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Sunday, February 21, 2021

COVID 19 Update We 2-21-2021


COVID 19 update 28,029,680 total cases, 497,403 deaths. New cases, 410,414, an increase of, 205,116, 100%!** Correction: There was a decrease of 251,851 new cases last week, 38%)  13,329 deaths last week a decrease of, 60%. Deaths per day, 1,539 since WE 4-19. Up 8 per day from last week. Deaths/day WE 2-21, 1,894. A decrease of 1,065/day. Six states still account for 28.164% of cases and 35% of deaths: NY, NJ, CT, CA, MA, WA. TX and FL 4,457,522 18% of cases and 72,014 deaths, 17%. It is the 4th leading cause of death in the US. Death rate versus known cases, US infection rate, 2.1378%, mortality rate, .1265%. States with the biggest increase over 10% from previous week: Zero! US accounts for 25.283% of known cases and 20,208% of mortalities, worldwide. Comparison to other countries mortalities to population: England .1806%, Italy .1585%, Bosnia .1508%, Mexico, .1436%, Spain .1436%, Peru .1375%, France .1274% US .1265%  Sweden .1228% , Columbia .1166%.. Of the developed countries, Australia is holding steady with no new mortalities reported at 908. They’ve lost one person since WE-11-29-2020. These numbers come from the CDC and John Hopkins.  

          US recovery rate of those testing positive is 98.34%.

          There is some good news, to a degree: TX had a drop of 2% new cases per week, CA, FL, 1% and NY stayed level.

          It doesn’t stop there. Mortalities per week had a precipitous drop of 1065 per day from last week. This drops the US to 8th in the world of mortalities vs population.  

          The potential bad news, new case saw a 100%** increase from last week, 2015,116 versus 440,414 We 2-14-2021.Looking at the last three weeks, this is out of the margin. Perhaps reporting was slow. We see a steady decline from WE 1-1 then a dramatic drop last week to a ridiculous spike this week. Doesn’t look right. Let’s see how the next two to three weeks pan out.  

** Correction: Cases dropped 210,851 last week 38% drop. 

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