Coronavirus: 5/17

Here are the latest numbers:

The South: 5/17

MS: 11,296 cases, 521 deaths

AL: 11,771 cases, 488 deaths

SC: 8,816 cases, 385 deaths

GA: 37,701 cases, 1,609 deaths

TX: 48,677 cases, 1,360 deaths

FL: 45,588 cases, 1,973 deaths

LA: 34,432 cases, 2,491 deaths

AR: 4,759 cases, 98 deaths

KY: 7,688 cases, 334 deaths

OK: 5,310 cases, 288 deaths

WV: 1,490 cases, 67 deaths

VA: 30,388 cases, 1,009 deaths

MO: 11,057 cases, 604 deaths

NC: 18,659 cases, 684 deaths

TN: 17,388 cases, 298 deaths

U.S. cases:

3/1: 89

3/8: 564

3/16: 4,466

3/23: 46,371

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

5/7: 1,292,623

5/8: 1,321,785

5/9: 1,347,309

5/10: 1,367,638

5/11: 1,385,834 

5/12: 1,408,636 

5/13: 1,430,348 

5/14: 1,457,593 

5/15: 1,484,285

5/16: 1,507,773 

5/17: 1,527,664 <— 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

3/16: 18

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

5/7: 2,129

5/8: 1,683

5/9: 1,422

5/10: 750

5/11: 1,008

5/12: 1,630

5/13: 1,722

5/14: 1,715

5/15: 1,595

5/16: 1,218

5/17: 865 <— YOU ARE HERE

TOTAL: 90,978 dead

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5 Comments

  1. Note that weekend death tolls are lower than weekdays, because they are incomplete. The records are balanced on Mondays.

    Let’s see now. At least 100,000 U.S. citizens are dead or dying when only 1 to 2% of over the total U.S. population of 330 million have been infected. After 80% of the population of the U.S. has been infected, at least 40 times that 100,000 will die. And tens of millions more, who “recover,” will be permanently disabled.

    An ounce of prevention (immediate border and airport closing, and testing, tracing and strict quarantine for all those who recently entered the country) would have been worth much more than a pound of this “cure”: so-called “herd immunity” achieved through millions of deaths, tens of millions of permanent disabilities, and TRILLIONS of dollars of economic losses.

    • Hal Turner’s site says the government is hiding “second wave” information so that Kushner’s kikes can back up the truck for another mass wealth transfer from American retirees (market crash). Trump is hell-bent on shafting his supporters AS MANY TIMES AS POSSIBLE, before the term ends and the clock runs out!

  2. Minnesota’s governor once again extended the “stay-at-home order” until May 31st, but now calls it (with Orwellian flair) a “stay safe” order. People can now go out to some small businesses with social distancing precautions, but restaurants and bars are still closed. Big businesses like Walmart and Home Depot were always open, while the smaller stores were closed. Corporate favoritism by the gov’t has crippled small- and medium-size businesses.

    After disasters, 40% of the small fry permanently close their doors. This has been a longer-lasting disaster extended over the whole nation, and the federal small business fund has been already emptied, so I would expect an even larger percentage to go under. Amazon and the like, on the other hand, have never made so much money. Not to mention, larger corporations can receive stimulus resources that they can ultimately leverage into trillions.

    Distancing protocols should have allowed all businesses, no matter their size, to remain open at up to 50% capacity. Unfortunately, we didn’t have access to PPE, and most still don’t. The state isn’t mandating wearing masks and gloves, but left it up to the big businesses that stayed open how to handle the situation. About half of the people I’ve seen shopping don’t wear masks or gloves. Small businesses are expected to mandate usage, but most won’t because the big guys don’t force it on their customers. With general PPE availability, this situation could’ve been handled here like in South Korea, but the rentier class had to make bank on destroying our manufacturing base. Depending on China for our medical supplies hasn’t worked out too well for us.

  3. . “About half of the people I’ve seen shopping don’t wear masks or gloves”

    Idiots !
    Thoughless bastards !

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