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PostPosted: Wed Jul 22, 2020 4:48 pm    Post subject:

we are number one now
this will never be over until the vaccine comes out I guess.
the infected are still running around the partying and bringing the virus to everyone

Had to quit my side job when they decided to eat and have bday parties in office with masks off, also planning events with 2k to 3k people in banquet halls, good luck with that.
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California Covid Deaths for July 22, 2020
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6,664,998 Tests Performed
....6,664,998 Results Rec'd (0 PENDING)
.......413,576 POSITIVE (+12,807)
....6,251,422 NEGATIVE


Day.......#..Day........#..Day........#..Day........#..Day........#
2/26/2020 0  4/01/2020 21  5/01/2020 91  6/01/2020 38  7/01/2020 110
2/27/2020 0  4/02/2020 32  5/02/2020 98  6/02/2020 35  7/02/2020 73
2/28/2020 0  4/03/2020 34  5/03/2020 44  6/03/2020 75  7/03/2020 100
2/29/2020 0  4/04/2020 39  5/04/2020 39  6/04/2020 61  7/04/2020 50
3/01/2020 0  4/05/2020 43  5/05/2020 63  6/05/2020 63  7/05/2020 18
3/02/2020 0  4/06/2020 24  5/06/2020 95  6/06/2020 74  7/06/2020 6
3/03/2020 0  4/07/2020 31  5/07/2020 92  6/07/2020 67  7/07/2020 111
3/04/2020 1  4/08/2020 68  5/08/2020 81  6/08/2020 27  7/08/2020 114
3/05/2020 0  4/09/2020 50  5/09/2020 93  6/09/2020 44  7/09/2020 149 (63 LA, 21 SBDNO)
3/06/2020 0  4/10/2020 49  5/10/2020 67  6/10/2020 79  7/10/2020 140 (46 LA, 26 OC)
3/07/2020 0  4/11/2020 68  5/11/2020 25  6/11/2020 105 7/11/2020 94  (49 LA)
3/08/2020 0  4/12/2020 42  5/12/2020 77  6/12/2020 62  7/12/2020 72  (55 LA)
3/09/2020 0  4/13/2020 36  5/13/2020 87  6/13/2020 46  7/13/2020 23
3/10/2020 1  4/14/2020 71  5/14/2020 98  6/14/2020 74  7/14/2020 47
3/12/2020 4  4/15/2020 63  5/15/2020 76  6/15/2020 26  7/15/2020 140 (72 LA)
3/13/2020 0  4/16/2020 69  5/16/2020 96  6/16/2020 32  7/16/2020 118 (38 LA, 24 RIV)
3/14/2020 1  4/17/2020 95  5/17/2020 57  6/17/2020 87  7/17/2020 130 (56 LA)
3/15/2020 0  4/18/2020 87  5/18/2020 41  6/18/2020 82  7/18/2020 120
3/16/2020 1  4/19/2020 94  5/19/2020 32  6/19/2020 70  7/19/2020 90  (37 LA, 25 OC)
3/17/2020 5  4/20/2020 42  5/20/2020 102 6/20/2020 64  7/20/2020 9
3/18/2020 2  4/21/2020 60  5/21/2020 106 6/21/2020 71  7/21/2020 61
3/19/2020 3  4/22/2020 86  5/22/2020 88  6/22/2020 20  7/22/2020 115 (50 LA, 20 OC)
3/20/2020 3  4/23/2020 115 5/23/2020 78  6/23/2020 65
3/21/2020 4  4/24/2020 93  5/24/2020 66  6/24/2020 52
3/22/2020 4  4/25/2020 89  5/25/2020 21  6/25/2020 101
3/23/2020 0  4/26/2020 59  5/26/2020 19  6/26/2020 79
3/24/2020 13 4/27/2020 45  5/27/2020 70  6/27/2020 60
3/25/2020 13 4/28/2020 54  5/28/2020 89  6/28/2020 33
3/26/2020 12 4/29/2020 78  5/29/2020 95  6/29/2020 31
3/27/2020 13 4/30/2020 95  5/30/2020 88  6/30/2020 44
3/28/2020 23...............5/31/2020 57
3/30/2020 34
3/31/2020 15

.....TOTAL 7870

------Source
https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/OPA/Pages/NR20-169.aspx
------Tableau
https://public.tableau.com/views/COVID-19CasesDashboard_15931020425010/Cases?:embed=y&:showVizHome=no



ps: thx to RIBEYE for the advice on the use of code
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 23, 2020 5:28 pm    Post subject:

Code:

California Covid Deaths for July 23, 2020
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6,778,304 Tests Performed
    6,778,304 Results Rec'd (0 PENDING)
      425,616 POSITIVE (+12,040)
    6,352,688 NEGATIVE


Day.......#..Day........#..Day........#..Day........#..Day........#
2/26/2020 0  4/01/2020 21  5/01/2020 91  6/01/2020 38  7/01/2020 110
2/27/2020 0  4/02/2020 32  5/02/2020 98  6/02/2020 35  7/02/2020 73
2/28/2020 0  4/03/2020 34  5/03/2020 44  6/03/2020 75  7/03/2020 100
2/29/2020 0  4/04/2020 39  5/04/2020 39  6/04/2020 61  7/04/2020 50
3/01/2020 0  4/05/2020 43  5/05/2020 63  6/05/2020 63  7/05/2020 18
3/02/2020 0  4/06/2020 24  5/06/2020 95  6/06/2020 74  7/06/2020 6
3/03/2020 0  4/07/2020 31  5/07/2020 92  6/07/2020 67  7/07/2020 111
3/04/2020 1  4/08/2020 68  5/08/2020 81  6/08/2020 27  7/08/2020 114
3/05/2020 0  4/09/2020 50  5/09/2020 93  6/09/2020 44  7/09/2020 149 (63 LA, 21 SBDNO)
3/06/2020 0  4/10/2020 49  5/10/2020 67  6/10/2020 79  7/10/2020 140 (46 LA, 26 OC)
3/07/2020 0  4/11/2020 68  5/11/2020 25  6/11/2020 105 7/11/2020 94  (49 LA)
3/08/2020 0  4/12/2020 42  5/12/2020 77  6/12/2020 62  7/12/2020 72  (55 LA)
3/09/2020 0  4/13/2020 36  5/13/2020 87  6/13/2020 46  7/13/2020 23
3/10/2020 1  4/14/2020 71  5/14/2020 98  6/14/2020 74  7/14/2020 47
3/12/2020 4  4/15/2020 63  5/15/2020 76  6/15/2020 26  7/15/2020 140 (72 LA)
3/13/2020 0  4/16/2020 69  5/16/2020 96  6/16/2020 32  7/16/2020 118 (38 LA, 24 RIV)
3/14/2020 1  4/17/2020 95  5/17/2020 57  6/17/2020 87  7/17/2020 130 (56 LA)
3/15/2020 0  4/18/2020 87  5/18/2020 41  6/18/2020 82  7/18/2020 120
3/16/2020 1  4/19/2020 94  5/19/2020 32  6/19/2020 70  7/19/2020 90  (37 LA, 25 OC)
3/17/2020 5  4/20/2020 42  5/20/2020 102 6/20/2020 64  7/20/2020 9
3/18/2020 2  4/21/2020 60  5/21/2020 106 6/21/2020 71  7/21/2020 61
3/19/2020 3  4/22/2020 86  5/22/2020 88  6/22/2020 20  7/22/2020 115 (50 LA, 20 OC)
3/20/2020 3  4/23/2020 115 5/23/2020 78  6/23/2020 65  7/23/2020 157 (59 LA, 28 RIV)
3/21/2020 4  4/24/2020 93  5/24/2020 66  6/24/2020 52
3/22/2020 4  4/25/2020 89  5/25/2020 21  6/25/2020 101
3/23/2020 0  4/26/2020 59  5/26/2020 19  6/26/2020 79
3/24/2020 13 4/27/2020 45  5/27/2020 70  6/27/2020 60
3/25/2020 13 4/28/2020 54  5/28/2020 89  6/28/2020 33
3/26/2020 12 4/29/2020 78  5/29/2020 95  6/29/2020 31
3/27/2020 13 4/30/2020 95  5/30/2020 88  6/30/2020 44
3/28/2020 23               5/31/2020 57
3/30/2020 34
3/31/2020 15

.....TOTAL 8027

------Source
https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/OPA/Pages/NR20-170.aspx
------Tableau
https://public.tableau.com/views/COVID-19CasesDashboard_15931020425010/Cases?:embed=y&:showVizHome=no


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 23, 2020 8:26 pm    Post subject:

New high score. Crap.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 24, 2020 5:45 am    Post subject:

I hope the good Dr. Fauci doesn't miss the mark like THIS on COVID-19
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 24, 2020 5:51 am    Post subject:

Hector the Pup wrote:
New high score. Crap.


If the country doesn't take California as an example, compare it to New York and slow down on opening COVID-19 will claim many more lives.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 24, 2020 7:16 am    Post subject:

Hector the Pup wrote:
New high score. Crap.


This can't be blamed directly on Republicans. This is on Californians for not socially distancing properly. Maybe Republicans can be blamed for a lack of leadership at the federal level, for trying to move too fast (which even Newsome fell victim to--thought this does not excuse him), and in a general sense for not emphasizing masks, other protocol, and ignoring CDC guidelines upon opening their states.

But really, the lion's share of the problem in our great state is with Californians, us, and an absence of individual responsibility.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 24, 2020 7:43 am    Post subject:

Republican Support for Wearing Masks Leaps to 58% After Trump Wears One in Public for First Time

Example number 9,356 of how Trump (bleep) this all up from the beginning. There'd be no meaningful anti-mask movement if he had just got on board from the get go.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 24, 2020 8:23 am    Post subject:

ribeye wrote:
Hector the Pup wrote:
New high score. Crap.


This can't be blamed directly on Republicans. This is on Californians for not socially distancing properly. Maybe Republicans can be blamed for a lack of leadership at the federal level, for trying to move too fast (which even Newsome fell victim to--thought this does not excuse him), and in a general sense for not emphasizing masks, other protocol, and ignoring CDC guidelines upon opening their states.

But really, the lion's share of the problem in our great state is with Californians, us, and an absence of individual responsibility.


You're right. My blame in that post was completely misplaced.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 24, 2020 8:56 am    Post subject:

ribeye wrote:
Hector the Pup wrote:
New high score. Crap.


This can't be blamed directly on Republicans. This is on Californians for not socially distancing properly. Maybe Republicans can be blamed for a lack of leadership at the federal level, for trying to move too fast (which even Newsome fell victim to--thought this does not excuse him), and in a general sense for not emphasizing masks, other protocol, and ignoring CDC guidelines upon opening their states.

But really, the lion's share of the problem in our great state is with Californians, us, and an absence of individual responsibility.


Reality is Americans should have had a social contract with their neighbors and fellow man/woman to do whatever it took to stop the spread and we failed miserably. With the absence of available treatments/vaccinations for the time being, we should've exercised extreme caution and we didn't.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 24, 2020 9:10 am    Post subject:

It's such a mess. We really needed a war-time effort and singular focus. Leadership has been all over the place even after getting a late start.

By now everyone, not just health care providers, should have N95s. It should also have been seen as a patriotic duty to wear them to get our economy back and running and our schools functioning.

Testing was an absurd joke early on with all the red tape and hoops people had to jump through just to get a test...as well as the red tape to engage other testing facilities quickly. We also should have hired tons of out of work people to work on contact tracing.

We needed to go hard at this from the top down. Instead, it's just felt like every one was on their own.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 24, 2020 9:21 am    Post subject:

Herd immunity and/or a vaccine (treatment) are the only answers, as far as I can see. Even here, in Progressive California, we erred in our overall response.

Sometimes, human intellect is outweighed by ego and selfishness.

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 24, 2020 10:23 am    Post subject:

DancingBarry wrote:
It's such a mess. We really needed a war-time effort and singular focus. Leadership has been all over the place even after getting a late start.

By now everyone, not just health care providers, should have N95s. It should also have been seen as a patriotic duty to wear them to get our economy back and running and our schools functioning.

Testing was an absurd joke early on with all the red tape and hoops people had to jump through just to get a test...as well as the red tape to engage other testing facilities quickly. We also should have hired tons of out of work people to work on contact tracing.

We needed to go hard at this from the top down. Instead, it's just felt like every one was on their own.


Instead, we chose to half-ass it because it was easier and now we're on full lockdown while half the world is able to open up a little and get back to business.

All those people screwing around flushed 4 months of quarantine down the drain for the rest of us.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 24, 2020 12:19 pm    Post subject:

FernieBee wrote:
Herd immunity and/or a vaccine (treatment) are the only answers, as far as I can see. Even here, in Progressive California, we erred in our overall response.

Sometimes, human intellect is outweighed by ego and selfishness.



Herd immunity is a pipe dream. It has been tried and failed miserably.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 24, 2020 12:38 pm    Post subject:

Hector the Pup wrote:
FernieBee wrote:
Herd immunity and/or a vaccine (treatment) are the only answers, as far as I can see. Even here, in Progressive California, we erred in our overall response.

Sometimes, human intellect is outweighed by ego and selfishness.



Herd immunity is a pipe dream. It has been tried and failed miserably.


It most certainly can be achieved via a vaccine. Now maybe you are suggesting that some 20% or so won't get the vaccine, and I suppose that is possible, but I'm guessin' that the 80% or so who will, coupled with all who have, and will have, contracted the disease by that time, will be enough for herd immunity.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 24, 2020 1:03 pm    Post subject:

Sweden, who was the poster child for not doing any kind of lockdown, is seeing less than 10% of the population with herd immunity. They definitely haven't been able to achieve that. Interestingly, their death rate has been dropping (although is still several times worse than every other Nordic country and also worse than the US). I feel like chalking up the declining death rate up to people taking personal responsibility and following government recommendations rather than mandates. (But that's just a guess on my part.)
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DancingBarry wrote:
It's such a mess. We really needed a war-time effort and singular focus. Leadership has been all over the place even after getting a late start.

By now everyone, not just health care providers, should have N95s. It should also have been seen as a patriotic duty to wear them to get our economy back and running and our schools functioning.

Testing was an absurd joke early on with all the red tape and hoops people had to jump through just to get a test...as well as the red tape to engage other testing facilities quickly. We also should have hired tons of out of work people to work on contact tracing.

We needed to go hard at this from the top down. Instead, it's just felt like every one was on their own.


Instead, we chose to half-ass it because it was easier and now we're on full lockdown while half the world is able to open up a little and get back to business.

All those people screwing around flushed 4 months of quarantine down the drain for the rest of us.


Appropriately addressing a pandemic in the most influential country in the world is hard. Passing responsibility to states and counties is easy. Throughout his whole life, our current President has avoided the hard for the easy. And we're all paying the price for it.

I can't help but think of this article.

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Valerie Jarrett Reflects on First Obama Term: 'Hard Things Are Hard'

"On his desk he has a little plaque that says, 'Hard things are hard,'" she said of Obama. "You know what? They are."

https://tinyurl.com/yy2nv7jt
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 25, 2020 8:14 am    Post subject:

Hector the Pup wrote:
Herd immunity is a pipe dream. It has been tried and failed miserably.


Depends on what you're talking about. If you're talking about the Sweden experiment of just letting it run rampant to build it....yeah, we knew going in that that wasn't going to work.

But that's the whole point of vaccinating -- all of the benefits of personal & herd immunity without all the death & destruction to get there. Of course, we still need a vaccine first. And right now, we don't know the threshold for herd immunity (that reduces R below 1.0 out in the wild), but every bit still helps (i.e,, if R is 1.1 instead of 3.3 that still slows it significantly), we don't know how long antibodies remain (but maybe frequent boosters help with that until it fizzles out), and we don't know how much vaccine resistance is going to slow us down (as with simple compliance with mask wearing, some of the human population seems focused on misguided self destruction).
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California Covid Deaths for July 25, 2020
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7,047,355 Tests Performed
    7,047,355 Results Rec'd (0 PENDING)
      445,400 POSITIVE (+10,066)
    6,601,955 NEGATIVE


Day.......#..Day........#..Day........#..Day........#..Day........#
2/26/2020 0  4/01/2020 21  5/01/2020 91  6/01/2020 38  7/01/2020 110
2/27/2020 0  4/02/2020 32  5/02/2020 98  6/02/2020 35  7/02/2020 73
2/28/2020 0  4/03/2020 34  5/03/2020 44  6/03/2020 75  7/03/2020 100
2/29/2020 0  4/04/2020 39  5/04/2020 39  6/04/2020 61  7/04/2020 50
3/01/2020 0  4/05/2020 43  5/05/2020 63  6/05/2020 63  7/05/2020 18
3/02/2020 0  4/06/2020 24  5/06/2020 95  6/06/2020 74  7/06/2020 6
3/03/2020 0  4/07/2020 31  5/07/2020 92  6/07/2020 67  7/07/2020 111
3/04/2020 1  4/08/2020 68  5/08/2020 81  6/08/2020 27  7/08/2020 114
3/05/2020 0  4/09/2020 50  5/09/2020 93  6/09/2020 44  7/09/2020 149 (63 LA, 21 SBDNO)
3/06/2020 0  4/10/2020 49  5/10/2020 67  6/10/2020 79  7/10/2020 140 (46 LA, 26 OC)
3/07/2020 0  4/11/2020 68  5/11/2020 25  6/11/2020 105 7/11/2020 94  (49 LA)
3/08/2020 0  4/12/2020 42  5/12/2020 77  6/12/2020 62  7/12/2020 72  (55 LA)
3/09/2020 0  4/13/2020 36  5/13/2020 87  6/13/2020 46  7/13/2020 23
3/10/2020 1  4/14/2020 71  5/14/2020 98  6/14/2020 74  7/14/2020 47
3/12/2020 4  4/15/2020 63  5/15/2020 76  6/15/2020 26  7/15/2020 140 (72 LA)
3/13/2020 0  4/16/2020 69  5/16/2020 96  6/16/2020 32  7/16/2020 118 (38 LA, 24 RIV)
3/14/2020 1  4/17/2020 95  5/17/2020 57  6/17/2020 87  7/17/2020 130 (56 LA)
3/15/2020 0  4/18/2020 87  5/18/2020 41  6/18/2020 82  7/18/2020 120
3/16/2020 1  4/19/2020 94  5/19/2020 32  6/19/2020 70  7/19/2020 90  (37 LA, 25 OC)
3/17/2020 5  4/20/2020 42  5/20/2020 102 6/20/2020 64  7/20/2020 9
3/18/2020 2  4/21/2020 60  5/21/2020 106 6/21/2020 71  7/21/2020 61
3/19/2020 3  4/22/2020 86  5/22/2020 88  6/22/2020 20  7/22/2020 115 (50 LA, 20 OC)
3/20/2020 3  4/23/2020 115 5/23/2020 78  6/23/2020 65  7/23/2020 157 (59 LA, 28 RIV)
3/21/2020 4  4/24/2020 93  5/24/2020 66  6/24/2020 52  7/24/2020 159 (49 LA)
3/22/2020 4  4/25/2020 89  5/25/2020 21  6/25/2020 101 7/25/2020 151 (38 LA)
3/23/2020 0  4/26/2020 59  5/26/2020 19  6/26/2020 79
3/24/2020 13 4/27/2020 45  5/27/2020 70  6/27/2020 60
3/25/2020 13 4/28/2020 54  5/28/2020 89  6/28/2020 33
3/26/2020 12 4/29/2020 78  5/29/2020 95  6/29/2020 31
3/27/2020 13 4/30/2020 95  5/30/2020 88  6/30/2020 44
3/28/2020 23               5/31/2020 57
3/30/2020 34
3/31/2020 15

.....TOTAL 8337

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https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/OPA/Pages/NR20-172.aspx
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It's such a mess. We really needed a war-time effort and singular focus. Leadership has been all over the place even after getting a late start.

By now everyone, not just health care providers, should have N95s. It should also have been seen as a patriotic duty to wear them to get our economy back and running and our schools functioning.

Testing was an absurd joke early on with all the red tape and hoops people had to jump through just to get a test...as well as the red tape to engage other testing facilities quickly. We also should have hired tons of out of work people to work on contact tracing.

We needed to go hard at this from the top down. Instead, it's just felt like every one was on their own.


Agree 100%. On top of everything you said, the average test result for a COVID test in America takes over a week to receive.

Just to add to what your are saying a little bit. Part of fighting this pandemic is paying people to avoid spreading the virus. In Canada every person there. Citizen, migrant, heck even "illegal immigrant" is getting $500 a week. And this is an addition to usual unemployment benefits, universal healthcare, and 3 types of social benefits for the elderly. It takes minutes to sign up. And you get the money.

So people aren't risking their own health, the health of those around them, and the health of people they run into at work just to pay a rent/morgage, groceries, utilities, etc.

Similar things are going on in Europe as well. Adequately supplementing income during a once in a lifetime pandemic emergency is common sense for most countries... besides ours of course.
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It's such a mess. We really needed a war-time effort and singular focus. Leadership has been all over the place even after getting a late start.



We needed an FDR but we got a Curry Joe / Vito Corleone / Charles Ponzi hybrid.
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 26, 2020 1:48 pm    Post subject:

Code:

California Covid Deaths for July 26, 2020
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7,168,139 Tests Performed
    7,168,139 Results Rec'd (0 PENDING)
      453,659 POSITIVE (+8,259)
    6,714,480 NEGATIVE


Day.......#..Day........#..Day........#..Day........#..Day........#
2/26/2020 0  4/01/2020 21  5/01/2020 91  6/01/2020 38  7/01/2020 110
2/27/2020 0  4/02/2020 32  5/02/2020 98  6/02/2020 35  7/02/2020 73
2/28/2020 0  4/03/2020 34  5/03/2020 44  6/03/2020 75  7/03/2020 100
2/29/2020 0  4/04/2020 39  5/04/2020 39  6/04/2020 61  7/04/2020 50
3/01/2020 0  4/05/2020 43  5/05/2020 63  6/05/2020 63  7/05/2020 18
3/02/2020 0  4/06/2020 24  5/06/2020 95  6/06/2020 74  7/06/2020 6
3/03/2020 0  4/07/2020 31  5/07/2020 92  6/07/2020 67  7/07/2020 111
3/04/2020 1  4/08/2020 68  5/08/2020 81  6/08/2020 27  7/08/2020 114
3/05/2020 0  4/09/2020 50  5/09/2020 93  6/09/2020 44  7/09/2020 149 (63 LA, 21 SBDNO)
3/06/2020 0  4/10/2020 49  5/10/2020 67  6/10/2020 79  7/10/2020 140 (46 LA, 26 OC)
3/07/2020 0  4/11/2020 68  5/11/2020 25  6/11/2020 105 7/11/2020 94  (49 LA)
3/08/2020 0  4/12/2020 42  5/12/2020 77  6/12/2020 62  7/12/2020 72  (55 LA)
3/09/2020 0  4/13/2020 36  5/13/2020 87  6/13/2020 46  7/13/2020 23
3/10/2020 1  4/14/2020 71  5/14/2020 98  6/14/2020 74  7/14/2020 47
3/12/2020 4  4/15/2020 63  5/15/2020 76  6/15/2020 26  7/15/2020 140 (72 LA)
3/13/2020 0  4/16/2020 69  5/16/2020 96  6/16/2020 32  7/16/2020 118 (38 LA, 24 RIV)
3/14/2020 1  4/17/2020 95  5/17/2020 57  6/17/2020 87  7/17/2020 130 (56 LA)
3/15/2020 0  4/18/2020 87  5/18/2020 41  6/18/2020 82  7/18/2020 120
3/16/2020 1  4/19/2020 94  5/19/2020 32  6/19/2020 70  7/19/2020 90  (37 LA, 25 OC)
3/17/2020 5  4/20/2020 42  5/20/2020 102 6/20/2020 64  7/20/2020 9
3/18/2020 2  4/21/2020 60  5/21/2020 106 6/21/2020 71  7/21/2020 61
3/19/2020 3  4/22/2020 86  5/22/2020 88  6/22/2020 20  7/22/2020 115 (50 LA, 20 OC)
3/20/2020 3  4/23/2020 115 5/23/2020 78  6/23/2020 65  7/23/2020 157 (59 LA, 28 RIV)
3/21/2020 4  4/24/2020 93  5/24/2020 66  6/24/2020 52  7/24/2020 159 (49 LA)
3/22/2020 4  4/25/2020 89  5/25/2020 21  6/25/2020 101 7/25/2020 151 (38 LA)
3/23/2020 0  4/26/2020 59  5/26/2020 19  6/26/2020 79  7/26/2020 79 (51 LA)
3/24/2020 13 4/27/2020 45  5/27/2020 70  6/27/2020 60
3/25/2020 13 4/28/2020 54  5/28/2020 89  6/28/2020 33
3/26/2020 12 4/29/2020 78  5/29/2020 95  6/29/2020 31
3/27/2020 13 4/30/2020 95  5/30/2020 88  6/30/2020 44
3/28/2020 23               5/31/2020 57
3/30/2020 34
3/31/2020 15

.....TOTAL 8416

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https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/OPA/Pages/NR20-173.aspx
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https://public.tableau.com/views/COVID-19CasesDashboard_15931020425010/Cases?:embed=y&:showVizHome=no


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 27, 2020 8:04 am    Post subject:

Florida is a mess. This is what happens when you ignore the virus. The country has to start to listen to the CDC. It causes me to wonder if the NBA has it right. They're contact tracing to see if any players from the Marlins interacted with Philadelphia 76ers players.

Marlins’ home opener postponed as they deal with virus

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 27, 2020 8:13 am    Post subject:

It's not just the US getting Social Distancing fatigue:

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 27, 2020 4:12 pm    Post subject:

Code:

California Covid Deaths for July 27, 2020
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7,296,578 Tests Performed
    7,296,578 Results Rec'd (0 PENDING)
      460,550 POSITIVE (+6,891)
    6,836,028 NEGATIVE


Day.......#..Day........#..Day........#..Day........#..Day........#
2/26/2020 0  4/01/2020 21  5/01/2020 91  6/01/2020 38  7/01/2020 110
2/27/2020 0  4/02/2020 32  5/02/2020 98  6/02/2020 35  7/02/2020 73
2/28/2020 0  4/03/2020 34  5/03/2020 44  6/03/2020 75  7/03/2020 100
2/29/2020 0  4/04/2020 39  5/04/2020 39  6/04/2020 61  7/04/2020 50
3/01/2020 0  4/05/2020 43  5/05/2020 63  6/05/2020 63  7/05/2020 18
3/02/2020 0  4/06/2020 24  5/06/2020 95  6/06/2020 74  7/06/2020 6
3/03/2020 0  4/07/2020 31  5/07/2020 92  6/07/2020 67  7/07/2020 111
3/04/2020 1  4/08/2020 68  5/08/2020 81  6/08/2020 27  7/08/2020 114
3/05/2020 0  4/09/2020 50  5/09/2020 93  6/09/2020 44  7/09/2020 149 (63 LA, 21 SBDNO)
3/06/2020 0  4/10/2020 49  5/10/2020 67  6/10/2020 79  7/10/2020 140 (46 LA, 26 OC)
3/07/2020 0  4/11/2020 68  5/11/2020 25  6/11/2020 105 7/11/2020 94  (49 LA)
3/08/2020 0  4/12/2020 42  5/12/2020 77  6/12/2020 62  7/12/2020 72  (55 LA)
3/09/2020 0  4/13/2020 36  5/13/2020 87  6/13/2020 46  7/13/2020 23
3/10/2020 1  4/14/2020 71  5/14/2020 98  6/14/2020 74  7/14/2020 47
3/12/2020 4  4/15/2020 63  5/15/2020 76  6/15/2020 26  7/15/2020 140 (72 LA)
3/13/2020 0  4/16/2020 69  5/16/2020 96  6/16/2020 32  7/16/2020 118 (38 LA, 24 RIV)
3/14/2020 1  4/17/2020 95  5/17/2020 57  6/17/2020 87  7/17/2020 130 (56 LA)
3/15/2020 0  4/18/2020 87  5/18/2020 41  6/18/2020 82  7/18/2020 120
3/16/2020 1  4/19/2020 94  5/19/2020 32  6/19/2020 70  7/19/2020 90  (37 LA, 25 OC)
3/17/2020 5  4/20/2020 42  5/20/2020 102 6/20/2020 64  7/20/2020 9
3/18/2020 2  4/21/2020 60  5/21/2020 106 6/21/2020 71  7/21/2020 61
3/19/2020 3  4/22/2020 86  5/22/2020 88  6/22/2020 20  7/22/2020 115 (50 LA, 20 OC)
3/20/2020 3  4/23/2020 115 5/23/2020 78  6/23/2020 65  7/23/2020 157 (59 LA, 28 RIV)
3/21/2020 4  4/24/2020 93  5/24/2020 66  6/24/2020 52  7/24/2020 159 (49 LA)
3/22/2020 4  4/25/2020 89  5/25/2020 21  6/25/2020 101 7/25/2020 151 (38 LA)
3/23/2020 0  4/26/2020 59  5/26/2020 19  6/26/2020 79  7/26/2020 79 (51 LA)
3/24/2020 13 4/27/2020 45  5/27/2020 70  6/27/2020 60  7/27/2020 29
3/25/2020 13 4/28/2020 54  5/28/2020 89  6/28/2020 33
3/26/2020 12 4/29/2020 78  5/29/2020 95  6/29/2020 31
3/27/2020 13 4/30/2020 95  5/30/2020 88  6/30/2020 44
3/28/2020 23               5/31/2020 57
3/30/2020 34
3/31/2020 15

.....TOTAL 8445

------Sourcehttps://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/OPA/Pages/NR20-174.aspx
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