dark red line, with the rolling average as a dotted line, up to the present. Looking ahead, the projection from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation calls for a steady decline (light red dotted line), while the projection from data scientist Youyang Gu calls for a slight increase in daily deaths (dark red dotted line). Both projections see the rate largely stabilizing in August. IHME’s model calls for a plateau at about 550 deaths per day, while Youyang Gu’s model builds to a peak of more than 900 daily deaths. (IHME / COVID19-projections. com)
This chart shows the daily COVID-19 death count in the U.S. as a dark red line, with the rolling average as a dotted line, up to the present. Looking ahead, the projection from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation calls for a steady decline (light red dotted line), while the projection from data scientist Youyang Gu calls for a slight increase in daily deaths (dark red dotted line). Both projections see the rate largely stabilizing in August. IHME’s model calls for a plateau at about 550 deaths per day, while Youyang Gu’s model builds to a peak of more than 900 daily deaths. (IHME / COVID19-projections. com) More

Dueling projections for the course of the COVID-19 pandemic are converging on a narrower range of estimates for this summer, as expected, but the longer-term outlook doesn’t call for coronavirus infections to fade away quickly.

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Arizona calls for emergency plan as COVID-19 spikes after reopening
June 9, 2020, 9:02 PM EDT
By Andrew Hay

(Reuters) - Arizona again told hospitals to activate the coronavirus emergency plans after cases spiked following reopening, turning it into a U.S. virus hotspot along with neighboring Southwest states.

The state's stay-at-home order ended on May 15, and its cases have increased 115 percent since then, leading a former state health chief to warn Arizona may need new social distancing measures or field hospitals.

State health director Cara Christ on Saturday told hospitals to "fully activate" emergency plans - a message she last sent on March 25 - after Arizona's largest medical network Banner Health warned it was reaching its capacity in intensive care unit beds.

"Since May 15, ventilated COVID-19 patients have quadrupled," Banner Health tweeted on Monday, adding it had hit capacity for some patients needing cardiac and respiratory care.

The alert came after Arizona, New Mexico and Utah each posted rises of 40% or higher in new cases for the week ended June 7 compared with the prior seven days, joining hotpots in the South like Florida and Arkansas, according to a Reuters analysis.

University of Washington researchers estimated on Monday 145,728 people could die of COVID-19 in the United States by August, raising their forecast by over 5,000 fatalities in a matter of days.

In Arizona, a "cavalier" exit from the state's successful stay-at-home program caused the sudden case surge, said former state health chief Will Humble.

Humble said Governor Doug Ducey let Arizonans voluntarily follow Centers for Disease Control guidance but must now impose measures like mandatory face mask use inside public spaces. A failure to do so will leave Ducey with two drastic choices, he added.

"He's going to have to either A) implement a field hospital plan, B ) do another stay-at-home order, or C) both," said Humble, head of health professionals organization the Arizona Public Health Association.

Ducey last week told a press briefing that the increase in cases was to be expected due to a rise in testing.

(Reporting by Andrew Hay in Taos, New Mexico; Editing by Bill Tarrant and Aurora Ellis)

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Second U.S. Virus Wave Emerges With Texas Hitting Record
Emma Court and David R. Baker
BloombergJune 10, 2020, 6:05 PM EDT
(Bloomberg) -- Texas on Wednesday reported 2,504 new coronavirus cases, the highest one-day total since the pandemic emerged.

A month into its reopening, Florida this week reported 8,553 new cases -- the most of any seven-day period.

California’s hospitalizations are at their highest since May 13 and have risen in nine of the past 10 days.

A fresh onslaught of the novel coronavirus is bringing challenges for residents and the economy in pockets across the U.S. The localized surges have raised alarms among experts even as they’re masked by the nation’s overall case count, which early this week rose just under 1%, the smallest increase since March.

“There is a new wave coming in parts of the country,” said Eric Toner, a senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. “It’s small and it’s distant so far, but it’s coming.”

Though the outbreaks come weeks into state reopenings, it’s not clear that they’re linked to increased economic activity. And health experts say it’s still too soon to tell whether the massive protests against police brutality that have erupted in the past two weeks have led to more infections.

In Georgia, where hair salons, tattoo parlors and gyms have been operating for a month and a half, case numbers have plateaued, flummoxing experts.

Puzzling differences show up even within states. In California, which imposed a stay-at-home order in late March, San Francisco saw zero cases for three consecutive days this week, while Los Angeles County reported well over half of the state’s new cases. The White House Coronavirus Task Force has yet to see any relationship between reopening and increased cases of Covid-19, Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Stephen Hahn said on a podcast.

But in some states, rising numbers outpace increases in testing, raising concerns about whether the virus can be controlled. It will take a couple of weeks to know, Toner said, but by then “it’s going to be pretty late” to respond.

QuickTake: Where Are We in Quest for Coronavirus Drugs, Vaccine?

Since the pandemic initially swept the U.S. starting early this year, almost 2 million people have been infected and more than 110,000 have died.

After a national shutdown that arrested the spread, rising illness had been expected as restrictions loosened. The trend has been observed across 22 states in recent weeks, though many increases are steady but slow.

In New York, the state hardest hit by Covid-19, Governor Andrew Cuomo only recently started reopening by region. New York City, the epicenter, began the first of four phases Monday.

“We know as a fact that reopening other states, we’re seeing significant problems,” Cuomo said Tuesday. “Just because you reopen does not mean you will have a spike, but if you are not smart, you can have a spike.”

Experts see evidence of a second wave building in Arizona, Texas, Florida and California. Arizona “sticks out like a sore thumb in terms of a major problem,” said Jeffrey Morris, director of the division of biostatistics at University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine.

Arizona Spike

Arizona’s daily tally of new cases has abruptly spiked in the last two weeks, hitting an all-time high of 1,187 on June 2.

This week, its Department of Health Services urged hospitals to activate emergency plans. Director Cara Christ, told a Phoenix television station that she was concerned about the rising case count and percentage of people tested who are found to be positive.

Valleywise Health, the public hospital system in Phoenix, has seen an increase in Covid-19 cases during the past two weeks. It’s expanded its intensive-care capacity and those beds are 87% full, about half with Covid patients, according to Michael White, the chief medical officer.

White said Valleywise has adequate protective gear for staff, but hospitals aren’t getting their entire orders. A surge in Covid cases could put that supply under stress, he said.

The increase in transmission follows steps to resume business and public life.

“Within Phoenix, we’ve been more relaxed than I’ve seen in some of the other parts of the country,” White said, with some people disregarding advice to wear masks and maintain six feet of distance from others. “People are coming together in environments where social distancing is challenging.”

Texas on Wednesday reported a 4.7% jump in hospitalizations to 2,153, the fourth consecutive daily increase. The latest figures showing an escalation came as Governor Greg Abbott tweeted a public service announcement featuring baseball legend Nolan Ryan urging Texans to wash their hands and to not be “a knucklehead.”

Abbott was criticized for an aggressive reopening last month. Mobile-phone data show activity by residents is rebounding toward pre-Covid levels, according to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s PolicyLab.

That could reflect a perception that the virus wasn’t “ever a big threat,” said Morris, who recently moved to Philadelphia after 20 years in Houston.

Florida’s health department said in a statement that it attributes the increase in cases to “greatly expanded efforts in testing,” and noted that overall positivity rates remain low, at about 5.5%.

Bucking the trend is Georgia, which was the first U.S. state to reopen. Covid cases there have plateaued. Despite local outbreaks in the state, “their sea levels did not rise,” said David Rubin, director of the PolicyLab, which has been modeling the virus’ spread. “They’ve kind of held this fragile equilibrium.”

Creeping In

California was the earliest state to shut down its economy over the coronavirus, after one of the nation’s first outbreaks in the San Francisco Bay Area. It has been slower than most to reopen.

Even so, the state has also seen the number of people hospitalized with Covid-19 rebound in the past two weeks, as commerce accelerates. Case counts are climbing too, although officials attribute that to increased testing and say it’s a sign of preparation.

In part, rising numbers represent the virus spreading into places that largely avoided the first round of infections, including rural Imperial County in California’s southeastern desert. Yet the contagion remains present in places that bore the brunt of the first wave, including Los Angeles County. Hospitalizations there are lower than at the start of May, but deaths remain stubbornly high, with 500 in the past week alone.

Barbara Ferrer, Los Angeles County public health director, said the region has likely not seen the end of the first wave. And despite concerns about infections coming out of mass demonstrations in the sprawling city, she thinks the reopening of the economy will have a bigger impact.

“We’re not at the tail end of anything,” Ferrer said. “We never had a huge peak. We’ve kind of been within this band. We’re not in decline, we’re kind of holding our own in ways that protect the health-care system.” But, she added, “go to Venice and see the crowds, and you’ll understand why I have concerns.”

Another Onslaught

The U.S. has long been bracing for another wave, but future outbreaks are likely to take a different shape. Social distancing and mask-wearing, as well as careful behavior by individuals, are likely to have staying power even as economies reopen.

Experts are steeling for autumn, when changes in weather and back-to-school plans could have damaging repercussions.

“The second wave isn’t going to mirror the first wave exactly,” said Lance Waller, a professor at Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health in Atlanta. “It’s not snapping back to exactly the same thing as before, because we’re not exactly the way we were before.”

Daniel Lucey, a fellow at the Infectious Diseases Society of America, compared the virus’ new paradigm with a day at the beach: The U.S. has been bracing for another “high tide” like the one that engulfed New York City. Today is a low tide, but “the waves are always coming in.”

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Still not two million. Hm.

 

1,999,392 US
772,416 Brazil
493,023 Russia
291,588 United Kingdom
276,583 India
242,280 Spain
235,763 Italy
207,794 Peru
192,068 France
186,522 Germany
177,938 Iran
173,036 Turkey
148,456 Chile
129,184 Mexico
113,702 Pakistan
112,288 Saudi Arabia
98,720 Canada
84,199 China
74,865 Bangladesh
73,595 Qatar
59,569 Belgium
55,421 South Africa
51,066 Belarus
48,294 Netherlands
46,814 Sweden
44,440 Ecuador
42,206 Colombia
40,507 United Arab Emirates
38,965 Singapore
38,284 Egypt
35,600 Portugal
34,316 Indonesia
33,823 Kuwait
31,011 Switzerland
29,015 Ukraine
27,842 Poland
25,987 Argentina
25,231 Ireland
23,732 Philippines
22,142 Afghanistan
20,945 Romania
20,808 Dominican Republic
18,887 Oman
18,355 Israel
17,889 Panama
17,146 Japan
17,005 Austria
16,200 Bahrain
15,414 Iraq
14,644 Bolivia
14,103 Armenia
13,873 Nigeria
13,319 Kazakhstan
12,216 Denmark
12,031 Serbia
11,902 Korea, South
10,484 Algeria
10,321 Moldova
10,201 Ghana
9,824 Czechia
8,681 Cameroon
8,594 Norway
8,530 Azerbaijan
8,508 Morocco
8,338 Malaysia
7,866 Guatemala
7,277 Australia
7,040 Finland
6,935 Honduras
6,582 Sudan
4,763 Tajikistan
4,640 Senegal
4,623 Uzbekistan
4,390 Congo (Kinshasa)
4,373 Djibouti
4,364 Nepal
4,258 Guinea
4,181 Cote d'Ivoire
4,049 Luxembourg
4,027 Hungary
3,662 Haiti
3,364 North Macedonia
3,294 Gabon
3,274 El Salvador
3,125 Thailand
3,094 Kenya
3,068 Greece
2,993 Bulgaria
2,775 Bosnia and Herzegovina
2,632 Venezuela
2,506 Ethiopia
2,452 Somalia
2,249 Croatia
2,211 Cuba
2,093 Kyrgyzstan
1,962 Maldives
1,958 Estonia
1,888 Central African Republic
1,869 Sri Lanka
1,807 Iceland
1,733 Lithuania
1,667 Mali
1,604 South Sudan
1,533 Slovakia
1,504 New Zealand
1,488 Slovenia
1,464 Nicaragua
1,461 Costa Rica
1,389 Guinea-Bissau
1,388 Lebanon
1,341 Albania
1,306 Equatorial Guinea
1,298 Kosovo
1,283 Mauritania
1,202 Paraguay
1,200 Zambia
1,162 Madagascar
1,092 Latvia
1,087 Tunisia
1,062 Sierra Leone
974 Cyprus
974 Niger
891 Burkina Faso
863 Jordan
852 Andorra
847 Uruguay
846 Chad
827 Georgia
728 Congo (Brazzaville)
712 Diamond Princess
691 San Marino
665 Uganda
635 Malta
615 Cabo Verde
611 Sao Tome and Principe
605 Jamaica
560 Yemen
522 Togo
509 Tanzania
485 West Bank and Gaza
476 Rwanda
472 Mozambique
455 Malawi
443 Taiwan*
398 Eswatini
397 Liberia
378 Libya
337 Mauritius
332 Vietnam
324 Montenegro
320 Zimbabwe
305 Benin
248 Burma
194 Mongolia
162 Comoros
156 Guyana
152 Syria
144 Suriname
141 Brunei
126 Cambodia
117 Trinidad and Tobago
113 Angola
103 Bahamas
99 Monaco
96 Barbados
83 Burundi
82 Liechtenstein
59 Bhutan
48 Botswana
41 Eritrea
31 Namibia
28 Gambia
27 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
26 Antigua and Barbuda
24 Timor-Leste
23 Grenada
20 Belize
19 Laos
19 Saint Lucia
18 Dominica
18 Fiji
15 Saint Kitts and Nevis
12 Holy See
11 Seychelles
9 MS Zaandam
9 Western Sahara
8 Papua New Guinea
4 Lesotho

 

States reporting over 20,000 confirmed cases:

380,156 New York 

165,346 New Jersey 

139,151 California 

129,837 Illinois 

104,156 Massachusetts 

81,316 Pennsylvania 

80,611 Texas 

67,371 Florida 

65,182  Michigan

59,465 Maryland 

53,984 Georgia 

52,177 Virginia 

44,347 Connecticut 

44,030 Louisiana 

39,575 Ohio 

38,473 North Carolina 

38,337 Indiana 

29,852 Arizona 

28,869 Minnesota 

28,333 Colorado 

27,930 Tennessee 

24,354 Washington 

22,551 Iowa 

21,989 Alabama 

21,593 Wisconsin 

 

 

112,878 US deaths attributed to corona virus

Mostly in
30,542 New York 

12,377 New Jersey 

7,454 Massachusetts 

6,095 Illinois 

6,062 Pennsylvania 

5,955 Michigan 

4,838 California 

4,120 Connecticut 

2,968 Louisiana 

2,844 Maryland 

2,801 Florida 

2,459 Ohio 

2,355 Indiana 

2,331 Georgia 

1,900 Texas 

1,553 Colorado 

1,514 Virginia 

1,267 Minnesota 

1,176 Washington 

1,101 Arizona 

1,090 North Carolina 

 

 

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

June 10

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yes, for what they're worth..... 

 

Heard some news say 2 million U.S. cases.  ......did anyone tell Yemen (560) that winning this one isn't a good thing?  :( 

 

CO has had a couple bad stats days ....after some good days.....and today was better......  :shrug: 

 

MtRider   :offtobed:  

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2,022,021 US
802,828 Brazil
501,800 Russia
292,860 United Kingdom
286,605 India
242,707 Spain
236,142 Italy
214,788 Peru
192,493 France
186,691 Germany
180,156 Iran
174,023 Turkey
154,092 Chile
133,974 Mexico
119,536 Pakistan
116,021 Saudi Arabia
99,159 Canada
84,210 China
78,052 Bangladesh
75,071 Qatar
59,711 Belgium
58,568 South Africa
51,816 Belarus
48,458 Netherlands
48,288 Sweden
44,440 Ecuador
43,810 Colombia
40,986 United Arab Emirates
39,726 Egypt
39,387 Singapore
35,910 Portugal
35,295 Indonesia
34,432 Kuwait
31,044 Switzerland
29,706 Ukraine
28,201 Poland
27,373 Argentina
25,238 Ireland
24,175 Philippines
22,890 Afghanistan
21,437 Dominican Republic
21,182 Romania
19,954 Oman
18,586 Panama
18,569 Israel
17,187 Japan
17,034 Austria
16,675 Iraq
16,667 Bahrain
15,281 Bolivia
14,669 Armenia
14,554 Nigeria
13,558 Kazakhstan
12,235 Denmark
12,102 Serbia
11,947 Korea, South
10,727 Moldova
10,589 Algeria
10,358 Ghana
9,855 Czechia
8,882 Azerbaijan
8,681 Cameroon
8,608 Norway
8,537 Morocco
8,369 Malaysia
8,221 Guatemala
7,360 Honduras
7,289 Australia
7,064 Finland
6,582 Sudan
4,834 Tajikistan
4,759 Senegal
4,741 Uzbekistan
4,614 Nepal
4,515 Congo (Kinshasa)
4,404 Cote d'Ivoire
4,398 Djibouti
4,372 Guinea
4,052 Luxembourg
4,039 Hungary
3,796 Haiti
3,538 North Macedonia
3,463 Gabon
3,373 El Salvador
3,215 Kenya
3,125 Thailand
3,088 Greece
3,086 Bulgaria
2,832 Bosnia and Herzegovina
2,814 Venezuela
2,670 Ethiopia
2,513 Somalia
2,249 Croatia
2,219 Cuba
2,129 Kyrgyzstan
1,976 Maldives
1,965 Estonia
1,952 Central African Republic
1,877 Sri Lanka
1,807 Iceland
1,752 Lithuania
1,722 Mali
1,604 South Sudan
1,541 Slovakia
1,538 Costa Rica
1,504 New Zealand
1,488 Slovenia
1,464 Nicaragua
1,439 Mauritania
1,402 Lebanon
1,389 Guinea-Bissau
1,385 Albania
1,326 Kosovo
1,306 Equatorial Guinea
1,230 Paraguay
1,203 Madagascar
1,200 Zambia
1,094 Latvia
1,087 Tunisia
1,085 Sierra Leone
975 Cyprus
974 Niger
892 Burkina Faso
890 Jordan
852 Andorra
848 Chad
847 Uruguay
831 Georgia
728 Congo (Brazzaville)
712 Diamond Princess
691 San Marino
679 Uganda
657 Cabo Verde
640 Malta
632 Sao Tome and Principe
605 Jamaica
591 Yemen
524 Togo
509 Tanzania
494 Rwanda
489 Mozambique
487 West Bank and Gaza
481 Malawi
449 Eswatini
443 Taiwan*
410 Liberia
393 Libya
337 Mauritius
332 Vietnam
332 Zimbabwe
324 Montenegro
305 Benin
260 Burma
194 Mongolia
168 Suriname
164 Syria
162 Comoros
158 Guyana
141 Brunei
126 Cambodia
118 Angola
117 Trinidad and Tobago
103 Bahamas
99 Monaco
96 Barbados
85 Burundi
82 Liechtenstein
62 Bhutan
48 Botswana
41 Eritrea
31 Namibia
28 Gambia
27 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
26 Antigua and Barbuda
24 Timor-Leste
23 Grenada
20 Belize
19 Laos
19 Saint Lucia
18 Dominica
18 Fiji
15 Saint Kitts and Nevis
12 Holy See
11 Seychelles
9 MS Zaandam
9 Western Sahara
8 Papua New Guinea
4 Lesotho

 

States reporting over 20,000 cases:

380,892 New York 

165,816 New Jersey 

142,491 California 

130,603 Illinois 

104,667 Massachusetts 

82,658 Texas 

81,848 Pennsylvania 

69,069 Florida 

65,449 Michigan 

60,197 Maryland 

54,975 Georgia 

52,647 Virginia 

44,472 Louisiana 

44,461 Connecticut 

40,004 Ohio 

39,536 North Carolina 

38,748 Indiana 

31,267 Arizona 

29,316 Minnesota 

28,632 Colorado 

28,340 Tennessee 

24,642 Washington 

22,973 Iowa 

22,845 Alabama 

21,926 Wisconsin 

 

113,783 US deaths attributed to the corona virus

States reporting more than 1000 deaths:
30,580 New York 

12,443 New Jersey 

7,492 Massachusetts 

6,185 Illinois 

6,113 Pennsylvania 

5,985 Michigan 

4,920 California 

4,148 Connecticut 

2,987 Louisiana 

2,875 Maryland 

2,848 Florida 

2,492 Ohio 

2,380 Indiana 

2,376 Georgia 

1,930 Texas 

1,582 Colorado 

1,520 Virginia 

1,280 Minnesota 

1,190 Washington State

1,135 Arizona 

1,106 North Carolina 

 

Cumulative hospitalizations in states that report this info 

(Alaska, for example, has stopped reporting.)

89,995 New York 

18,492 New Jersey 

11,850 Florida 

10,654 Massachusetts 

9,912 Connecticut 

9,789 Maryland 

9,073 Georgia 

7,964 Virginia 

6,753 Ohio 

6,314 Indiana 

5,035 Colorado 

3,773 Washington 

3,531 Arizona 

3,522 Minnesota 

2,976 Wisconsin 

2,614 Mississippi 

2,406 Kentucky 

2,165 Alabama 

2,011 Tennessee 

1,898 South Carolina 

1,842 Rhode Island 

1,583 New Mexico 

1,092 Oklahoma 

1,000 Nebraska 

968 Utah 

954 Kansas 

925 Arkansas 

864 Oregon 

514 South Dakota 

500 New Hampshire 

308 Maine 

262 Idaho 

193 North Dakota 

92 Wyoming 

85 Hawaii 

74 Montana 

Tonight's numbers, June 11.

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