Coronavirus: 5/6

Texas appears to be surging.

Here are the latest numbers:

The South: 5/6

MS: 8,424 cases, 374 deaths

AL: 8,691 cases, 343 deaths

SC: 6,936 cases, 305 deaths

GA: 30,739 cases, 1,327 deaths

TX: 35,330 cases, 1,006 deaths

FL: 38,002 cases, 1,539 deaths

LA: 30,399 cases, 2,167 deaths

AR: 3,611 cases, 87 deaths

KY: 5,934 cases, 283 deaths

OK: 4,201 cases, 253 deaths

WV: 1,276 cases, 51 deaths

VA: 20,256 cases, 713 deaths

MO: 9,266 cases, 425 deaths

NC: 13,054 cases, 493 deaths

TN: 13,938 cases, 239 deaths

U.S. cases:

3/1: 89

3/8: 564

3/9: 728

3/10: 1,000

3/11: 1,267

3/12: 1,645

3/13: 2,204

3/14: 2,826

3/15: 3,505

3/16: 4,466

3/17: 6,135

3/18: 8,760

3/19: 13,159

3/20: 18,563

3/21: 26,138

3/22: 33,276

3/23: 46,371

3/24: 55,041

3/25: 68,203

3/26: 85,873

3/27: 104,671

3/28: 123,578

3/29: 142,070

3/30: 164,248

3/31: 188,530

4/1: 215,003

4/2: 244,877

4/3: 277,161

4/4: 311,357

4/5: 336,673

4/6: 367,004

4/7: 400,355

4/8: 434,927

4/9: 468,566

4/10: 502,876

4/11: 532,879

4/12: 560,300

4/13: 586,941

4/14: 613,886

4/15: 644,089

4/16: 677,570

4/17: 709,735

4/18: 738,792

4/19: 763,832

4/20: 792,759

4/21: 818,744

4/22: 848,717

4/23: 880,204

4/24: 918,510

4/25: 960,651

4/26: 987,160

4/27: 1,010,356

4/28: 1,035,765

4/29: 1,064,194

4/30: 1,095,023

5/1: 1,131,015

5/2: 1,160,744

5/3: 1,188,122

5/4: 1,212,835

5/5: 1,237,633

5/6: 1,263,092 <— YOU ARE HERE

U.S. deaths per day:

2/29: 1

3/2: 5

3/3: 3

3/4: 2

3/5: 1

3/6: 3

3/7: 4

3/8: 3

3/9: 4

3/10: 4

3/11: 8

3/12: 3

3/13: 8

3/14: 8

3/15: 11

3/16: 18

3/17: 23

3/18: 41

3/19: 57

3/20: 49

3/21: 46

3/22: 111

3/23: 140

3/24: 225

3/25: 247

3/26: 268

3/27: 411

3/28: 525

3/29: 363

3/30: 573

3/31: 912

4/1: 1,049

4/2: 968

4/3: 1,321

4/4: 1,331

4/5: 1,165

4/6: 1,255

4/7: 1,970

4/8: 1,940

4/9: 1,900

4/10: 2,035

4/11: 1,830

4/12: 1,528

4/13: 1,535

4/14: 2,407

4/15: 2,763

4/16: 2,174

4/17: 2,535

4/18: 1,867

4/19: 1,539

4/20: 1,939

4/21: 2,804

4/22: 2,341

4/23: 2,325

4/24: 1,942

4/25: 2,065

4/26: 1,157

4/27: 1,384

4/28: 2,470

4/29: 2,390

4/30: 2,201

5/1: 1,892

5/2: 1,691

5/3: 1,154

5/4: 1,324

5/5: 2,350

5/6: 2,528 <— YOU ARE HERE

TOTAL: 74,799 dead

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  1. You know for most of these protesters this is cheap street theater. They get to play the hero resisting Big Brother while Big Brother encourages them in their efforts.

    This charade ends when Big Brother tells them to go home and they get a cheeseburger for their heroic stand against tyranny.

    The whole lot of them are a sad joke.

  2. I’ve heard that most Texans aren’t observing the mitigation methods, masks, distance, avoiding crowds.

    Oh well, we’ll watch and they can serve as an object lesson.

    ( when the nation comes out of sequestration, are we going to see a massive surge, dwarfing the previous numbers ? )

  3. What’s going on wi Belgium ?

    If our death rate were proportional to their’s, we’d have about 10,000 deaths a day.

    Are we just lagging behind ?

  4. 5/6: 1,263,092 <— YOU ARE HERE

    Okay, but remember, this measures the number of people who have ever been infected, regardless of whether they’ve died or recovered. (Imagine we measured flu infections this way!)

    The more relevant statistic is the number of active cases, and whether this number is growing or declining.

    For now, the number of active cases in America continues to grow, however an important corner was turned in the last couple of days, in that the number of daily recoveries exceeded the increase in active cases. (It hasn’t yet exceeded the number of new infections; only the daily rise in active cases, which is a related but different stat.)

    Of course, what we want to see is a decrease in the number of active cases, so why does this matter? Because it’s a sign that the number of active cases may soon begin decreasing. In all the countries in which the number of active cases is decreasing (and there are many, including Italy and Spain), this corner was first turned, and then shortly afterwards the number of daily recoveries began exceeding the number of new daily infections.

    So we’ll see.

    • Why would the cases decrease? They have decreased in other countries because they are implementing mass testing, hard quarantines, mask requirements, etc., none of which the USA is doing. There was a half assed “shut down” in most states for about 1.5 months that helped, but is being rolled back now. The virus won’t just magically disappear for no reason.

  5. Remember when that guy said 72,000 and it was over last week?

    Don’t ever just a flu. Not once.

  6. Medical establishments get $39k for all patients they code : Covid19. Get it ? Get informed man.

    But wait … there’s a distraction in ring 2 of the 3 ring circus … is it … could it be … YES, white guys shot a porch monkey. How convenient of a distraction. Were these 2 MKUltra ???????? Or is there more to this ??? It’s just WAY WAY too convenient for the illuminati to have this distraction AND they’re white males AND was it an AR 15 ?????

    • This is a lie, no one gets paid extra for putting covid-19 on a death certificate.

      The $39k is an estimated total cost of uninsured patients who are put on respirators regardless of why they are put on a respirator. It was an estimate put out by Kaiser Permanente and it has absolutely nothing to do with either covid-19 or death certificates.

      This is another perfect example of why Sam Francis called the GOP/conservatives the Stupid Party. Rather than take necessary steps to fight a pandemic like a serious country would do, they put out these stupid conspiracy theories and false talking points so as to put pressure on government to reopen the economy because muh freedumz and muh stonk market. Conservative normies end up looking stupid but (((GOPe))) don’t care so long as line go up.

  7. Most people here are still observing the protocol. Only three restaurants in town have reopened their dining areas on the 25% occupancy restrictions. The rest are still only doing take out and drive through business. The stores still limit occupancy to either ten, or one hundred customers at a time. Most county offices are still closed, or on reduced hours of operation. Barbershops and beauty parlours are still closed. As are many other businesses downtown. The local hospital is on lockdown. Only patients and staff, and one visitor at a time per patient, are allowed inside.

    The factories and other businesses that don’t deal directly with the general public, never shut down the first place.
    Traffic is still light on the roads. There is no commercial air traffic at all. Except for helicopters taking aerial virus surveys, nothing of a light civil nature, except for a Cessna Ag Wagon I saw dusting winter wheat in Reno, is flying either.

    A friend of mine in Grayson County told me his company is only working three weeks a month now, because of a drop off in orders. One week a month, he gets an unemployment check. All fifty cases in Grayson county are in Denison, Texas, nowhere else. Oddly enough. Where I live, we’ve suddenly gotten fifty new cases, all at a nursing home. All of the cases here in the Red River Valley are the result of people having brought it back from Dallas or Fort Worth.

  8. Articles on the virus in North Texas and Texas, generally.


    • Off topic, James, but did you know of the Sherman connection to Madison Square Garden? See

      “Rickard was born in Kansas City, Missouri. His youth was spent in Sherman, Texas, where his parents had moved when he was four. His father died and his mother then moved to Henrietta, Texas while he was still a young boy.[2] Rickard became a cowboy at the age of 11, after the death of his father.[3][4] At the age of 23, he was elected marshal of Henrietta, Texas.[5] He acquired the nickname “Tex” at this time.[2][5] On July 2, 1894, Rickard married Leona Bittick, the daughter of a Henrietta physician. On February 3, 1895, their son, Curtis L. Rickard, was born. Leona Rickard died on March 11, 1895, and Curtis Rickard died on May 4, 1895.[6]”

      Rickard had a background something like that of Trump’s grandfather …

      “In November 1895, Rickard went to Alaska, drawn by the discovery of gold there.[5] Thus he was in the region when he learned of the nearby Klondike Gold Rush of 1897. Along with most of the other residents of Circle City, Alaska, he hurried to the Klondike, where he and his partner, Harry Ash, staked claims.[5] They eventually sold their holdings for nearly $60,000.[5] They then opened the Northern,[5] a saloon, hotel, and gambling hall in Dawson City, Yukon, Canada.[7][8] Rickard lost everything—including his share of the Northern—through gambling.[5] While working as a poker dealer and bartender at the Monte Carlo saloon and gambling hall, he and Wilson Mizner began promoting boxing matches.”

      • Interesting Mr B., Thanks. Sherman’s twin City, Denison, is where President Eisenhower’s birthplace is. It’s a museum, which I’ve visited.

        • You’re welcome, James–and that’s interesting, about Eisenhower. Your info prompted me to visit , where I found this …

          “Eisenhower’s military success as Supreme Allied Commander Europe during World War II prompted local Denison school principal Jennie Jackson to correspond with General Eisenhower. She inquired if he was from the Eisenhower family she remembered in Denison. His family had moved to Kansas when he was two years old, and until he received Jackson’s letter, he was unaware he had been born in Denison. Eisenhower’s mother Ida Elizabeth Stover was still alive at the time, and he put his mother in touch with Jackson. Upon hearing from Eisenhower’s mother that this was indeed his birthplace, Jackson set about to raise funds to purchase the two-story frame house.”

          That’s wild. I admire Eisenhower because he stayed standing after he put on his suit on his wedding day, so the backs of his pants legs wouldn’t be wrinkled while he was at the altar, with his back to the guests. I’m pretty sure I read that somewhere. If every white man conducted himself in that way, there’d be no Covid epidemic.

  9. Whats this justice for ahmuad stuff I see trending on twitter? Shitlib Blue checkmarks, alt lite and basketball twitter losing their shit and calling for the death sentence of the father son white supremacists who apparently hunted him down and killed him.

    Wonder if blumpf will help his favorite lowest employment ever blacks and give them their heads on a platter. Looks like trayvon 4.0 expect looting revenge killing and rioting soon

    • From what I can tell, some black guy decided to assault a man holding a gun and, to the surprise of nobody but himself, ended up getting shot. Now blacks are chimping out about the injustice of attempting to hold blacks to the same standards as everyone else.

  10. Dear Andre Anglin,

    Log off the internet forever. You’ve lost your seat at the table.


    -Jew Destroyer oops I mean Judy Stroyer

    • Yes, Anglin has really put his foot in it.

      Too bad, because he does occasionally have good content.

      • Agree.

        He’s a talented writer but his credibility has died on the “it’s just the flu, bro” hill.

        I won’t be going back to The Stormer any time soon.

  11. At this point for your own sanity go back to writing about other issues an donly touch this when it intersects with race etc.

  12. Hunter, how many people do you know (of) personally who have contracted the virus or died from it? Including friends or relatives of friends/acquaintances whose existence can be proved (i.e. not “friend of my uncle’s cat who works for the CIA said Trump will declare martial law next Tuesday” kind of thing).

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