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13 hours ago, Mt_Rider said:

https://uspopulation2020.com/population-of-north-dakota-2020-population-growth-demography-and-facts.html

 

QUOTE:  North Dakota Population 2020 – 803,686.2 (Estimated) 

 

So approximately one thousand people have died in North Dakota.  [is my math right?]  Anyway, I wonder what the ratio is for other states?  North Dakota is a poor state with likely inadequate medical care.....  Distances to travel to get to medical centers.  And as our Governor stated months ago when CO passed the one thousand mark:  Every number has a name.  :(  

 

MtRider  :pc_coffee:  .....TRYING to keep our four names off that list but folks keep going to the stores!!!  :shakinghead: 

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Last week the average death rate in the US was just above 2200 a day, and acknowledged cases per day topped 200,000 on average. .  The death rate will continue to get worse as the fallout from Thanksgiving visiting settles in, but the case numbers could go up or down (or stay the same) depending on how they decide to handle testing between now and the inauguration.

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14 hours ago, The WE2's said:

If I remember right, the CDC said they were not tracking "seasonal" flu...only CV19. 

If they said that, they've changed their mind.  They have announced the first pediatric death from seasonal flu, for example.

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On 12/16/2020 at 5:43 AM, Ambergris said:

Usually the flu hits very hard right after Thanksgiving.  The two theories are that 1) some flu is being counted as Covid and 2) social distancing is suppressing spread of flu.  

 

I've been thinking both of those theories may be correct. 

 

Yeah....seasonal flu.  Most of us were a bit shocked to finally notice how many die of that yearly.  Since DH and I rarely get anything like colds or "flu"....I have never paid much attention.  :rolleyes:  ......and then the 2020 New Year's bells had barely stopped ringing when we both went down.  Unpleasant but not too bad.  Fever chills mostly tho it made us remember why we specifically take care [and supplements] to NOT get this stuff.  Only a few days for DH but then 3 wks of fatigue.  And of course I moved quickly into that nasty bronchitis.....one reason for me to stay away from ANY illness. 

 

MtRider  :behindsofa: 

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State/Territory Cases in Last 7 Days
California 250,523
Texas 84,291
Pennsylvania 74,052
Florida 70,548
Ohio 64,654
Tennessee 61,323
Illinois 58,170
New York* 46,707
Arizona 46,618
Georgia 42,840
Indiana 42,433
North Carolina 41,347
Michigan 34,397
New Jersey 33,589
Massachusetts 32,992
Oklahoma 27,059
Wisconsin 25,982
Alabama 25,453
Virginia 25,050
Washington 24,402
Colorado 24,370
New York City* 23,135
Minnesota 22,693
Missouri 22,192
Kentucky 21,557
South Carolina 20,675
Utah 18,170
Maryland 18,129
Nevada 17,764
Connecticut 17,233
Louisiana 16,631
Mississippi 14,949
Arkansas 14,852
Kansas 14,766
Iowa 11,503
New Mexico 11,407
Oregon 9,335
Idaho 9,249
West Virginia 8,387
Nebraska 8,179
Rhode Island 6,938
New Hampshire 5,841
Delaware 5,536
Puerto Rico 5,293
South Dakota 4,580
Montana 4,511
Alaska 3,699
Maine 3,043
Wyoming 2,425
North Dakota 1,979
District of Columbia 1,748
Hawaii 811
Vermont 724
Virgin Islands 145
Guam 131

 

 

State/Territory Average Daily Cases per 100k in Last 7 Days
Tennessee 129.4
Oklahoma 98
Rhode Island 93.7
Arizona 92.9
Indiana 90.6
California 90.5
Nevada 83.6
Pennsylvania 82.6
Utah 82.1
Delaware 81.8
Ohio 79
New Mexico 77.8
Idaho 75.3
Alabama 74.4
South Dakota 74.2
Kansas 72.5
Alaska 71.7
Mississippi 71.5
Arkansas 70.4
Connecticut 68.9
Kentucky 68.9
Massachusetts 68.3
West Virginia 66.4
Illinois 65.2
Wisconsin 63.9
New Hampshire 61.5
Colorado 61.1
Montana 60.7
Nebraska 60.6
Wyoming 60
New York* 59.9
Georgia 58.2
South Carolina 58.1
Minnesota 57.8
North Carolina 56.9
New Jersey 53.9
Iowa 52.1
Missouri 51.8
Louisiana 51
Michigan 49.2
Florida 47.3
Washington 46.3
Maryland 42.9
Texas 42
Virginia 42
New York City* 39.4
North Dakota 37.2
District of Columbia 35.6
Maine 32.5
Oregon 31.8
Puerto Rico 23.7
Virgin Islands 19.8
Vermont 16.5
Guam 11.3
Hawaii 8.2
State/Territory Deaths in Last 7 Days
Pennsylvania 1,406
Texas 1,313
California 1,238
Illinois 1,164
Michigan 882
Florida 742
Indiana 595
Ohio 590
New York* 564
Colorado 517
Tennessee 497
Minnesota 466
New Jersey 461
Arizona 449
Missouri 416
Wisconsin 351
Massachusetts 339
Iowa 333
North Carolina 318
Kansas 312
Georgia 307
Maryland 307
Arkansas 288
Nevada 269
Louisiana 249
Oklahoma 246
Mississippi 237
New Mexico 226
Connecticut 221
Virginia 218
Alabama 213
New York City* 192
Washington 192
South Carolina 188
Nebraska 154
South Dakota 153
Oregon 152
Kentucky 144
West Virginia 138
Idaho 128
Utah 101
North Dakota 92
Rhode Island 86
Puerto Rico 85
Montana 65
New Hampshire 55
Alaska 31
Maine 31
Delaware 30
Wyoming 29
Vermont 19
District of Columbia 16
Hawaii 12
Guam 4
State/Territory Deaths in Last 7 Days per 100K
South Dakota 2.5
North Dakota 1.7
Pennsylvania 1.6
Iowa 1.5
Kansas 1.5
New Mexico 1.5
Arkansas 1.4
Colorado 1.3
Illinois 1.3
Indiana 1.3
Michigan 1.3
Nevada 1.3
Minnesota 1.2
Rhode Island 1.2
Mississippi 1.1
Nebraska 1.1
Tennessee 1.1
West Virginia 1.1
Idaho 1
Missouri 1
Arizona 0.9
Connecticut 0.9
Montana 0.9
Oklahoma 0.9
Wisconsin 0.9
Louisiana 0.8
Massachusetts 0.7
Maryland 0.7
New Jersey 0.7
New York* 0.7
Ohio 0.7
Texas 0.7
Wyoming 0.7
Alaska 0.6
Alabama 0.6
New Hampshire 0.6
California 0.5
Florida 0.5
Kentucky 0.5
Oregon 0.5
South Carolina 0.5
Utah 0.5
Delaware 0.4
Georgia 0.4
North Carolina 0.4
Puerto Rico 0.4
Virginia 0.4
Vermont 0.4
Washington 0.4
District of Columbia 0.3
Guam 0.3
Maine 0.3
New York City* 0.3
Hawaii 0.1

 

US "confirmed" cases:
Date              New Cases  7-Day Moving Avg
Dec 16 2020    236913    212144
Dec 15 2020    201776    211356
Dec 14 2020    204748    213537
Dec 13 2020    181032    210890
Dec 12 2020    213305    209940
Dec 11 2020    244011    209038
Dec 10 2020    203225    204765
Dec 9  2020    231396    207046
Dec 8  2020    217046    202021
Dec 7  2020    186215    196500
Dec 6  2020    174387    191615
Dec  5 2020    206992    188504
Dec  4 2020    214099    179410
Dec  3 2020    219187    173452
Dec  2 2020    196227    163128
Dec  1 2020    178395    161041
Nov 30 2020    152022    159167
Nov 29 2020    152608    159954
Nov 28 2020    143333    159273
Nov 27 2020    172398    165167
Nov 26 2020    146913    168064
Nov 25 2020    181619    173518
Nov 24 2020    165282    171157
Nov 23 2020    157531    171028
Nov 22 2020    147840    170217
Nov 21 2020    184591    168815
Nov 20 2020    192673    164850
Nov 19 2020    185095    163230
Nov 18 2020    165087    159392
Nov 17 2020    164382    156380
Nov 16 2020    151855    152438
Nov 15 2020    138025    148381
Nov 14 2020    156838    143705
Nov 13 2020    181330    134751
Nov 12 2020    158230    127969
Nov 11 2020    144000    122291
Nov 10 2020    136789    117069
Nov 9  2020    123455    110214
Nov 8  2020    105294    104951
Nov 7  2020    94164    99872
Nov 6  2020    133854    99134
Nov 5  2020    118482    94323
Nov 4  2020    107447    90329
Nov 3  2020    88808    86782
Nov 2  2020    86608    84485
Nov 1  2020    69742    81252
Oct 31 2020    89002    80324
Oct 30 2020    100177    79603
Oct 29 2020    90524    77227
Oct 28 2020    82615    74957
Oct 27 2020    72731    72290
Oct 26 2020    63977    70585
Oct 25 2020    63243    70080
Oct 24 2020    83958    67777
Oct 23 2020    83546    63441
Oct 22 2020    74632    61573
Oct 21 2020    63945    60013
Oct 20 2020    60798    59483
Oct 19 2020    60443    57625
Oct 18 2020    47119    55689
Oct 17 2020    53610    55522
Oct 16 2020    70466    55529
Oct 15 2020    63710    53845
Oct 14 2020    60238    52656
Oct 13 2020    47791    51671
Oct 12 2020    46893    50566
Oct 11 2020    45949    49568
Oct 10 2020    53660    48249
Oct 9  2020    58677    47654
Oct 8  2020    55384    46474
Oct 7  2020    53348    45320
Oct 6  2020    40052    44201
Oct 5  2020    39909    44071
Oct 4  2020    36719    43248
Oct 3  2020    49490    43215
Oct 2  2020    50421    43277
Oct 1  2020    47304    42742
Sep 30 2020    45515    42091
Sep 29 2020    39141    41534
Sep 28 2020    34151    43065
Sep 27 2020    36488    43837
Sep 26 2020    49922    43970
Sep 25 2020    46674    42915
Sep 24 2020    42749    43284
Sep 23 2020    41616    43495
Sep 22 2020    49860    43573
Sep 21 2020    39554    41421
Sep 20 2020    37415    40698
Sep 19 2020    42543    40421
Sep 18 2020    49254    40133
Sep 17 2020    44228    39747
Sep 16 2020    42163    38845
Sep 15 2020    34794    37579
Sep 14 2020    34494    35968
Sep 13 2020    35477    34800
Sep 12 2020    40523    34637
Sep 11 2020    46552    35344

 

US deaths:

Date         New Deaths 7-Day Moving Avg
Dec 16 2020    3435    2523
Dec 15 2020    2960    2520
Dec 14 2020    1766    2463
Dec 13 2020    1448    2430
Dec 12 2020    2283    2383
Dec 11 2020    3013    2387
Dec 10 2020    2760    2305
Dec 9  2020    3411     2319
Dec 8  2020    2566    2226
Dec 7  2020    1532    2211
Dec 6  2020    1118     2171
Dec 5  2020    2310    2138
Dec 4  2020    2439    1981
Dec 3  2020    2861    1816
Dec 2  2020    2762    1607
Dec 1  2020    2461     1536
Nov 30 2020    1251    1469
Nov 29 2020    885     1441
Nov 28 2020    1210    1441
Nov 27 2020    1283    1479
Nov 26 2020    1397    1565
Nov 25 2020    2271    1658
Nov 24 2020    1989    1595
Nov 23 2020    1058    1540
Nov 22 2020    882     1498
Nov 21 2020    1476    1466
Nov 20 2020    1885    1434
Nov 19 2020    2045    1357
Nov 18 2020    1836    1296
Nov 17 2020    1602    1177
Nov 16 2020    762     1214
Nov 15 2020    660     1206
Nov 14 2020    1252    1180
Nov 13 2020    1342    1154
Nov 12 2020    1620    1136
Nov 11 2020    1006    1066
Nov 10 2020    1859    1086
Nov 9  2020    704       976
Nov 8  2020    480       949
Nov 7  2020    1072     938
Nov 6  2020    1211     909
Nov 5  2020    1135     880
Nov 4  2020    1141     869
Nov 3  2020    1095     857
Nov 2  2020    510       829
Nov 1  2020    405       826
Oct 31 2020    869       822
Oct 30 2020    1009     816
Oct 29 2020    1055      807
Oct 28 2020    1060      801
Oct 27 2020    901        803
Oct 26 2020    483        797
Oct 25 2020    380        802
Oct 24 2020    828        815
Oct 23 2020    946        782
Oct 22 2020    1009        790
Oct 21 2020    1076        773
Oct 20 2020    863         738
Oct 19 2020    513          721
Oct 18 2020    475          696
Oct 17 2020    593          699
Oct 16 2020    1001         697
Oct 15 2020    892          686
Oct 14 2020    831          699
Oct 13 2020    748          708
Oct 12 2020    338          698
Oct 11 2020    494           701
Oct 10 2020    577           684
Oct 9  2020    926           702
Oct 8  2020    979           687
Oct 7  2020    900           675
Oct 6  2020    672           694
Oct 5  2020    361           708
Oct 4  2020    378           695
Oct 3  2020    703           684
Oct 2  2020    816           705
Oct 1  2020    900           707
Sep 30 2020   1030       709
Sep 29 2020    774         728
Sep 28 2020    270         733
Sep 27 2020    295         757
Sep 26 2020    853         755
Sep 25 2020    828         728
Sep 24 2020    919         748
Sep 23 2020    1158        735
Sep 22 2020    813         746
Sep 21 2020    438         767
Sep 20 2020    281         759
Sep 19 2020    664         792
Sep 18 2020    963         813
Sep 17 2020    832         823
Sep 16 2020    1231        860
Sep 15 2020    961          843
Sep 14 2020    387          772
Sep 13 2020    510          741
Sep 12 2020    807          734
Sep 11 2020    1035         747

 

Cumulative cases by country:

17,176,796 US
9,956,557 India
7,110,434 Brazil
2,736,727 Russia
2,483,524 France
1,955,680 Turkey
1,954,268 United Kingdom
1,906,377 Italy
1,785,421 Spain
1,524,372 Argentina
1,468,795 Colombia
1,438,438 Germany
1,277,499 Mexico
1,171,854 Poland
1,138,530 Iran
989,457 Peru
957,692 Ukraine
892,813 South Africa
662,925 Netherlands
643,508 Indonesia
615,058 Belgium
602,404 Czechia
580,449 Iraq
578,732 Chile
577,446 Romania
496,975 Bangladesh
491,909 Canada
454,447 Philippines
448,522 Pakistan
409,746 Morocco
399,511 Switzerland
367,975 Israel
362,616 Portugal
360,516 Saudi Arabia
357,466 Sweden
332,828 Austria
291,549 Hungary
287,730 Serbia
269,806 Jordan
251,692 Nepal
204,249 Ecuador
201,368 Georgia
199,947 Panama
191,460 Azerbaijan
190,913 Japan
189,866 United Arab Emirates
188,837 Kazakhstan
188,288 Bulgaria
186,963 Croatia
167,731 Belarus
157,305 Dominican Republic
155,263 Costa Rica
153,049 Lebanon
151,392 Armenia
148,214 Bolivia
147,192 Kuwait
142,133 Slovakia
141,557 Qatar
131,919 Moldova
131,435 Guatemala
128,710 Greece
127,019 Oman
124,366 Denmark
123,701 Egypt
118,481 Ethiopia
117,755 West Bank and Gaza
115,966 Tunisia
115,317 Honduras
113,082 Burma
108,717 Venezuela
104,087 Bosnia and Herzegovina
103,028 Lithuania
102,043 Slovenia
96,209 Paraguay
94,722 China
93,933 Algeria
93,405 Kenya
93,283 Libya
89,743 Bahrain
89,133 Malaysia
78,415 Kyrgyzstan
77,678 Ireland
76,251 North Macedonia
76,207 Nigeria
75,538 Uzbekistan
58,377 Singapore
53,553 Ghana
51,424 Albania
49,378 Afghanistan
47,499 Kosovo
46,453 Korea, South
43,279 Luxembourg
42,995 Montenegro
42,519 Norway
42,397 El Salvador
35,387 Sri Lanka
32,228 Finland
29,361 Uganda
28,535 Latvia
28,073 Australia
25,472 Cameroon
22,265 Sudan
21,772 Cote d'Ivoire
20,004 Estonia
18,504 Zambia
17,607 Namibia
17,587 Madagascar
17,451 Senegal
17,256 Mozambique
16,484 Angola
16,190 Cyprus
15,089 Congo (Kinshasa)
13,485 Guinea
13,418 Maldives
13,014 Botswana
12,852 Tajikistan
11,968 Jamaica
11,805 Mauritania
11,749 Zimbabwe
11,502 Cabo Verde
11,475 Malta
10,893 Uruguay
9,771 Cuba
9,759 Syria
9,672 Belize
9,627 Haiti
9,373 Gabon
7,714 Bahamas
7,466 Andorra
7,093 Eswatini
7,032 Rwanda
6,940 Trinidad and Tobago
6,200 Congo (Brazzaville)
6,138 Malawi
6,049 Mali
6,042 Guyana
5,938 Nicaragua
5,770 Djibouti
5,588 Iceland
5,401 Suriname
5,214 Equatorial Guinea
4,936 Central African Republic
4,662 Somalia
4,611 Burkina Faso
4,281 Thailand
3,786 Gambia
3,330 Togo
3,222 South Sudan
3,152 Benin
2,464 Sierra Leone
2,447 Guinea-Bissau
2,417 Niger
2,400 Lesotho
2,100 New Zealand
2,087 Yemen
2,049 San Marino
1,818 Chad
1,779 Liberia
1,635 Liechtenstein
1,407 Vietnam
1,011 Sao Tome and Principe
923 Mongolia
760 Papua New Guinea
751 Burundi
741 Eritrea
700 Monaco
643 Comoros
524 Mauritius
509 Tanzania
440 Bhutan
362 Cambodia
305 Barbados
278 Saint Lucia
202 Seychelles
152 Brunei
151 Antigua and Barbuda
100 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
88 Dominica
85 Grenada
46 Fiji
41 Laos
31 Timor-Leste
28 Saint Kitts and Nevis
27 Holy See
17 Solomon Islands
4 Marshall Islands
2 Samoa
1 Vanuatu

 

US deaths:  310, 291.  

 

Today's numbers, December 17, 2020.

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Russia, fourth one down, China in the ninety thousands.  Probably both imaginary numbers.  But I suspect lots of them are.  You learn more from how the numbers move than from what any one absolute number is.  India has hugely dropped its numbers, from whatever it was to whatever it is.  All imaginary numbers but the drop in the number is probably real.

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This was a troubling headline.  :sigh:  But perhaps not so surprising.  Being out in the boonies, we don't have a much of this.  I consider that a good thing except I don't wish to be uninformed about other areas.  

 

https://news.yahoo.com/overdose-deaths-far-outpace-covid-190713845.html

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A record 621 people died of drug overdoses in San Francisco so far this year, a staggering number that far outpaces the 173 deaths from COVID-19 the city has seen thus far.

 

BOLD is mine

 

MtRider ...the other pandemic  :pray: 

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Article about new variants in London and South Africa.  

Marc Santora
Wed, December 23, 2020, 7:58 AM EST
LONDON — As nation after nation rushed this week to close their borders with Britain, the moves brought back memories of the way the world reacted after the coronavirus first emerged broadly in the spring. Most of those initial travel prohibitions came too late, put in place after the virus had already seeded itself in communities far and wide.

This time, with countries trying to stop the spread of a new possibly more contagious, coronavirus variant identified by Britain, it may also be too late. It is not known how widely the variant is already circulating, experts say, and the bans threaten to cause more economic and emotional hardship as the toll wrought by the virus continues to grow.

“It is idiotic” was the blunt assessment of Dr. Peter Kremsner, the director of Tübingen University Hospital in Germany. “If this mutant was only on the island, only then does it make sense to close the borders to England, Scotland and Wales. But if it has spread, then we have to combat the new mutant everywhere.”

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He noted that the scientific understanding of the mutation was limited, and its dangers unclear, and described as naive the notion that the variant was not already spreading widely outside Britain.

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At the same time, a separate variant of the virus is causing concern as it spreads in South Africa.[emphasis added by Ambergris who had not been aware of this one] At least five nations — Germany, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Switzerland and Turkey — have barred travelers coming from South Africa.

Sweden blocked travel from Denmark after reports that the British variant had been detected there. And Saudi Arabia went even further, suspending all international air travel into the kingdom for at least a week.

The South Africa variant became the subject of intense scientific research after doctors there found that people infected with it carry a heightened viral load — a higher concentration of the virus in their upper respiratory tract. In many viral diseases, this is associated with more severe symptoms.

Because it is not known how widely the two variants are spreading, it is impossible to assess what effects the attempts to isolate Britain and South Africa will have on containing them.

With its sophisticated genomic surveillance efforts, Britain has sequenced about 150,000 coronavirus genomes in an effort to identify mutations. That’s about half of the world’s genomic data about the virus, said Sharon Peacock, the director of the COVID-19 Genomics U.K. Consortium and a professor of microbiology at the University of Cambridge.

“If you’re going to find something anywhere, you’re going to find it probably here first,” Peacock said. “If this occurs in places that don’t have any sequencing, you’re not going to find it at all,” she added, unless they carried out other tests that have proved useful in identifying the variant.

In Wales, a country of 3 million people, geneticists have sequenced more coronavirus genomes in the last week than scientists have examined during the entire pandemic in France, a country of 67 million, said Thomas Connor, a professor who specializes in pathogen variation at Cardiff University.

“It is probable that similar variants are popping up around the world,” he said. “And there are variants that are likely to be popping up in other places which are spreading locally and which would be completely unregarded because there’s no sequencing in place.”

British officials have said that the first case of the variant now spreading widely in the country was detected in Kent, in southeastern England, on Sept. 20. By November, around a quarter of cases in London — an international hub of commerce — involved the new variant. Just a few weeks later, the variant was estimated to be responsible for nearly two-thirds of cases in Greater London.

That means that by the time Prime Minister Boris Johnson addressed the nation Saturday night to announce severe new lockdown measures for millions of people in and around London, the variant had been spreading for months.

Officials in France and Germany acknowledged Tuesday that the variant might already be circulating in their countries. The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control said a few cases with the new variant had been detected in Denmark, Iceland and the Netherlands. And health officials in Australia and Italy have reported cases in travelers from Britain.

Those who support the travel bans said they could play a role in keeping cases of new variants lower.

“Numbers matter,” Emma Hodcroft, a researcher at the University of Bern in Switzerland, wrote on Twitter. “The number of people with the new variant in continental Europe is likely still small: with testing, tracing, identification and restrictions, we might be able to prevent them from passing the virus on.”

If the variant does prove to be significantly more contagious than others in circulation and becomes more widespread, it could complicate global vaccination efforts.

Dr. Ugur Sahin, a co-founder of BioNTech, which, with Pfizer, developed the first vaccine approved in the West to combat the coronavirus, cautioned that it would be two weeks before full results from laboratory studies would allow for a fuller understanding of how the mutations might alter the vaccine’s effectiveness.

“We believe that there is no reason to be concerned until we get the data,” he said.

If an adapted vaccine were necessary, it could be ready within six weeks, Sahin told a news conference Tuesday. But it would require additional approval from regulators, which could increase the wait time, he said.

He also said that a more efficient virus would make it harder to achieve levels of immunity needed to end the pandemic.

“If the virus becomes more efficient in infecting people,” he said, “it might need even a higher vaccination rate to ensure that normal life can continue without interruption.”

This article originally appeared in The New York Times.

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State/Territory    Cases in Last 7 Days
California    307,304
Texas          109,807
Florida         77,010
Tennessee    64,954
Pennsylvania    63,825
Ohio              58,752
Illinois           48,951
New York St    47,115
Georgia          44,880
North Carolina    42,282
Arizona           41,097
Indiana           37,818
Oklahoma       31,752
Massachusetts    31,704
New Jersey    30,315
Michigan        28,335
Alabama         26,937
Virginia           26,173
New York City    24,798
Wisconsin       23,068
Washington    22,838
South Carolina    20,957
Missouri        20,713
Colorado        19,932
Kentucky       19,407
Louisiana      17,618
Minnesota    17,470
Utah              16,911
Nevada         16,472
Arkansas      16,050
Maryland      16,035
Kansas          14,582
Mississippi    14,391
Connecticut    13,385
Iowa                10,795
New Mexico    9,509
West Virginia    8,943
Oregon             8,745
Idaho                8,660
Nebraska         7,759
Puerto Rico      6,493
Rhode Island    6,160
New Hampshire    5,513
Delaware           4,599
Montana           4,021
South Dakota    3,720
Maine                 2,543
Alaska               2,403
Wyoming          2,343
North Dakota    2,060
District of Col.    1,702
Hawaii               900
Vermont            677
Virgin Islands     93
Guam                 89
No. Mar. Islands    3

State/Territory Average Daily Cases per 100k in Last 7 Days
Tennessee 137.1
Oklahoma 115
California 111
Rhode Island 83.2
Arizona 81.9
Indiana 80.7
Alabama 78.7
Nevada 77.6
Utah 76.4
Arkansas 76.1
Ohio 71.8
Kansas 71.6
Pennsylvania 71.2
West Virginia 70.8
Idaho 70.5
Mississippi 68.8
Delaware 67.9
Massachusetts 65.6
New Mexico 64.8
Kentucky 62.1
Georgia 61
New York* 60.4
South Dakota 60.2
South Carolina 58.9
North Carolina 58.2
New Hampshire 58.1
Wyoming 57.9
Nebraska 57.5
Wisconsin 56.7
Illinois 54.9
Texas 54.7
Montana 54.1
Louisiana 54
Connecticut 53.5
Florida 51.7
Colorado 50
Iowa 48.9
New Jersey 48.6
Missouri 48.3
Alaska 46.6
Minnesota 44.5
Virginia 43.9
Washington 43.3
New York City* 42.2
Michigan 40.5
North Dakota 38.7
Maryland 37.9
District of Columbia 34.6
Oregon 29.8
Puerto Rico 29
Maine 27.1
Vermont 15.4
Virgin Islands 12.7
Hawaii 9.1
Guam 7.7
Northern Mariana Islands 0.8

 

State/Territory Total Deaths Confirmed Probable
Texas 25,415 N/A N/A
New York City* 24,768 20,006 4,762
California 22,676 N/A N/A
Florida 20,680 N/A N/A
New Jersey 18,223 16,315 1,908
Illinois 16,527 15,299 1,228
Pennsylvania 13,981 N/A N/A
Michigan 12,153 11,532 621
Massachusetts 11,714 11,506 208
New York* 11,559 N/A N/A
Georgia 10,399 9,453 946
Ohio 8,122 7,423 699
Arizona 7,972 7,278 694
Indiana 7,438 7,101 337
Louisiana 7,107 6,775 332
North Carolina 6,240 5,940 300
Tennessee 6,136 5,427 709
Connecticut 5,676 4,590 1,086
Maryland 5,519 5,353 166
South Carolina 4,962 4,587 375
Missouri 4,947 N/A N/A
Minnesota 4,931 4,739 192
Wisconsin 4,751 4,425 326
Virginia 4,705 4,221 484
Mississippi 4,490 3,683 807
Alabama 4,389 3,849 540
Colorado 4,378 3,769 609
Iowa 3,589 N/A N/A
Arkansas 3,295 N/A N/A
Washington 3,106 N/A N/A
Nevada 2,787 N/A N/A
Kansas 2,448 N/A N/A
Kentucky 2,412 2,266 146
Oklahoma 2,251 2,115 136
New Mexico 2,180 N/A N/A
Rhode Island 1,670 N/A N/A
Nebraska 1,511 N/A N/A
Puerto Rico 1,391 1,150 241
South Dakota 1,381 1,124 257
Oregon 1,347 1,332 15
Idaho 1,301 1,151 150
North Dakota 1,238 N/A N/A
Utah 1,161 1,141 20
West Virginia 1,129 N/A N/A
Montana 881 881 0
Delaware 871 771 100
District of Columbia 742 N/A N/A
New Hampshire 656 N/A N/A
Wyoming 351 351 0
Maine 293 288 5
Hawaii 280 N/A N/A
Alaska 183 N/A N/A
Guam 121 N/A N/A
Vermont 111 N/A N/A
Virgin Islands 23 N/A N/A
Northern Mariana Islands 2 2 0

 

State/Territory cumulative  Death Rate per 100,000
New York City* 294
New Jersey 204
Massachusetts 169
North Dakota 162
Connecticut 158
Rhode Island 157
South Dakota 156
Louisiana 152
Mississippi 150
Illinois 129
Michigan 121
Iowa 113
Arizona 111
Indiana 111
Arkansas 109
Pennsylvania 109
District of Columbia 105
New Mexico 104
New York* 103
Georgia 98
Florida 97
South Carolina 97
Maryland 91
Nevada 91
Delaware 90
Tennessee 90
Alabama 89
Texas 88
Minnesota 87
Kansas 84
Montana 82
Wisconsin 81
Missouri 80
Nebraska 78
Colorado 76
Idaho 74
Guam 72
Ohio 69
West Virginia 62
North Carolina 60
Wyoming 60
California 57
Oklahoma 57
Virginia 55
Kentucky 53
New Hampshire 48
Puerto Rico 43
Washington 41
Utah 36
Oregon 32
Alaska 24
Maine 21
Virgin Islands 21
Hawaii 19
Vermont 17
Northern Mariana Islands 3

 

State/Territory Deaths in Last 7 Days
California 1,630
Texas 1,478
Pennsylvania 1,361
Illinois 1,072
Michigan 864
Florida 677
New York* 658
Arizona 614
Indiana 598
Tennessee 595
Ohio 571
New Jersey 448
Missouri 433
Minnesota 410
Colorado 409
Wisconsin 399
North Carolina 385
Massachusetts 371
Kansas 339
Iowa 316
Maryland 313
Arkansas 305
Georgia 295
Alabama 287
Louisiana 262
Nevada 239
Mississippi 238
Virginia 235
Connecticut 232
South Carolina 211
New York City* 207
New Mexico 202
Washington 201
Kentucky 188
Oregon 186
Oklahoma 182
West Virginia 151
South Dakota 122
Rhode Island 115
Idaho 107
Utah 99
Puerto Rico 97
Nebraska 93
North Dakota 68
Montana 63
Delaware 55
New Hampshire 52
Wyoming 30
Maine 29
District of Columbia 26
Vermont 15
Alaska 8
Hawaii 8
Guam 2
American Samoa 0
Federated States of Micronesia 0
Northern Mariana Islands 0
Palau 0
Republic of Marshall Islands 0
Virgin Islands 0
 
State/Territory Deaths in Last 7 Days per 100K
South Dakota 2
Kansas 1.7
Rhode Island 1.6
Arkansas 1.5
Pennsylvania 1.5
Iowa 1.4
New Mexico 1.4
Indiana 1.3
North Dakota 1.3
Tennessee 1.3
Arizona 1.2
Illinois 1.2
Michigan 1.2
West Virginia 1.2
Mississippi 1.1
Nevada 1.1
Colorado 1
Minnesota 1
Missouri 1
Wisconsin 1
Connecticut 0.9
Idaho 0.9
Montana 0.9
Alabama 0.8
Delaware 0.8
Louisiana 0.8
Massachusetts 0.8
New York* 0.8
Maryland 0.7
Nebraska 0.7
New Jersey 0.7
Ohio 0.7
Oklahoma 0.7
Texas 0.7
Wyoming 0.7
California 0.6
Kentucky 0.6
New Hampshire 0.6
Oregon 0.6
South Carolina 0.6
District of Columbia 0.5
Florida 0.5
North Carolina 0.5
Utah 0.5
Georgia 0.4
New York City* 0.4
Puerto Rico 0.4
Virginia 0.4
Washington 0.4
Maine 0.3
Vermont 0.3
Alaska 0.2
Guam 0.2
Hawaii 0.1

 

Today's numbers, midday, December 23, 2020.

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Some people down here are randomly freaking out because the overall numbers for Texas are so high.  Well, duh.  We have a ton of people.  If you look at the numbers per 100,000 people, however, we seem to be middle to low.

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On 12/20/2020 at 6:01 PM, Mt_Rider said:

This was a troubling headline.  :sigh:  But perhaps not so surprising.  Being out in the boonies, we don't have a much of this.  I consider that a good thing except I don't wish to be uninformed about other areas.  

 

https://news.yahoo.com/overdose-deaths-far-outpace-covid-190713845.html

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A record 621 people died of drug overdoses in San Francisco so far this year, a staggering number that far outpaces the 173 deaths from COVID-19 the city has seen thus far.

 

BOLD is mine

 

MtRider ...the other pandemic  :pray: 

Deaths of despair.

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3 hours ago, TheCG said:

Some people down here are randomly freaking out because the overall numbers for Texas are so high.  Well, duh.  We have a ton of people.  If you look at the numbers per 100,000 people, however, we seem to be middle to low.

 

That's why the per 100k needs to be posted, don't you think?  

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December is now the VA’s deadliest month for coronavirus as deaths top 6,000
Leo Shane III
2 days ago
December has been the deadliest month of the coronavirus pandemic for the Department of Veterans Affairs. And there is still more than a week left to go.

On Tuesday, VA officials reported at least 6,192 total deaths among patients connected with the department, up 1,170 since the start of December.

Previously, the department’s deadliest month of the pandemic was November, when 1,022 deaths were reported.

At least 2,347 of the VA deaths included inpatients who died at VA medical centers. More than a third of all VA deaths related to coronavirus complications have come in the last 50 days of the nine-month pandemic. (Emphasis added)
VA officials have dismissed month-to-month comparisons of the numbers, noting there could be lag times in reporting of some deaths.
In addition to the patient totals, at least 90 VA employees have died from coronavirus complications. VA officials have declined to say how many of those VA workers who died had direct contact with medical center patients or other veterans. Nationally, more than 317,000 Americans have died from health conditions linked to the virus.

On Monday, the administrator of the state-run veterans living facility in New Mexico was placed on administrative leave while officials there investigate whether proper coronavirus precautions were taken ahead of 21 resident deaths in recent weeks. An administrator of a state-run home in Illinois was fired earlier this month amid similar concerns after 32 veterans deaths there.

VA officials have offered assistance to several of those types of state-run facilities, but haven’t made clear if those type of deaths are included in their totals, since the individuals involved are not necessarily linked to federal VA medical services.

Within VA, active cases rose nearly 500 percent from the start of October to the end of November. They peaked at 17,757 on Dec. 11, when the department’s reports on coronavirus cases were removed from public view because of what officials called technical problems with the information.

Officials declined to release any new numbers until Tuesday, when active cases were reported down 15 percent from the last report.  VA leaders have downplayed spikes in coronavirus deaths and cases in recent months, saying that percentages of veterans who need hospitalization because of coronavirus complications has remained consistent or decreased as total cases have risen.

The number of VA inpatients at medical facilities across the country rose to 1,318 last week, more than double the total in early November.

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Yeah....this is why one does not want to place any of their elder folks "in a home" right now.....VA or otherwise.  Congregated living....no matter how well run....just spreads things in the best of times.  College dorms too....but the young usually have more robust immune systems.  :( 

 

MtRider  :pray:  

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