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

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    Three-Quarters of Recovered Coronavirus Patients Have Heart Damage Months Later, Study Finds

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/health/me...t-damage-months-later-study-finds/ar-BB17i7Z6

    Well over half a year into the COVID-19 pandemic, experts are learning more about the virus that was initially believed to be only a respiratory illness. Over time, it’s become clear that COVID-19 attacks far more than just the lungs, and new research indicates that it can leave lasting heart damage, even in formerly healthy people who have recovered from the initial symptoms.

    Two new studies, both from Germany, examined the effects of COVID-19 on the heart, with one focusing on recovered patients and the other on older victims of the virus.

    The first study, published Monday in JAMA Cardiology, found that three-quarters of recovered COVID-19 patients were left with structural changes to their hearts, even two months later.

    The researchers examined cardiac MRIs from 100 recovered COVID-19 patients between the ages of 45 to 53, and compared them to MRIs of similar people who did not contract the virus. Most of the COVID-19 patients had recovered at home, while 33 had to be hospitalized at some point in their illness.

    Of the 100 COVID-19 patients, 78 had structural changes to their hearts. Within that group, 76 had a biomarker that is typically found in patients who had a heart attack, and 60 had heart inflammation, called myocarditis. The patients were all “mostly healthy … prior to their illness,” the researchers said.

    "The patients and ourselves were both surprised by the intensity and prevalence of these findings, and that they were still very pronounced even though the original illness had been by then already a few weeks away," study co-author Dr. Valentina Puntmann, a consultant physician, cardiologist and clinical pharmacologist at University Hospital Frankfurt in Germany, told UPI.

    The second study, also published in JAMA Cardiology, looked at autopsy reports from 39 COVID-19 victims between 78 and 89 years old who died at the start of the pandemic. The researchers found that the virus had infected the heart in 41 percent of the patients.

    “We see signs of viral replication in those that are heavily infected,” study co-author Dirk Westermann, a cardiologist at the University Heart and Vascular Centre in Hamburg, told Stat. “We don’t know the long-term consequences of the changes in gene expression yet. I know from other diseases that it’s obviously not good to have that increased level of inflammation.”

    On Sunday, Boston Red Sox pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez confirmed that he won’t yet start the new MLB season because he is dealing with myocarditis, the heart inflammation found in the first study, in the months after he contracted COVID-19. Rodriguez is currently waiting on further MRI results to see if he can play.

    “It’s been hard, weird. First, I got the COVID, feel all the symptoms and everything, at some point thinking that’s how bad it was the first four days. And then get here, and now that I have this, I was hoping that I get ready and go for the season as quick as I can,” Rodriguez told WEEI. “Now I’ve got to get a week off, wait for the results of the next MRI. I would say it’s been weird, really weird for me."
     
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    https://sports.yahoo.com/miami-marlins-players-reportedly-went-222515897.html

    The Phillies' 2020 season was put on hold by Major League Baseball on Tuesday after at least 17 Miami Marlins players tested positive for COVID-19 between Opening Day and Tuesday.

    The root of the Marlins' sudden outbreak hasn't been confirmed, but according to USA Today baseball insider Bob Nightengale, it started in Atlanta.

    During an appearance in the 5:00-5:15 block on 93.7 The Fan in Pittsburgh, Nightengale reported that "at least" one Marlins player, possibly more, left the team hotel and went out while in Atlanta, days before the season began.

    Here's the report, verbatim, from Nightengale:

    I think it's a wake-up call for all the other teams, saying, 'You'd better not go out at night.' Because if you bring it in, you've got a chance to knock off the season by yourself.
    [...]
    Well, I think a couple guys went out in Atlanta. That's what happened. I don't think it was any kind of fluke, from the bus driver or a pilot, any of that. I believe some guys got careless, at least one guy did for sure, he went out, and came back positive and spread it around.
    Major League Baseball and the Marlins have yet to publicly discuss the cause of the team's outbreak.
     
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    Ive known for ages what an idiot Gohmert is
     
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    Ohio is at 22K new tests.
    Ohio is at +1396 new cases, with Cuyahoga County at +150 new cases.
    Test Positivity rate is around 6.34% for these new tests.

    The number of new tests is back to normal range. Still nothing said about yesterdays 54K 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

    upload_2020-7-29_17-24-11.png

    Here is the raw data for the last few days:

    upload_2020-7-29_17-23-41.png

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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
    2020-07-07;    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
    2020-07-29 1,416,157 22,025 121,153 87,893 12,088 10,553 3,422 1,396 128 40
    
     
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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 29, 2020 - 48,732 confirmed cases - 658 deaths

    48,732 confirmed cases up 704 and thirty six new deaths
    those 704 new cases represent a 1.5% increase over the last day

    The 36 new daily deaths 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%, 2.8%, 1.7%, 0.9%, 1.7% and now 1.5%

    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, +789 and now +704

     
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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 7/29/2020 @3:50 PM:

    Total Viral Tests: 3,539,368 (Up +62,442)

    Cases Reported: 403,307 (Up +9,042)

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


    Fatalities: 6,190 (Up +313)

    A new all time high in daily deaths.

    Texas tests per 1M population are 132,744 (Up +2,475) 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 3,849,040 tests which is inflated by 309,672 Antibody Tests.

    As of today the real number of Total Viral Tests for Texas is 3,539,368 which works out to be 122,064 per 1M population so Texas is really the 10th worst state in testing
     
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    Tomorrow in Indonesia will be a big religion day and people will pray together in mosque.

    The solution by government: reduce the duration by skipping the lecture.

    :(

    I will stay at home.
     
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    While on the topic of Karma...

    Couple who insisted on 100 wedding guests diagnosed with Covid-19

    The wedding, that took place in early July, was held at the SS Peter and Paul’s Church, which overlooks Washington Square Park in San Francisco, California.

    The couple also held a rehearsal dinner the night before the event, which more than 40 guests attended, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.
    ...
    As the guests were arriving at the venue, an official from the city showed up and told them that it could not go ahead as planned, because the amount of guests involved violated an executive order in the state.
    ...
    The couple were still able to have a wedding of some kind, but with a majority of the guests watching the service via video-conferencing service Zoom and a select few in the church.

    The couple, alongside eight of their guests tested positive for the virus, after they started showing symptoms of Covid-19 within five days of the ceremony.

    The guest list at the wedding included people travelling from all over the US, including Texas and Arizona, which have both struggled with the pandemic and recorded record cases in the last six weeks.
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    The Archdiocese spokesman for the area, Mike Brown, added that none of the guests who contracted the virus have been in contact with the church to let them know about their positive test results.

    Full Article: https://www.independent.co.uk/news/...rancisco-california-coronavirus-a9640996.html
     
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    Of course not that would require consideration for others.
     
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    Ohio is at 25.5K new tests.
    Ohio is at +1733 new cases, with Cuyahoga County at +124 new cases.
    Test Positivity rate is around 6.78% for these new tests.

    Record number of new cases, and higher than average hospitalizations and icus.

    Here is the trends which is using reported date and not arbitrary and incorrectly identified user reported onset date taken from https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/covid-19/dashboards/current-trends

    upload_2020-7-30_14-55-54.png

    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
    2020-07-07;    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
    2020-07-29 1,416,157 22,025 121,153 87,893 12,088 10,553 3,422 1,396 128 40
    2020-07-30 1,441,708 25,551 123,339 89,626 12,212 10,678 3,442 1,733 125 20
    
     
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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
    https://www.dallascounty.org/Assets/uploads/docs/covid-19/press-releases/july/7.30.2020-Press-Release-Dallas-County-Reports-Additional-Positive-2019-Novel-Coronavirus-(COVID-19)-Cases.pdf

    July 30, 2020 - 49,269 confirmed cases - 664 deaths

    49,269 confirmed cases up 537 and six new deaths
    those 537 new cases represent a 1.1% 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%, 1.7%, 1.5% and now 1.1%

    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, +789, +704 and now +537

     
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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 7/30/2020 @4:55 PM:

    Total Viral Tests: 3,609,474 (Up +70,106)

    Cases Reported: 412,107 (Up +8,800)

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


    Fatalities: 6,274 (Up +84)

    Texas tests per 1M population are 134,891 (Up +2,147) 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 3,911,270 tests which is inflated by 301,796 Antibody Tests.

    As of today the real number of Total Viral Tests for Texas is 3,609,474 which works out to be 124,482 per 1M population so Texas is really the 10th worst state in testing

     
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    Ohio is at 21.8K new tests.
    Ohio is at +1533 new cases, with Cuyahoga County at +187 new cases.
    Test Positivity rate is around 7.03% for these new tests.

    Here is the trends which is using reported date and not arbitrary and incorrectly identified user reported onset date taken from https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/covid-19/dashboards/current-trends

    upload_2020-7-31_15-16-20.png

    Here is the raw data for the last few days:

    upload_2020-7-31_15-15-42.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
    2020-07-12;    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
    2020-07-29 1,416,157 22,025 121,153 87,893 12,088 10,553 3,422 1,396 128 40
    2020-07-30 1,441,708 25,551 123,339 89,626 12,212 10,678 3,442 1,733 125 20
    2020-07-31 1,463,508 21,800 125,204 91,159 12,399 10,790 3,489 1,533 112 47
    
     
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    So as Ohio new case counts continue to increase, the Governor has put in place a new order that Bars can only sell alcohol until 10pm and collect any unconsumed at 11pm. I'm not certain how the expect this to make any sort of impact, as it likely means all the young or dumb fucks out partying and spreading the disease will simply do so earlier. They need to close the bars if they want to be serious about stopping the spread. Instead they're doing fuck-for-all tiny measures that won't make any difference.

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    New from Thursday Night -- https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/wps/po...ses-news-you-can-use/covid-19-update-07-30-20

    COVID-19 Update: Liquor Sale and On-Premises Consumption Limits, Mass Gathering Order, Updated Risk Levels

    ALCOHOL SALE AND ON-PREMISES CONSUMPTION LIMITS

    Governor DeWine announced today that he has asked the Ohio Liquor Control Commission to call an emergency meeting to consider enacting a statewide emergency rule to limit liquor sales at establishments that serve alcohol for on-site consumption.

    The rule would prevent the sale of alcohol at these liquor-permitted establishments beginning at 10:00 p.m. each night. On-premises consumption must end by 11:00 p.m. Businesses may stay open, and establishments that sell food can continue serving meals until closing.

    Governor DeWine requested the new administrative rule after seeing outbreaks associated with bars across Ohio including Toledo, Cleveland, and Columbus.

    "The problem is, bars, by their nature, lend themselves to a revolving door of people in close contact, oftentimes indoors, with interactions between many different people," said Governor DeWine. "While this may have been fine during normal times, these are not normal times. We must make a change to curb the social behaviors that will cause this virus to continue to spread."

    Separately, Governor DeWine is also asking the commission to raise the number of liquor and mixed drinks permitted to be purchased for carryout with a meal from two drinks to three drinks.

    The Ohio Liquor Control Commission will hold its emergency meeting tomorrow at 9:00 a.m. If the emergency administrative rule is approved, Governor DeWine will sign an executive order making it effective tomorrow night.


    UPDATED COUNTY RISK LEVELS

    Governor DeWine released this week's new Ohio Public Health Advisory System map.

    "The good news is that more people are wearing masks in our urban counties and we are seeing the spread slow because of that," said Governor DeWine. "The bad news is that Ohio's more rural counties are turning orange with significantly more spread taking place. I will again urge those who live in rural counties to wear masks while in public."

    Remaining at Level 3:
    • Allen
    • Cuyahoga
    • Erie
    • Fairfield
    • Franklin
    • Hamilton
    • Licking
    • Lucas
    • Henry
    • Lawrence
    • Marion
    • Medina
    • Montgomery
    Downgraded from
    Level 3 to Level 2:
    • Clark
    • Defiance
    • Hardin
    • Athens
    • Clermont
    • Delaware
    • Pickaway
    • Scioto
    • Union
    Downgraded to from
    Level 3 to Level 1:
    • Richland
     
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    An article on the switch from the CDC reporting to the NHS now reporting to the "Covid Tracking Project" run by an independent company hired by the feds:

     
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    Oh, and in Indiana the governor has changed the mask requirements so that students don't need to wear masks if the desks are 3-6 feet apart as opposed to the previously required 6 feet.

    In other words he's trying to get my state killed. :|
     
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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 31, 2020 - 49,976 confirmed cases - 671 deaths

    49,976 confirmed cases up 707 and seven new deaths
    those 707 new cases represent a 1.4% 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%, 1.7%, 1.5%, 1.1% and now 1.4%

    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, +789, +704, +537 and now +707

     
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