Coronavirus: 5/23

Here are the latest numbers:

The South: 5/23

MS: 13,005 cases, 616 deaths

AL: 14,117 cases, 549 deaths

SC: 9,895 cases, 425 deaths

GA: 42,242 cases, 1,822 deaths

TX: 55,485 cases, 1,527 deaths

FL: 50,127 cases, 2,243 deaths

LA: 37,040 cases, 2,689 deaths

AR: 5,775 cases, 115 deaths

KY: 8,571 cases, 391 deaths

OK: 5,960 cases, 311 deaths

WV: 1,729 cases, 72 deaths

VA: 35,749 cases, 1,159 deaths

MO: 11,933 cases, 682 deaths

NC: 22,864 cases, 778 deaths

TN: 19,789 cases, 329 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 

5/18: 1,550,294 

5/19: 1,570,583

5/20: 1,591,991 

5/21: 1,620,902 

5/22: 1,645,094

5/23: 1,666,828 <— 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

5/18: 1,003

5/19: 1,552

5/20: 1,461

5/21: 1,418

5/22: 1,296

5/23: 1,036 <— YOU ARE HERE

TOTAL: 98,683 dead

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12 Comments

  1. @Brad You might ask James Edwards and Sam Dixon, what happens a few months from now, when the US has to be shutdown again because of COVID-19?

    Who is going to look politically stupid then?

  2. Less than a month from now, only the Spanish Flu, the Civil War and WW2 will have killed more Americans. By the beginning of August, the death toll is going to be around 190,000. By the beginning of next spring, the death toll will probably have surpassed the Spanish Flu.

  3. CDC papers out, just put the cumulative death rate at 0.027%. Obviously that is the mean median, but those under 49 have a far far far lower chance of dying. This is no reason for all the hysteria, and the governments reaction from today on will be revealing. There is no excuse as to an unknown virus to keep any restrictions in place, other than for purposes of NWO Global Warming Style carbon lockdowns.

    • A lot of people are whistling past the graveyard, as the old saying goes.

      If you recover from COVID-19 after spending 3 weeks in the hospital, is that a positive outcome? How long were you out of the workforce before and after COVID-19? There are lots of key factors not being publicized or talked about.

  4. I’d like to see a more complete breakdown of the death tolls. How many of these victims were 78 or 80 with serious heart problems and 6 months from death without cv19 ?

    This simple scalar of deaths isn’t sufficient to give a true picture of the pathogens harm.

    If an 82 dies a year early, that is sad, but not nearly as tragic a 32 dying. We need at least one more dimension to these numbers.

    • Something like “probable years lost”.
      Say avg lifespan is 80, if a 78 yr old dies, 2 yrs are lost. If a 30 yr old dies, thats 50 probable yrs lost.

      Like most victims of the spanish flu were young an healthy. That would make the loses of 1918 far worse than the current pathogen, taking most of its victims at a very advanced age.

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