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Posted by: @brooklyn_esq

I got into watching the Yankees this weekend. Their game in Philly is canceled tonight because the infected Marlins were in the Phillies stadium yesterday.

We going to see college and high school kids play football?

And baseball isn't even a contact sport! Imagine what its gonna be like, when you got football players lining up inches from each other, yelling and cussing, and breathing hard. and tackling and dog-piling on each other ALL GAME LONG!?

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Posted : July 27, 2020 10:07 pm
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Posted by: @gon4it
Posted by: @brooklyn_esq

I got into watching the Yankees this weekend. Their game in Philly is canceled tonight because the infected Marlins were in the Phillies stadium yesterday.

We going to see college and high school kids play football?

And baseball isn't even a contact sport! Imagine what its gonna be like, when you got football players lining up inches from each other, yelling and cussing, and breathing hard. and tackling and dog-piling on each other ALL GAME LONG!?

Again, the real test will be, if and when pro athletes begin to die from infection.  Will that bring these sports to a complete halt until it is safe to resume?  Same thing with college and why I would vote not to have a season, until the college kids are safe.

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Posted : July 28, 2020 10:56 pm
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As expected, today's numbers took a jump from the previous 2 days, albeit, not quite as high as last weeks amounts.  We did almost hit 250k at 247,775.  The US as usual, led the way with 64,729, followed by India 49,632, Brazil 41,169 and surprisingly Colombia with 10,284 and South Africa in a distant 5th at 7,232.  Colombia has largely been in the top 5 fairly consistently over the past several weeks, so not a huge surprise.

India crossed the 1.5 million barrier today, becoming only the 3rd country to do so and there is really not another contender even close.  They now stand at 1,532,135 in total cases.

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/?utm_campaign=homeAdvegas1?%22#countries

There were 5,569 new fatalities worldwide yesterday and the overall total now stands at 662,483.  The US did lead the way in total new fatalities with 1,245, the highest amount since May 27th, when we had 1,568.  Brazil was 2nd with 955, followed by India 776, Mexico 342 and Colombia 297.  The total us death tally now stands at 152,320.

On a side note, Mexico has already reported their cases for July 29th and they jumped in cases and deaths with 7,208 and 854.

Total active cases as of today increased by +17,521 to 5,770,213.  Total recovered cases now stands at 10,451,291.

On a side note, I have been watching Costa Rica for almost 2 months and they were in the 115-120 range of ranked countries in overall cases at exactly 1,000 on May 28th and now on July 28th, only 2 months later they are now ranked #68 with 16,344 total cases.  That is what you call an exponential rise in cases.  If anyone knows why this country has broken out so quickly and pervasively, please share.

In the US, unfortunately, Texas led the way today with 10,698 new cases, followed by FL 9,230, CA 7,994 and GA 4,209.  FL also passed NY today with 441,977 overall cases vs. NY's 441,262 overall cases.  Texas not far behind at 414,877 and CA getting close to 1/2 million overall.  The rest:

5)  TN 2555

6)  AZ 2107

7)  NC 1761

8)  SC 1692

9)  MO 1676

15)  NV 1105

16)  OK 1089 (still not slowing down?)

17)  IL 1076

That's 17 states with a daily count over 1k, yikes.  NM had 289 new cases and has now tested over 25% of the total population.  NM, TN & the US could hit big milestones tomorrow.  We now have 18 separate states that have more "reported" cases than China.

Surprisingly, Alaska has 107 new cases on only 2,729 overall cases and Montana had 94 new cases on only 3,475 overall cases.

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Posted : July 28, 2020 11:19 pm
txlobo95
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Posted by: @txlobo95 Posted July 25, 2020
Posted by: @txlobo95  Posted July 22, 2020

The US also surpassed another major milestone with now over 4 million total cases, with 4,028,569 and worldwide cases passed 15 million, now with 15,098,721.

Total active cases increased to 5,361,440 (+26,748)

Only 4 days and have already stacked on another million fresh new cases, now over 16 million, and +211,148 new active cases in that time frame.

Another 4 days and another additional million cases added to the tally, now over 17 million.  Will have final tally after end day.

The US also crossed the 4.5 million barrier in total cases.

India has also set a new daily record at 52,164 and we still have 6 hours to go in the reporting day, although its nighttime there.

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Posted : July 29, 2020 12:52 pm
txlobo95
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New Worldwide Record today 290,722.  I'm still scratching my head as Brazil had multiple days at 23k or so, but today popped a 70,869 amount of new cases to pace all countries.  India also set a new personal country record with 52,249, but likely have the highest probability of setting the all-time daily record for any country if they continue their outbreak pace, as they have 4x the pop of the US and 6x that of Brazil.  The US had 66,921, South Africa also had a 5 digit day at 11,362 and then Colombia with another high day at 8,670 and as reported last night, Mexico 7,208.  With Brazil, their #'s are solely dependent on how many they test, as their positivity rate has remained around 40% positive per test completed.

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/

Total fatalities also took a huge spike north at 7,036 and especially for Brazil 1554 and the US 1,485 (Highest amount since May 27th).  BTW, the US daily death rate chart has a clear 30 degree upward trajectory.  This is not good and if we don't change our ways, could project to get us back up to the March/April highs down the road.  Not saying it's a certainty, it depends on how seriously people starting protecting themselves and against others.

Total active cases, as you can imagine on a +290k day took a big upward spike of +48,245.

Mexico crossed and joined the 400k club today, now with 402,697 total cases vs. 44,876 fatalities.  A greater than 10% death rate vs. total cases and considering they have only "resolved" 261,457 cases, their death rate on "resolved" cases is 17.2%, yikes!!! 😮 

In the US, the usual suspects led the way with CA 10,609, FL 9.446, TX 9,217 and GA 3,271.  The rest:

5)  AZ 2339

6)  TN 1778 (TN joined the 100k club, becoming the 13th US member in that club, now with 100,822)

7)  SC 1737

8)  LA 1735

9)  NC 1715

10)  MO 1547

11)  MS 1505

NM had a big milestone day as well by joining the 20k club.  NM had 345 new cases today, the 2nd highest on record.  Since July 21st, NM has only had 2 days "under" 300 and that was 254 and 289.  The chart definitely indicates NM has been in a new higher range since July 2nd, only have one day under 220 and it was 193.  The 7 day moving average as of July 29th for NM is actually 330.

Montana continues its break neck outbreak with another 201 cases today.  On June 29th they only had 919 total cases to date.  In the one month since then, they have increased their case load by exactly 400% to 3,676!!! 😮 

Vermont now seems to be one of the few isolated states that has really flattened the curve over this same time frame with 1 new case today, but only 1,406 in total.  Granted, they have a pop of only 623,989, but they seem to be containing things.

Hawaii on the other hand, "only" has 1,865 overall cases, but added 108 today and their 7 day moving average is 62.  They are on a recent hard upward trajectory in new cases.

Oregon is another state with a big upward slope on their curve and it appears the upward trajectory started when the protesting/rioting started and now their 7 day average is 333 on new cases with a spike of 654 on July 26th.  Their overall case count currently is below NM at 17,721.

From what I have read and seen, while a face mask will help, if you have extended close exposure to others as would happen in a protest, a face mask will not be able to protect against that.  It can help reduce risk, but then you greatly increase risk by prolonged exposure and likely what is happening in Portland.

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Posted : July 29, 2020 11:31 pm
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Yesterday's totals just below world records with a near whopper of 287,063.  The US once again led the way with 68,569, followed by Brazil 58,271 and India with a new single day country record of 54,966 or a +2,717 from previous record.  Again, India IMO, has the highest potential to set the all time single day record of any country to date, due to their population and density of population.  South Africa also had a 5 digit day with 11,046 new cases and Colombia was only 35 shy of a 5 figure day with 9,965.

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/?utm_campaign=homeAdvegas1?%22#countries

Total fatalities were 6,427, an elevated amount over the average of July.  The US led the way with 1,465, giving the US 2,950 total fatalities over just the last 2 days.  Wasn't someone on this board (Clubmaker) claiming US deaths are down 98% and that we only have 338 per WEEK??? 🤔 🤨 🤔 🤨 🤔   Brazil had 1,189, India 783, Mexico 485, Colombia 356 and South Africa 315.

Australia is a country to watch.  They "had" really flattened the curve early on.  On April 11th they had 6,303 total cases.  By July 1, that had only increased by +1,617 to 7,920 over an almost 3 month stretch.  However, in July alone and we still have one day to go, they have increased their total cases by 8,985 or 213%.  They now have 16,905 total cases and their new cases just yesterday were 721 so about 1/2 of their total increase for 2 1/2 month period.  Clearly, their curve is pointed almost straight up at this point. 

Ethiopia is also a late comer to the party just like Costa Rica, and has a similar rise from May 21st when they only had 271 total cases to yesterday of having 805 new cases in a single day, 3x their total cases from just May 27th.  They now stand at 17,530 in total cases.

Total active worldwide cases keeps creeping higher and higher.  Yesterday it was a +39,388 to now stand at 5,817,092, quickly approaching 6 million.  

In the US, not a single state had a 5 figure day, although FL was close at 9,956.  TX was 2nd with 8,843 then CA 8,174 and GA 3,963.  The rest: (appears, we have higher cases more spread out across the country, a more broad outbreak)

5)  NC 2588

6)  AZ 2525

7)  TN 2049

8)  AL 1980

9)  MS 1775

10)  IL 1772

11)  OH 1754

12)  SC 1726

13)  MO 1712

14)  LA 1708

15)  OK 1117 (now stand at 35,740.  They are also now a +15,352 over NM.  Whatever NM is doing is working relative to OK's disaster)

NM had one of its lowest day in awhile at 252.  Montana 138, Hawaii 124 and Alaska 81 continue their recent break-outs.  Not sure if it's tourists from sunbelt states escaping the heat and virus outbreak?  Just something to watch.

Vermont continues to set the US pace for "contained" states and have flattened their curve.  Their active cases has remained below 250 since May 6th.  In contrast, NM's active cases continue to rise and are currently at 11,738, so more than 50% of overall cases are still active.

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Posted : July 31, 2020 10:22 am
txlobo95
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India setting another new daily record at 57,430 for their country for the 2nd day in a row and their chart is the very definition of exponential outbreak.  Just a few days ago on July 26th, they finally cracked 50k.  A week before on July 19th, they had barely cracked 40k for the first time.  Only 4 days before that on July 15th, they finally cracked 30k for the first time.  Before that on June 27th they barely cracked 20k for the first time.  Today, they are at 57,430 and counting as they still have just over 2 hours to report.

That's a roughly 3X increase in daily cases in just over a month, going from 20k in very late June to now almost 60k by end of July.  The only reason it is not 10X higher is they don't test near as much as the US nor Brazil.  They test 13,636 per million vs. the US at 176,402 per million and Brazil at 59,249 per million.  The US is testing roughly 13X the amount of india per million of population.  I can only imagine if India tested as much as the US does... 😮 😮 😮 

Only good news for them, their positivity rate is 9.01%, much lower than Brazil and closer to the US rate of 8.04%.  Compare those rates to Brazil's rate of 21.13%.

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Posted : July 31, 2020 4:58 pm
txlobo95
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Numbers hot off the press, although, Peru has still not yet reported and they were almost 7k yesterday.  Total new cases today worldwide at 282,171 (Peru reported really late with 7,243 to push total to 289,414), but once Peru reports will be closer to 290k.  The US once again led the way with 70,904 (no, we are not lowering our curve yet), India with new daily record for them at 57,704, Brazil with 52,509 and South Africa 11,014.

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/

Another day with fatalities over 6k with 6,234.  The US once again led the way with 1,462 (that's now 4,412 US fatalities in last 3 days, yikes).  Brazil was 2nd with 1,191, India 765 and Mexico 639.  

Active cases had another huge increase +54,875 and now stands at 5,911,637.

In the US, once again, we did not have a single state in 5 digit category, but it is spread more evenly across the board.  However, in milestone news, CA became the 1st state in the union to reach 500k in total cases, now with 501,909.   IF CA was a separate country, they would rank #5 in the world.  FL will soon join that club.  Today, TX led the way with 9,750, then FL 9,007, CA 7,878, GA 4,066, AZ 3,212 and TN 3,088.  The rest:

7)  NC 2012

8)  IL 1980

9)  AL 1961

10)  LA 1799

11)  MO 1547

12)  OH 1531

Kansas is a strange state reporting wise.  Today they had 858, and have elevated #'s, but only every other day or so.  Last 5 days 852, 87, 604, 132, 858???

NM with 212 new cases today, so definitely down from the recent 7 day average.

Montana 151, Hawaii 122, and Alaska 112 continuing their recent outbreak.  All 3 states are still in the bottom 6 overall in cases, but are exhibited a big spike recently.

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Posted : July 31, 2020 7:31 pm
txlobo95
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As expected, Peru finally reported their numbers and it was an additional 7,243 to the worldwide total, which now stands within a whisker at 289,414 of a new single day record, which was 289,609.

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Posted : July 31, 2020 11:50 pm
txlobo95
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Posted by: @txlobo95  Posted July 29, 2020
Posted by: @txlobo95 Posted July 25, 2020
Posted by: @txlobo95  Posted July 22, 2020

The US also surpassed another major milestone with now over 4 million total cases, with 4,028,569 and worldwide cases passed 15 million, now with 15,098,721.

Total active cases increased to 5,361,440 (+26,748)

Only 4 days and have already stacked on another million fresh new cases, now over 16 million, and +211,148 new active cases in that time frame.

Another 4 days and another additional million cases added to the tally, now over 17 million.  Will have final tally after end day.

Wow, this is a crazy pace.  We just passed another 1 million worldwide milestone in only 4 days.  We have now added 3 million worldwide cases since July 22, 2020 (11 days), unreal. 

I'm not sure if anyone would have guessed we would be clicking 3 million new cases every 11 days, holy cow.  We currently stand at 18,000,143 and 247,435 for today, although, there are still several material reporting countries that have not yet reported.  I will provide a more detailed reported once more countries have finalized numbers for today.

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Posted : August 1, 2020 7:44 pm
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Final unofficial tally as some countries have not yet reported, but overall worldwide cases today was 255,779.  The US led the way with 58,429, then India 54,865, Brazil 42,578, Colombia 10,673 and South Africa 10,107.

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/

Total fatalities at 5,601 today.  The US once again led the way with 1,123 fatalities, then Brazil 1,048, India 852 and Mexico 688.

Total active cases increased by a +81,166 to 5,996,345.  After the reporting day ended, active cases pushed over the 6 million barrier.

In the US, numbers were down from the big 3.  FL led with 9,642, then CA 7,382, TX 6,720 and GA 3,660.  The rest:

5)  AZ 2,992

6)  TN 2,225

7)  IL 1,639

8)  AL 1,626

9)  SC 1,583

10)  NC 1,264

11)  OK 1,244 (OK continues its massive break-out with no end in sight?)

NM had a lower day than recent ones, getting back under 200 at 196.  There were 9 more fatalities though.

Alaska 146, Montana 116 and Hawaii 86 continue their recent break-out pace.  Vermont once again sets the low pace for the country with 7 new cases.

3 states didn't report, LA (normally 2k +/-), CT (had 140 yesterday) and RI (yesterday 72) (if reported, likely another 60k+ day)

 

 

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Posted : August 2, 2020 12:25 am
txlobo95
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Posted by: @txlobo95 (posted 7/12/20)

Just trying to keep a running total on how Sunday's fare, since it has been the lowest day of the week on average during this pandemic.  Can we establish this is a pretty clear trend?

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/#countries

6/21 130,000+

6/28 163,172

7/5  175,499 (this week we had a high of 236,918 during the week as well as at least 4 days over 216k+)

7/12 194,677 (how high does this week touch if our "Sunday" reading is already 19,178 higher than last Sunday and 64k+ higher than 6/21?

Best way for comparison is to compare the same day each week, due to social habits and interactivity, but I only do on Sunday's since there seems to be a considerable drop-off on Sundays vs. other days.  However, this Sunday was elevated at 220,073vs. last Sunday 194,677.

Sunday saw a "slight" uptick from last Sunday.  Could we finally be seeing a "peak" in the near future of new cases, at least this go around?  This Sunday's finally tally, at least as of midnight on Sunday was 221,260,or a +1,187. 

Yesterday, was once again a slight uptick over last Sunday's total.  There was a +2,683 new cases for a total of 223,943 for a Sunday.  Last week Monday was the low point of the week, so let's see if today's total is once again the low of the week.

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/  

I believe this may be a first, India led the way yesterday with 52,783 cases, followed by the US 49,038, Brazil 24,801 and Colombia 11,470.  Surprisingly, Mexico had a huge uptick on a Sunday with 9,556 new cases with South Africa falling to 6th with 8,195.

Total fatalities came in at 4,434.  India also led the way here with 758, followed by Brazil 514, US 467 and Colombia 320.

Active cases continues to make a steep climb upward, yesterday, increasing by +81,238 to a total of 6,080,828.

In the US, all states well below 10k, with FL leading at 7,104, CA with 6,395, TX 4,618, LA 3,467 (could be 2 days, since they didn't report on Saturday) and GA 3,165.  The rest is:

6)  AL 2095

7)  NC 1673

8)  IL 1467

9)  AZ 1465

10)  TN 1443

NM again, with a lower than range # with 220.

Montana 112 and Alaska 144 continue recent break-out.  Hawaii subsided a bit with 45 new cases.  CT, KS and RI did not report cases.

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Posted : August 3, 2020 3:00 pm
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Posted by: @txlobo95   (Posted on July 20, 2020)

Another day over 200k at 205,348, and Brazil only reporting 21,749 is a big reason why. 

This was last Monday's total on July 20th.  Today we are a +12,983 from last Monday's total for a total of 218,331 and just like last Monday, Brazil's numbers were way down from other days of the week, only reporting 23,579. 

Quite a drop -18,470 for a total today worldwide of 199,861, even for a Monday compared with last 2 weeks.  Brazil, again is confounding, reporting 70k one day, then today only 18k?  Seems a bit odd, but it definitely was a big contributor or lack therefore for today's lower than normal numbers.  We are seeing signs we may be hitting, at least a near term peak, but let's see how things unfold this week before making a proclamation.  

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/#countries

The US has been fairly consistent between roughly 50k - 75k daily.  Sunday's/Monday's closer to 50k, all other days above 60k.  Today's total was 48,622, although India actually led the way again with 50,629.  Brazil with a lowly 17,988 and Colombia not far behind at 10,199.

Fatalities were less than normal, but about the range of 3/4 weeks ago of 4,372.  Again, before declaring a new trend, lets see what the next several days bring, as they are usually quite higher than Sundays/Mondays.  India led again with 810, Brazil 572, US 568, Colombia 367.

total active cases actually dropped for the first time in awhile -8,914 to 6,071,914.  Not surprising, considering we got up to and blew past 6 million overall active cases in really short order, so a slight pullback would be fully expected.  Let's see if it can get back down below 6 million.  If so, could be another sign of at least a near term peak.

Today in the US, TX led the way with 6,997, CA 6,344, FL 4,752 and GA 2,258.  The rest:

5)  MO 1,593

6)  VA 1,324

7)  IL 1,298

8) AL 1,217

9)  SC 1,163

10)  LA 1,099

11)  WA 1,085

12)  AZ 1,030

13)  TN 1009

14)  NV 994

15)  NC 981

16)  KS 970

17)  OH 966

OK, NOT in the top 17, only had 377 cases today.  NM another huge abnormal drop down to 114.  Hawaii did have a high number today at 206, but a low # yesterday, so averaged around 125 per day over last 2, so still very elevated and outbreak level for them.  They now have 2,448 total cases.  10% in 2 days is significant.

However, Montana 40 and Alaska 61 have taken a step back today.  We will see if that continues or it's just because its a Monday?  BTW, Vermont with 1 case and only 1,427 overall and only 130 active cases, by far the lowest in the country.  NM in contrast has 12,012 active cases.

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Posted : August 3, 2020 10:20 pm
txlobo95
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Worldwide Fatalities surpass 700k today and US about to pass 160k.  Details on worldwide and US new cases later.

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Posted : August 4, 2020 2:51 pm
brooklyn_esq
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1400 dead in one day. Who is in charge here?

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Posted : August 6, 2020 6:37 am
txlobo95
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Posted by: @brooklyn_esq

1400 dead in one day. Who is in charge here?

What virus?  Ask Clubmaker, there are "really" only 288 deaths "per week"... 🤔 

Sadly, we have been running well above 1k daily deaths for a few weeks now.  We had 3 days of 1.46k daily deaths and last 2 days over 1.3k+

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Posted : August 6, 2020 1:28 pm
txlobo95
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Update from yesterday, 271,685 new worldwide cases.  The top 3 were neck and neck.  India led with 56,626, US 55,148, Brazil 54,684 and Colombia 10,735.  Although South Africa is lowering with 8,559, both Peru 7,734 and Argentina 7,147 are increasing numbers.  Also, we had 30 countries with at least 1,024 total new cases yesterday.  That may be the most countries with over 1k cases in a single day.

On a side note, on today's new cases, India has now broker through the 60k barrier in huge fashion at 62,170 and counting and also broke through 2 million overall cases.  We still have not yet had a worldwide 300k day yet.  We had a three days at 289k+, but not quite the big 3 bills.  China is now #30 on the worldwide list with 84,528... 🤔 

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/#countries

Total fatalities 6,832.  Brazil led with 1,322, but US right there also with 1,311, followed by India 919, Mexico 857, South Africa 414 and Colombia 309.  Peru also had 221.

The last few days, total US fatalities topped 161k at 161,601 as of yesterday.  The US today also surpassed 5 million in overall cases.  That's 1 1/2% of our overall population.  

Total new "active" cases as of yesterday were a +24,839 to 6,099,090.

In the US, TX led the way at 9,625, followed by CA 5,559, FL 5,409 and GA 3,765.  The rest:

5)  IL 1759

6)  AZ 1698

7)  TN 1657

8)  LA 1482

There were 14 states at least with 1,101 (OK).  NM again, fairly low with 226.  Hawaii with a big # 172 as well as Montana 115.  Alaska not quite as high as recent, but still had 55.

 

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Posted : August 6, 2020 1:46 pm
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updates from yesterday.  A high peak of 281,228 new cases, but still just a tad under the previous week of 289k+ of new cases.  India peaked over 60k for the first time ever ending with 62,170.  US was next at 58,611, Brazil 54,801, Colombia 11,996 and South Africa 8,307.  The newcomers Peru 7,785 and Argentina 7,513 round out the top countries.

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/

New fatalities an elevated 6,452.  Brazil led with 1,226, US 1,203, India 899, Mexico 829, Colombia 315 and South Africa 306.

New overall worldwide "active" cases actually increased by a large margin with a +80,880 increase and now stands at 6,179,821.  Until this number starts retreating, we have not yet reached a peak.  Although, it does appear we have hit a near term ceiling at 289k overall cases.

In the US, FL joined the 500k club, with 510,389 overall cases, joining only CA as the other member, now at 541,250 overall cases.  Yesterday's leader was CA 8,505, then FL 7,650, TX 7,630 and GA 3,182.  The rest:

5)  TN 2252

6)  IL  1953

7)  AL 1938

8)  NC 1782

9)  SC 1325

10)  LA 1303

OK still going bonkers, with 837 new cases and now have almost doubled NM's cases now with 41,401.  NM once again with lower cases at 207.

Montana still on break-out pace with 173 and now stand at 4,602 total cases.  As recently as July 23rd, they only had 2,910.  Hawaii, the 2nd lowest state overall had 52 yesterday, but also had another high case today with 99 and now stand at 2,914 total cases.  Compare that to the lowest state with 1,448, Vermont, which had 3 new cases.  Alaska had 35.

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Posted : August 7, 2020 11:33 am
brooklyn_esq
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Coronavirus deaths for the week:

 

Australia: 70

Canada:   37

France:    51

Germany: 49

Italy:        55

Japan:      27

Spain:      57

Sweden:   27

UK:          414

 

US:          7,189

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Posted : August 8, 2020 6:15 am
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yesterday's #'s were high, almost record high, but not quite at 283,009.  It still appears our "peak" week was last week.  India is at average higher levels though and they are going to carry the torch.  The US still led the way at 63,246, followed by India 61,455, Brazil 49,502, Colombia 9,486, Peru 8,466 and Argentina 7,482.  30 separate countries had at least 1,011 (Costa Rica) to 63,246.

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/

BTW, India has already reported 65,156 on today's numbers and may easily claim the top spot.  How long until they hit 100k daily?

Total fatalities once again elevated at 6,448.  The US also led this category at 1,290, Brazil 1,058, India 940, Mexico 819, Colombia 311 and South Africa 305.

Total active cases once again took a HUGE step forward with a +89,208 for a total of 6,271,494.

In the US, not a single state over 8k, which is unusual.  CA led with 7,904, FL 7,686, TX 7,675 and GA 4,109.  The rest:

5)  TN 2432

6)  IL 2103

7)  VA 2015

8)  NC 1778

9)  AL 1709

10)  LA 1500

19 states had at least 976 total new cases yesterday, so it is definitely becoming more wide-spread vs. a few hot spot states.

Hawaii at only 3,115 cases overall is still on a tear recently, higher than NM with 201 vs. 192 for NM.  Montana also on a recent tear with 155 new cases today.

I will be keeping my eye on South Dakota.  The famous Sturgess bike rally, concerts, etc is kicking off with 250k expected visitors.  I will be curious to see if base states ask those to quarantine when they get back to their home state?

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Posted : August 8, 2020 2:18 pm
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This needed its own separate thread.  Worldwide cases topped 20,000,000 today.

Worldwide fatalities as of today also stand at 733,996.

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Posted : August 9, 2020 10:29 pm
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6/21 130,000+

6/28 163,172

7/5  175,499 (this week we had a high of 236,918 during the week as well as at least 4 days over 216k+)

7/12 194,677 (how high does this week touch if our "Sunday" reading is already 19,178 higher than last Sunday and 64k+ higher than 6/21?

7/19 220,073

7/26 221,260

8/2 223,943

The above are the Sunday new case counts.  As you can see, there has been a huge spike upward in late June to Mid July, but since then, it has only increased incrementally from 220,073 to 223,942.  Today, we actually took a "small" step back at a -4,345 for today's total of 219,598.

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/#countries

For the record, yesterday's total was 264,412 with 5,625 fatalities, since I didn't do a full posting for yesterday's #'s.  The US had 56,071 cases and 989 new fatalities.  India set yet another new daily record with 65,156 new cases.

Today, India once again led with 62,117 new cases, followed by the US with 47,849, Brazil 22,213 (5 day reporting week?), and Colombia 10,611.

Total fatalities, still elevated, but down from the last few weeks at 4,798.  India had over 1k for the first time with 1,013, then Mexico 695, Brazil 593 (Brazil also recently joined the US in the 100k fatality club with 101,136, not the club you want to be in), US 534 and Colombia 302.

Even though we are not spiking at all new highs this weekend, the "active" case count is increasing by leaps and bounds.  From Friday to Saturday it increased by a +81,262 and from yesterday to today it increased another +37,704.  The last I reported the case count on Friday was 6,271,494 and as of end of today's reporting day it increased to now stand at 6,390,460.

In the US, no state over 7k.  CA led the way with 6,836, followed by FL 6,229, TX 5,803 (also a new member of the 500k club now with 510,101), and GA 3,169.  The rest:

5)  LA 2653

6)  TN 2127

7)  IL 1382

8)  NC 1166

9)  AL 1161

10)  IN 1041

Wow, of note, 4 separate states joined the 100k club this weekend:  Alabama with 101,334, Ohio 100,852, South Carolina 100,435 and Virginia 100,086.  Michigan not far behind at 96,726 and Maryland at 95,503.  We now have 17 states in the 100k club, 2 states in the 95k club and 9 states in the 50k club and climbing.  2 other states (AR and IA) are almost 50k as well and will join that club over the next few days.  That's more 60% of the states with near or at least 50k cases and counting.

NM with another lower range day at 200 new cases and 4 new fatalities.  Hawaii still on a recent tear with 152 new cases as well as Alaska 98 and Montana 63.  With Hawaii's and Alaska's recent break-out's, WY has quietly moved into the 2nd lowest state in the union with 3,050 overall cases.

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Posted : August 9, 2020 10:56 pm
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