July 20: C-19 Data Dashboard

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Data Source: Worldometer 
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Cumulative Deaths 
143,289 Worldometer
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412 Daily New Deaths Worldometer
> 7-day average 786

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Worldometer

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Currently Hospitalized

> 57,000  July 17
> 7-day average      57,000
> April 22 peak        59,000
> June 21 low point  28,000

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RonaViz

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Confirmed Cases

> 65,279 New Cases Worldometer
> 7-day average    68,535
> Highest day        73,388  July 16
> April 24 peak      36,291
> June 8 low point  17,414

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Worldometer

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One Response to “July 20: C-19 Data Dashboard”

  1. Dixie Catlett Says:

    The gap between cases and deaths reflects more young cases counted. It appears that hospitalizations are at the same level as mid-April. Patients are not (yet) dying at the same rate, which can be chalked up to better knowledge about severe conditions the virus causes like blot clots and organ damage, thus prolonging lives. Also, guessing fewer patients are dying now before reaching the hospital or in the ER before being admitted? (Or the April hospitalizations would likely have been higher – more reflective of death rate)
    But it is a mistake to understate the severity of this COVID-19 disease … or its lingering health aftermath. It’s not “like the flu”. Epidemiologists say it’s more deadly, damaging and more sneakily contagious (most contagious the day before onset on symptoms, so even responsible folks can be spreaders). This administration and its media buddies need to stop minimizing so people will social distance and wear the #$!@ masks to get this behind us! Put out stimulus to improve building ventilation and speed return of test results to 24 hours. Inspire us to pull together as a nation that can do great things rather than look the other way like that would make it disappear.That will let the economy start to recover and will prepare for better handling the next disease surge.

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