The Corona Virus Spread

Since I’m from the state of Georgia:

Georgia Department of Public Health COVID-19 Daily Status Report

Since I have family in Alabama: http://alabamapublichealth.gov/infectiousdiseases/2019-coronavirus.html

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May be of interest:

https://defenseone.com

https://www.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/bda7594740fd40299423467b48e9ecf6

https://coronavirus.1point3acres.com/

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April 6th, 2020 (10:00 am):

World cases: 1,289,538 – World deaths: 70,673

U.S. cases: 337,984 – U.S. deaths: 9,668

Georgia cases: 6,742 – Georgia deaths: 219  (Clarke County: 62 cases – Clarke County deaths: 8 – Madison County: 7 and 1 death – Stephens: 6 – Hart: 3 – Franklin: 5)

Alabama cases: 1,842 – Alabama deaths: 32 (See this map for real-time updates.)

April 3rd, 2020 (11:15):

What’s really going on?

April 1st, 2020 (8:20 pm):

World cases: 934,350 – World deaths: 47,203

U.S. cases: 215,010 – U.S. deaths: 5,101

Georgia cases: 4,748 – Georgia deaths: 154  (Clarke County: 54 cases – Clarke County deaths: 7 – Madison County: 3 and 1 death – Stephens: 5 – Hart: 3 – Franklin: 5)

Alabama cases: 1,108 – Alabama deaths: 17 (See this map for real-time updates.)

Just a thought…

In 2020 in the U.S., there will be an estimated
1,806,950 new cancer cases and
606,520 cancer deaths.

That is 4,950 new cases and 1,660 deaths–every day.

March 30th, 2020 (6:10 pm):

World cases: 780,053 – World deaths: 37,649

U.S. cases: 161,145 – U.S. deaths: 2,982

Georgia cases: 2,809 – Georgia deaths: 87  (Clarke County: 41 cases – Clarke County deaths: 5 – Madison County: 3 – Stephens: 3 – Hart: 2 – Franklin: 3)

Alabama cases: 921 – Alabama deaths: 6 (See this map for real-time updates.)

March 28th, 2020 (8:40 pm):

World cases: 662,544 – World deaths: 30,873

U.S. cases: 124,053 – U.S. deaths: 2,211

Georgia cases: 2,446 – Georgia deaths: 79  (Clarke County: 35 cases – Clarke County deaths: 2 – Madison County: 2 – Stephens: 3 – Hart: 1)

Alabama cases: 720 – Alabama deaths: 3 (See this map for real-time updates.)

March 27th, 2020 (10:05 am):

World cases: 552,698 – World deaths: 25,057

U.S. cases: 86,094 – U.S. deaths: 1,312

Georgia cases (As of 7 pm last evening): 1,387 – Georgia deaths: 47  (Clarke County: 21 cases – Madison County: 2 – Stephens: 1)

Georgia update – 10:4 5pm: 2,198 cases and 65 deaths (Source)

(Getting close to home (by word-of-mouth): 2 cases in Royston – 1 in Lavonia)

Alabama cases: 538 – Alabama deaths: 3 (See this map for real-time updates.)

March 26th, 2020 (9:35 am):

World cases: 491,932 – World deaths: 22,173

U.S. cases: 69,223 – U.S. deaths: 1,054

Georgia cases: 1,387 – Georgia deaths: 47  (Clarke County: 21 cases – Madison County: 2 – Stephens: 1)

Alabama cases: 386 – Alabama deaths: 1

March 25th, 2020 (10:00 am):

World cases: 439,859 – World deaths: 19,779

U.S. cases:55,270 – U.S. deaths: 803

Alabama cases: 242 – Alabama deaths: 0

Did You Know…

That on January 23rd, 2020 the World Health Organization (WHO) stated that this event did not constitute a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC)? Here is the link: https://www.who.int/news-room/detail/23-01-2020-statement-on-the-meeting-of-the-international-health-regulations-(2005)-emergency-committee-regarding-the-outbreak-of-novel-coronavirus-(2019-ncov) I can see where it was too early to tell how bad it was going to get at this date.

That on January 24th, 2020 USA Today published an article stating that the risk of this coronavirus is trivial? Here is the link: https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/health/2020/01/24/coronavirus-versus-flu-influenza-deadlier-than-wuhan-china-disease/4564133002/

More links: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/01/23/health/china-virus-who-emergency.html 

https://thehill.com/changing-america/well-being/longevity/480089-coronavirus-sparks-panic-as-flu-poses-greater-threat-to (Published January 27th, 2020)

There is probably more…

March 24th, 2020 (6:55 pm):

World cases: 423,212 – World deaths: 18,836

U.S. cases: 53,667 – U.S. deaths: 703

Georgia cases: 1,097 – Georgia deaths: 38 (Source)

March 24th, 2020 (7:45 am):

World cases: 423,212 – World deaths: 17,164

U.S. cases:46,455 – U.S. deaths: 593

Georgia cases: 800 – Georgia deaths: 26 (Clarke County: 14 cases – Madison County: 1)

Alabama cases: 196 – Alabama deaths: 0

March 22nd, 2020 (8:40 pm):

World cases: 342,215 – World deaths: 14,697

U.S. cases:33,876 – U.S. deaths: 430

Georgia cases: 620 – Georgia deaths: 25 (Clarke County – 10 cases)

Alabama cases: 106 – Alabama deaths: 0

March 20th, 2020 (7:55 pm):

World cases: 277,530 – World deaths: 11,386

U.S. cases:19,382 – U.S. deaths: 256

Georgia cases: 485 – Georgia deaths: 14 (Clarke County – 10 cases)

Alabama cases: 157 – Alabama deaths: 0

March 20th, 2020 (9:20 am):

World cases: 256,006 – World deaths: 10,480

U.S. cases:14,371 – U.S. deaths: 217

Georgia cases: 287 – Georgia deaths: 10 (Clarke County – 8 cases)

Alabama cases: 78 – Alabama deaths: 0

 

March 19th, 2020 (8:45 am):

From 7:45 pm last evening until now, an approximated average of 745 people per hour have been diagnosed with the COVID-19, per the counter at the top of this page.

An average of 136 people have been infected, per hour, since the first COVID-19 death on January 9th, this year–if my calculations are correct and that is according to the counter above.

On average, over 132 deaths per day have occurred because of this virus (COVID-19) since the first death recorded (Click on the link and by checking the January 9th’s entry there is another link given as the source of this information–it is written in Chinese).

March 18th, 2020 (7:30 pm):

World cases: 218,835 – World deaths: 8,956

U.S. cases:9,243 – U.S. deaths: 150

Georgia cases: 197 – Georgia deaths: 1 (Clarke County – 5 cases)

Alabama cases: 51 – Alabama deaths: 0

March 16th, 2020:

86 Americans have died, as of 7pm today.

Link sent by a friend: President Trump says coronavirus crisis could stretch into August, may look at lockdown for ‘certain areas’ – CNBC

March 17th, 2020 (6:55 pm):

World cases: 199,059 – World deaths: 7,971

U.S. cases: 6,414 – U.S. deaths: 106

Georgia cases: 146 – Georgia deaths: 1 (Clarke County-3 cases)

Alabama cases: 39 – Alabama deaths: 0

March 15, 2020 (10:45 am):

The deaths caused by this coronavirus  in the U.S. is at this point, 60 (according to the above counter). Any number is sad to hear about and difficult to come to grips with for the families and friends of the deceased.

Are you aware that Flu season deaths, in America, topped 80,000 in 2018 (per the CDC)? Since February 29th, 2020 (1) there have been, as noted above, 60 deaths caused by the CoV-19. That is approximately 30 deaths per week. At this rate, it would add up to 15,060 in a year’s time.

(Why was not the flu season of 2018 ever classified as a pandemic? A pandemic is the worldwide spread of a new disease. Because of the statistics, why wasn’t a state of emergency ever declared? May be of interest: What Happens When a State of Emergency is Declared)

The timeline of of the coronavirus–CoV-19–outbreak reveals, near the bottom of the page, at the Jan. 3rd entry, “China reports a total of 44 suspected patients with the mystery disease.” On January 9th, “China reports first death linked to the new coronavirus, 2019-nCoV.” As of March 14 there were 142,539 cases world-wide and 5,393 deaths (Same source.)

March 13, 2020:

“…the coronavirus in the United States jumped by nearly 400 on Thursday. The virus has been diagnosed in more than 1,650 people in 46 states and has killed at least 41 people, according to a New York Times database.”

According to the real-time counter at the top of this page at 7:20 pm, the number of cases world wide is 145,863. Total deaths are 5,416. 70,903 people have recovered.

United States: 2,269 total cases; 41 deaths.

March 12, 2020:

According to an article on OneNewsNow, March 6, 2020, the coronavirus outbreak has killed 12 people in the U.S. and infected more than 200. “As of Thursday morning (3-12-20), at least 1,269 people in 44 states and Washington, D.C., have tested positive for coronavirus, according to a New York Times database, and at least 37 patients with the virus have died.”

Tests indicate coronavirus can survive in the air

March 11, 2020:

This is the day the World Health Organization (WHO) declared a pandemic, March 11, 2020.

By now most all of us have heard some people saying things like, “This is just another scare tactic.” I’m finding myself thinking that, “Yeah, we’re hearing ‘Wolf!” again  but one of these days….” (2)

According to the number of cases, maybe a closer look won’t hurt that much.

U.S. Coronavirus Cases Surpass 1,000: Full Map – New York Times (3)

Footnotes

  1. The first death caused by this particular virus–CoV-19–was in Washington state on Feb. 29, 2020
  2. “One of these days” could turn out to be the day we find ourselves hiding in a house built of straw.
  3. This link was shared with me by a friend, along with this link: Inside A Secret Government Warehouse Prepped For Health Catastrophes

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