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State/Territory Cases in Last 7 Days
California 273,232
Texas 135,569
Florida 103,846
New York* 66,638
Arizona 64,386
Georgia 57,178
North Carolina 53,201
Pennsylvania 52,762
Ohio 52,688
Tennessee 47,435
Illinois 44,656
New York City* 37,775
New Jersey 37,022
Indiana 35,014
Massachusetts 33,743
Virginia 33,150
South Carolina 30,605
Alabama 28,004
Michigan 27,126
Kentucky 26,168
Oklahoma 24,295
Louisiana 22,779
Arkansas 20,778
Utah 20,705
Wisconsin 20,070
Missouri 19,856
Maryland 19,387
Colorado 18,826
Washington 17,260
Connecticut 17,050
Nevada 16,064
Mississippi 15,279
Kansas 14,385
Minnesota 14,268
Iowa 11,084
West Virginia 10,668
New Mexico 8,955
Rhode Island 8,642
Oregon 7,176
Nebraska 6,793
Idaho 6,096
New Hampshire 5,233
Puerto Rico 5,013
Delaware 4,885
Maine 4,206
Montana 3,195
South Dakota 2,968
Alaska 2,199
District of Columbia 1,767
Wyoming 1,759
North Dakota 1,668
Hawaii 1,107
Vermont 991
Virgin Islands 94
Guam 91
Northern Mariana Islands 3

 

State/Territory Average Daily Cases per 100k in Last 7 Days
Arizona 126.4
Rhode Island 116.5
Tennessee 99.2
California 98.8
Arkansas 98.4
Utah 92.3
Oklahoma 87.7
New York* 86.1
West Virginia 85
South Carolina 84.9
Kentucky 83.7
Alabama 81.6
Georgia 76.9
Nevada 74.5
Indiana 74.3
Mississippi 73.3
North Carolina 72.5
Delaware 71.7
Kansas 70.5
Louisiana 70
Massachusetts 69.9
Florida 69.1
Connecticut 68.3
Texas 66.8
Ohio 64.4
New York City* 64.3
New Mexico 61
New Jersey 59.5
Pennsylvania 58.9
Virginia 55.5
New Hampshire 55
Illinois 50.3
Iowa 50.2
Nebraska 50.2
Wisconsin 49.2
Idaho 48.7
South Dakota 47.9
Colorado 46.7
Missouri 46.2
Maryland 45.8
Maine 44.7
Wyoming 43.4
Alaska 42.9
Montana 42.7
Michigan 38.8
Minnesota 36.1
District of Columbia 35.8
Washington 32.4
North Dakota 31.3
Oregon 24.3
Vermont 22.7
Puerto Rico 22.4
Virgin Islands 12.8
Hawaii 11.2
Guam 7.8
Northern Mariana Islands 0.8

 

State/Territory Deaths in Last 7 Days
California 2,659
Texas 1,501
Pennsylvania 1,201
Illinois 963
Arizona 877
New York* 859
Michigan 855
Florida 808
New Jersey 604
Tennessee 585
Indiana 560
Ohio 500
Massachusetts 477
North Carolina 465
South Carolina 365
Missouri 363
Georgia 296
Connecticut 292
Colorado 288
Kansas 286
Mississippi 285
Maryland 274
New York City* 266
Minnesota 258
Alabama 253
Arkansas 250
Louisiana 240
Wisconsin 235
Virginia 231
Kentucky 220
Nevada 214
New Mexico 203
West Virginia 180
Oklahoma 178
Washington 175
Iowa 174
Nebraska 160
Rhode Island 133
Oregon 91
Utah 90
Idaho 81
Maine 80
Montana 77
Puerto Rico 71
New Hampshire 69
South Dakota 56
Wyoming 51
North Dakota 43
District of Columbia 22
Delaware 19
Vermont 19
Alaska 17
Hawaii 11
Guam 3
Virgin Islands 1
State/Territory Average Daily Deaths per 100k in Last 7 Days
Rhode Island 1.8
Arizona 1.7
Kansas 1.4
Mississippi 1.4
New Mexico 1.4
West Virginia 1.4
Pennsylvania 1.3
Wyoming 1.3
Arkansas 1.2
Connecticut 1.2
Indiana 1.2
Michigan 1.2
Nebraska 1.2
Tennessee 1.2
Illinois 1.1
New York* 1.1
California 1
Massachusetts 1
Montana 1
New Jersey 1
Nevada 1
South Carolina 1
Maine 0.9
South Dakota 0.9
Iowa 0.8
Missouri 0.8
North Dakota 0.8
Alabama 0.7
Colorado 0.7
Idaho 0.7
Kentucky 0.7
Louisiana 0.7
Maryland 0.7
Minnesota 0.7
New Hampshire 0.7
Texas 0.7
North Carolina 0.6
Ohio 0.6
Oklahoma 0.6
Wisconsin 0.6
District of Columbia 0.5
Florida 0.5
New York City* 0.5
Georgia 0.4
Utah 0.4
Virginia 0.4
Vermont 0.4
Alaska 0.3
Delaware 0.3
Guam 0.3
Oregon 0.3
Puerto Rico 0.3
Washington 0.3
Hawaii 0.1
Virgin Islands 0.1

 

The 63 identified US cases caused by Variants on the main Covid:

California  32
Colorado 3
Connecticut 2
Florida 22
Georgia 1
New York 1
Pennsylvania 1
Texas 1
 

Today's numbers:  January 9, 2021.

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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

I saw on the news last night that roughly 20 campers are at the Des Moines Water Works Plant for critical workers to live in while they keep the plant running.  The employees will live in the campers,

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I've since looked again at that whole article about CA telling ambulance folks not to transport....... 

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Patients who are not to be transported to hospitals include those whose hearts have stopped and, despite efforts at resuscitation, have no signs of breathing, movement, a pulse or blood pressure and would be declared dead at the scene.

 

So.... I am retracting that part of my horror in a previous post.  That is different than the way I was taking it.  I believe usually it does take a medical doc/coroner/etc to declare someone deceased so this does put pressure on the ambulance folks....sadly.  :(  

 

MtRider   :pray: 

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On 1/6/2021 at 6:36 PM, Ambergris said:

It's filling up this state, like water filling a boot.

 

 

Take all cautions, Ambergris......and everyone in states with elevating numbers. 

 

A good friend was asked to fill in as executor {sp?}  of her elderly friend's will.....in case his son didn't make it.  Very bad case of COVID in Nebraska I think.  In his upper 40's/no comorbidity factors....been on all the ventilator and other scary procedures we've heard about and still, he's in grave danger.

 

MtRider  :pray: 

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From last week:

Coronavirus update: U.S. hits new tragic records in deaths, cases, hospitalizations
Anjalee Khemlani·Senior Reporter
Thu, January 7, 2021, 12:36 PM EST·2 min read
The U.S. crossed another tragic milestone Wednesday, hitting record numbers of cases, hospitalizations and deaths nationally.

Several reports show more than 260,000 cases and more than 4,100 deaths — the highest single-day numbers. Hospitalizations, meanwhile, surpassed 132,000 and continue to climb as health experts warn of a mid-January peak.
Vaccinations continue for priority throughout the country. While the federal government originally anticipated 20 million doses by the end of December, the nation is only nearing that number of shipments this week.

Acting Defense Sec. Chris Miller said in a statement that Operation Warp Speed is nearing 20 million.

“On behalf of Operation Warp Speed, I am proud to report that today, 811,600 additional vaccines were distributed to the American people. Today’s great work brings the total number of vaccine doses distributed to 19,633,525,” he said in a statement.

Meanwhile, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has been tracking the rate of vaccinations, which continue to be slower than anticipated — even as health leaders like National Institutes of Health director Francis Collins believe the country is on track for 1 million doses per day.

The latest report from the CDC shows that more than 5 million — or about 25% of the vaccines distributed— have been administered. In some instances, hesitancy from minorities and lower wage earners who are part of priority groups has contributed, some experts say.
U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams said states should move on to the next priority groups if the demand in the top group slows.

Meanwhile, questions still remain about the durability of protection from existing vaccines. Moderna (MRNA) CEO Stéphane Bancel said at an event Wednesday that he believes the company’s COVID-19 vaccine can last for “a couple of years.”

Experts previously said they expected several months efficacy at best. As more time passes from the first vaccinations, real world durability will unfold. Meanwhile, tests are ongoing to determine the effectiveness of the vaccines against the new U.K. and South Africa virus strains.

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I talked to a family member today. He is all excited about the flu vaccine. He thinks it is going to stop the spreading right away. Sigh. We already had 'the talk' about this. He knows where I stand. My age group can start getting it the 8th. of February in Ohio. Believe I'll wait. 

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An RN in Georgia told me she had to stand in line behind all sorts of admin types to get the first shot.  She's anxious about waiting through her two weeks to get the second.  Her county is heavily infected.

 

Cumulative cases reported by country:

22,619,053 US
10,479,179 India
8,131,612 Brazil
3,412,390 Russia
3,127,643 United Kingdom
2,845,030 France
2,336,476 Turkey
2,289,021 Italy
2,111,782 Spain
1,945,200 Germany
1,801,903 Colombia
1,730,921 Argentina
1,541,633 Mexico
1,395,779 Poland
1,299,022 Iran
1,246,643 South Africa
1,160,243 Ukraine
1,035,184 Peru
890,566 Netherlands
846,765 Indonesia
844,799 Czechia
673,271 Romania
672,931 Canada
665,223 Belgium
645,892 Chile
603,739 Iraq
524,020 Bangladesh
506,701 Pakistan
504,888 Israel
491,258 Philippines
489,471 Sweden
489,293 Portugal
484,506 Switzerland
452,988 Morocco

383,833 Austria
363,949 Saudi Arabia
361,782 Serbia
344,352 Hungary
308,670 Jordan
298,381 Japan
281,353 Panama
265,698 Nepal
241,637 Georgia
232,982 United Arab Emirates
224,827 Azerbaijan
222,391 Lebanon
221,506 Ecuador
220,982 Croatia
213,993 Belarus
211,479 Slovakia
210,086 Kazakhstan
209,131 Bulgaria
183,400 Denmark
183,282 Dominican Republic
180,061 Costa Rica
175,288 Bolivia
162,643 Armenia
162,350 Tunisia
161,348 Lithuania
154,841 Kuwait
152,539 Ireland
150,753 Egypt
149,662 Moldova
148,171 West Bank and Gaza
146,068 Qatar
145,179 Greece
143,243 Guatemala
141,573 Slovenia
141,533 Malaysia
131,186 Burma
130,944 Oman
128,701 Honduras
128,616 Ethiopia
116,983 Venezuela
116,535 Paraguay
115,758 Bosnia and Herzegovina
106,030 Libya
102,369 Algeria
101,331 Nigeria
98,334 Kenya
96,941 China
95,879 Bahrain
86,597 North Macedonia
82,495 Kyrgyzstan
77,663 Uzbekistan
69,651 Korea, South
63,971 Albania
58,946 Singapore
56,230 Ghana
55,903 Norway
53,982 Kosovo
53,584 Afghanistan
52,819 Montenegro
50,777 Latvia
48,949 Sri Lanka
48,905 El Salvador
48,027 Luxembourg
39,011 Finland
37,808 Uganda
34,138 Estonia
28,634 Australia
28,602 Namibia
28,596 Zambia
27,638 Cyprus
26,901 Uruguay
26,848 Cameroon
23,894 Cote d'Ivoire
23,316 Sudan
22,334 Mozambique
22,297 Zimbabwe
21,685 Senegal
19,707 Congo (Kinshasa)
18,254 Angola
18,001 Madagascar
16,768 Botswana
15,611 Mauritania
15,007 Cuba
14,529 Malta
14,159 Maldives
13,980 Guinea
13,637 Jamaica
13,308 Tajikistan
12,462 Syria
12,433 Cabo Verde
11,711 Eswatini
11,332 Belize
10,834 Thailand
10,386 Haiti
9,784 Rwanda
9,740 Gabon
9,027 Malawi
8,682 Andorra
8,279 Burkina Faso
8,004 Bahamas
7,664 Mali
7,273 Trinidad and Tobago
7,127 Congo (Brazzaville)
7,064 Suriname
6,588 Guyana
6,097 Nicaragua
5,937 Lesotho
5,912 Iceland
5,877 Djibouti
5,296 Equatorial Guinea
4,973 Central African Republic
4,726 Somalia
3,978 Togo
3,924 Niger
3,857 Gambia
3,662 South Sudan
3,363 Benin
2,846 Sierra Leone
2,667 San Marino
2,589 Chad
2,478 Guinea-Bissau
2,346 Liechtenstein
2,222 New Zealand
2,105 Yemen
1,779 Liberia
1,556 Eritrea
1,515 Vietnam
1,456 Mongolia
1,160 Comoros
1,070 Monaco
1,066 Sao Tome and Principe
1,019 Burundi
884 Barbados
834 Taiwan*
825 Bhutan
819 Papua New Guinea
583 Seychelles
545 Mauritius
509 Tanzania
462 Saint Lucia
392 Cambodia
253 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
176 Antigua and Barbuda
174 Brunei
132 Grenada
109 Dominica
53 Fiji
49 Timor-Leste
41 Laos
34 Saint Kitts and Nevis
27 Holy See
17 Solomon Islands
4 Marshall Islands
2 Samoa
1 Vanuatu

 

As of January 4, 2021, the tables and datasets on this page (below) include data from January 2020 through the present data period. Cumulative death totals will be higher than previous reports which were restricted to include data from the week ending February 1, 2020.

minus_m.pngTable 1. Deaths involving coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), pneumonia, and influenza reported to NCHS by week ending date, United States. Week ending 1/4/2020 to 1/9/2021.*

Updated January 11, 2021
Week ending date in which the death occurred All Deaths involving COVID-19 (U07.1)1 Deaths from All Causes Percent of Expected Deaths2 Deaths involving Pneumonia, with or without COVID-19, excluding Influenza deaths
(J12.0–J18.9)3
Deaths involving COVID-19 and Pneumonia, excluding Influenza
(U07.1 and J12.0–J18.9)3
All Deaths involving Influenza, with or without COVID-19 or Pneumonia
(J09–J11), includes COVID-19 or Pneumonia4
Deaths involving Pneumonia, Influenza, or COVID-19
(U07.1 or
J09–J18.9)5
Total Deaths 323,148 3,243,684 113 316,428 149,501 8,855 496,121
1/4/2020 1 60,155 98 4,104 1 434 2,822
1/11/2020 0 60,706 97 4,151 0 475 4,626
1/18/2020 3 59,347 97 4,063 2 467 4,531
1/25/2020 2 59,139 99 3,915 1 499 4,415
2/1/2020 0 58,797 99 3,815 0 481 4,296
2/8/2020 1 59,369 99 3,811 0 521 4,333
2/15/2020 0 58,782 100 3,838 0 560 4,398
2/22/2020 4 58,861 101 3,708 1 566 4,277
2/29/2020 9 59,272 103 3,833 5 656 4,493
3/7/2020 36 59,632 103 3,975 18 634 4,626
3/14/2020 56 58,630 103 3,969 28 626 4,622
3/21/2020 574 59,165 104 4,545 250 559 5,421
3/28/2020 3,173 62,961 113 6,180 1,434 445 8,313
4/4/2020 10,049 72,230 129 9,925 4,765 478 15,452
4/11/2020 16,213 79,003 143 12,001 7,232 473 21,116
4/18/2020 17,098 76,695 142 11,398 7,314 265 21,258
4/25/2020 15,466 73,823 138 10,382 6,609 144 19,286
5/2/2020 13,173 69,227 129 8,946 5,516 65 16,648
5/9/2020 11,191 66,753 127 7,833 4,711 48 14,351
5/16/2020 9,185 64,412 123 6,774 3,781 21 12,196
5/23/2020 7,201 61,551 118 5,891 2,972 24 10,139
5/30/2020 6,138 59,603 115 5,275 2,485 12 8,940
6/6/2020 5,018 58,819 112 4,895 2,147 11 7,777
6/13/2020 4,216 57,952 112 4,538 1,859 11 6,903
6/20/2020 3,819 57,908 112 4,363 1,603 8 6,586
6/27/2020 3,808 58,403 114 4,259 1,553 12 6,525
7/4/2020 4,505 59,730 115 4,553 1,996 5 7,064
7/11/2020 5,742 61,807 121 5,527 2,707 10 8,571
7/18/2020 7,145 63,036 124 6,177 3,444 13 9,888
7/25/2020 8,175 64,098 127 6,744 3,950 10 10,974
8/1/2020 8,258 64,060 126 6,828 4,060 13 11,032
8/8/2020 7,805 63,516 124 6,790 3,965 9 10,636
8/15/2020 7,198 63,383 125 6,490 3,662 5 10,028
8/22/2020 6,323 62,207 123 5,946 3,201 12 9,077
8/29/2020 5,664 60,685 119 5,510 2,865 11 8,315
9/5/2020 4,918 59,535 116 5,143 2,473 9 7,593
9/12/2020 4,484 58,732 114 4,861 2,235 7 7,115
9/19/2020 4,127 58,660 114 4,668 1,999 5 6,801
9/26/2020 4,129 59,264 114 4,814 2,046 4 6,900
10/3/2020 4,031 57,996 111 4,643 1,937 8 6,745
10/10/2020 4,558 59,453 114 4,922 2,235 13 7,255
10/17/2020 4,894 57,868 109 4,953 2,322 17 7,535
10/24/2020 5,638 59,279 111 5,358 2,593 16 8,412
10/31/2020 6,538 60,252 112 5,765 3,041 20 9,277
11/7/2020 8,172 63,746 117 6,651 3,826 21 11,010
11/14/2020 9,942 64,822 118 7,543 4,710 19 12,787
11/21/2020 12,394 66,474 120 8,755 5,888 28 15,279
11/28/2020 14,067 66,870 121 9,507 6,818 22 16,766
12/5/2020 15,932 68,605 122 10,476 7,659 31 18,768
12/12/2020 15,288 66,998 117 10,009 7,354 23 17,955
12/19/2020 9,581 53,033 91 6,872 4,658 15 11,804
12/26/2020 3,842 37,866 65 3,582 1,928 8 5,503
1/2/2021 2,734 25,207 43 2,437 1,345 6 3,831
1/9/2021 630 5,307 9 517 297 0 850

 

State/Territory Deaths in Last 7 Days
California 3,163
Texas 1,960
Pennsylvania 1,475
Arizona 1,080
Illinois 971
Florida 925
New York* 893
Michigan 839
Tennessee 760
New Jersey 678
North Carolina 657
Ohio 551
Massachusetts 534
Indiana 510
Georgia 494
Alabama 461
Missouri 386
New York City* 350
South Carolina 342
Louisiana 336
Wisconsin 309
Mississippi 302
Arkansas 294
Minnesota 286
Nevada 284
Colorado 274
Maryland 274
Kansas 269
Virginia 261
Washington 241
Connecticut 225
Oklahoma 224
West Virginia 206
New Mexico 198
Iowa 192
Kentucky 178
Nebraska 166
Rhode Island 139
Oregon 105
Utah 91
New Hampshire 89
Puerto Rico 87
Idaho 86
Montana 84
Maine 78
South Dakota 72
Wyoming 51
Delaware 42
North Dakota 40
District of Columbia 23
Hawaii 19
Vermont 16
Alaska 9
Guam 2
Virgin Islands 1

 

CDC | Updated: Jan 11 2021 12:16PM
 
State/Territory Average Daily Deaths per 100k in Last 7 Days
Arizona 2.1
Rhode Island 1.9
Pennsylvania 1.7
Tennessee 1.6
West Virginia 1.6
Mississippi 1.5
Arkansas 1.4
New Mexico 1.4
Alabama 1.3
Kansas 1.3
Nevada 1.3
Wyoming 1.3
Michigan 1.2
Nebraska 1.2
New York* 1.2
South Dakota 1.2
California 1.1
Illinois 1.1
Indiana 1.1
Massachusetts 1.1
Montana 1.1
New Jersey 1.1
Louisiana 1
South Carolina 1
Texas 1
Connecticut 0.9
Iowa 0.9
Missouri 0.9
North Carolina 0.9
New Hampshire 0.9
Maine 0.8
North Dakota 0.8
Oklahoma 0.8
Wisconsin 0.8
Colorado 0.7
Georgia 0.7
Idaho 0.7
Maryland 0.7
Minnesota 0.7
Ohio 0.7
Delaware 0.6
Florida 0.6
Kentucky 0.6
New York City* 0.6
District of Columbia 0.5
Washington 0.5
Oregon 0.4
Puerto Rico 0.4
Utah 0.4
Virginia 0.4
Vermont 0.4
Alaska 0.2
Guam 0.2
Hawaii 0.2
Virgin Islands 0.1

 

The first case of COVID-19 in United States was reported 354 days ago on 1/21/2020. Yesterday, the country reported 213,905 new confirmed cases and 1,814 deaths.

The first case of COVID-19 in United Kingdom was reported 345 days ago on 1/30/2020. Yesterday, the country reported 55,026 new confirmed cases and 567 deaths.

The first case of COVID-19 in Brazil was reported 319 days ago on 2/25/2020. Yesterday, the country reported 29,792 new confirmed cases and 469 deaths.

The first case of COVID-19 in Russia was reported 345 days ago on 1/30/2020. Yesterday, the country reported 22,540 new confirmed cases and 440 deaths.

The first case of COVID-19 in Germany was reported 349 days ago on 1/26/2020. Yesterday, the country reported 948 new confirmed cases and 339 deaths.

The first case of COVID-19 in South Africa was reported 311 days ago on 3/4/2020. Yesterday, the country reported 17,421 new confirmed cases and 339 deaths.

The first case of COVID-19 in France was reported 352 days ago on 1/23/2020. Yesterday, the country reported 15,944 new confirmed cases and 151 deaths.

The first case of COVID-19 in India was reported 346 days ago on 1/29/2020. Yesterday, the country reported 16,311 new confirmed cases and 161 d

The first case of COVID-19 in Spain was reported 344 days ago on 1/31/2020. Yesterday, the country reported 0 new confirmed cases and 0 deaths.

The first case of COVID-19 in Italy was reported 345 days ago on 1/30/2020. Yesterday, the country reported 18,625 new confirmed cases and 361 deaths.

 
Yesterday's numbers reported this morning, January 12, 2021.
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Ambergris, I have been following the reports you so generously post for us :sSig_thankyou:  I have gotten a lot of info out of them, more perhaps than some might, but one question continues to bothers me.  We have almost consistently had the highest number of cases and perhaps even deaths depending on how they are listed?  It doesn't appear that we are any more densely populated than other countries.  If we go by the number of people from other countries coming to America to study medicine we should have the most advanced health education in the world.  We are supposedly a nation of well educated, intelligent citizens. We are definitely not considered a 'third world' country. I can only ask why we have such high numbers?    :hidingsmile:  

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We admit it.

We have the science to find the illness, and to keep track of it.  We don't mind other countries knowing we have illness here, so we don't hide it. 

While we have people who live and worship and eat in densely packed spaces, the whole world has those factors.  

We have no system like some countries where you get paid half pay if you stay home with a sick kid, so you send your kid to daycare if he's sick unless the daycare manages to say WHOAH! Lady! Take him back! before you race out of the parking lot.  Also, we go to work sick because we don't have enough sick leave ourselves.   Commonwealth and European countries have systems to take care of sickness better than we do.  Other countries don't, but most of them have family based, decentralized childcare that doesn't spread disease like our system does.  Oh, and a lot of the other countries either don't know their disease count or are actively hiding it.

 

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Plus add in the fact that American has by far the largest percentage of obese and overweight people in the world, which is a complication...and so many people have a lack of Vitamin C due to not eating fresh veggies & fruit (and too much sugar - it takes more vitamin C to process carbs!) and Vitamin D due to lack of outdoor time, plus a continual stream of sugar to suppress their immune system...

 

Yeah, I’d be surprised if we didn’t have the highest number of deaths.

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I am also reminded, as mentioned on MSM the other night, Granite County Colorado was audited and 40% of their covid deaths also included gunshot wounds. :0327:

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Ambergris and TheCG.  Those are great reasons, thanks.  Some of it I had thought of, like the obesity and nutrients, but not all and it starts to make sense when you put those pieces together. 

 

Perhaps we will all start to be more conscious of how we live and be able to get control of this virus through changed lifestyles but I'm not going to hold my breath.  :sigh:

 

:grouphug:

   

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Homey, perhaps they are telling us that Covid can be contracted through bullets???  :laughkick: 

 

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I am also reminded, as mentioned on MSM the other night, Granite County Colorado was audited and 40% of their covid deaths also included gunshot wounds. :0327:

There is no Granite County in Colorado.

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I am also reminded, as mentioned on MSM the other night, Granite County Colorado was audited and 40% of their covid deaths also included gunshot wounds. :0327:


DH has mentioned, on several occasions, they are taking any death and adding it to the totals. :sigh:

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On 1/13/2021 at 3:20 PM, Ambergris said:

There is no Granite County in Colorado.

 

Grand County, Colorado. Sorry. Had to go back and read the news clips.    :wave:

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Grand County's Covid dashboard has separate categories for deaths due to Covid and deaths with Covid, as has been previously discussed.

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Cumulative cases reported by country:

23,727,467 US
10,542,841 India
8,455,059 Brazil
3,507,201 Russia
3,367,053 United Kingdom
2,931,683 France
2,380,665 Turkey
2,368,733 Italy
2,252,164 Spain
2,038,645 Germany
1,891,034 Colombia
1,791,979 Argentina
1,609,735 Mexico
1,429,612 Poland
1,325,659 South Africa
1,324,395 Iran
1,192,114 Ukraine
1,056,023 Peru
919,712 Netherlands
896,642 Indonesia
883,906 Czechia
706,897 Canada
691,488 Romania
675,089 Belgium
665,493 Chile
607,587 Iraq
543,499 Israel
539,416 Portugal
527,063 Bangladesh
523,486 Sweden
516,770 Pakistan
498,691 Philippines
495,228 Switzerland
458,865 Morocco
392,511 Austria
371,216 Serbia
364,753 Saudi Arabia
350,587 Hungary
324,881 Japan
313,557 Jordan
296,269 Panama
267,056 Nepal
249,808 United Arab Emirates
249,158 Lebanon
247,025 Georgia
230,808 Ecuador
226,951 Azerbaijan
224,575 Croatia
223,537 Belarus
222,752 Slovakia
213,855 Kazakhstan
211,736 Bulgaria
191,339 Dominican Republic
188,878 Denmark
184,187 Costa Rica
183,589 Bolivia
177,231 Tunisia
169,780 Ireland
166,680 Lithuania
164,235 Armenia
157,399 Kuwait
155,507 Egypt
155,095 Malaysia
152,640 Moldova
151,569 West Bank and Gaza
148,598 Guatemala
148,556 Slovenia
148,370 Greece
147,089 Qatar
133,869 Burma
132,412 Honduras
131,264 Oman
130,772 Ethiopia
121,648 Paraguay
118,856 Venezuela
117,011 Bosnia and Herzegovina
108,943 Nigeria
108,017 Libya
103,611 Algeria
99,082 Kenya
97,616 China
97,268 Bahrain
88,749 North Macedonia
82,986 Kyrgyzstan
77,904 Uzbekistan
71,820 Korea, South
67,216 Albania
59,083 Singapore
58,445 Norway
56,981 Ghana
55,136 Montenegro
55,135 Kosovo
55,097 Latvia
53,938 Afghanistan
52,313 Sri Lanka
50,784 El Salvador
48,630 Luxembourg
40,101 Finland
38,085 Uganda
36,691 Estonia
36,074 Zambia
31,669 Uruguay
30,198 Namibia
28,811 Cyprus
28,707 Australia
28,010 Cameroon
26,881 Zimbabwe
25,862 Mozambique
25,730 Sudan
24,856 Cote d'Ivoire
22,738 Senegal
20,693 Congo (Kinshasa)
18,765 Angola
18,001 Madagascar
17,501 Cuba
17,365 Botswana
15,999 Mauritania
15,447 Malta
14,426 Maldives
14,098 Guinea
14,096 Jamaica
13,308 Tajikistan
12,942 Syria
12,901 Cabo Verde
12,736 Eswatini
11,785 Malawi
11,680 Thailand
11,529 Belize
10,850 Rwanda
10,681 Haiti
9,899 Gabon
9,038 Andorra
9,000 Burkina Faso
8,032 Bahamas
7,823 Mali
7,709 Congo (Brazzaville)
7,469 Suriname
7,370 Trinidad and Tobago
6,851 Guyana
6,371 Lesotho
6,152 Nicaragua
5,956 Iceland
5,903 Djibouti
5,356 Equatorial Guinea
4,973 Central African Republic
4,744 Somalia
4,272 Togo
4,132 Niger
3,897 Gambia
3,670 South Sudan
3,413 Benin
2,970 Sierra Leone
2,855 Chad
2,778 San Marino
2,478 Guinea-Bissau
2,383 Liechtenstein
2,246 New Zealand
2,112 Yemen
1,887 Liberia
1,877 Eritrea
1,577 Comoros
1,537 Vietnam
1,512 Mongolia
1,194 Monaco
1,185 Burundi
1,130 Sao Tome and Principe
1,095 Barbados
842 Bhutan
834 Papua New Guinea
696 Seychelles
611 Saint Lucia
547 Mauritius
509 Tanzania
450 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
436 Cambodia
187 Antigua and Barbuda
174 Brunei
139 Grenada
110 Dominica
53 Fiji
52 Timor-Leste
41 Laos
34 Saint Kitts and Nevis
27 Holy See
17 Solomon Islands
4 Marshall Islands
2 Samoa
1 Vanuatu

 

State/Territory Cases in Last 7 Days
California 290,983
Texas 157,642
Florida 96,434
New York* 67,853
Georgia 64,204
Arizona 61,935
North Carolina 57,066
Ohio 51,839
Pennsylvania 51,346
New York City* 43,139
Illinois 42,002
Massachusetts 37,548
New Jersey 36,850
Virginia 35,676
Tennessee 35,433
South Carolina 31,791
Indiana 30,566
Oklahoma 26,228
Kentucky 25,103
Louisiana 23,422
Alabama 23,241
Maryland 20,667
Michigan 19,919
Missouri 19,441
Wisconsin 19,248
Utah 18,992
Arkansas 18,775
Connecticut 17,428
Washington 17,363
Colorado 15,348
Nevada 14,389
Mississippi 13,999
Kansas 13,812
Minnesota 11,618
Iowa 9,112
West Virginia 8,751
Oregon 8,411
New Mexico 8,349
Rhode Island 6,829
Nebraska 6,296
New Hampshire 5,348
Idaho 5,100
Delaware 4,252
Maine 4,200
Puerto Rico 3,893
Montana 3,067
South Dakota 2,357
Wyoming 2,262
District of Columbia 2,033
Alaska 1,772
North Dakota 1,156
Vermont 1,115
Hawaii 1,076
Guam 75
Virgin Islands 75
Northern Mariana Islands 3

 

State/Territory Average Daily Cases per 100k in Last 7 Days
Arizona 121.6
California 105.2
Oklahoma 94.7
Rhode Island 92.1
Arkansas 88.9
South Carolina 88.2
New York* 87.7
Georgia 86.4
Utah 84.6
Kentucky 80.3
Massachusetts 77.8
North Carolina 77.7
Texas 77.7
Tennessee 74.1
New York City* 73.4
Louisiana 72
Connecticut 69.8
West Virginia 69.8
Alabama 67.7
Kansas 67.7
Mississippi 67.2
Nevada 66.7
Indiana 64.9
Florida 64.1
Ohio 63.4
Delaware 62.4
Virginia 59.7
New Jersey 59.3
Pennsylvania 57.3
New Mexico 56.9
New Hampshire 56.2
Wyoming 55.8
Maryland 48.8
Illinois 47.4
Wisconsin 47.2
Nebraska 46.5
Missouri 45.3
Maine 44.6
Iowa 41.3
District of Columbia 41.2
Montana 41
Idaho 40.8
Colorado 38.1
South Dakota 38.1
Alaska 34.6
Washington 32.6
Minnesota 29.4
Michigan 28.5
Oregon 28.5
Vermont 25.5
North Dakota 21.7
Puerto Rico 17.4
Hawaii 10.9
Virgin Islands 10.2
Guam 6.5
Northern Mariana Islands 0.8

 

State/Territory Deaths in Last 7 Days
California 3,753
Texas 2,140
Pennsylvania 1,563
Florida 1,133
Arizona 1,102
New York* 906
Alabama 839
Georgia 824
Illinois 765
Tennessee 693
Michigan 637
North Carolina 605
New Jersey 564
Massachusetts 523
Ohio 513
New York City* 463
Indiana 354
Kansas 354
South Carolina 342
Missouri 341
Mississippi 334
Virginia 325
Nevada 304
Arkansas 297
Maryland 295
Connecticut 270
Louisiana 247
Wisconsin 241
Minnesota 230
Oklahoma 214
Colorado 205
Kentucky 205
Washington 205
Oregon 183
West Virginia 179
New Mexico 164
Iowa 133
Nebraska 104
Utah 91
Rhode Island 89
Puerto Rico 87
Maine 75
South Dakota 73
Idaho 68
New Hampshire 62
Montana 37
District of Columbia 33
Delaware 33
Wyoming 33
North Dakota 29
Hawaii 14
Vermont 7
Alaska 6
Guam 1

 

State/Territory Average Daily Deaths per 100k in Last 7 Days
Alabama 2.4
Arizona 2.2
Kansas 1.7
Pennsylvania 1.7
Mississippi 1.6
Tennessee 1.5
Arkansas 1.4
California 1.4
Nevada 1.4
West Virginia 1.4
New York* 1.2
Rhode Island 1.2
South Dakota 1.2
Connecticut 1.1
Georgia 1.1
Massachusetts 1.1
New Mexico 1.1
Texas 1.1
South Carolina 1
Illinois 0.9
Michigan 0.9
New Jersey 0.9
Florida 0.8
Indiana 0.8
Louisiana 0.8
Maine 0.8
Missouri 0.8
North Carolina 0.8
Nebraska 0.8
New York City* 0.8
Oklahoma 0.8
Wyoming 0.8
District of Columbia 0.7
Kentucky 0.7
Maryland 0.7
New Hampshire 0.7
Iowa 0.6
Minnesota 0.6
Ohio 0.6
Oregon 0.6
Wisconsin 0.6
Colorado 0.5
Delaware 0.5
Idaho 0.5
Montana 0.5
North Dakota 0.5
Virginia 0.5
Puerto Rico 0.4
Utah 0.4
Washington 0.4
Vermont 0.2
Alaska 0.1
Guam 0.1
Hawaii 0.1

 

395,372 US deaths 

 

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Tonight's numbers: January 16 2021. 

 

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Have you noticed that two of the cities with the highest covid deaths are now rumbling about opening their cities once again? Chicago and NY?  Why?

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12 hours ago, Homesteader said:

Have you noticed that two of the cities with the highest covid deaths are now rumbling about opening their cities once again? Chicago and NY?  Why?

Maybe it's vice versa?

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Almost a third of recovered Covid patients return to hospital in five months and one in eight die
Sarah Knapton
Sun, January 17, 2021, 1:02 PM

Research by Leicester University and the Office for National Statistics (ONS) found there is a devastating long-term toll on survivors of severe coronavirus, with many people developing heart problems, diabetes and chronic liver and kidney conditions.  Out of 47,780 people who were discharged from hospital in the first wave, 29.4 per cent were readmitted to hospital within 140 days, and 12.3 per cent of the total died.

The current cut-off point for recording Covid deaths is 28 days after a positive test, so it may mean thousands more people should be included in the coronavirus death statistics. Researchers have called for urgent monitoring of people who have been discharged from hospital.

Study author Kamlesh Khunti, professor of primary care diabetes and vascular medicine at Leicester University, said: “This is the largest study of people discharged from hospital after being admitted with Covid. “People seem to be going home, getting long-term effects, coming back in and dying. We see nearly 30 per cent have been readmitted, and that’s a lot of people. The numbers are so large. The message here is we really need to prepare for long Covid. It’s a mammoth task to follow up with these patients and the NHS is really pushed at the moment, but some sort of monitoring needs to be arranged.”

The study found that Covid survivors were nearly three and a half times more likely to be readmitted to hospital, and die, in the 140 days timeframe than other hospital outpatients.  Prof Khunti said the team had been surprised to find that many people were going back in with a new diagnosis, and many had developed heart, kidney and liver problems, as well as diabetes.

He said it was important to make sure people were placed on protective therapies, such as statins and aspirin. “We don’t know if it’s because Covid destroyed the beta cells which make insulin and you get Type 1 diabetes, or whether it causes insulin resistance, and you develop Type 2, but we are seeing these surprising new diagnoses of diabetes,” he added. “We’ve seen studies where survivors have had MRS scans and they’ve cardiac problems and liver problems. “These people urgently require follow up and the need to be on things like aspirin and statins.”

The new study was published on a pre-print server and is yet to be peer reviewed. However experts described the paper as “important”.  Commenting on the study on Twitter, Christina Pagel, director of the clinical operational research unit at University College London said: “This is such important work. Covid is about so much more than death. A significant burden of long-term illness after hospitalisation for Covid.”

Last year, researchers at North Bristol NHS Trust found that three quarters of virus patients treated at Bristol's Southmead Hospital were still experiencing problems three months later. Symptoms included breathlessness, excessive fatigue and muscle aches, leaving people struggling to wash, dress and return to work.  Some patients say they have been left needing a wheelchair since contracting the virus, while others claim they can no longer walk up the stairs without experiencing chest pain.

In December, the ONS estimated that one in 10 people who catch coronavirus go on to suffer long Covid with symptoms lasting three months or more. Overall, roughly 186,000 people in private households in England in the week beginning November 22 were living with Covid-19 symptoms that had persisted for between five and 12 weeks, the most up-to-date ONS data shows.

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13 hours ago, Homesteader said:

Have you noticed that two of the cities with the highest covid deaths are now rumbling about opening their cities once again? Chicago and NY?  Why?

If you watch Ivor Cummins, it's because the lockdowns don't work (and people are getting cranky about it).

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The covid is a virus and a lot of viruses (and bacteria) have that effect on the body months/years after having the disease. I believe the 'long covid' cases are part and parcel of the same thing.  I have experienced it first hand.  I had Lyme disease in the late nineties and have had health problems since that my doctors directly attribute to it. 

 

As for cities wanting to open up, I can understand that, especially the bigger ones with winter weather.  They are crowded with people that makes them vulnerable to the virus.  And with the lockdowns going on month after month they have been cooped up too long with no relief from the boredom. They are also running out of money to live. They want and need to go back to work.  I do not envy the leaders trying to figure out how to open businesses without exposing more to Covid.  Our area in Illinois is finally moving to a lower tier of 'open' but Chicago area is still pretty closed. 

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We have been under a curfew for a couple of months now. I don't know why. Most people aren't out after 10:00 pm anyway. If they are its usually at a drive thru. I know it's targeted toward the bars. So just man up and put the curfew on the bars. They didn't hesitate closing churches down in the beginning. Isolation, curfew and masks have not brought our number of cases down. Quite the opposit. 

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