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4,346,748 US
2,483,191 Brazil
1,483,156 India
822,060 Russia
459,761 South Africa
402,697 Mexico
389,717 Peru
349,800 Chile
302,293 United Kingdom
296,273 Iran
280,610 Spain
275,225 Pakistan
270,831 Saudi Arabia
257,101 Colombia
246,488 Italy

246,488 Italy
229,185 Bangladesh
227,982 Turkey
220,352 France
207,707 Germany
173,355 Argentina
116,871 Canada
115,332 Iraq
109,880 Qatar
102,051 Indonesia
92,947 Egypt
86,889 China
84,648 Kazakhstan
83,673 Philippines
82,279 Ecuador
79,494 Sweden
77,904 Oman
71,181 Bolivia
68,030 Ukraine
67,366 Belarus
66,428 Belgium
66,293 Israel
65,149 Kuwait
64,690 Dominican Republic
61,442 Panama
59,546 United Arab Emirates
53,647 Netherlands
51,197 Singapore
50,410 Portugal
47,053 Romania
46,451 Guatemala
43,904 Poland
41,804 Nigeria
39,921 Bahrain
39,741 Honduras
37,629 Armenia
36,368 Afghanistan
34,609 Switzerland
34,406 Ghana
33,718 Kyrgyzstan
32,097 Japan
30,858 Azerbaijan
28,615 Algeria
25,929 Ireland
24,520 Serbia
23,521 Moldova
21,699 Uzbekistan
21,387 Morocco
20,677 Austria
19,063 Nepal
18,581 Kenya
17,179 Cameroon
16,344 Costa Rica
15,988 Venezuela
15,799 Czechia
15,713 Cote d'Ivoire
15,446 El Salvador
15,304 Australia
15,200 Ethiopia
14,203 Korea, South
13,811 Denmark
11,496 Sudan
10,938 West Bank and Gaza
10,871 Bulgaria
10,766 Bosnia and Herzegovina
10,315 North Macedonia
10,104 Madagascar
9,805 Senegal
9,150 Norway
8,943 Malaysia
8,873 Congo (Kinshasa)
7,652 Kosovo
7,404 Finland
7,340 Haiti
7,276 Tajikistan
7,189 Gabon
7,126 Guinea
6,375 Luxembourg
6,249 Mauritania
5,068 Djibouti
5,002 Zambia
4,997 Albania
4,923 Croatia
4,674 Paraguay
4,599 Central African Republic
4,456 Hungary
4,279 Greece
4,023 Lebanon
3,709 Malawi
3,672 Nicaragua
3,506 Maldives
3,297 Thailand
3,212 Somalia
3,200 Congo (Brazzaville)
3,071 Equatorial Guinea
3,017 Libya
2,949 Montenegro
2,817 Zimbabwe
2,810 Sri Lanka
2,555 Cuba
2,520 Mali
2,404 Eswatini
2,354 Cabo Verde
2,305 South Sudan
2,204 Slovakia
2,101 Slovenia
2,038 Estonia
2,027 Lithuania
1,954 Guinea-Bissau
1,926 Rwanda
1,917 Namibia
1,857 Iceland
1,786 Sierra Leone
1,770 Benin
1,720 Mozambique
1,703 Yemen
1,557 New Zealand
1,510 Suriname
1,468 Tunisia
1,220 Latvia
1,202 Uruguay
1,182 Jordan
1,177 Liberia
1,145 Georgia
1,135 Uganda
1,132 Niger
1,105 Burkina Faso
1,067 Cyprus
1,000 Angola
926 Chad
907 Andorra
874 Togo
867 Sao Tome and Principe
853 Jamaica
739 Botswana
712 Diamond Princess
708 Malta
699 San Marino
694 Syria
509 Tanzania
505 Lesotho
467 Taiwan*
447 Bahamas
446 Vietnam
389 Guyana
378 Burundi
354 Comoros
350 Burma
344 Mauritius
326 Gambia
289 Mongolia
265 Eritrea
226 Cambodia
153 Trinidad and Tobago
141 Brunei
117 Monaco
114 Seychelles
110 Barbados
99 Bhutan
86 Antigua and Barbuda
86 Liechtenstein
63 Papua New Guinea
52 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
48 Belize
27 Fiji
24 Saint Lucia
24 Timor-Leste
23 Grenada
20 Laos
18 Dominica
17 Saint Kitts and Nevis
12 Holy See
10 Western Sahara

 

State/Territory Total Cases Confirmed Probable
California
460,550
N/A
N/A
Florida
427,698
N/A
N/A
Texas
385,923
N/A
N/A
New York City*
225,541
220,907
4,634
New York*
188,293
N/A
N/A
New Jersey
179,812
N/A
N/A
Illinois
173,897
172,655
1,242
Georgia
170,843
N/A
N/A
Arizona
163,827
163,827
0
Massachusetts
115,926
108,562
7,364
North Carolina
114,338
N/A
N/A
Louisiana
109,917
N/A
N/A
Pennsylvania
109,384
106,331
3,053
Tennessee
96,489
95,433
1,056
Michigan
87,173
78,507
8,666
Virginia
86,994
83,732
3,262
Maryland
85,524
N/A
N/A
Ohio
85,177
80,628
4,549
South Carolina
82,417
82,071
346
Alabama
81,270
79,275
1,995
Indiana
62,907
N/A
N/A
Washington
53,321
N/A
N/A
Wisconsin
53,281
49,417
3,864
Mississippi
52,957
52,286
671
Minnesota
52,281
N/A
N/A
Connecticut
48,983
46,994
1,989
Colorado
44,565
41,400
3,165
Nevada
44,055
N/A
N/A
Missouri
43,050
N/A
N/A
Iowa
42,554
N/A
N/A
Arkansas
39,447
N/A
N/A
Utah
38,915
38,606
309
Oklahoma
34,981
32,670
2,311
Kentucky
27,601
26,209
1,392
Kansas
26,172
25,633
539
Nebraska
24,889
N/A
N/A
New Mexico
19,502
N/A
N/A
Idaho
18,694
17,565
1,129
Rhode Island
18,515
N/A
N/A
Oregon
17,088
17,088
0
Puerto Rico
15,840
5,585
10,255
Delaware
14,476
13,480
996
District of Columbia
11,858
N/A
N/A
South Dakota
8,444
N/A
N/A
New Hampshire
6,441
N/A
N/A
North Dakota
6,141
N/A
N/A
West Virginia
6,054
5,913
141
Maine
3,838
3,433
405
Montana
3,381
3,381
0
Alaska
2,622
N/A
N/A
Wyoming
2,520
2,072
448
Hawaii
1,603
N/A
N/A
Vermont
1,402
N/A
N/A
Virgin Islands
375
N/A
N/A
Guam
349
N/A
N/A
Northern Mariana Islands
40
40
0

 

State/Territory Cases in Last 7 Days
Florida
71,799
California
69,012
Texas
53,489
Georgia
25,268
Arizona
18,644
Tennessee
16,735
Louisiana
15,025
North Carolina
13,292
Alabama
12,320
South Carolina
10,972
Illinois
9,974
Missouri
9,426
Oklahoma
9,400
Ohio
9,009
Virginia
7,623
Mississippi
7,433
Nevada
7,130
Pennsylvania
6,619
Wisconsin
6,606
Maryland
5,979
Indiana
5,701
Washington
5,578
Arkansas
5,520
Minnesota
4,824
Michigan
4,778
Kentucky
4,187
Colorado
3,999
Utah
3,831
Idaho
3,428
Iowa
3,330
Puerto Rico
2,900
New Jersey
2,849
Kansas
2,838
New York*
2,670
New York City*
2,434
New Mexico
2,287
Oregon
2,241
Massachusetts
2,137
Nebraska
2,042
North Dakota
934
Connecticut
928
West Virginia
912
Montana
760
Delaware
730
Alaska
673
Rhode Island
611
District of Columbia
519
South Dakota
501
Wyoming
333
Hawaii
316
New Hampshire
192
Maine
127
Virgin Islands
67
Vermont
42
Guam
20
Northern Mariana Islands
2

 

 

Currently hospitalized for it: 

Ala 1,598

AK 44

AZ 2,564

Ark 501

Cal 8,317

CO 359

CN 54

Del 62

DC 106

FL 8,992

GA 3,157

Guam 5

HI 39

ID 209

ILL 1,383

Ind 907

Io 253

KS 212

KY 584

LA 1,583

Maine 12 

Maryland 544 

Mass 364

Mich 670

Minn 294

Miss 1,184

Missou 797

Mont 62

NB 117

NV 1,147

NH 21

NJ 718

NM 159

NY 648

NC 1,244

ND 35

OH 1,144

OK 596

OR 230

PA 716

PR 469

RI 68

SC 1,575

TN 1,420

TX 9,593

UT 233

VT 18

VA 1,294

WA 386

WV 94

WI 246

WY 15

 

149,180 US deaths attributed to corona virus.

 

Tonight's numbers, July 28.

 

 

 

 

 

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

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I read an article yesterday on capital punishment. The executioners for both electricution and firing squad want the prisoner's head covered. When a mask is applied to the face, the person is dehumanized and easier to kill.  :faint3:

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16 minutes ago, Homesteader said:

I read an article yesterday on capital punishment. The executioners for both electricution and firing squad want the prisoner's head covered. When a mask is applied to the face, the person is dehumanized and easier to kill.  :faint3:

Really?  That’s despicable, in all aspects. God help us.

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2 hours ago, Ambergris said:

An "effective" vaccine for this virus would probably work statistically, as in "if you give this group of 1000 people the vaccine and keep this group of 1000 people vaccine-free, the vaccinated population will have X-percent fewer cases" (or will have X percent fewer deaths, or whatever the target goal is.)

 

:sigh:    ....but how many will have some wacko reaction to the vaccine....in some cases worse than the target virus....??  Seems like Vegas and Colorado are not the only places where we play casino games.  :(   Roll the dice; spin the wheel.....are you feeling LUCKY?  :(  

 

I'm feeling sad tonite....as I did the stats for CO.  Each night I record the new Cases...Hospitalized...Outbreaks...death with COVID....death due to COVID.   Then I subtract from yesterday's numbers to see how many we have increased in 24 hrs...in each of those categories.  Then I check our county specifically....just the rise in cases.   :(  

 

Thanks for the listing of folks CURRENTLY hospitalized, Ambergris.  That is a better number to look at...since the other TOTALS never go down.  For all I know, our county may currently have only 10 'cases'.  .....No, not with how the numbers have been going up just recently.  But it would be nice to know the recovery numbers. 

 

....I know folks talk about COVID CRAZY.   I think I've got a case of COVID Sad.....which is pretty rare for me. 

 

MtRider   ....This too shall pass.  :pray: 

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23 minutes ago, Homesteader said:

I read an article yesterday on capital punishment. The executioners for both electricution and firing squad want the prisoner's head covered. When a mask is applied to the face, the person is dehumanized and easier to kill.  :faint3:

Really?  That’s despicable, in all aspects. God help us.

 

True tho.....  

 

:ph34r:  They used to put the hood or face covering over the executioner.....to hide their identity.  In small locations, everyone knew anyway. 

 

MtRider   ... Yes, God....PLEASE help us all!  :pray: 

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I just heard something from a friend in South Africa. Did you know that babies there are routinely vaccinated against TB?

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I read an article yesterday on capital punishment. The executioners for both electricution and firing squad want the prisoner's head covered. When a mask is applied to the face, the person is dehumanized and easier to kill.  :faint3:

 

I didn't know there were states that still used either of these methods!

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Source: CDC

Gadsden is the county west of mine, and Jackson is the county west of it.  Luckily, I am on the eastern edge of mine. (Columbia is four counties to the east.)

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4,423,917 US
2,552,265 Brazil
1,531,669 India
827,509 Russia
471,123 South Africa
402,697 Mexico
395,005 Peru
351,575 Chile
303,058 United Kingdom
298,909 Iran
282,641 Spain
276,288 Pakistan
272,590 Saudi Arabia
267,385 Colombia
246,776 Italy
232,194 Bangladesh
228,924 Turkey
221,077 France
208,546 Germany
178,996 Argentina
118,300 Iraq
117,357 Canada
110,153 Qatar
104,432 Indonesia
93,356 Egypt
87,114 China
86,192 Kazakhstan
85,486 Philippines
83,193 Ecuador
79,782 Sweden
78,569 Oman
72,327 Bolivia
69,078 Ukraine
68,299 Israel
67,518 Belarus
66,662 Belgium
66,182 Dominican Republic
65,903 Kuwait
63,269 Panama
59,921 United Arab Emirates
53,895 Netherlands
51,531 Singapore
50,613 Portugal
48,235 Romania
47,605 Guatemala
44,416 Poland
42,208 Nigeria
40,460 Honduras
40,311 Bahrain
37,937 Armenia
36,471 Afghanistan
35,142 Ghana
34,802 Switzerland
34,592 Kyrgyzstan
33,362 Japan
31,221 Azerbaijan
29,229 Algeria
25,942 Ireland
24,892 Serbia
23,947 Moldova
22,585 Uzbekistan
22,213 Morocco
20,850 Austria
19,273 Nepal
19,125 Kenya
17,255 Cameroon
16,800 Costa Rica
16,571 Venezuela
16,093 Czechia
15,841 El Salvador
15,813 Cote d'Ivoire
15,810 Ethiopia
15,586 Australia
14,251 Korea, South
13,868 Denmark
11,496 Sudan
11,284 West Bank and Gaza
11,155 Bulgaria
11,127 Bosnia and Herzegovina
10,503 North Macedonia
10,317 Madagascar
9,961 Senegal
9,172 Norway
8,956 Malaysia
8,931 Congo (Kinshasa)
7,846 Kosovo
7,414 Finland
7,371 Haiti
7,352 Gabon
7,320 Tajikistan
7,183 Guinea
6,533 Luxembourg
6,273 Mauritania
5,249 Zambia
5,105 Albania
5,081 Djibouti
4,993 Croatia
4,866 Paraguay
4,605 Central African Republic
4,465 Hungary
4,336 Greece
4,205 Lebanon
3,738 Malawi
3,672 Nicaragua
3,567 Maldives
3,298 Thailand
3,222 Libya
3,212 Somalia
3,200 Congo (Brazzaville)
3,071 Equatorial Guinea
3,016 Montenegro
2,879 Zimbabwe
2,810 Sri Lanka
2,588 Cuba
2,551 Eswatini
2,521 Mali
2,373 Cabo Verde
2,322 South Sudan
2,245 Slovakia
2,115 Slovenia
2,043 Lithuania
2,042 Estonia
1,986 Namibia
1,963 Rwanda
1,954 Guinea-Bissau
1,861 Iceland
1,805 Benin
1,803 Sierra Leone
1,748 Mozambique
1,711 Yemen
1,607 Suriname
1,559 New Zealand
1,488 Tunisia
1,237 Uruguay
1,224 Latvia
1,187 Jordan
1,179 Liberia
1,155 Georgia
1,140 Uganda
1,132 Niger
1,105 Burkina Faso
1,080 Cyprus
1,078 Angola
926 Chad
918 Andorra
896 Togo
868 Sao Tome and Principe
855 Jamaica
804 Botswana
720 Malta
717 Syria
712 Diamond Princess
699 San Marino
576 Lesotho
509 Tanzania
484 Bahamas
467 Taiwan*
459 Vietnam
398 Guyana
387 Burundi
378 Comoros
351 Burma
344 Mauritius
326 Gambia
291 Mongolia
265 Eritrea
226 Cambodia
156 Trinidad and Tobago
141 Brunei
117 Monaco
114 Seychelles
110 Barbados
99 Bhutan
91 Antigua and Barbuda
88 Liechtenstein
63 Papua New Guinea
52 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
48 Belize
27 Fiji
24 Saint Lucia
24 Timor-Leste
23 Grenada
20 Laos
18 Dominica
17 Saint Kitts and Nevis
12 Holy See
10 Western Sahara

 

States reporting over 20k cases:

483,843 California 

451,423 Florida 

417,646 Texas 

413,593 New York 

180,600 New Jersey 

178,306 Georgia 

176,363 Illinois 

168,273 Arizona 

118,387 North Carolina 

116,684 Massachusetts 

114,939 Pennsylvania 

112,773 Louisiana 

100,822 Tennessee 

88,974 Michigan 

87,993 Virginia 

87,893 Ohio 

86,285 Maryland 

85,846 South Carolina 

83,782 Alabama 

64,299 Indiana 

55,804 Mississippi 

54,205 Washington 

52,947 Minnesota 

51,049 Wisconsin 

49,540 Connecticut 

46,942 Missouri 

45,806 Nevada 

45,775 Colorado 

43,284 Iowa 

40,968 Arkansas 

39,194 Utah 

34,623 Oklahoma 

28,730 Kentucky 

26,569 Kansas 

25,422 Nebraska 

20,741 New Mexico 

 

150, 649 US deaths attributed to corona virus:

State/Territory Total Deaths Confirmed Probable
New York City*
23,512
18,887
4,625
New Jersey
15,825
13,905
1,920
New York*
8,826
N/A
N/A
Massachusetts
8,551
8,331
220
California
8,518
N/A
N/A
Illinois
7,638
7,446
192
Pennsylvania
7,162
N/A
N/A
Michigan
6,421
6,170
251
Florida
6,117
N/A
N/A
Texas
5,877
N/A
N/A
Connecticut
4,423
3,541
882
Louisiana
3,812
3,700
112
Georgia
3,563
N/A
N/A
Maryland
3,478
3,347
131
Arizona
3,408
3,408
0
Ohio
3,382
3,118
264
Indiana
2,924
2,725
199
Virginia
2,125
2,020
105
North Carolina
1,820
N/A
N/A
Colorado
1,807
1,470
337
Minnesota
1,629
1,589
40
South Carolina
1,565
1,505
60
Mississippi
1,563
1,524
39
Washington
1,548
N/A
N/A
Alabama
1,493
1,451
42
Missouri
1,213
N/A
N/A
Rhode Island
1,005
N/A
N/A
Tennessee
999
962
37
Wisconsin
913
906
7
Iowa
839
N/A
N/A
Nevada
785
N/A
N/A
Kentucky
719
715
4
New Mexico
626
N/A
N/A
District of Columbia
583
N/A
N/A
Delaware
581
511
70
Oklahoma
503
503
0
Arkansas
428
N/A
N/A
New Hampshire
409
N/A
N/A
Kansas
335
N/A
N/A
Nebraska
321
N/A
N/A
Oregon
303
303
0
Utah
292
292
0
Puerto Rico
211
106
105
Idaho
160
139
21
South Dakota
123
123
0
Maine
121
N/A
N/A
West Virginia
111
N/A
N/A
North Dakota
102
N/A
N/A
Vermont
56
N/A
N/A
Montana
52
52
0
Hawaii
26
N/A
N/A
Wyoming
26
26
0
Alaska
22
N/A
N/A
Virgin Islands
8
N/A
N/A
Guam
5
N/A
N/A
Northern Mariana Islands
2
2
0

 

Tonight's numbers, July 29.

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Is there a vaccine for TB?  Baaaack in the day, when DD1 went to college, she came up with positive for TB and had to take a long regiment of pills.  They didn't think she had it but just may have been exposed to it in Korea??  I really don't know much about it except in grade school every year we had an injection just under the skin of arm.  The nurse would return to check our arms in a week.  No one had a reaction that I remember.  ....well, by 4th grade I began to have a reaction [nearly passing out] to THE NEEDLE!  [cuz of rabies shots the year before]  :buttercup:  

 

MtRider  :pc_coffee: 

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tuberculosis_vaccines

 

Its only useful in infants and small children for the common one.   

 

DH tells horror stories about having to get the test when headed to the Middle East back in the 90s army.  Apparently the test hurts like a (sailor talk) and stayed with him enough to complain 3 decades later.  

 

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I don't remember the TB test being that bad, but I also didn't think the COVID test was that bad.  I have a pretty high pain tolerance.  I think I had the TB test shortly after the same camp that I sprained my ankle while wearing hiking books by wrapping it around the metal plate in the sidewalk - and still walked to the dining hall and back, and didn't go to sick call until the next morning (I was told my options were suck it up or have them call an ambulance).

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Cumulative cases reported:

4,487,987 US
2,610,102 Brazil
1,582,028 India
832,993 Russia
482,169 South Africa
408,449 Mexico
400,683 Peru
353,536 Chile
303,910 United Kingdom
301,530 Iran
285,430 Spain
277,402 Pakistan
276,055 Colombia
274,219 Saudi Arabia
247,158 Italy
234,889 Bangladesh
229,891 Turkey
222,469 France
209,535 Germany
185,373 Argentina
121,263 Iraq
117,677 Canada
110,460 Qatar
106,336 Indonesia
93,757 Egypt
87,664 Kazakhstan
87,363 China
85,486 Philippines
84,370 Ecuador
80,100 Sweden
79,159 Oman
73,534 Bolivia
70,300 Ukraine
70,036 Israel
67,915 Dominican Republic
67,665 Belarus
67,335 Belgium
66,529 Kuwait
64,191 Panama
60,223 United Arab Emirates
54,249 Netherlands
51,809 Singapore
50,868 Portugal
49,591 Romania
48,826 Guatemala
45,031 Poland
42,689 Nigeria
40,944 Honduras
40,755 Bahrain
38,196 Armenia
36,542 Afghanistan
35,223 Kyrgyzstan
35,142 Ghana
35,022 Switzerland
34,663 Japan
31,560 Azerbaijan
29,831 Algeria
26,027 Ireland
25,213 Serbia
24,343 Moldova
23,271 Uzbekistan
23,259 Morocco
20,955 Austria
19,913 Kenya
19,547 Nepal
17,290 Costa Rica
17,255 Cameroon
17,158 Venezuela
16,615 Ethiopia
16,371 Czechia
16,304 Australia
16,230 El Salvador
15,978 Cote d'Ivoire
14,269 Korea, South
13,964 Denmark
11,548 West Bank and Gaza
11,496 Sudan
11,444 Bosnia and Herzegovina
11,420 Bulgaria
10,748 Madagascar
10,617 North Macedonia
10,106 Senegal
9,208 Norway
9,010 Congo (Kinshasa)
8,964 Malaysia
8,104 Kosovo
7,423 Finland
7,378 Haiti
7,366 Tajikistan
7,352 Gabon
7,242 Guinea
6,616 Luxembourg
6,295 Mauritania
5,555 Zambia
5,207 Paraguay
5,197 Albania
5,081 Djibouti
5,071 Croatia
4,605 Central African Republic
4,484 Hungary
4,401 Greece
4,334 Lebanon
3,858 Malawi
3,719 Maldives
3,672 Nicaragua
3,304 Thailand
3,222 Libya
3,212 Somalia
3,200 Congo (Brazzaville)
3,092 Zimbabwe
3,071 Equatorial Guinea
3,016 Montenegro
2,814 Sri Lanka
2,597 Cuba
2,577 Eswatini
2,522 Mali
2,418 Cabo Verde
2,322 South Sudan
2,265 Slovakia
2,139 Slovenia
2,062 Lithuania
2,052 Namibia
2,051 Estonia
1,994 Rwanda
1,981 Guinea-Bissau
1,872 Iceland
1,818 Sierra Leone
1,808 Mozambique
1,805 Benin
1,726 Yemen
1,607 Suriname
1,560 New Zealand
1,514 Tunisia
1,243 Uruguay
1,228 Latvia
1,191 Jordan
1,181 Liberia
1,160 Georgia
1,147 Uganda
1,134 Niger
1,109 Angola
1,106 Burkina Faso
1,090 Cyprus
935 Chad
922 Andorra
908 Togo
870 Sao Tome and Principe
856 Jamaica
814 Malta
804 Botswana
738 Syria
712 Diamond Princess
699 San Marino
604 Lesotho
509 Tanzania
509 Vietnam
508 Bahamas
467 Taiwan*
403 Gambia
401 Guyana
387 Burundi
378 Comoros
353 Burma
344 Mauritius
291 Mongolia
279 Eritrea
234 Cambodia
164 Trinidad and Tobago
141 Brunei
120 Monaco
114 Seychelles
110 Barbados
101 Bhutan
91 Antigua and Barbuda
88 Liechtenstein
63 Papua New Guinea
52 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
48 Belize
27 Fiji
25 Saint Lucia
24 Grenada
24 Timor-Leste
20 Laos
18 Dominica
17 Saint Kitts and Nevis
12 Holy See
10 Western Sahara

 

States reporting over 20k cases:

488,766 California 

461,379 Florida 

425,658 Texas 

414,370 New York 

182,286 Georgia 

180,970 New Jersey 

178,135 Illinois 

170,798 Arizona 

120,532 North Carolina 

117,098 Massachusetts 

115,807 Pennsylvania 

114,481 Louisiana 

102,871 Tennessee 

89,781 Michigan 

89,626 Ohio 

88,904 Virginia 

87,572 South Carolina 

87,177 Maryland 

85,762 Alabama 

65,253 Indiana 

57,579 Mississippi 

55,803 Washington 

53,692 Minnesota 

52,108 Wisconsin 

49,670 Connecticut 

49,139 Missouri 

46,824 Nevada 

46,186 Colorado 

44,044 Iowa 

41,759 Arkansas 

39,696 Utah 

35,740 Oklahoma 

29,386 Kentucky 

26,863 Kansas 

25,766 Nebraska 

20,388 New Mexico 

20,242 Idaho 

37 out of 50 states

 

State/Territory Cases in Last 7 Days
Florida
71,331
California
61,729
Texas
51,689
Georgia
26,021
Arizona
17,664
Tennessee
16,405
Louisiana
13,419
North Carolina
12,849
Alabama
11,896
South Carolina
10,804
Missouri
10,687
Illinois
9,890
Mississippi
9,526
Oklahoma
9,519
Ohio
9,151
Virginia
7,667
Nevada
7,144
Pennsylvania
6,720
Wisconsin
6,405
Maryland
6,341
Washington
5,748
Arkansas
5,722
Indiana
5,626
Michigan
5,244
Minnesota
4,971
Kentucky
4,187
Colorado
4,098
Utah
3,688
Idaho
3,357
Iowa
3,280
New Jersey
3,121
Puerto Rico
3,099
Kansas
2,766
New York*
2,600
Massachusetts
2,364
Oregon
2,327
New Mexico
2,308
New York City*
2,049
Nebraska
1,936
Connecticut
1,317
Montana
871
West Virginia
865
North Dakota
808
Delaware
765
Rhode Island
738
Alaska
665
South Dakota
564
District of Columbia
470
Hawaii
411
Wyoming
340
New Hampshire
218
Maine
151
Virgin Islands
62
Vermont
40
Guam
22
Northern Mariana Islands
4

 

151,834 US deaths attributed to corona virus:

 

State/Territory Total Deaths Confirmed Probable
New York City*
23,525
18,898
4,627
New Jersey
15,798
13,923
1,875
New York*
8,830
N/A
N/A
California
8,715
N/A
N/A
Massachusetts
8,580
8,360
220
Illinois
7,654
7,462
192
Pennsylvania
7,176
N/A
N/A
Michigan
6,422
6,172
250
Florida
6,333
N/A
N/A
Texas
6,190
N/A
N/A
Connecticut
4,425
3,544
881
Louisiana
3,883
3,769
114
Georgia
3,642
N/A
N/A
Maryland
3,488
3,357
131
Arizona
3,454
3,454
0
Ohio
3,422
3,156
266
Indiana
2,932
2,733
199
Virginia
2,141
2,035
106
North Carolina
1,865
N/A
N/A
Colorado
1,822
1,483
339
Minnesota
1,634
1,594
40
South Carolina
1,615
1,551
64
Mississippi
1,611
1,570
41
Washington
1,554
N/A
N/A
Alabama
1,538
1,489
49
Missouri
1,220
N/A
N/A
Tennessee
1,020
983
37
Rhode Island
1,007
N/A
N/A
Wisconsin
918
911
7
Iowa
845
N/A
N/A
Nevada
806
N/A
N/A
Kentucky
724
720
4
New Mexico
632
N/A
N/A
District of Columbia
584
N/A
N/A
Delaware
581
511
70
Oklahoma
523
523
0
Arkansas
434
N/A
N/A
New Hampshire
411
N/A
N/A
Kansas
349
N/A
N/A
Nebraska
324
N/A
N/A
Oregon
311
305
6
Utah
293
293
0
Puerto Rico
214
109
105
Idaho
173
152
21
South Dakota
129
129
0
Maine
121
N/A
N/A
West Virginia
112
N/A
N/A
North Dakota
103
N/A
N/A
Vermont
56
N/A
N/A
Montana
55
55
0
Hawaii
26
N/A
N/A
Wyoming
26
26
0
Alaska
22
N/A
N/A
Virgin Islands
8
N/A
N/A
Guam
5
N/A
N/A
Northern Mariana Islands
2
2
0

 

 

Currently hospitalized:

Ala 1,595

AK 45

AZ 2,348

Ark 508

Cal 8,198

CO 341

CN 66

Del 69

DC 87

FL 8,395

GA 3,200

Guam 2

HI 61

ID 236

ILL 1,452

Ind 831

Iowa 237

KS 393

KY 587

LA 1,524

Maine 11 

Maryland 585 

Mass 367

Mich 727

Minn 298

Miss 1,245

Missou 813

Mont 69

NB 137

NV 1,145

NH 22

NJ 759

NM 156

NY 586

NC 1,239

ND 43

OH 1,049

OK 647

OR 229

PA 756

PR 504

RI 77

SC 1,563

SD 44

TN 1,493

TX 9,296

UT 238

VT 18

VA 1,357

WA 399

WV 102

WI 295

WY 18

 

Tonight's numbers, July 30.

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 This is a short video made by the doctors who gave the press conference that was deleted by YouTube, FB, Twitter, etc.   

 

 

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American life has fallen casualty to a massive disinformation campaign. We can speculate on how this has happened, and why it has continued, but the purpose of the inaugural White Coat Summit is to empower Americans to stop living in fear.

 

If Americans continue to let so-called experts and media personalities make their decisions, the great American experiment of a Constitutional Republic with Representative Democracy, will cease.

 

https://americasfrontlinedoctorsummit.com/

 

 

 

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CO 341  hospitalized currently......that's an encouraging number for all of Colorado.  Some of our numbers have been startling lately. 

 

MtRider  :amen: 

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Of the ten counties in the entire United States with the highest per capita infection rate, two are within two counties of me and three are within four counties of me.  The names of the dead include several that are personally familiar, to various degrees.  My close friends have been devastated.  Don't tell me this is a hoax.

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Cumulative cases reported:

4,558,994 US
2,662,485 Brazil
1,638,827 India
838,461 Russia
493,183 South Africa
416,179 Mexico
407,492 Peru
355,667 Chile
304,793 United Kingdom
304,204 Iran
288,522 Spain
286,018 Colombia
278,305 Pakistan
275,905 Saudi Arabia
247,537 Italy
237,661 Bangladesh
230,873 Turkey
225,192 France
210,399 Germany
191,302 Argentina
124,609 Iraq
118,265 Canada
110,695 Qatar
108,376 Indonesia
94,078 Egypt
89,078 Kazakhstan
87,610 China
85,486 Philippines
85,355 Ecuador
80,422 Sweden
79,159 Oman
75,234 Bolivia
71,404 Ukraine
70,970 Israel
69,649 Dominican Republic
68,006 Belgium
67,808 Belarus
66,957 Kuwait
65,256 Panama
60,506 United Arab Emirates
54,590 Netherlands
52,205 Singapore
51,072 Portugal
50,886 Romania
49,789 Guatemala
45,688 Poland
43,151 Nigeria
41,426 Honduras
40,982 Bahrain
38,550 Armenia
36,675 Afghanistan
36,234 Japan
35,805 Kyrgyzstan
35,501 Ghana
35,232 Switzerland
31,878 Azerbaijan
30,394 Algeria
26,065 Ireland
25,552 Serbia
24,733 Moldova
24,322 Morocco
24,009 Uzbekistan
21,130 Austria
20,636 Kenya
19,771 Nepal
18,574 Venezuela
17,820 Costa Rica
17,530 Ethiopia
17,255 Cameroon
16,906 Australia
16,632 El Salvador
16,574 Czechia
16,047 Cote d'Ivoire
14,305 Korea, South
14,028 Denmark
11,876 Bosnia and Herzegovina
11,837 West Bank and Gaza
11,690 Bulgaria
11,644 Sudan
10,868 Madagascar
10,754 North Macedonia
10,232 Senegal
9,240 Norway
9,070 Congo (Kinshasa)
8,976 Malaysia
8,104 Kosovo
7,432 Finland
7,412 Haiti
7,409 Tajikistan
7,352 Gabon
7,308 Guinea
6,695 Luxembourg
6,310 Mauritania
5,963 Zambia
5,338 Paraguay
5,276 Albania
5,139 Croatia
5,084 Djibouti
4,608 Central African Republic
4,555 Lebanon
4,505 Hungary
4,477 Greece
4,078 Malawi
3,793 Maldives
3,672 Nicaragua
3,621 Libya
3,310 Thailand
3,212 Somalia
3,200 Congo (Brazzaville)
3,169 Zimbabwe
3,073 Montenegro
3,071 Equatorial Guinea
2,815 Sri Lanka
2,648 Eswatini
2,608 Cuba
2,522 Mali
2,451 Cabo Verde
2,322 South Sudan
2,292 Slovakia
2,156 Slovenia
2,129 Namibia
2,075 Lithuania
2,064 Estonia
2,022 Rwanda
1,981 Guinea-Bissau
1,885 Iceland
1,864 Mozambique
1,823 Sierra Leone
1,805 Benin
1,728 Yemen
1,650 Suriname
1,560 New Zealand
1,535 Tunisia
1,264 Uruguay
1,231 Latvia
1,193 Jordan
1,186 Liberia
1,168 Georgia
1,154 Uganda
1,148 Angola
1,134 Niger
1,114 Cyprus
1,106 Burkina Faso
941 Togo
936 Chad
925 Andorra
871 Sao Tome and Principe
864 Jamaica
824 Malta
804 Botswana
757 Syria
712 Diamond Princess
699 San Marino
604 Lesotho
574 Bahamas
546 Vietnam
509 Tanzania
498 Gambia
467 Taiwan*
413 Guyana
387 Burundi
378 Comoros
353 Burma
344 Mauritius
291 Mongolia
279 Eritrea
234 Cambodia
169 Trinidad and Tobago
141 Brunei
120 Monaco
114 Seychelles
110 Barbados
101 Bhutan
91 Antigua and Barbuda
88 Liechtenstein
72 Papua New Guinea
54 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
48 Belize
27 Fiji
25 Saint Lucia
24 Grenada
24 Timor-Leste
20 Laos
18 Dominica
17 Saint Kitts and Nevis
12 Holy See
10 Western Sahara

 

 

State/Territory Cases in Last 7 Days
Florida
71,014
California
59,886
Texas
50,982
Georgia
25,698
Arizona
17,854
Tennessee
15,884
North Carolina
13,301
Louisiana
12,831
Alabama
11,562
Missouri
11,134
South Carolina
10,966
Oklahoma
10,070
Illinois
10,038
Ohio
9,440
Mississippi
7,916
Virginia
7,524
Nevada
7,030
Maryland
6,580
Pennsylvania
6,477
Wisconsin
6,410
Washington
5,794
Indiana
5,651
Arkansas
5,500
Michigan
5,350
Minnesota
4,974
Kentucky
4,239
Colorado
3,890
Idaho
3,510
Iowa
3,404
Utah
3,369
New Jersey
3,083
Puerto Rico
2,814
Kansas
2,766
New York*
2,642
Massachusetts
2,451
Oregon
2,418
New Mexico
2,225
New York City*
2,178
Nebraska
1,948
Connecticut
1,438
Montana
917
West Virginia
872
North Dakota
855
Rhode Island
802
Delaware
765
Alaska
686
South Dakota
542
District of Columbia
486
Hawaii
482
Wyoming
339
New Hampshire
226
Maine
152
Virgin Islands
64
Vermont
30
Guam
19


153,311 US deaths attributed to Corona virus:

State/Territory Total Deaths Confirmed Probable
New York City*
23,531
18,906
4,625
New Jersey
15,809
13,934
1,875
California
8,909
N/A
N/A
New York*
8,837
N/A
N/A
Massachusetts
8,595
8,375
220
Illinois
7,670
7,478
192
Pennsylvania
7,189
N/A
N/A
Florida
6,586
N/A
N/A
Michigan
6,443
6,191
252
Texas
6,274
N/A
N/A
Connecticut
4,431
3,550
881
Louisiana
3,925
3,811
114
Georgia
3,671
N/A
N/A
Arizona
3,626
3,626
0
Maryland
3,493
3,362
131
Ohio
3,442
3,177
265
Indiana
2,946
2,746
200
Virginia
2,174
2,067
107
North Carolina
1,903
N/A
N/A
Colorado
1,822
1,483
339
South Carolina
1,667
1,600
67
Minnesota
1,640
1,600
40
Mississippi
1,611
1,570
41
Alabama
1,567
1,521
46
Washington
1,564
N/A
N/A
Missouri
1,233
N/A
N/A
Tennessee
1,033
996
37
Rhode Island
1,007
N/A
N/A
Wisconsin
926
919
7
Iowa
857
N/A
N/A
Nevada
827
N/A
N/A
Kentucky
731
727
4
New Mexico
635
N/A
N/A
District of Columbia
584
N/A
N/A
Delaware
581
511
70
Oklahoma
536
536
0
Arkansas
442
N/A
N/A
New Hampshire
415
N/A
N/A
Kansas
349
N/A
N/A
Nebraska
328
N/A
N/A
Oregon
316
310
6
Utah
303
303
0
Puerto Rico
219
113
106
Idaho
177
155
22
South Dakota
129
127
2
Maine
123
N/A
N/A
West Virginia
115
N/A
N/A
North Dakota
103
N/A
N/A
Montana
58
58
0
Vermont
57
N/A
N/A
Hawaii
26
N/A
N/A
Wyoming
26
26
0
Alaska
23
N/A
N/A
Virgin Islands
8
N/A
N/A
Guam
5
N/A
N/A
Northern Mariana Islands
2
2
0

 

Tonight's numbers, July 31.

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As COVID-19 sweeps across the South, the Army finds it’s not immune
Sean D. Naylor·National Security Correspondent
August 1, 2020, 2:00 AM

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Army is facing a significant COVID-19 challenge as infection rates soar across the South and Southeast, where most of the service’s installations are located. And now the disease is having a major impact on the Army’s second-largest installation, according to a briefing obtained by Yahoo News.

The briefing, dated July 20 and prepared for senior leaders at Fort Campbell, Ky., home to the 101st Airborne Division, shows that on that day, about one in five soldiers — almost a thousand troops in total — in one of the division’s three infantry brigades combat teams were unavailable for training, either because they had tested positive for COVID-19 or because they had been in contact with someone who might have had the disease.

“There has been an impact” on the Army from the coronavirus’s surge across the parts of the country where most soldiers are located, Army Surgeon General Lt. Gen. Scott Dingle told an online Association of the U.S. Army audience Wednesday. “We are also experiencing the same things [as surrounding communities], but not in extremely large numbers.”
As of July 31, there were 9,276 active-duty Army personnel with COVID-19 (an increase of almost 400 in 48 hours). However, because the Defense Department forbids the Army from publicizing the number of cases in any individual unit or installation, it is almost impossible to judge how the service is handling this summer’s steep rise in cases in states like Texas and North Carolina, home to the Army’s two other most populous posts.

Lt. Col. Charles Barrett, a spokesman for the 101st, which has almost 20,000 soldiers and is one of the Army’s most storied formations, said the division is seeing “a slow, steady increase” in cases, but was faring better than the communities around Fort Campbell.

The rise in cases at Fort Campbell, which is occurring as the 101st’s first and second brigades prepare for major training events, has prompted a series of social media posts from soldiers accusing the division of not doing enough to protect soldiers from COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus. In an interview with Yahoo News, the 101st’s commander, Maj. Gen. Brian Winski, disputed the accusations, which appeared on TerminalCWO, a Facebook account that gives voice to soldiers with grievances and is run by an anonymous active-duty Army warrant officer.

Noting that “we have yet to have a single soldier that required hospitalization for COVID,” Winski said he was “really confident” that the division was complying with all guidance from his higher headquarters at XVIII Airborne Corps, U.S. Army Forces Command and the Department of the Army in the Pentagon, as well as with the “parameters” for treatment set forth by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

But messages posted on the TerminalCWO Facebook page said some commanders in the 101st were reluctant to allow soldiers to get tested because they didn’t want to lose large numbers to quarantine during important training exercises. “Everyone keeps getting sick or coming in contact with COVID and then being told by commands not to get tested in fear of losing personnel to quarantine,” said one poster.

Winski said that such guidance is not division policy, but vowed to investigate it. “For the folks reaching out to you and others, that’s what they’re hearing, and we need to address that,” he said, adding that he tended to believe that “where there’s smoke, there’s fire.”

Anyone experiencing COVID-19 symptoms is supposed to inform their chain of command and quarantine immediately, according to Winski. “If they had known contact with somebody that we now know is positive, that would warrant a test,” he said. “If they’re just symptomatic, we keep them in quarantine and see if the symptoms persist, and if so, then it would warrant a test. Or if not, then we would just keep them in symptomatic or asymptomatic quarantine for the 14 days, so if they were to have it, it would run its course.”
A soldier who tests positive for COVID-19 is placed in isolation. The 101st also uses a sort of precautionary quarantine called judicious preventative measures, or JPM, for soldiers who have vague symptoms or who might have come into contact with someone with the disease. Leaders use their own judgement as to whether to place a soldier in JPM, which typically means staying home for no more than a couple of days, at which point they decide whether the soldier needs to move to quarantine until they can get tested or be cleared to go back to work, according to Barrett.

Other social media posts claimed that the division was not planning to test every soldier prior to a large off-site training exercise. That claim is incorrect and is likely a misunderstanding, according to division officials, who said 100 percent of the soldiers slated to deploy on the training rotation are being tested, but in batches of 10.

Winski, the division commander, attributed many of the complaints to “misunderstanding,” but acknowledged that there might be a kernel of truth to some of them. “Anytime there’s a groundswell of concern, there’s probably something to it,” he said.

But taken together, the Facebook posts illustrate what Barrett said is a level of anxiety among soldiers and their families over the pandemic that is even greater than that typically associated with upcoming combat deployments. “COVID has generated a lot of uncertainty and a lot of fear,” he said.

Some of the 101st’s challenges in this regard typify those faced by the military at large, including how to balance the need to stay combat ready with the need to protect troops and their families, and how to keep installations virus-free in regions where COVID-19 is surging and local authorities are less observant than the military of public health advice.

The stress in the 101st over COVID-19 is heightened by the fact that two of the division’s three infantry brigade combat teams (multi-battalion formations of up to 5,000 soldiers each) are slated to go to the Army’s premier light infantry training site at Fort Polk, La., during the next two months. The division’s 2nd Brigade Combat Team is due to start its monthlong rotation next week, followed by the 1st Brigade Combat Team in September.

With most Army units no longer deploying regularly to combat zones, a training center rotation is often the most critical event in a company, battalion or brigade commander’s one- to two-year command tour, and is preceded by many weeks of field training at the brigade combat team’s home post.
But the Army’s quarantine policies mean that one soldier coming down with COVID-19-like symptoms, let alone a confirmed case of the disease, can have a knock-on effect that takes not only that soldier out of action but numerous others for up to 14 days. Interviewed by Yahoo News, a junior enlisted soldier said that one “false positive” in the 101st’s 1st Brigade Combat Team resulted in “pretty much half the company” — or about 60 soldiers — being restricted to quarters.

Those policies are making some commanders reluctant to allow their soldiers to be tested, for fear of losing significant chunks of their formations to quarantine during field training that takes place prior to the rotation at Fork Polk, according to several messages posted on TerminalCWO’s Facebook page. One 2nd BCT soldier wrote that his unit was told “you can’t directly go see medical personnel if you feel symptoms of COVID-19 because you’ll be quarantined instantly and we can’t afford to lose people.”

The junior enlisted soldier in the 1st BCT said that commanders were focused on getting as many soldiers as possible into the field for training. “They wanted the numbers out there more than anything else,” he said. “They weren’t so much worried about the soldiers’ health.”

However, he said that his chain of command was not pressuring soldiers to not seek medical attention if they were feeling sick. “In the brigade, they want you to get tested,” he said.

But a second junior enlisted 1st BCT soldier, when asked whether some commanders were reluctant to allow soldiers to get tested for COVID-19, said “it appears that way,” adding that during a recent training exercise, his chain of command waited several days before sending soldiers who had taken ill in the field back to the garrison.

Winski acknowledged that the division places a high priority on each training rotation at Fort Polk. “We want every soldier that’s absolutely available to be part of that, because it is such a crucible training event and such an excellent replicated environment [with] a dedicated opposing force, dedicated role players who portray civilians on the battlefield and host nation security forces.” However, he said, the division will ensure that no soldiers with COVID-19 deploy to Fort Polk.

It does appear that the field is currently the safest place for troops. According to the slide briefing obtained by Yahoo News, on July 20, the division’s Brigade Combat Team that has been least affected by the virus is its 3rd BCT, most of which has spent the last few months split between operations on the southwest border and East Africa. By contrast, the worst affected formation was 1st BCT, which had 927 soldiers unavailable because of the virus, including 82 troops in isolation and 263 symptomatic soldiers in quarantine.

The numbers appear to confirm Winski’s assertion that most of the division’s COVID-19 cases, based on the research by Fort Campbell’s nine contact trace teams, come from social interactions during off-duty hours, especially in bars and restaurants, not from training or deployments. Fort Campbell straddles the Kentucky-Tennessee border, and is only about 60 miles from the nightlife of Nashville, which has become a COVID-19 “red zone” in recent weeks since reopening.
The increase in cases at Campbell “coincides with the city and county openings” in the surrounding communities, Winski said, adding that the travel conducted by many soldiers and their families over the Fourth of July weekend was also a factor.

But beyond encouraging mask use and social distancing when off-post (and enforcing those activities for soldiers on post), division officials are reluctant to put their troops back on the sort of lockdown that characterized the first months of the pandemic, when all training and movement was canceled. “We cannot return to the shelter-in-place protocols that existed in April of 2020 in which only essential leaders were present for duty,” 1st BCT commander Col. Robert Born said in a video statement posted on his unit’s Facebook page.

Winski acknowledged that the relative youth of an infantry division’s soldiers meant the bright lights of Nashville would always hold an appeal. “It’s just where young folks want to go,” he said.

Indeed, until the latest increase in cases, many soldiers were not taking the pandemic threat seriously, according to an enlisted 1st BCT soldier. “We all poked fun at COVID-19 saying how high the survival rate is,” he said, adding that the attitude of many young troops was “it’s not that big of a deal if you have a good immune system, it really won’t hurt you all that much.”

But in June the brigade’s dining facility was temporarily closed after a soldier who works there tested positive. Then “cases just started popping up randomly, here, there and all over the place,” he said. “I think we’re taking it a little bit more seriously now.”

 

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Cumulative cases reported:

4,617,728 US
2,707,877 Brazil
1,695,988 India
843,890 Russia
503,290 South Africa
424,637 Mexico
407,492 Peru
357,658 Chile
306,752 Iran
305,572 United Kingdom
295,508 Colombia
288,522 Spain
278,305 Pakistan
277,478 Saudi Arabia
247,832 Italy
239,860 Bangladesh
231,869 Turkey
225,197 France
211,005 Germany
196,543 Argentina
126,704 Iraq
118,523 Canada
110,911 Qatar
109,936 Indonesia
98,232 Philippines
94,316 Egypt
90,367 Kazakhstan
87,779 China
86,232 Ecuador
80,422 Sweden
79,159 Oman
76,789 Bolivia
72,609 Ukraine
72,218 Israel
71,415 Dominican Republic
68,751 Belgium
67,946 Belarus
67,448 Kuwait
66,383 Panama
60,760 United Arab Emirates
55,021 Netherlands
52,512 Singapore
52,111 Romania
51,310 Portugal
50,979 Guatemala
46,346 Poland
43,537 Nigeria
42,014 Honduras
41,190 Bahrain
38,841 Armenia
37,779 Japan
37,014 Ghana
36,710 Afghanistan
36,299 Kyrgyzstan
35,412 Switzerland
32,157 Azerbaijan
30,950 Algeria
26,109 Ireland
25,882 Serbia
25,113 Moldova
25,015 Morocco
24,783 Uzbekistan
21,363 Kenya
21,212 Austria
20,086 Nepal
18,574 Venezuela
18,187 Costa Rica
17,999 Ethiopia
17,283 Australia
17,255 Cameroon
17,050 El Salvador
16,699 Czechia
16,109 Cote d'Ivoire
14,336 Korea, South
14,028 Denmark
12,160 West Bank and Gaza
11,876 Bosnia and Herzegovina
11,836 Bulgaria
11,738 Sudan
11,273 Madagascar
10,891 North Macedonia
10,284 Senegal
9,253 Norway
9,084 Congo (Kinshasa)
8,985 Malaysia
8,104 Kosovo
7,531 Gabon
7,451 Tajikistan
7,443 Finland
7,424 Haiti
7,308 Guinea
6,793 Luxembourg
6,319 Mauritania
6,228 Zambia
5,396 Albania
5,338 Paraguay
5,224 Croatia
5,084 Djibouti
4,821 Equatorial Guinea
4,730 Lebanon
4,614 Central African Republic
4,587 Greece
4,526 Hungary
4,186 Malawi
3,949 Maldives
3,691 Libya
3,672 Nicaragua
3,659 Zimbabwe
3,312 Thailand
3,212 Somalia
3,200 Congo (Brazzaville)
3,198 Montenegro
2,815 Sri Lanka
2,706 Eswatini
2,633 Cuba
2,535 Mali
2,480 Cabo Verde
2,352 South Sudan
2,337 Slovakia
2,224 Namibia
2,171 Slovenia
2,093 Lithuania
2,072 Estonia
2,042 Rwanda
1,981 Guinea-Bissau
1,893 Iceland
1,864 Mozambique
1,823 Sierra Leone
1,805 Benin
1,760 Suriname
1,730 Yemen
1,562 New Zealand
1,552 Tunisia
1,278 Uruguay
1,238 Latvia
1,208 Jordan
1,189 Liberia
1,176 Uganda
1,171 Georgia
1,164 Angola
1,143 Burkina Faso
1,136 Niger
1,124 Cyprus
958 Togo
936 Chad
925 Andorra
878 Jamaica
874 Sao Tome and Principe
845 Malta
804 Botswana
780 Syria
712 Diamond Princess
702 Lesotho
699 San Marino
599 Bahamas
590 Vietnam
509 Tanzania
498 Gambia
474 Taiwan*
430 Guyana
395 Burundi
386 Comoros
353 Burma
344 Mauritius
291 Mongolia
279 Eritrea
239 Cambodia
173 Trinidad and Tobago
141 Brunei
120 Monaco
114 Seychelles
110 Barbados
101 Bhutan
91 Antigua and Barbuda
91 Papua New Guinea
88 Liechtenstein
54 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
48 Belize
27 Fiji
25 Saint Lucia
24 Grenada
24 Timor-Leste
20 Laos
18 Dominica
17 Saint Kitts and Nevis
12 Holy See
10 Western Sahara

 

 

State/Territory Total Cases Confirmed Probable
California
493,588
N/A
N/A
Florida
465,030
N/A
N/A
Texas
420,946
N/A
N/A
New York City*
226,767
222,131
4,636
New York*
189,866
N/A
N/A
Georgia
186,352
N/A
N/A
New Jersey
181,660
N/A
N/A
Illinois
180,118
178,837
1,281
Arizona
174,010
174,010
0
North Carolina
122,148
N/A
N/A
Massachusetts
117,612
109,787
7,825
Louisiana
116,280
N/A
N/A
Pennsylvania
112,936
109,779
3,157
Tennessee
105,959
104,778
1,181
Ohio
91,159
86,333
4,826
Virginia
90,801
87,367
3,434
Michigan
90,574
81,621
8,953
Maryland
89,365
N/A
N/A
South Carolina
89,016
88,523
493
Alabama
87,867
85,409
2,458
Indiana
66,154
N/A
N/A
Mississippi
59,881
59,002
879
Wisconsin
56,934
52,940
3,994
Washington
55,803
N/A
N/A
Minnesota
55,188
N/A
N/A
Missouri
50,323
N/A
N/A
Connecticut
49,810
47,854
1,956
Nevada
48,312
N/A
N/A
Colorado
46,809
43,626
3,183
Iowa
44,582
N/A
N/A
Arkansas
42,511
N/A
N/A
Utah
40,797
40,458
339
Oklahoma
39,105
36,487
2,618
Kentucky
30,151
28,404
1,747
Kansas
27,812
27,171
641
Nebraska
26,211
N/A
N/A
Idaho
20,721
19,463
1,258
New Mexico
20,600
N/A
N/A
Rhode Island
19,022
N/A
N/A
Oregon
18,493
17,541
952
Puerto Rico
17,872
6,543
11,329
Delaware
14,877
13,880
997
District of Columbia
12,126
N/A
N/A
South Dakota
8,764
N/A
N/A
West Virginia
6,642
6,502
140
North Dakota
6,602
N/A
N/A
New Hampshire
6,583
N/A
N/A
Montana
3,965
3,965
0
Maine
3,937
3,516
421
Alaska
2,990
N/A
N/A
Wyoming
2,726
2,254
472
Hawaii
1,989
N/A
N/A
Vermont
1,414
N/A
N/A
Virgin Islands
421
N/A
N/A
Guam
356
N/A
N/A
Northern Mariana Islands
42
42
0

 

State/Territory Cases in Last 7 Days
Florida
67,560
California
58,254
Texas
51,120
Georgia
24,951
Arizona
17,709
Tennessee
16,881
North Carolina
13,153
Louisiana
12,546
Alabama
11,731
Missouri
10,971
Illinois
10,419
South Carolina
10,409
Oklahoma
9,757
Ohio
9,413
Mississippi
8,784
Nevada
8,172
Virginia
7,192
Maryland
6,311
Pennsylvania
6,311
Wisconsin
6,207
Indiana
5,556
Michigan
5,502
Arkansas
5,262
Washington
4,979
Minnesota
4,897
Kentucky
4,220
Colorado
3,829
Idaho
3,457
Puerto Rico
3,332
New Jersey
3,315
Iowa
3,311
Utah
3,116
Kansas
2,703
Massachusetts
2,627
New York*
2,608
Oregon
2,389
New Mexico
2,125
Nebraska
2,037
New York City*
1,963
Connecticut
1,034
West Virginia
947
North Dakota
866
Rhode Island
798
Alaska
741
Montana
718
Delaware
675
South Dakota
564
Hawaii
540
District of Columbia
477
Wyoming
321
New Hampshire
208
Maine
180
Virgin Islands
69
Vermont
29
Guam
19
Northern Mariana Islands
4

 

154,320 US deaths attributed, 

State/Territory Total Deaths Confirmed Probable
New York City*
23,536
18,910
4,626
New Jersey
15,819
13,944
1,875
California
9,005
N/A
N/A
New York*
8,841
N/A
N/A
Massachusetts
8,609
8,389
220
Illinois
7,692
7,495
197
Pennsylvania
7,204
N/A
N/A
Florida
6,843
N/A
N/A
Texas
6,569
N/A
N/A
Michigan
6,450
6,199
251
Connecticut
4,432
3,551
881
Louisiana
3,949
3,835
114
Georgia
3,752
N/A
N/A
Arizona
3,694
3,694
0
Maryland
3,506
3,374
132
Ohio
3,489
3,222
267
Indiana
2,965
2,765
200
Virginia
2,215
2,105
110
North Carolina
1,924
N/A
N/A
Colorado
1,838
1,498
340
South Carolina
1,712
1,647
65
Mississippi
1,693
1,648
45
Minnesota
1,646
1,606
40
Alabama
1,581
1,533
48
Washington
1,564
N/A
N/A
Missouri
1,243
N/A
N/A
Tennessee
1,060
1,023
37
Rhode Island
1,007
N/A
N/A
Wisconsin
941
934
7
Iowa
867
N/A
N/A
Nevada
856
N/A
N/A
Kentucky
735
731
4
New Mexico
642
N/A
N/A
District of Columbia
585
N/A
N/A
Delaware
585
515
70
Oklahoma
541
541
0
Arkansas
453
N/A
N/A
New Hampshire
415
N/A
N/A
Kansas
358
N/A
N/A
Nebraska
332
N/A
N/A
Oregon
322
316
6
Utah
307
307
0
Puerto Rico
225
115
110
Idaho
189
166
23
South Dakota
130
130
0
Maine
123
N/A
N/A
West Virginia
116
N/A
N/A
North Dakota
103
N/A
N/A
Montana
60
60
0
Vermont
57
N/A
N/A
Hawaii
26
N/A
N/A
Wyoming
26
26
0
Alaska
23
N/A
N/A
Virgin Islands
8
N/A
N/A
Guam
5
N/A
N/A
Northern Mariana Islands
2
2
0

 

State/Territory Death Rate per 100,000
New York City*
280
New Jersey
178
Massachusetts
125
Connecticut
124
Rhode Island
95
Louisiana
85
District of Columbia
83
New York*
79
Michigan
65
Delaware
60
Illinois
60
Maryland
58
Mississippi
57
Pennsylvania
56
Arizona
52
Indiana
44
Georgia
36
South Carolina
34
Alabama
32
Colorado
32
Florida
32
New Hampshire
31
New Mexico
31
Ohio
30
Minnesota
29
Nevada
28
Iowa
27
Virginia
26
California
23
Texas
23
Washington
21
Missouri
20
North Carolina
19
Nebraska
17
Kentucky
16
Tennessee
16
Wisconsin
16
Arkansas
15
South Dakota
15
North Dakota
14
Oklahoma
14
Kansas
12
Idaho
11
Utah
10
Maine
9
Vermont
9
Oregon
8
Virgin Islands
8
Puerto Rico
7
Montana
6
West Virginia
6
Wyoming
5
Northern Mariana Islands
4
Alaska
3
Guam
3
Hawaii
2

 

Tonight's numbers, August 1.

 

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I am curious as to how people who test positive can get the test over and over until they test negative. Then they can go back to work. As fast as wisconsin is running the people through to get the numbers up, I doubt if the multiple tests on each person is counted as only one positive. B)  Do I trust our govt to be honest? Not on your life! Do I know anyone who has tested positive? No. Do I know any extended family/friends who have tested positive? No. But I know of four local folks who have committed suicide from the stress and devestated their surviving family members. I also know that we're losing military veterans at 22 per day and steadily climbing. I know friends who died in retirement centers because they could not get medical help. I also know that our hospitals are almost empty and going broke as they furlough their medical staff. Why have other counries not isolated and have stellar numbers?

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I looked at Wisconsin's state map.  It shows a contiguous nine-county tract with zero deaths and several pairs of counties with zero deaths and what looks like less than fifty cases per county.  It is perfectly logical for you to believe the way you do, but it would not be logical for me to agree with you.

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I've appreciated our governor trying to special design variances for our state's counties with low population density.  Low to zero COVID numbers have different rules than high number areas.  It's more work than slapping on a One Size Fits All policy.  But I give him credit for that!! 

 

They trace where the outbreaks happen....is it bars...or casinos....or the local college?  One hair cut place has an outbreak....they close down, sanitize/quarantine and wait.  They don't shut down all businesses of that type.  They don't shut down EVERYONE ....but work with the activities/locations that caused an outbreak.  

 

Colorado's major population cities have had a mess, of course.  For me, I'm glad to never be in those areas.

 

MtRider  :behindsofa: 

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On July 16, Florida had a total of 23,170 children ages 17 and under who had tested positive since the beginning of the pandemic, according to the Florida Department of Health. By July 24, that number jumped to 31,150.  That's a 34% increase in new cases among children in eight days.  As of July 16, 246 children had been hospitalized with coronavirus. By July 24, that number had jumped to 303. That's a 23% increase in child Covid-19 hospitalizations in eight days.  During that same time period, the death toll among children in Florida went from 4 to 5.  On July 18, Kimora "Kimmie" Lynum died from Covid-19 complications, according to state health department records. The 9-year-old girl's family said Kimmie had no known pre-existing conditions.
The surges in child Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations come amid rampant debate over whether children should return to classrooms this fall, or if they should continue remote learning.   They also directly contradict US Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos' claims that children are "stoppers of the disease" who "don't get it and transmit it themselves."  Researchers in South Korea found that young people between ages 10 and 19 transmit the virus just as easily as adults.  But it's not just the numbers of new cases and hospitalizations that are rising in Florida. The test positivity rate among children has gone up, too -- from 13.4% to 14.4% between July 16 and 24, according to the state health department.  The test positivity rate for children was particularly high in Martin County (25.3%) and Miami-Dade County (19.6%).
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