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Re: CORONAVIRUS WORLDOMETER
« Reply #705 on: June 23, 2021, 08:54:47 AM »

 United States


Coronavirus Cases:

34,434,803 


Deaths:

617,875



Recovered:

28,817,134
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« Reply #706 on: June 25, 2021, 06:47:06 AM »
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/
Coronavirus Cases:
34,464,956
Deaths:
618,685
Recovered:

28,871,914
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« Reply #707 on: June 26, 2021, 11:29:10 AM »
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/


Coronavirus Cases:
34,482,925
Deaths:
619,162
Recovered:
28,897,490
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« Reply #708 on: June 27, 2021, 03:35:58 PM »

Coronavirus Cases:
34,490,674
Deaths:
619,367

Recovered:
28,914,288
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« Reply #709 on: June 28, 2021, 10:22:50 AM »

Coronavirus Cases:
34,494,690
Deaths:
619,424
Recovered:

28,927,335
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« Reply #710 on: June 29, 2021, 06:39:30 AM »

Coronavirus Cases:
34,511,636
Deaths:
619,595

Recovered:
28,962,849
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« Reply #711 on: July 03, 2021, 07:37:40 PM »

Coronavirus Cases:
34,588,043
Deaths:
621,255

Recovered:
29,087,418
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« Reply #712 on: July 04, 2021, 06:59:42 AM »

Coronavirus Cases:
34,588,176
Deaths:
621,255

Recovered:
29,087,421
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« Reply #713 on: July 06, 2021, 02:41:34 AM »

Coronavirus Cases:
34,598,361
Deaths:
621,335

Recovered:
29,111,580
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« Reply #714 on: July 06, 2021, 07:52:16 AM »
Coronavirus Cases: 24,998,975
Deaths: 415,894
Recovered: 14,968,716

January 21, 2021 was the anniversary of the first confirmed USA Covid-19 case

Coronavirus Cases:29,993,423
Deaths: 545,544
Recovered: 22,031,220


March 13, 2021 is the anniversary of Donald J Trumps Emergency Declaration as found in the previous link -  March 13 — Trump Declares COVID-19 a National Emergency

July 6, 2021 is the anniversary of Airborne Transmission GuidanceScientists, Citing Airborne Transmission, Ask WHO to Revise Guidance
Hundreds of scientists call on the WHO to revise recommendations on COVID-19 to better reflect its potential for airborne transmission. Previously, the organization stated that COVID-19 spreads primarily via small droplets from the nose or mouth emitted when an infected individual coughs, sneezes, or speaks.
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« Reply #715 on: July 06, 2021, 04:58:48 PM »

Coronavirus Cases:
34,606,023
Deaths:
621,476

Recovered:
29,126,305
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« Reply #716 on: July 07, 2021, 07:48:08 AM »

Coronavirus Cases:
34,622,690
Deaths:
621,561

Recovered:
29,145,285
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« Reply #717 on: July 07, 2021, 08:10:28 AM »
The spread of the Delta variant in relatively unvaccinated parts of the U.S. is getting worse.

By David Leonhardt-NYT

Nationwide, the number of new Covid-19 cases is holding steady. But that steadiness hides two dueling realities, in two different Americas.

In many urban and suburban communities, Covid continues to plummet. The rate of new daily cases has fallen below three per 100,000 residents in large cities like Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Detroit, Houston, Minneapolis, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco and Washington. As a point of comparison, the national rate of new daily cases peaked last winter above 75 per 100,000 people.

But in less populated areas — which tend to be more politically conservative and skeptical of vaccines — the virus is now surging, largely from the contagious Delta variant. The states with the worst outbreaks are Arkansas and Missouri (each with more than 16 new daily cases per 100,000 people) followed by Florida (10), Nevada (10), Wyoming (nine) and Utah (eight).

If these outbreaks were concentrated among younger people, it would be less worrisome, because Covid, including the Delta variant, is overwhelmingly mild for children and young adults. Yet even many middle-aged and older adults are not vaccinated in parts of the U.S. They are catching the virus as a result, and some are dying.

There is a clear relationship between a state’s Covid death rate over the past week and its overall vaccination rate:


By The New York Times | Sources: State and local health agencies, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S. Census Bureau
(You can look up any state’s data here.)

Preventable deaths
The biggest tragedy is that this situation is avoidable. Highly effective vaccines are available to virtually any American adult who wants one — a privilege that residents of many other countries do not have. Hundreds of U.S. clinics, including in rural communities, offer immediate, walk-in shots.

Still, only 54 percent of adults in rural areas have received at least one vaccine shot, according to the most recent Kaiser Family Foundation poll, compared with 72 percent of urban residents. Kaiser found that vaccination rates were also below average for Americans under 50; Black Americans; Republicans; and people without a college degree.

“It is the unvaccinated people who are dying,” Dr. Thomas Dobbs, Mississippi’s state health officer, said, according to the television station WLBT. “The unvaccinated people who are going to the hospital. The unvaccinated people who are getting diagnosed, for the most part.”

Tricia Jones, a 45-year-old mother of two in Grain Valley, a small city in western Missouri, did not get the vaccine because she was concerned about the side effects. Her mother, Deborah Carmichael, had felt sick after getting a shot, and Jones decided to wait.

This spring, Jones caught the virus. She was hospitalized May 13 and died June 9. Now, as Sherae Honeycutt of Fox4 in Kansas City writes:

Her family is praying people will see Tricia’s life as a call to action to get their vaccine — if not for themselves, for the ones they love. “Please take this seriously. You don’t want to see a family member you love go through this,” Carmichael said. “You have a way better chance of coming out OK than if you don’t.”

“I really miss you. I miss you a lot,” Adriana [Jones’s 18-year-old daughter] said.

Marc Johnson, a University of Missouri immunologist, told The Missouri Independent that he expected the state’s outbreak to continue worsening for much of July. In some communities, the Delta variant has only recently arrived, suggesting a coming surge.

Despite the rise in caseloads and deaths, many Republican politicians have declined to offer a full-throated call for vaccination. Instead, state legislators in Missouri have warned hospitals not to require employees to get vaccinated. And Gov. Mike Parson has sent mixed messages.

“You’re gonna have to take responsibility, to take the vaccine, if you so choose to,” Parson said last week. “But you know, I think it’s important to understand that there’s risk involved.”

A few Republican governors have taken a different approach. “We’re in a race against this Delta variant,” Gov. Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas said on Sunday. “The solution is the vaccinations.” Gov. Jim Justice of West Virginia was blunter: Anybody who is not vaccinated, he said, has entered “the death lottery.”

To reach unvaccinated Americans, President Biden said the government would set up clinics at workplaces and urge employers to offer paid time off.

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« Reply #718 on: July 07, 2021, 03:31:58 PM »
The spread of the Delta variant in relatively unvaccinated parts of the U.S. is getting worse.

By David Leonhardt-NYT

Nationwide, the number of new Covid-19 cases is holding steady. But that steadiness hides two dueling realities, in two different Americas.

In many urban and suburban communities, Covid continues to plummet. The rate of new daily cases has fallen below three per 100,000 residents in large cities like Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Detroit, Houston, Minneapolis, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco and Washington. As a point of comparison, the national rate of new daily cases peaked last winter above 75 per 100,000 people.

But in less populated areas — which tend to be more politically conservative and skeptical of vaccines — the virus is now surging, largely from the contagious Delta variant. The states with the worst outbreaks are Arkansas and Missouri (each with more than 16 new daily cases per 100,000 people) followed by Florida (10), Nevada (10), Wyoming (nine) and Utah (eight).

If these outbreaks were concentrated among younger people, it would be less worrisome, because Covid, including the Delta variant, is overwhelmingly mild for children and young adults. Yet even many middle-aged and older adults are not vaccinated in parts of the U.S. They are catching the virus as a result, and some are dying.

There is a clear relationship between a state’s Covid death rate over the past week and its overall vaccination rate:


By The New York Times | Sources: State and local health agencies, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S. Census Bureau
(You can look up any state’s data here.)

Preventable deaths
The biggest tragedy is that this situation is avoidable. Highly effective vaccines are available to virtually any American adult who wants one — a privilege that residents of many other countries do not have. Hundreds of U.S. clinics, including in rural communities, offer immediate, walk-in shots.

Still, only 54 percent of adults in rural areas have received at least one vaccine shot, according to the most recent Kaiser Family Foundation poll, compared with 72 percent of urban residents. Kaiser found that vaccination rates were also below average for Americans under 50; Black Americans; Republicans; and people without a college degree.

“It is the unvaccinated people who are dying,” Dr. Thomas Dobbs, Mississippi’s state health officer, said, according to the television station WLBT. “The unvaccinated people who are going to the hospital. The unvaccinated people who are getting diagnosed, for the most part.”

Tricia Jones, a 45-year-old mother of two in Grain Valley, a small city in western Missouri, did not get the vaccine because she was concerned about the side effects. Her mother, Deborah Carmichael, had felt sick after getting a shot, and Jones decided to wait.

This spring, Jones caught the virus. She was hospitalized May 13 and died June 9. Now, as Sherae Honeycutt of Fox4 in Kansas City writes:

Her family is praying people will see Tricia’s life as a call to action to get their vaccine — if not for themselves, for the ones they love. “Please take this seriously. You don’t want to see a family member you love go through this,” Carmichael said. “You have a way better chance of coming out OK than if you don’t.”

“I really miss you. I miss you a lot,” Adriana [Jones’s 18-year-old daughter] said.

Marc Johnson, a University of Missouri immunologist, told The Missouri Independent that he expected the state’s outbreak to continue worsening for much of July. In some communities, the Delta variant has only recently arrived, suggesting a coming surge.

Despite the rise in caseloads and deaths, many Republican politicians have declined to offer a full-throated call for vaccination. Instead, state legislators in Missouri have warned hospitals not to require employees to get vaccinated. And Gov. Mike Parson has sent mixed messages.

“You’re gonna have to take responsibility, to take the vaccine, if you so choose to,” Parson said last week. “But you know, I think it’s important to understand that there’s risk involved.”

A few Republican governors have taken a different approach. “We’re in a race against this Delta variant,” Gov. Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas said on Sunday. “The solution is the vaccinations.” Gov. Jim Justice of West Virginia was blunter: Anybody who is not vaccinated, he said, has entered “the death lottery.”

To reach unvaccinated Americans, President Biden said the government would set up clinics at workplaces and urge employers to offer paid time off.


ABSOLUTELY.  THE DEATH RATE HAS BEEN TICKING UP SLIGHTLY IN RECENT WEEKS. :no:
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« Reply #719 on: July 07, 2021, 04:18:59 PM »
It's only going to get worse, too especially since the U.S. is exclusively relying on vaccines instead of also using other mitigation measures.  :no:

 

 

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