Archive for June 12th, 2020

WSJ: “NY’s Coronavirus Response Made the Pandemic Worse”

June 12, 2020

We’ve been on this case for awhile.

Today’s WSJ  laid out the case that:

New York leaders’ coronavirus response was marred by missed warning signs and policies that put residents at greater risk and led to unnecessary deaths.

The virus has hit New York harder than any other state, cutting through its densely populated urban neighborhoods and devastating the economy.

New York state’s death toll accounts for 27% of American deaths.


Here are the WSJ’s supporting conclusions…


June 12: C-19 Key NATIONAL & STATES Data

June 12, 2020

Note: IHME has extended its forecast period from Aug 3 to Oct 1. Details below,

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



Cumulative Deaths 
227,205 by Oct 1ug 4 @ current 7-day M.A.

IHME Model Cume US Death Projection:
169,890 by Oct 1 <= NEW END DATE
476 = Implied Daily New Deaths until Aug 4


Key States Data

click to enlarge table

Bottom 39 states with 25 or more New Deaths:
GA (46), AZ (32), OH (25), TX (25), in (25)

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