Coronavirus Pandemic (COVID-19) (SARS-CoV-2) [2020]

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    Ohio is at 26.1K new tests.
    Ohio is at +1438 new cases, with Cuyahoga County at +180 new cases.
    Test Positivity rate is around 5.49% for these new tests.

    Here is the trends which is using reported date and not arbitrary and incorrectly identified user reported onset date. This graphic is resized by ~ 75% and taken from the State's Current Trends page: https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/covid-19/dashboards/current-trends

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    Here is the raw data for the last few days:

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    Date; Total Tests; New Tests; Tests per 1M Population; Total Cases; Cuyahoga County Cases; Hospitalizations; Total Deaths; New Cases; New Hospitalizations; New Deaths
    2020-07-04;    844,675;    20,194;    72,262;    56,183;    7,571;    8,111;    2,907;    926;    27;    4
    2020-07-05;    865,069;    20,394;    74,007;    57,151;    7,724;    8,172;    2,911;    968;    61;    4
    2020-07-06;    877,688;    12,619;    75,087;    57,956;    7,883;    8,249;    2,927;    805;    77;    16
    2020-07-07;    892,731;    15,043;    76,374;    58,904;    8,048;    8,383;    2,970;    948;    134;    43
    2020-07-08;    911,905;    19,174;    78,014;    60,181;    8,277;    8,489;    2,991;    1,277;    106;    21
    2020-07-09;    931,834;    19,929;    79,719;    61,331;    8,518;    8,570;    3,006;    1,150;    81;    15
    2020-07-10;    955,697;    23,863;    81,760;    62,856;    8,786;    8,701;    3,032;    1,525;    131;    26
    2020-07-11;    979,149;    23,452;    83,767;    64,214;    8,979;    8,770;    3,036;    1,358;    69;    4
    2020-07-12;    1,002,463;    23,314;    85,761;    65,592;    9,208;    8,842;    3,058;    1,378;    72;    22
    2020-07-13;    1,020,811;    18,348;    87,331;    66,853;    9,359;    8,915;    3,064;    1,261;    73;    6
    2020-07-14;    1,039,767;    18,956;    88,953;    67,995;    9,509;    9,049;    3,069;    1,142;    134;    5
    2020-07-15;    1,058,599;    18,832;    90,564;    69,311;    9,784;    9,209;    3,075;    1,316;    160;    6
    2020-07-16;    1,084,732;    26,133;    92,799;    70,601;    9,985;    9,324;    3,103;    1,290;    115;    28
    2020-07-17 1,112,019 27,287 95,134 72,280 10,215 9,445 3,112 1,679 121 9
    2020-07-18 1,134,298 22,279 97,040 73,822 10,438 9,513 3,132 1,542 68 20
    2020-07-19 1,158,737 24,439 99,131 74,932 10,553 9,555 3,174 1,110 42 42
    2020-07-20 1,177,696 18,959 100,753 76,168 10,713 9,610 3,189 1,236 55 15
    2020-07-21 1,195,771 18,075 102,299 77,215 10,828 9,736 3,219 1,047 126 30
    2020-07-22 1,217,262 21,491 104,137 78,742 11,015 9,864 3,235 1,527 128 16
    2020-07-23 1,240,659 23,397 106,139 80,186 11,206 9,968 3,256 1,444 104 21
    2020-07-24 1,263,191 22,532 108,067 81,746 11,404 10,072 3,297 1,560 104 41
    2020-07-25 1,289,373 26,182 110,307 83,184 11,584 10,145 3,297 1,438 73 0
    
     
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    2019 Novel Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19) for Dallas County Texas
    https://www.dallascounty.org/departments/dchhs/2019-novel-coronavirus.php

    July 25, 2020 - 46,013 confirmed cases - 604 deaths

    46,013 confirmed cases up 1,267 and eighteen new deaths
    those 1,267 new cases represent a 2.8% increase over the last day

    The 1,267 new cases is an all time high.

    Increases (by percent) since March 27, 2020 :
    21.0%, 19.6%, 11.1%, 12.5%, 14.9%
    -- Month of April 2020 --
    15.8%, 13.7%, 10.8%, 10.2%, 9.6%, 3.9%, 9.2%, 5.0%, 8.2%, 7.3%, 7.0%, 4.8%, 3.8%, 5.0%, 5.8%,
    4.0%, 6.0%, 6.1%, 4.5%, 3.5%, 3.6%, 3.1%, 3.0%, 2.6%, 2.6%, 3.6%, 3.0%, 4.3%, 3.5%, 5.3%
    -- Month of May 2020 --
    5.3%, 4.9%, 6.0%, 5.7%, 5.9%, 5.3%, 5.2%, 4.9%, 4.7%, 4.5%, 4.3%, 3.9%, 3.8%, 3.6%, 2.9%, 3.0%,
    2.8%, 3.0%, 2.9%, 2.4%, 2.3%, 2.5%, 2.0%, 2.1%, 1.9%, 2.1%, 2.1%, 2.2%, 2.1%, 2.2%, 2.3%
    -- Month of June 2020 --
    2.2%, 2.5%, 2.2%, 2.6%, 2.7%, 2.5%, 2.2%, 2.1%, 2.4%, 2.4%, 2.4%, 2.5%, 2.5%, 2.2%, 2.1%,
    2.1%, 2.8%, 2.6%, 2.4%, 2.5%, 2.5%, 2.7%, 2.6%, 2.2%, 2.2%, 2.7%, 2.9%, 2.9%, 2.8%, 2.9%
    -- Month of July 2020 --
    2.5%, 3.2%, 4.8%, 4.7%, 4.3%, 4.7%, 4.0%, 3.7%, 4.1%, 3.8%, 3.5%, 3.6%, 3.3%, 2.9%, 2.9%, 2.8%,
    3.1%, 2.6%, 2.6%, 2.5%, 1.7%, 1.0%, 1.5%, 1.5% and now 2.8%

    Increases (by count) since March 27, 2020 :
    +64, +72, +49, +61, +82
    -- Month of April 2020 --
    +100, +100, +90, +94, +97. +43, +106, +63, +108, +105, +107, +79, +65, +89, +109,
    +80, +124, +134, +104, +84, +90, +81, +80, +71, +75, +105, +91, +135, +112, +179
    -- Month of May 2020 --
    +187, +181, +234, +237, +253, +246, +251, +249, +250, +251, +253, +236, +243, +235, +199, +214,
    +205, +224, +225, +186, +183, +204, +172, +178, +171, +190, +197, +202, +200, +219, +228
    -- Month of June 2020 --
    +228, +257, +239, +285, +298, +289, +263, +254, +298, +300, +312, +328, +345, +302, +305,
    +306, +413, +392, +394, +395, +408, +454, +445, +391, +403, +496, +561, +570, +572, +601
    -- Month of July 2020 --
    +544, +708, +1,085, +1,103, +1,062, +1,214, +1,077, +1,029, +1,201, +1,164, +1,101, +1,174, +1,114, +1,000, +1,055, +1,027,
    +1,195, +1,031, +1,044, +1,026, +734, +413, +648, +659 and now +1,267

     
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    State of Texas complete COVID-19 data breakdown

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    https://txdshs.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/ed483ecd702b4298ab01e8b9cafc8b83
    https://txdshs.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/0d8bdf9be927459d9cb11b9eaef6101

    Data as of 7/25/2020 @3:55 PM:

    Total Viral Tests: 3,306,042 (Up +74,111)

    Cases Reported: 375,846 (Up +6,020)

    Texas is actively suppressing Positive Cases from FDA-approved "highly accurate" antigen tests and the daily case increases going forward are suspect.


    Fatalities: 4,885 (Up +168)

    Texas tests per 1M population are 124,311 (Up +2,244) which places Texas as the 14th worst State.

    Click this link: https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us and on the page click the Tests / 1M pop column twice to sort from worst to first

    They are using roughly 28.996 million as the population of Texas.

    Texas is still mixing Viral and Antibody Tests in the worldometers report on total test numbers which reports 3,604,509 tests which is inflated by 298,467 Antibody Tests.

    As of today the real number of Total Viral Tests for Texas is 3,306,042 which works out to be 114,017 per 1M population so Texas is really the 10th worst state in testing
     
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    Ohio is at 32.5K new tests.
    Ohio is at +889 new cases, with Cuyahoga County at +113 new cases.
    Test Positivity rate is around 2.73% for these new tests.

    The number of new cases and hospitalizations are far lower and number of tests far higher than it's been recently. Hopefully this is not an anomaly and is a sign of people following common sense and desire to keep everyone safe.

    Here is the trends which is using reported date and not arbitrary and incorrectly identified user reported onset date. This graphic is resized by ~ 75% and taken from the State's Current Trends page: https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/covid-19/dashboards/current-trends

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    Here is the raw data for the last few days:

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    Date; Total Tests; New Tests; Tests per 1M Population; Total Cases; Cuyahoga County Cases; Hospitalizations; Total Deaths; New Cases; New Hospitalizations; New Deaths
    2020-07-04;    844,675;    20,194;    72,262;    56,183;    7,571;    8,111;    2,907;    926;    27;    4
    2020-07-05;    865,069;    20,394;    74,007;    57,151;    7,724;    8,172;    2,911;    968;    61;    4
    2020-07-06;    877,688;    12,619;    75,087;    57,956;    7,883;    8,249;    2,927;    805;    77;    16
    2020-07-07;    892,731;    15,043;    76,374;    58,904;    8,048;    8,383;    2,970;    948;    134;    43
    2020-07-08;    911,905;    19,174;    78,014;    60,181;    8,277;    8,489;    2,991;    1,277;    106;    21
    2020-07-09;    931,834;    19,929;    79,719;    61,331;    8,518;    8,570;    3,006;    1,150;    81;    15
    2020-07-10;    955,697;    23,863;    81,760;    62,856;    8,786;    8,701;    3,032;    1,525;    131;    26
    2020-07-11;    979,149;    23,452;    83,767;    64,214;    8,979;    8,770;    3,036;    1,358;    69;    4
    2020-07-12;    1,002,463;    23,314;    85,761;    65,592;    9,208;    8,842;    3,058;    1,378;    72;    22
    2020-07-13;    1,020,811;    18,348;    87,331;    66,853;    9,359;    8,915;    3,064;    1,261;    73;    6
    2020-07-14;    1,039,767;    18,956;    88,953;    67,995;    9,509;    9,049;    3,069;    1,142;    134;    5
    2020-07-15;    1,058,599;    18,832;    90,564;    69,311;    9,784;    9,209;    3,075;    1,316;    160;    6
    2020-07-16;    1,084,732;    26,133;    92,799;    70,601;    9,985;    9,324;    3,103;    1,290;    115;    28
    2020-07-17 1,112,019 27,287 95,134 72,280 10,215 9,445 3,112 1,679 121 9
    2020-07-18 1,134,298 22,279 97,040 73,822 10,438 9,513 3,132 1,542 68 20
    2020-07-19 1,158,737 24,439 99,131 74,932 10,553 9,555 3,174 1,110 42 42
    2020-07-20 1,177,696 18,959 100,753 76,168 10,713 9,610 3,189 1,236 55 15
    2020-07-21 1,195,771 18,075 102,299 77,215 10,828 9,736 3,219 1,047 126 30
    2020-07-22 1,217,262 21,491 104,137 78,742 11,015 9,864 3,235 1,527 128 16
    2020-07-23 1,240,659 23,397 106,139 80,186 11,206 9,968 3,256 1,444 104 21
    2020-07-24 1,263,191 22,532 108,067 81,746 11,404 10,072 3,297 1,560 104 41
    2020-07-25 1,289,373 26,182 110,307 83,184 11,584 10,145 3,297 1,438 73 0
    2020-07-26 1,321,931 32,558 113,092 84,073 11,697 10,199 3,307 889 54 10
    
     
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    Here's the current data from WorldOMeters for the top 19 states and a handful of other states with high growth rate of new cases. It's possible some states have not reported final numbers for today.

    They have continued to climb like crazy. California has moved into the top spot in number of total cases.

    California is at 456,164 with +3,043 new cases.
    New York is at 439,726 with +446 new cases.
    Florida is at 423,855 with +9,344 new cases. They started this surge with only 57,447 cases on June 2, 2020.
    Texas is at 393,952.
    New Jersey is at 184,962 with +175 new cases.
    Illinois is at 172,666 with +1,542 new cases.
    Georgia is at 167,953 with +2,765 new cases.
    Arizona is at 162,014 with +1,973 new cases.
    Massachusetts is at 115,268.
    North Carolina is at 112,771 with +1,472 new cases.
    Pennsylvania is at 111,773 with +652 new cases.
    Louisiana is at 107,574 with +3,840 new cases since Friday.
    Tennessee is at 93,936 with +3,140 new cases.
    Michigan is at 86,661 with +1,039 new cases.
    Virginia is at 84,567 with +958 new cases.
    Ohio is at 84,073 with +889 new cases.
    Maryland is at 83,748 with +694 new cases.
    South Carolina is at 81,199 with +1,191 new cases.
    Alabama is at 79,294 with +1,164 new cases.

    Mississippi is at 52,304 with +1,207 new cases.
    Missouri is at 43,240 with +1,069 new cases.
    Nevada is at 42,843 with +1,027 new cases.
    Oklahoma is at 31,285 with +1,204 new cases.
     
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    2019 Novel Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19) for Dallas County Texas
    https://www.dallascounty.org/departments/dchhs/2019-novel-coronavirus.php

    July 26, 2020 - 46,813 confirmed cases - 605 deaths

    46,813 confirmed cases up 800 and one new death
    those 800 new cases represent a 1.7% increase over the last day

    Increases (by percent) since March 27, 2020 :
    21.0%, 19.6%, 11.1%, 12.5%, 14.9%
    -- Month of April 2020 --
    15.8%, 13.7%, 10.8%, 10.2%, 9.6%, 3.9%, 9.2%, 5.0%, 8.2%, 7.3%, 7.0%, 4.8%, 3.8%, 5.0%, 5.8%,
    4.0%, 6.0%, 6.1%, 4.5%, 3.5%, 3.6%, 3.1%, 3.0%, 2.6%, 2.6%, 3.6%, 3.0%, 4.3%, 3.5%, 5.3%
    -- Month of May 2020 --
    5.3%, 4.9%, 6.0%, 5.7%, 5.9%, 5.3%, 5.2%, 4.9%, 4.7%, 4.5%, 4.3%, 3.9%, 3.8%, 3.6%, 2.9%, 3.0%,
    2.8%, 3.0%, 2.9%, 2.4%, 2.3%, 2.5%, 2.0%, 2.1%, 1.9%, 2.1%, 2.1%, 2.2%, 2.1%, 2.2%, 2.3%
    -- Month of June 2020 --
    2.2%, 2.5%, 2.2%, 2.6%, 2.7%, 2.5%, 2.2%, 2.1%, 2.4%, 2.4%, 2.4%, 2.5%, 2.5%, 2.2%, 2.1%,
    2.1%, 2.8%, 2.6%, 2.4%, 2.5%, 2.5%, 2.7%, 2.6%, 2.2%, 2.2%, 2.7%, 2.9%, 2.9%, 2.8%, 2.9%
    -- Month of July 2020 --
    2.5%, 3.2%, 4.8%, 4.7%, 4.3%, 4.7%, 4.0%, 3.7%, 4.1%, 3.8%, 3.5%, 3.6%, 3.3%, 2.9%, 2.9%, 2.8%,
    3.1%, 2.6%, 2.6%, 2.5%, 1.7%, 1.0%, 1.5%, 1.5%, 2.8% and now 1.7%

    Increases (by count) since March 27, 2020 :
    +64, +72, +49, +61, +82
    -- Month of April 2020 --
    +100, +100, +90, +94, +97. +43, +106, +63, +108, +105, +107, +79, +65, +89, +109,
    +80, +124, +134, +104, +84, +90, +81, +80, +71, +75, +105, +91, +135, +112, +179
    -- Month of May 2020 --
    +187, +181, +234, +237, +253, +246, +251, +249, +250, +251, +253, +236, +243, +235, +199, +214,
    +205, +224, +225, +186, +183, +204, +172, +178, +171, +190, +197, +202, +200, +219, +228
    -- Month of June 2020 --
    +228, +257, +239, +285, +298, +289, +263, +254, +298, +300, +312, +328, +345, +302, +305,
    +306, +413, +392, +394, +395, +408, +454, +445, +391, +403, +496, +561, +570, +572, +601
    -- Month of July 2020 --
    +544, +708, +1,085, +1,103, +1,062, +1,214, +1,077, +1,029, +1,201, +1,164, +1,101, +1,174, +1,114, +1,000, +1,055, +1,027,
    +1,195, +1,031, +1,044, +1,026, +734, +413, +648, +659, +1,267 and now +800

     
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    State of Texas complete COVID-19 data breakdown

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    https://txdshs.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/ed483ecd702b4298ab01e8b9cafc8b83
    https://txdshs.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/0d8bdf9be927459d9cb11b9eaef6101

    Data as of 7/26/2020 @3:50 PM:

    Total Viral Tests: 3,369,975 (Up +63,933)

    Cases Reported: 381,656 (Up +5,810)

    Texas is actively suppressing Positive Cases from FDA-approved "highly accurate" antigen tests and the daily case increases going forward are suspect.


    Fatalities: 5,038 (Up +153)

    Texas tests per 1M population are 124,311 (Up +2,244) which places Texas as the 14th worst State.

    Click this link: https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us and on the page click the Tests / 1M pop column twice to sort from worst to first

    They are using roughly 28.996 million as the population of Texas.

    Texas is still mixing Viral and Antibody Tests in the worldometers report on total test numbers which reports 3,664,679 tests which is inflated by 294,704 Antibody Tests.

    As of today the real number of Total Viral Tests for Texas is 3,369,975 which works out to be 116,222 per 1M population so Texas is really the 10th worst state in testing
     
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    14 in Texas family test positive for coronavirus after small gathering, 1 dies

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/1...l-gathering-1-dies/ar-BB17fuQ4?ocid=Peregrine
    Fourteen members of the same family in Texas tested positive for the coronavirus following a small gathering in June, the family says. One of them has died and another is on life support.

    Tony Green, who lives in Dallas, said that after months of social distancing, he and his partner hosted a party for their parents on June 13.

    He and his partner did not wear masks at the gathering, nor did their parents.

    "We just felt the worst was behind the country because everything was easy, things were reopening and none of us were experiencing any symptoms," Green said.

    The next day, Green said, he woke up feeling sick. By June 15, his partner and parents, all of whose names he declined to provide, were all sick.

    Green, 43, told NBC News in a phone interview Monday that he has chronicled the episode in a GoFundMe that he launched to cover the medical expenses for his partner's father, Rafael Ceja, who has pneumonia and is on life support after testing positive for COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus.

    Green said his partner's parents traveled from their home in Dallas to Austin on June 15 for the birth of their first grandchild. Ceja's mother and one of his partner's sisters also joined them for the visit.

    "That night in Austin, my father-in-law became ill," Green said.

    Then his mother-in-law and sister-in-law began feeling ill. Although his wife's parents and his sister-in-law quickly left Austin, the parents of the newborn also got sick and tested positive for the coronavirus, Green said.

    Between June 17 and 23, his father-in-law's mother became ill.

    Green said he and his father-in-law were both admitted to the hospital June 24.

    The virus attacked his central nervous system, Green said, and he nearly had a stroke. He spent a few days in the hospital. Sometime in late June, his father-in-law's mother was admitted to the same hospital as her son.

    She died of COVID-19 and pneumonia July 2 in a room next door to her son, Green said. Ceja was unaware his mother was in a room next to his.

    Green said his mother-in-law, Marisa, called him "crying and screaming in terror" July 12 to inform him Ceja was on life support.

    Two days later, a funeral was held for Ceja's mother. Only 10 family members could attend.


    Narrowing the guest count was made possible with the continuing bad news: Two of Ceja's sisters, one of his nephews and a brother-in-law had all contracted the virus bringing the total number of infected family members to 14, Green said.

    "I cannot help but feel responsible for convincing our families it was safe to have a get together," he said.

    The guilt he feels is overwhelming.

    "There's a lot of things that I would have done differently," he said.

    Green said he decided to publicly document his family's diagnoses because he knows many people in the Dallas area who are unconvinced the virus can be deadly and of the importance of social distancing. The decision has divided his family, he said.

    "I just don’t think that people are really paying enough attention to the safety protocols and to the things they can do to protect themselves a little better," he said Monday.
     
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    Florida Covid-19 cases in children: Hospitalizations among kids jump 23%

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/f...among-kids-jump-23/ar-BB17f3xr?ocid=Peregrine

    Just weeks before schools must open across Florida, the numbers of new cases and hospitalizations due to Covid-19 have surged.

    On July 16, the state had a total of 23,170 children ages 17 and under who had tested positive since the beginning of the pandemic, according to the Florida Department of Health. By July 24, that number jumped to 31,150.

    That's a 34% increase in new cases among children in eight days.

    And more children in Florida are requiring hospitalization. As of July 16, 246 children had been hospitalized with coronavirus. By July 24, that number had jumped to 303.

    That's a 23% increase in child Covid-19 hospitalizations in eight days.


    The surges in child Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations come amid rampant debate over whether children should return to classrooms this fall, or if they should continue remote learning.

    They also directly contradict US Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos' claims that children are "stoppers of the disease" who "don't get it and transmit it themselves."
     
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    I'm curious what the MLB (Major League of Baseball) will do now. Their one team from Miami, Florida has a handful of players testing positive for COVID19. I assume that means the entire team will be in lockdown for at least 2 weeks now. That pretty much cancels at least 25% of their 60 Game Season I would think.

    They had all the precautions and bubbles and process setup and still they got hit with it.

    I heard the MLB will have an Emergency session tonight to figure out WTF to do.
     
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    Ohio is at 17.6K new tests.
    Ohio is at +1104 new cases, with Cuyahoga County at +91 new cases.
    Test Positivity rate is around 6.27% for these new tests.

    The number of new cases and hospitalizations are back to the new average range, but number of cases in Cuyahoga County is remaining lower.

    Here is the trends which is using reported date and not arbitrary and incorrectly identified user reported onset date. This graphic is resized by ~ 75% and taken from the State's Current Trends page: https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/covid-19/dashboards/current-trends

    upload_2020-7-27_15-42-47.png

    Here is the raw data for the last few days:

    upload_2020-7-27_15-41-52.png

    Code:
    Date; Total Tests; New Tests; Tests per 1M Population; Total Cases; Cuyahoga County Cases; Hospitalizations; Total Deaths; New Cases; New Hospitalizations; New Deaths
    2020-07-04;    844,675;    20,194;    72,262;    56,183;    7,571;    8,111;    2,907;    926;    27;    4
    2020-07-05;    865,069;    20,394;    74,007;    57,151;    7,724;    8,172;    2,911;    968;    61;    4
    2020-07-06;    877,688;    12,619;    75,087;    57,956;    7,883;    8,249;    2,927;    805;    77;    16
    2020-07-07;    892,731;    15,043;    76,374;    58,904;    8,048;    8,383;    2,970;    948;    134;    43
    2020-07-08;    911,905;    19,174;    78,014;    60,181;    8,277;    8,489;    2,991;    1,277;    106;    21
    2020-07-09;    931,834;    19,929;    79,719;    61,331;    8,518;    8,570;    3,006;    1,150;    81;    15
    2020-07-10;    955,697;    23,863;    81,760;    62,856;    8,786;    8,701;    3,032;    1,525;    131;    26
    2020-07-11;    979,149;    23,452;    83,767;    64,214;    8,979;    8,770;    3,036;    1,358;    69;    4
    2020-07-12;    1,002,463;    23,314;    85,761;    65,592;    9,208;    8,842;    3,058;    1,378;    72;    22
    2020-07-13;    1,020,811;    18,348;    87,331;    66,853;    9,359;    8,915;    3,064;    1,261;    73;    6
    2020-07-14;    1,039,767;    18,956;    88,953;    67,995;    9,509;    9,049;    3,069;    1,142;    134;    5
    2020-07-15;    1,058,599;    18,832;    90,564;    69,311;    9,784;    9,209;    3,075;    1,316;    160;    6
    2020-07-16;    1,084,732;    26,133;    92,799;    70,601;    9,985;    9,324;    3,103;    1,290;    115;    28
    2020-07-17 1,112,019 27,287 95,134 72,280 10,215 9,445 3,112 1,679 121 9
    2020-07-18 1,134,298 22,279 97,040 73,822 10,438 9,513 3,132 1,542 68 20
    2020-07-19 1,158,737 24,439 99,131 74,932 10,553 9,555 3,174 1,110 42 42
    2020-07-20 1,177,696 18,959 100,753 76,168 10,713 9,610 3,189 1,236 55 15
    2020-07-21 1,195,771 18,075 102,299 77,215 10,828 9,736 3,219 1,047 126 30
    2020-07-22 1,217,262 21,491 104,137 78,742 11,015 9,864 3,235 1,527 128 16
    2020-07-23 1,240,659 23,397 106,139 80,186 11,206 9,968 3,256 1,444 104 21
    2020-07-24 1,263,191 22,532 108,067 81,746 11,404 10,072 3,297 1,560 104 41
    2020-07-25 1,289,373 26,182 110,307 83,184 11,584 10,145 3,297 1,438 73 0
    2020-07-26 1,321,931 32,558 113,092 84,073 11,697 10,199 3,307 889 54 10
    2020-07-27 1,339,549 17,618 114,599 85,177 11,788 10,285 3,344 1,104 86 37
    
     
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    2019 Novel Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19) for Dallas County Texas
    https://www.dallascounty.org/departments/dchhs/2019-novel-coronavirus.php

    July 27, 2020 - 47,239 confirmed cases - 607 deaths

    47,239 confirmed cases up 426 and two new deaths
    those 426 new cases represent a 0.9% increase over the last day

    Dallas County reported just 426 new coronavirus cases Monday, and a glitch in the state’s electronic reporting system could be to blame, officials said.

    Last-minute changes due to the pandemic are stressing the state’s reporting systems, which Dallas County has used for years, said Dr. Philip Huang, the county’s health director.

    He said making the changes during this time is like “building the airplane while you’re flying.”

    The glitch, he said, could be happening somewhere in the process of private labs reporting cases to the state, which then reports cases to the county.

    On Saturday, the county reported a record number of cases. But Huang said about 400 of those cases should’ve been dispersed over a period of about seven days.


    Increases (by percent) since March 27, 2020 :
    21.0%, 19.6%, 11.1%, 12.5%, 14.9%
    -- Month of April 2020 --
    15.8%, 13.7%, 10.8%, 10.2%, 9.6%, 3.9%, 9.2%, 5.0%, 8.2%, 7.3%, 7.0%, 4.8%, 3.8%, 5.0%, 5.8%,
    4.0%, 6.0%, 6.1%, 4.5%, 3.5%, 3.6%, 3.1%, 3.0%, 2.6%, 2.6%, 3.6%, 3.0%, 4.3%, 3.5%, 5.3%
    -- Month of May 2020 --
    5.3%, 4.9%, 6.0%, 5.7%, 5.9%, 5.3%, 5.2%, 4.9%, 4.7%, 4.5%, 4.3%, 3.9%, 3.8%, 3.6%, 2.9%, 3.0%,
    2.8%, 3.0%, 2.9%, 2.4%, 2.3%, 2.5%, 2.0%, 2.1%, 1.9%, 2.1%, 2.1%, 2.2%, 2.1%, 2.2%, 2.3%
    -- Month of June 2020 --
    2.2%, 2.5%, 2.2%, 2.6%, 2.7%, 2.5%, 2.2%, 2.1%, 2.4%, 2.4%, 2.4%, 2.5%, 2.5%, 2.2%, 2.1%,
    2.1%, 2.8%, 2.6%, 2.4%, 2.5%, 2.5%, 2.7%, 2.6%, 2.2%, 2.2%, 2.7%, 2.9%, 2.9%, 2.8%, 2.9%
    -- Month of July 2020 --
    2.5%, 3.2%, 4.8%, 4.7%, 4.3%, 4.7%, 4.0%, 3.7%, 4.1%, 3.8%, 3.5%, 3.6%, 3.3%, 2.9%, 2.9%, 2.8%,
    3.1%, 2.6%, 2.6%, 2.5%, 1.7%, 1.0%, 1.5%, 1.5%, 2.8%, 1.7% and now 0.9%

    Increases (by count) since March 27, 2020 :
    +64, +72, +49, +61, +82
    -- Month of April 2020 --
    +100, +100, +90, +94, +97. +43, +106, +63, +108, +105, +107, +79, +65, +89, +109,
    +80, +124, +134, +104, +84, +90, +81, +80, +71, +75, +105, +91, +135, +112, +179
    -- Month of May 2020 --
    +187, +181, +234, +237, +253, +246, +251, +249, +250, +251, +253, +236, +243, +235, +199, +214,
    +205, +224, +225, +186, +183, +204, +172, +178, +171, +190, +197, +202, +200, +219, +228
    -- Month of June 2020 --
    +228, +257, +239, +285, +298, +289, +263, +254, +298, +300, +312, +328, +345, +302, +305,
    +306, +413, +392, +394, +395, +408, +454, +445, +391, +403, +496, +561, +570, +572, +601
    -- Month of July 2020 --
    +544, +708, +1,085, +1,103, +1,062, +1,214, +1,077, +1,029, +1,201, +1,164, +1,101, +1,174, +1,114, +1,000, +1,055, +1,027,
    +1,195, +1,031, +1,044, +1,026, +734, +413, +648, +659, +1,267, +800 and now +426

     
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    State of Texas complete COVID-19 data breakdown

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    https://txdshs.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/ed483ecd702b4298ab01e8b9cafc8b83
    https://txdshs.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/0d8bdf9be927459d9cb11b9eaef6101

    Data as of 7/27/2020 @4:35 PM:

    Total Viral Tests: 3,428,882 (Up +58,907)

    Cases Reported: 385,923 (Up +4,267)

    Texas is actively suppressing Positive Cases from FDA-approved "highly accurate" antigen tests and the daily case increases going forward are suspect.


    Fatalities: 5,713 (Up +44)

    July 27: DSHS is now reporting COVID-19 fatality data based on death certificates. A fatality is counted as a COVID-19 fatality when the medical certifier attests on the death certificate that COVID-19 is a cause of death.

    Death certificate data has identified 5,713 fatalities among Texas residents, including 44 newly reported Monday. That compares with 5,038 deaths reported Sunday under the previous method.

    Texas tests per 1M population are 128,115 (Up +3,804) which places Texas as the 14th worst State.

    Click this link: https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us and on the page click the Tests / 1M pop column twice to sort from worst to first

    They are using roughly 28.996 million as the population of Texas.

    Texas is still mixing Viral and Antibody Tests in the worldometers report on total test numbers which reports 3,714,821 tests which is inflated by 285,939 Antibody Tests.

    As of today the real number of Total Viral Tests for Texas is 3,428,882 which works out to be 118,254 per 1M population so Texas is really the 10th worst state in testing
     
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    Alabama pastor says over 40 infected with coronavirus after revival: ‘The whole church has got it'

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/alabama-pastor-says-over-40-infected-with-coronavirus-after-revival-the-whole-church-has-got-it/ar-BB17hlvu

    More than 40 people were infected with the coronavirus after attending a multiday revival event at a north Alabama Baptist church, according to the congregation’s pastor.

    “The whole church has got it, just about,” Al.com quoted pastor Daryl Ross of Warrior Creek Missionary Baptist Church in Marshall County as saying.

    The pastor says the churchgoers, including himself, tested positive after the congregation held a series of religious services featuring a guest pastor over the course of several days last week.

    Ross said the services were shut down by Friday after learning that one of the members who attended had tested positive for the virus. The member presented no symptoms but got tested when several of his co-workers received positive tests, according to the pastor.

    Over the weekend, dozens more fell ill, Ross said, adding, “I’ve got church members sick everywhere.”

    “We knew what we were getting into,” he said. “We knew the possibilities.”


    Ross said only two members’ cases were serious, and as of Sunday, nobody had been hospitalized, though many had reported having fevers, headaches and respiratory issues.

    He said some social distancing measures were in place during the services, which were held multiple times a day, and most members skipped the events out of concern for the virus. Those that attended sat with their own families. Masks were not required, the newspaper reported.

    “We let everybody do what they felt like. ... If you were comfortable shaking hands, you shook hands. If you didn’t, you didn’t,” the pastor said.

    The church is located in a small community called Strawberry, about 60 miles northeast of Birmingham.
     
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    Looks like their god decided to punish the stupid
     
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    You don't get it. Since no one is seriously ill, they'll say their god protected them from harm and let them be healthier by getting the virus. They'll now do more congregations.
     
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    Yet.

    Wait a few weeks.
     
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    Ohio is at 54.5K new tests.
    Ohio is at +1320 new cases, with Cuyahoga County at +150 new cases.
    Test Positivity rate is around 2.42% for these new tests.

    The number of new tests is amazing, but I have to wonder how it happened? Was there some massive backlog somewhere and the floodgates finally opened? I have seen no indication of different testing methodologies being put in place.

    Here is the trends which is using reported date and not arbitrary and incorrectly identified user reported onset date. This graphic is resized by ~ 75% and taken from the State's Current Trends page: https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/covid-19/dashboards/current-trends

    upload_2020-7-28_14-17-38.png

    Here is the raw data for the last few days:

    upload_2020-7-28_14-16-36.png

    Code:
    Date; Total Tests; New Tests; Tests per 1M Population; Total Cases; Cuyahoga County Cases; Hospitalizations; Total Deaths; New Cases; New Hospitalizations; New Deaths
    2020-07-07;    892,731;    15,043;    76,374;    58,904;    8,048;    8,383;    2,970;    948;    134;    43
    2020-07-08;    911,905;    19,174;    78,014;    60,181;    8,277;    8,489;    2,991;    1,277;    106;    21
    2020-07-09;    931,834;    19,929;    79,719;    61,331;    8,518;    8,570;    3,006;    1,150;    81;    15
    2020-07-10;    955,697;    23,863;    81,760;    62,856;    8,786;    8,701;    3,032;    1,525;    131;    26
    2020-07-11;    979,149;    23,452;    83,767;    64,214;    8,979;    8,770;    3,036;    1,358;    69;    4
    2020-07-12;    1,002,463;    23,314;    85,761;    65,592;    9,208;    8,842;    3,058;    1,378;    72;    22
    2020-07-13;    1,020,811;    18,348;    87,331;    66,853;    9,359;    8,915;    3,064;    1,261;    73;    6
    2020-07-14;    1,039,767;    18,956;    88,953;    67,995;    9,509;    9,049;    3,069;    1,142;    134;    5
    2020-07-15;    1,058,599;    18,832;    90,564;    69,311;    9,784;    9,209;    3,075;    1,316;    160;    6
    2020-07-16;    1,084,732;    26,133;    92,799;    70,601;    9,985;    9,324;    3,103;    1,290;    115;    28
    2020-07-17 1,112,019 27,287 95,134 72,280 10,215 9,445 3,112 1,679 121 9
    2020-07-18 1,134,298 22,279 97,040 73,822 10,438 9,513 3,132 1,542 68 20
    2020-07-19 1,158,737 24,439 99,131 74,932 10,553 9,555 3,174 1,110 42 42
    2020-07-20 1,177,696 18,959 100,753 76,168 10,713 9,610 3,189 1,236 55 15
    2020-07-21 1,195,771 18,075 102,299 77,215 10,828 9,736 3,219 1,047 126 30
    2020-07-22 1,217,262 21,491 104,137 78,742 11,015 9,864 3,235 1,527 128 16
    2020-07-23 1,240,659 23,397 106,139 80,186 11,206 9,968 3,256 1,444 104 21
    2020-07-24 1,263,191 22,532 108,067 81,746 11,404 10,072 3,297 1,560 104 41
    2020-07-25 1,289,373 26,182 110,307 83,184 11,584 10,145 3,297 1,438 73 0
    2020-07-26 1,321,931 32,558 113,092 84,073 11,697 10,199 3,307 889 54 10
    2020-07-27 1,339,549 17,618 114,599 85,177 11,788 10,285 3,344 1,104 86 37
    2020-07-28 1,394,132 54,583 119,269 86,497 11,938 10,425 3,382 1,320 140 38
    



    Here is their graphic on the Travel Advisory and Quarantine, pretty much highlighting the dangers of certain states with obscene positivity rates.

    [​IMG]
     
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    2019 Novel Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19) for Dallas County Texas
    https://www.dallascounty.org/departments/dchhs/2019-novel-coronavirus.php

    July 28, 2020 - 48,028 confirmed cases - 622 deaths

    48,028 confirmed cases up 789 and fifteen new deaths
    those 789 new cases represent a 1.7% increase over the last day

    Increases (by percent) since March 27, 2020 :
    21.0%, 19.6%, 11.1%, 12.5%, 14.9%
    -- Month of April 2020 --
    15.8%, 13.7%, 10.8%, 10.2%, 9.6%, 3.9%, 9.2%, 5.0%, 8.2%, 7.3%, 7.0%, 4.8%, 3.8%, 5.0%, 5.8%,
    4.0%, 6.0%, 6.1%, 4.5%, 3.5%, 3.6%, 3.1%, 3.0%, 2.6%, 2.6%, 3.6%, 3.0%, 4.3%, 3.5%, 5.3%
    -- Month of May 2020 --
    5.3%, 4.9%, 6.0%, 5.7%, 5.9%, 5.3%, 5.2%, 4.9%, 4.7%, 4.5%, 4.3%, 3.9%, 3.8%, 3.6%, 2.9%, 3.0%,
    2.8%, 3.0%, 2.9%, 2.4%, 2.3%, 2.5%, 2.0%, 2.1%, 1.9%, 2.1%, 2.1%, 2.2%, 2.1%, 2.2%, 2.3%
    -- Month of June 2020 --
    2.2%, 2.5%, 2.2%, 2.6%, 2.7%, 2.5%, 2.2%, 2.1%, 2.4%, 2.4%, 2.4%, 2.5%, 2.5%, 2.2%, 2.1%,
    2.1%, 2.8%, 2.6%, 2.4%, 2.5%, 2.5%, 2.7%, 2.6%, 2.2%, 2.2%, 2.7%, 2.9%, 2.9%, 2.8%, 2.9%
    -- Month of July 2020 --
    2.5%, 3.2%, 4.8%, 4.7%, 4.3%, 4.7%, 4.0%, 3.7%, 4.1%, 3.8%, 3.5%, 3.6%, 3.3%, 2.9%, 2.9%, 2.8%,
    3.1%, 2.6%, 2.6%, 2.5%, 1.7%, 1.0%, 1.5%, 1.5%, 2.8%, 1.7%, 0.9% and now 1.7%

    Increases (by count) since March 27, 2020 :
    +64, +72, +49, +61, +82
    -- Month of April 2020 --
    +100, +100, +90, +94, +97. +43, +106, +63, +108, +105, +107, +79, +65, +89, +109,
    +80, +124, +134, +104, +84, +90, +81, +80, +71, +75, +105, +91, +135, +112, +179
    -- Month of May 2020 --
    +187, +181, +234, +237, +253, +246, +251, +249, +250, +251, +253, +236, +243, +235, +199, +214,
    +205, +224, +225, +186, +183, +204, +172, +178, +171, +190, +197, +202, +200, +219, +228
    -- Month of June 2020 --
    +228, +257, +239, +285, +298, +289, +263, +254, +298, +300, +312, +328, +345, +302, +305,
    +306, +413, +392, +394, +395, +408, +454, +445, +391, +403, +496, +561, +570, +572, +601
    -- Month of July 2020 --
    +544, +708, +1,085, +1,103, +1,062, +1,214, +1,077, +1,029, +1,201, +1,164, +1,101, +1,174, +1,114, +1,000, +1,055, +1,027,
    +1,195, +1,031, +1,044, +1,026, +734, +413, +648, +659, +1,267, +800, +426 and now +789

     
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    State of Texas complete COVID-19 data breakdown

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    https://txdshs.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/ed483ecd702b4298ab01e8b9cafc8b83
    https://txdshs.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/0d8bdf9be927459d9cb11b9eaef6101

    Data as of 7/28/2020 @4:00 PM:

    Total Viral Tests: 3,476,926 (Up +48,044)

    Cases Reported: 394,265 (Up +8,342)

    Texas is actively suppressing Positive Cases from FDA-approved "highly accurate" antigen tests and the daily case increases going forward are suspect.


    Fatalities: 5,877 (Up +164)

    Texas tests per 1M population are 130,269 (Up +2,154) which places Texas as the 14th worst State.

    Click this link: https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us and on the page click the Tests / 1M pop column twice to sort from worst to first

    They are using roughly 28.996 million as the population of Texas.

    Texas is still mixing Viral and Antibody Tests in the worldometers report on total test numbers which reports 3,777,263 tests which is inflated by 300,337 Antibody Tests.

    As of today the real number of Total Viral Tests for Texas is 3,476,926 which works out to be 119,911 per 1M population so Texas is really the 10th worst state in testing
     
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