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Numbers comparing each state and graphs of US trends, since Feb. cases, new cases, deaths, recover

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Thank you for posting these, did you intend for all of the states to be listed?  Looks like there are a lot of them that aren't shown, but we can go to that website and look ourselves. The graphs all show the numbers are certainly not going in the right direction.

 

And think about all the work that we have done and we only have about 5% of our population has actually been infected.

To get enough immunity by having people infected means that somewhere between 60 and 70% of the population needs to have gotten it. We are nowhere close to that number yet.

 

We have a long way to go before we get a vaccine.

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Re: Numbers comparing each state and graphs of US trends, since Feb. cases, new cases, deaths, recov

Doesn't every state have a dashboard where they can look this up?  

 

Just make sure you are looking at daily numbers, not cumulative, if you want true daily numbers.

 

The numbers on the Ohio dashboard don't exactly match the charts here.

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@bhvbum wrote:

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Thank you for posting these, did you intend for all of the states to be listed?  Looks like there are a lot of them that aren't shown, but we can go to that website and look ourselves. The graphs all show the numbers are certainly not going in the right direction.

 

And think about all the work that we have done and we only have about 5% of our population has actually been infected.

To get enough immunity by having people infected means that somewhere between 60 and 70% of the population needs to have gotten it. We are nowhere close to that number yet.

 

We have a long way to go before we get a vaccine.


@bhvbum How do we know that only 5% of our population has been infected?  Only a small percentage of people have been tested.  Many people who get the virus are asymptomatic.  We won't know the percentage unless everyone is tested for antibodies.  

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Re: Numbers comparing each state and graphs of US trends, since Feb. cases, new cases, deaths, recov

Every single day in NY we get updates from the governor. Then every other day M/W/F we get them from our county executive.  Thank goodness NY is trending down as well as my area.  We are getting ready to enter phase 3 out of 4.  I'm sure there will be tweaks along the way but so far so good.  As far as testing, everyone I know who has had a test has been negative for the virus and those who tested for the anti body the same.  

 

 

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@Helen852 - Gov. Cuomo has done great job and is still on top of things in NY.