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banyon 10:52 AM 01-23-2020


Updated info:

WORLD

There are currently 3,950,798 confirmed cases and 271,809 deaths from the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak as of May 8, 2020 15:03 GMT




U.S. Coronavirus Cases

As of May 8, 2020 at 14:58 GMT, there have been 1,295,101 confirmed cases and 77,059 deaths due to coronavirus COVID-19 in the United States.

AL-9,048 (371 deaths)
AK-374 (10 deaths)
AZ-9,945 (450 deaths, 1 recovered)
AR-3,694 (88 deaths)
CA - 62,477 (2,545 deaths, 6 recovered)
CO-18,371 (944 deaths)
CT- 31,784 (2,797 deaths)
DE-5,939 (202 deaths)
DC- 5,654 (285 deaths)
FL-38,828 (1,600 deaths)
GA - 31,679 (1,353 deaths)
HI- 629 (17 deaths)
ID-2,178 (67 deaths)
IL-70,873 (3,111 deaths, 2 recovered)
IN-22,503 (1,414 deaths)
IA-11,457 (243 deaths)
KS-6,359 (168 deaths)
KY- 6,128 (294 deaths, 2 recovered)
LA-30,652 (2,208 deaths)
ME-1,330 (62 deaths)
MD-30,485 (1,560 deaths, 4 recovered)
MA-73,721(4,552 deaths, 1 recovered)
MI-45,646 (4,343 deaths)
MN-9,365 (508 deaths, 24 recovered)
MS-8,686 (396 deaths)
MO-9,561 (454 deaths)
MT-457 (16 deaths)
NE-7,190 (90 deaths)
NV-5,766 (293 deaths)
NH-2,843 (114 deaths)
NJ- 135,106 (8,834 deaths)
NM-4,493 (172 deaths)
NY-337,421 (26,365 deaths)
NC-13,954 (529 deaths)
ND-1,371 (31 deaths)
OH-22,134 (1,274 deaths)
OK-4,330 (260 deaths, 1 recovered)
OR-2,989 (121 deaths)
PA-56,002 (3,592 deaths)
RI-10,779 (399 deaths)
SC-7,142 (316 deaths)
SD-2,905 (31 deaths, 6 recovered)
TN-14,096 (239 deaths)
TX-36,606 (1,030 deaths, 11 recovered)
UT-5,724 (61 deaths)
VT-919 (53 deaths)
VA-22,342 (812 deaths, 1 recovered)
WA-16,943 (904 deaths, 124 recovered)
WV-1,310 (51 deaths)
WI- 9,215 (374 deaths, 1 recovered)
WY-635 (7 deaths)

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.cnn...ate/index.html

US recovered :148,291
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RodeoPants2 07:38 PM 04-10-2020
https://mobile.reuters.com/article/a...rGiU0fPnlCzZkY

Encouraging findings with a new drug. Very early, low numbers, not compared to a control, but promising.
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mlyonsd 07:47 PM 04-10-2020
Originally Posted by RodeoPants2:
https://mobile.reuters.com/article/a...rGiU0fPnlCzZkY

Encouraging findings with a new drug. Very early, low numbers, not compared to a control, but promising.
I'm very hopeful there are enough people working on a treatment drug we'll find a way to help minimize the severity.
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IowaHawkeyeChief 07:52 PM 04-10-2020
Originally Posted by banyon:
The source was listed on the chart itself and I usually provide a link. But here It is:

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.bus...s-2020-3%3famp


As I commented earlier There is not much data to use on this topic so that may be why there’s not much to find.
The source is the CDC and the China Center for Disease Control, Not sure the data from China is anywhere near accurate. The google link should provide a link to the reports on what info they were using, and you posted this and it's nearly two weeks old... You can do better, not much to go on...
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banyon 07:52 PM 04-10-2020
Originally Posted by mlyonsd:
I'm very hopeful there are enough people working on a treatment drug we'll find a way to help minimize the severity.
We all are.
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Baby Lee 07:57 PM 04-10-2020
Originally Posted by RodeoPants2:
https://mobile.reuters.com/article/a...rGiU0fPnlCzZkY

Encouraging findings with a new drug. Very early, low numbers, not compared to a control, but promising.
God!! I hope Trump doesn't praise it. . . .
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IowaHawkeyeChief 07:57 PM 04-10-2020
Originally Posted by oaklandhater:
Come on Lone... Don't take the bait everytime.... 100's... Please...

https://www.nbc-2.com/story/41994580...nyone-under-25

Originally Posted by :
In reality, four people between the ages of 15 and 24 and one child between the ages of one and four have died, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. A newborn and an infant have also succumbed to COVID-19 in the U.S., CNN reported.

While there are no reported deaths of victims under the age of 25 in Florida, the state has been hit hard by the virus.
6-7 is a long ways from 100's... my god, fear monger.
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mlyonsd 07:58 PM 04-10-2020
Originally Posted by banyon:
We all are.
:-)
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IowaHawkeyeChief 08:00 PM 04-10-2020
Originally Posted by Baby Lee:
God!! I hope Trump doesn't praise it. . . .
^troof^

Beat me to it, they are still bagging on a drug with a 1021 person study...
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manchambo 08:04 PM 04-10-2020
Originally Posted by IowaHawkeyeChief:
How do you already know the denominator? Do you have a link to the numbers as the graph is amibuous?

Looks like they put a lot of faith in China's numbers who are listed as a source. Do you think we have only had 486,000 cases in the US through today?
Not sure if this is accurate at all, but I have to point out: how do you know the flu denominator is accurate? There are surely many people with flu who are never recorded. Is it more or less than COVID? Who knows?
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IowaHawkeyeChief 08:14 PM 04-10-2020
Originally Posted by manchambo:
Not sure if this is accurate at all, but I have to point out: how do you know the flu denominator is accurate? There are surely many people with flu who are never recorded. Is it more or less than COVID? Who knows?
They do an estimate based on many factors, usually after the virus runs it course. I linked a CDC study in my H1N1 vs. Coronavirus thread. Here's the link to the thread:

https://chiefsplanet.com/BB/showthread.php?t=330472


Originally Posted by :
dditionally, CDC estimated that 151,700-575,400 people worldwide died from (H1N1)pdm09 virus infection during the first year the virus circulated.** Globally, 80 percent of (H1N1)pdm09 virus-related deaths were estimated to have occurred in people younger than 65 years of age. This differs greatly from typical seasonal influenza epidemics, during which about 70 percent to 90 percent of deaths are estimated to occur in people 65 years and older.

Though the 2009 flu pandemic primarily affected children and young and middle-aged adults, the impact of the (H1N1)pdm09 virus on the global population during the first year was less severe than that of previous pandemics. Estimates of pandemic influenza mortality ranged from 0.03 percent of the world’s population during the 1968 H3N2 pandemic to 1 percent to 3 percent of the world’s population during the 1918 H1N1 pandemic. It is estimated that 0.001 percent to 0.007 percent of the world’s population died of respiratory complications associated with (H1N1)pdm09 virus infection during the first 12 months the virus circulated

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RodeoPants2 08:50 PM 04-10-2020
Originally Posted by Baby Lee:
God!! I hope Trump doesn't praise it. . . .
Take your sniveling victimhood mentality somewhere else
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banyon 09:11 PM 04-10-2020
Mississippi doctor makes ventilator with parts from Home Depot:

Coronavirus in Mississippi: UMMC makes ventilators with basic hardware store supplies

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.cla...amp/2963992001






"It's not fancy but it works. This would be available as a last resort if the numbers increase as we think they might," says Dr. Charles Robertson, the mastermind of the homemade ventilator
SARAH FOWLER | MISSISSIPPI CLARION LEDGER | 6:54 am CDT April 8, 2020

Dr. Charles Robertson, an anesthesiologist at UMMC, demonstrates the new ventilator he developed as an emergency backup.
MISSISSIPPI CLARION LEDGER
As states across the country beg for ventilators to help patients suffering with respiratory issues from COVID-19, the University of Mississippi Medical Center is building its own makeshift ventilators with supplies found at a hardware store.

Dr. Charles Robertson, a UMMC pediatric anesthesiologist and the mastermind behind the idea, said he set out to make the "absolute simplest ventilator we can build with parts available in any city, you don't need specials tools to put together and can be done quickly as the need arises."

Made with "primarily a garden hose, a lamp timer and electronic valve," the ventilator, named the Robertson Ventilator, for less than $100, can be assembled in approximately 20 to 30 minutes, meaning a dedicated team of four to five could produce nearly 100 in a day if needed, he said.

Demonstrating the functionality of the machine at a news conference Tuesday afternoon, Robertson turned on a ventilator hooked up to a mannequin. The mannequin's chest began to rise and fall.

'Not fancy, but it works'
"The brain behind the thing is actually a lamp timer," he said. "It's not fancy but it works. This would be available as a last resort if the numbers increase as we think they might."

According to the latest numbers released Tuesday, Mississippi had 1,915 confirmed coronavirus cases and 59 deaths.

While in-demand ventilators may go to states that are the highest bidder, Robertson noted the parts he has gathered are from Home Depot and Lowe's.

"No one has been competing with me for those," he said.

As of Tuesday, UMMC staff had assembled 170 of the ventilators, Robertson said, doubling the hospital's capacity. They currently have parts to make 75 more.
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2112 09:14 PM 04-10-2020
Originally Posted by RodeoPants2:
Take your sniveling victimhood mentality somewhere else
Or what? You’re gonna stomp your feet and cry again?
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banyon 08:03 AM 04-11-2020
Interesting new map resource show biggest pct change in new cases daily to try to track next hotspot:

https://covid19.topos.com/
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Baby Lee 08:12 AM 04-11-2020
Originally Posted by RodeoPants2:
Take your sniveling victimhood mentality somewhere else
:-) :-) - This filly truly is a one-trick pony.

https://chiefsplanet.com/bb/showpost...38&postcount=9

Hadn't seen this thread when I made the post above, honest injun. . . .

Oh, and go fuck yourself rodeo
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