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Sunday, November 7, 2021

COVID 19 UPDATE WE 11-7-2021


COVID 19 update 46,427,230 total cases,753,919 deaths. New cases 512,018 an increase of 3,069 from last week. Deaths 8,541, down 873 from last week. Mortalities are 1,216 day, a decrease of 1,785 per day from last week. The average death toll per day for the last 676 days is 1,115. And increase of 1 from last week. This is interesting, why doesn’t the total of deaths reported for each state match the number of total deaths in the US? It’s off by 3,579. This is not the first time it has happened.

Worldwide Ranking mortalities/population, Peru (not sure about their numbers ?) Peru .6164%, Bosnia .33550%, Brazil .2909%, Columbia .2533%. Mexico .2314%, US .2285%, Italy .2197% England .2127% Spain .1872%, France .1773% and Sweden .1462%. Top countries in mortalities, US 753K, Brazil 609K, India 460k and Mexico 289K.Top mortality countries last week, US 98,541,  Russia 8,032, India 2,305,  Brazil 1,694, Mexico 1,398,  England 1,185,and  Iran 1,047. Six states, NY, NY CT, CA, MA, WA. account for 23.166% of cases and 26% of mortalities. TX and FL respectively 17% and 18%. FL has the highest infection rate/population 17%.  TX, NJ,14%, NY, CA 13%, MA. 12% and CN 11%. Of the big four, new cases reported, NY 28,739, CA 44,019, TX 22,095 and FL 10,312. They account for 14% of the new cases reported. Survival rate is 98.38% of those infected.

          Worldwide, the US accounts for 21.156% of cases and 16.578% of mortalities. Is there a surge going on? Appears the numbers are started to level out. States that reported more than 100 deaths were 26. This is a major drop from last week by nine states Top four, TX 770, FL 684, OH 540, and CA 527.      

          Vaccination rates 40.1% Worldwide. United States 58.3%. No change in the US.  

          All of these numbers are generated from information obtained from the CDC and John Hopkins.

          As the numbers continue to bounce around, and this week was wild, the only encouraging news is that new cases appear to be on a very slow downward trend. Anyone saying otherwise, isn’t looking at the data.

          One other note, remember this time last year how the right and left,,pitted against each other clamoring about how low mortalities were in SD? This was a lame attempt of the MSM to keep dividing us. Let’s look at the lowest death rates: VT 384, AK 723, HI 947, DC 1,193 ME 1,207, WY 1,243, NH 1,579, SD 2,267 and MT 2,417.  Those are the numbers and they are undisputed!

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