Archive for June 9th, 2020

Chaos, Cortisol and “Crisis Fatigue”

June 9, 2020

On my weekly trip to the grocery store (during Sunrise Senior Hours, of course), I sensed a change in folks’ demeanor.  Many people had a defeated, hang-dog look on their masked faces.

I thought it might just be me projecting my feelings onto them, but when I got home, I spotted an article in WIRED titled “All This Chaos Might Be Giving You ‘Crisis Fatigue”.

The punch line: Your body is well adapted to handle temporary stresses, but it may be overwhelmed by the constant, unrelenting pressures we’re all currently facing.


Here’s the essence of the article…


June 9: C-19 Key NATIONAL & STATES Data

June 9, 2020

Caution: 16 states (none in top 12) didn’t report any deaths
… either no new deaths to report or report just wasn’t submitted

965 Daily New Deaths Worldometer
> 7-day average 984
> Peaked on April 21



Cumulative Deaths 
169,951 by Aug 4 @ current 7-day M.A.

IHME Model Cume US Death Projection:
140,496 by Aug. 4  Rev. UP 5,387 6/6
473 = Implied Daily New Deaths until Aug 4


Key States Data

click to enlarge table

Bottom 39 states with more than 20 New Deaths:
GA (27), RI (26), AL (23)

click to see  C-19 Data Reference Guide: ALL STATES and Data Recap: The BOTTOM 39