COVID19 latest numbers where you are

PopsnTuff

Well-known Member
Location
Virginia USA
From the Virginia Dept of Health.....on March 31, 2020

17,589 People Tested
1,706 Total Cases
246 Hospitalizations
41 Deaths

It's probably way higher in every category by today :(
 

OneEyedDiva

Senior Member
Location
Nrw Jersey
N.J. was predicted to follow New York City's numbers and looks like, unfortunately, it will. As of today there are 25,590 cases and 537 deaths. Here's what I posted Sunday (5 days ago):
Just read that we have 2,316 new cases in N.J. since yesterday which brings our total to 13,386. There were 21 deaths since yesterday for a total of 161 in N.J.
Among the latest to die were a middle school principal, a school's study team case manager, a firefighter and a doctor. The former two were young people, 48 & 43. The firefighter was 33 and the doctor was 60. 😭
 

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Ruthanne

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Location
USA
Last updated April 2 at 6:30 p.m. ET.

There are 2,902 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Ohio as of April 2, according to the state's department of health. Compared with other states, Ohio ranks in the middle of the pack for the most U.S. coronavirus cases. At least 802 people with COVID-19 are hospitalized in Ohio, with 260 of those admitted to the ICU.

There have been 81 coronavirus deaths in the state of Ohio. The first victim was Mark Wagoner, Sr., 76, a Toledo attorney who may have contracted the virus during a trip to California, according to WOSU Radio.

Nineteen patients at the Ohio Living Westminster-Thurber nursing home have been put in isolation after a medical professional who worked at the facility on a contract basis tested positive for the novel coronavirus, The Columbus Dispatch reported on Friday (March 27). Because the virus is particularly deadly for older people, incursions into long-term care facilities and nursing homes have proven particularly dangerous.
 

MarciKS

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My apartment
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SeaBreeze

Endlessly Groovin'
Location
USA
Hoping everyone here and their families stay healthy and can avoid this virus. @hollydolly , I hope your hubby is feeling better.

April 3, 5:00 p.m. update:
Here are some of the latest numbers on COVID-19 in Colorado from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.


  • 4,173 cases*
  • 823 hospitalized
  • 53 counties
  • 22,071 people tested
  • 111 deaths
  • 27 outbreaks at residential and non-hospital health care facilities

*According to CDPHE: “Positive cases include people who tested positive, as well as cases where epidemiological investigation has determined that there is a high likelihood that an untested individual has COVID-19 due to their symptoms and close contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19.”


https://www.coloradoindependent.com/2020/04/03/colorado-coronavirus-first-cases/
 

MarciKS

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Location
My apartment
Original Poster
I keep waiting for them to tell us that it's slowing down. That this isolating we're putting ourselves through is actually doing something.
 

moviequeen1

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Location
Buffalo,NY
In WNY there are 8 counties,the total positive cases as of yesterday are 1,136 with 30 deaths
I live in Erie County,we've had 945 cases with 26 deaths
 

Aunt Bea

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Location
Near Mount Pilot
In my county of approx. 450,000 we have 364 confirmed cases, 246 active cases, 113 recovered, and 5 deaths.

I think that these low numbers reflect the limited testing that has been done.

The thing that I'm trying to understand is that after we hit the peak/flatten the curve how long we will need to continue to self-quarantine.

Will we need to wait until we have 14 days with no new cases?
 

Red Cinders

Member
I'm in Florida. As of 4/5/20, we have:

12,350 Florida Cases
221 Deaths
101 cases in my county of which 11 are in my zip code

Like Aunt Bea, I think the limited testing has kept the numbers low. Our county is next door to Orange County (Orlando), the county with more cases than any other in Central Florida. Even they have limited testing, but if they didn't, I'm sure the number of cases there would go through the roof. We are more rural and suburban out here, but I'm sure we'll get some spillover from being next to Orange County.
 

MarciKS

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My apartment
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@Red Cinders they were talking about that in the Washington Post. They think there's way more deaths than the count is revealing because they've been so skimpy with the tests. Plus, they are saying the tests are giving false negatives so, they may have a way higher number than even they know.
 

MarciKS

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My apartment
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Our count today was 747 cases with 22 deaths.

One in our facility died. 60 yr old. We got our 6th case. Only 5 in isolation today as opposed to 11 yesterday.
 

Ruthanne

SF VIP
Location
USA
4,450
Confirmed Cases in Ohio

371
Number of ICU admissions

1,214
Number of Hospitalizations in Ohio

142
Number of Deaths

<1–101
Age Range

54
Median Age

48%*
Sex - Males

52%*
Sex-Females

Plus a newborn baby has tested positive and they don't know if she was born with it or not.
 

RadishRose

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Location
CT USA
Connecticut on 4/6/20
Cases 6906, up1231 since yesterday


Laboratory-Confirmed COVID-19-Associated Deaths 206 +17 Statewide

Patients Currently Hospitalized with COVID-191221 +79

Patients tested for COVID-1926686 +3416

Hartford County
21 deaths
882 cases
 

RadishRose

SF VIP
Location
CT USA
The thing that I'm trying to understand is that after we hit the peak/flatten the curve how long we will need to continue to self-quarantine.
What scared me was when my said it's not a given that it will drop immediately after the peak....the peak might plateau for awhile... :eek: Don't mean to scare you dear Aunt Bea, but better to be prepared.
 

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