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

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  1. A1xLLcqAgt0qc2RyMz0y

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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

    May 4, 2020 - 4,370 confirmed cases - 114 deaths

    4,370 confirmed cases up 237 over yesterday and three new deaths
    those 237 new cases represent a 5.7% increase over the last day

    3nd day after the "Stay at Home" was lifted and certain businesses being 25% open and the curve is not flattening but continues to expand.
    Not Good.

    Increases (by percent) over the last 39 days:
    21.0%, 19.6%, 11.1%, 12.5%, 14.9%, 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%,
    5.3%, 4.9%, 6.0% and now 5.7%

    Increases (by count) over the last 39 days:
    +64, +72, +49, +61, +82, +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,
    +187, +181, +234 and now +237

     
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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

    Data as of 5/4/2020 @ 12:15 PM:

    Total Tests: 407,398 (Up +16,838) : 13,162 below the 30,000 Daily Tests that the Governor of Texas Abbott promised, Not Good
    Cases Reported: 32,332 (Up +784) : -242 less cases today over yesterday
    In Hospitals: 1,533 (Down -7)
    Patients Recovered (Estimated*) : 16,090 (Up +546)
    Fatalities: 884 (Up +17)

    Texas tests per 1M population are 14,610 (Up +604) which places Texas as the 10th worst State. Up two places from yesterday.

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

    They're using roughly 27.885 million as the population of Texas.
     
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    I was listening to the Ohio press briefing today and feel so demotivated based on what they said regarding how Ohio's testing capabilities have been broadly expanded. They did 4.9K tests yesterday with previous days at 3.3K, 3.6K, 5.5K, 4.9K, 6.5K, 5.2K and 4.3K. They're at 154,290 total tests for average of 13,253 tests per 1M population. This will likely keep them in 3rd to Dead Last in States for Testing. Only Kansas and Arizona are more pathetic.

    Fucking morons who have no moral qualms telling lies to the public.

    Before that massive lie, they said it's still over a week away before they hope to be ramping up to hit 22K tests a day.
     
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    Ohio did 4.9K tests yesterday (for today's numbers) with previous days at 3.3K, 3.6K, 5.5K, 4.9K, 6.5K, 5.2K and 4.3K. They're at 154,290 total tests for average of 13,253 tests per 1M population. This will likely keep them in 3rd to Dead Last in States for Testing. Only Kansas and Arizona are more pathetic.

    Ohio's numbers today, Confirmed: 20,474 (up from 19,914 ), Hospitalized: 3,809 (up from 3,769 ), and Deaths: 1,056 (up from 1,038 ).
    CDC Expanded Cases and Deaths: 865, 81
    Confirmed Cuyahoga County: 2,398 (up from 2,338 ).

    Percentage increase: 2.81%, 1.06%, 1.73%
    Raw increase: 560, 40, 18

    Ohio has total tests of 154,290 (up from 149,346 ) and tests per 1M population of 13,253 (up from 12,829 ) taken from https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/covid-19/dashboards/key-metrics/cases and https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ [case numbers updated later]

    They're using roughly 11.641482 million as the population of Ohio
     
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    read that the USA has registered the least amount of deaths in a month, way to go
     
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    A mutant coronavirus has emerged, even more contagious than the original, study says

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/a-mutant-coronavirus-has-emerged-even-more-contagious-than-the-original-study-says/ar-BB13CHNP

     
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    Great yet another thing for Ohio to completely fuckup testing for...
     
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    Ohio saw it's worst day for Hospitalizations in the past 21 days and still hovers around 10%-15% positive case to testing rate.

    Ohio has fallen second to dead last in testing performance yesterday.

    Ohio did 5.5K tests for today's numbers with previous days at 3.3K, 3.6K, 5.5K, 4.9K, 6.5K, 5.2K, 4.3K and 4.9K.

    Ohio's numbers today, Confirmed: 20,969 (up from 20,474 ), Hospitalized: 3,956 (up from 3,809 ), and Deaths: 1,135 (up from 1,056 ).
    CDC Expanded Cases and Deaths: 897, 97
    Confirmed Cuyahoga County: 2,428 (up from 2,398 ).

    Percentage increase: 2.42%, 3.86%, 7.48%
    Raw increase: 495, 147, 79

    Ohio has total tests of 159,838 (up from 154,290 ) and tests per 1M population of 13,730 (up from 13,253 ) taken from https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/covid-19/dashboards/key-metrics/cases and https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ [case numbers updated later]

    They're using roughly 11.641482 million as the population of Ohio
     
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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

    Data as of 5/5/2020 @ 12:15 PM:

    Total Tests: 427,210 (Up +19,812) : 10,188 below the 30,000 Daily Tests that the Governor of Texas Abbott promised, Not Good
    Cases Reported: 33,369 (Up +1,037) : +253 more cases today over yesterday, Not Flattening, Not Good
    In Hospitals: 1,888 (Up +355): New all-time high, Not Good
    Patients Recovered (Estimated*) : 16,791 (Up +701)
    Fatalities: 906 (Up +22)

    Texas tests per 1M population are 15,825 (Up +1,215) which places Texas as the 13th worst State. Up three places from yesterday.

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

    They're using roughly 27.885 million as the population of Texas.
     
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    The UK ONS mortality data of excess deaths shows a small drop for the week ending 24th April. Still around 11,500 for the week so just a few hundred fewer than the previous week, but a drop nonetheless. Deaths in hospitals down a fair amount but deaths in care homes and the community up a lot.

    In other statistics, we're now above Italy for 'confirmed' Covid-19 deaths in Europe although the usual caveat about what the recorded data actually means in relation to that from other countries still holds. The government is continuing to say we need to wait and see the like for like data comparisons to be sure, but the scientific advisors have at least begun to admit making mistakes.

    An interesting stat has appeared which shows the UK has quarantined/tested just 273 out of the 18 million people to enter the country since the pandemic began earlier in the year. No restrictions or tests for anybody coming here, even to this day. The genomic analysis of many cases from across the UK apparently indicate they were 'imported' from various European countries.
     
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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

    May 5, 2020 - 4,623 confirmed cases - 121 deaths

    4,623 confirmed cases up 253 over yesterday and seven new deaths
    those 253 new cases represent a 5.9% increase over the last day

    4th day after the "Stay at Home" was lifted and certain businesses being 25% open and the curve is not flattening but continues to expand. Not Good.

    Increases (by percent) over the last 40 days:
    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% and now 5.9%

    Increases (by count) over the last 40 days:
    +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 and now +253

     
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    It may depend on how restricted their testing is, but if limited to hospital visits and high-risk positions like essential staff, the broader population effect may not be evident until the most recent infections progress far enough to prompt a trip to the hospital. That can put a lag of potentially 1-2 weeks before the trend is more clear. Deaths could lag that rise by a week or so.
    If the curve doesn't noticeably flatten in the meantime, it may point to measures not being effective enough or not long-lasting enough.

    A potentially worse outcome could be if there is a flattening in the lag time before another rise, which those in the public may seize upon as evidence of the danger passing when the risk is actually increasing.
     
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    Gov. Greg Abbott allowing hair salons, barbershops, tanning salons to open on Friday

    Texas Sees Highest Single Day Jumps in COVID-19 Cases Since Outbreak Began

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/t...vid-19-cases-since-outbreak-began/ar-BB13D1Sm

    In the re-opening of hair salons, barbershops and tanning salons Abbot has already ignored his own statement of following the data and ensuring the outbreak is contained:

    The curve in cases is not flattening in either Texas as a whole or Dallas County but continues to expand. So now we can expect even more cases and deaths because of this idiot Governor.
     
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    This bit is weird. Deaths are dropping faster than cases are dropping. I wonder if treatment is improving?
     
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    More testing = more cases found including more of the mild ones. That would be my reading of the stats.

    We do also know that the 'Ventilator challenge' has dropped their requirements. Less ventilation taking place and more types of other treatment for the most serious cases such as CPAP. It might be that these are proving much more effective but they don't want to inform the public incase they become blasé about the lockdown! People do stupid things with the smallest of reasons.
     
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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

    Data as of 5/6/2020 @ 12:20 PM:

    Total Tests: 438,938 (Up +11,728) : 18,272 below the 30,000 Daily Tests that the Governor of Texas Abbott promised, Not Good
    Cases Reported: 34,422 (Up +1,053) : +16 more cases today over yesterday, Not Flattening, Not Good
    In Hospitals: 1,812 (Down -76)
    Patients Recovered (Estimated*) : 17,622 (Up +831)
    Fatalities: 948 (Up +42)

    Texas tests per 1M population are 15,828 (Up +3) which places Texas as the 9th worst State. Down four places from yesterday.

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

    They're using roughly 27.885 million as the population of Texas.
     
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    Coronavirus mutations: Scientists puzzle over impact
    May 6, 2020
    https://www.bbc.com/news/health-52557955


     
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    Ohio saw another bad day for Hospitalizations and still hovers around 10%-15% positive case to testing rate.

    Ohio still remains near the bottom in testing performance.

    Ohio did 8.1K tests for today's numbers which may be their highest number of tests yet, with previous days at 3.3K, 3.6K, 5.5K, 4.9K, 6.5K, 5.2K, 4.3K, 4.9K, and 5.5K.

    Ohio's numbers today, Confirmed: 21,576 (up from 20,969 ), Hospitalized: 4,052 (up from 3,956 ), and Deaths: 1,225 (up from 1,135 ).
    CDC Expanded Cases and Deaths: 951, 111
    Confirmed Cuyahoga County: 2,542 (up from 2,428 ) ~ 4.7% increase.

    Percentage increase: 2.89%, 2.43%, 7.93%
    Raw increase: 607, 96, 90

    Ohio has total tests of 167,978 (up from 159,838 ) and tests per 1M population of 14,429 (up from 13,730 ) taken from https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/covid-19/dashboards/key-metrics/cases and https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ [case numbers updated later]

    They're using roughly 11.641482 million as the population of Ohio
     
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