Posted by
Message
AncientTiger
LSU Fan
Mississippi- Louisiana - Destin
Member since Sep 2016
1380 posts

Italy’s death toll climbs 627 in last 24hrs
Vicenza, Italy – COVID-19 live updates
Date: Mar 20, 2020 – 06:37 p.m.

Coronavirus: Deaths in Italy up 627 in one day

Emergency Commissioner and Civil Protection Chief Angelo Borrelli said Friday that 4,032 people have died with the coronavirus in Italy, up 627 on Thursday.

It is the highest daily rise in the number of victims anywhere in the world, including China, since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. The previous high was 475, registered in Italy on Wednesday.

Thursday's rise had been 427. Borrelli said 37,860 people are currently infected with the coronavirus in Italy, 4,670 more than Thursday. The rise in contagions on Thursday with respect to Wednesday was 4,480. He said 5,129 people in Italy have recovered from the coronavirus, 689 more than Thursday. The daily gain on Thursday was 415. The overall tally of people to have contracted the coronavirus in Italy, including victims and those who have recovered, is now 47,021.

For more Information visit: LINK ?


HailHailtoMichigan!
US Space Force Fan
Mission Viejo, CA
Member since Mar 2012
65316 posts
 Online 

re: Italy’s death toll climbs 627 in last 24hrs
The fact that italy’s Lockdown isn’t working at all is making me extremely nervous

Not only is it not working, it’s getting worse

How the frick is this possible?

Italy has been on lockdown for ELEVEN DAYS.

That’s more than enough time to see dy/dx decrease
This post was edited on 3/20 at 1:47 pm


tigerinthebueche
LSU Fan
Erwinville, LA.
Member since Oct 2010
27646 posts

re: Italy’s death toll climbs 627 in last 24hrs
bet they are regretting the "hug a Chinese person" campaign for all the Chinese foreign workers they brought into their country.


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
476
PeteRose
LSU Fan
Hall of Fame
Member since Aug 2014
12538 posts

re: Italy’s death toll climbs 627 in last 24hrs
But the flu....


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
189
HempHead
Alabama Fan
Appalachia
Member since Mar 2011
52796 posts
 Online 

re: Italy’s death toll climbs 627 in last 24hrs
quote:

Italy has been on lockdown for ELEVEN DAYS.



How well enforced is it?


SEClint
New Orleans Saints Fan
New Orleans, LA/Portland, OR
Member since Nov 2006
39357 posts

re: Italy’s death toll climbs 627 in last 24hrs
quote:

The fact that italy’s Lockdown isn’t working at all is making me extremely nervous


Other countries are doing better. maybe italian people are more susceptible to it?



Replies (0)
Replies (0)
80
Sao
SMU Fan
East Texas Piney Woods
Member since Jun 2009
48912 posts

re: Italy’s death toll climbs 627 in last 24hrs
There was a story last night about a Ft. Worth retirement home who has had a recent death from C-19. Gov. Abbott assured all residents they would be tested... yesterday, Tarrant County DoH said they have no plans to test the facility at all. However, the facility is on lockdown. People have no answers. "wait and watch" is how Tarrant County is handling it.

LINK

I'm thinking numbers aren't what some in power actually want. Almost seems like we have to suppress numbers to make sure we're not "in the lead..." on the tote board. Something seems off. Testing in the USA is incredibly low all things considered.


CaptainPanic
South Alabama Fan
18.44311,-64.764021
Member since Sep 2011
25315 posts

re: Italy’s death toll climbs 627 in last 24hrs
It is because they are old!!!


hurrrrrrrrrrrr


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
410
RB10
LSU Fan
Member since Nov 2010
36997 posts

re: Italy’s death toll climbs 627 in last 24hrs
Italy’s socialized healthcare is the problem.


bigpapamac
South Alabama Fan
Mobile, AL
Member since Oct 2007
21620 posts

re: Italy’s death toll climbs 627 in last 24hrs
quote:

How well enforced is it?


Funerals and weddings are currently banned there.

Their healthcare system is overrun, which is what we are trying to avoid here.
This post was edited on 3/20 at 1:54 pm


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
141
tigerclaws15
LSU Fan
Shreveport, LA
Member since Jan 2007
3346 posts

re: Italy’s death toll climbs 627 in last 24hrs
quote:

Italy has been on lockdown for ELEVEN DAYS.



not really. After day 14 is when we should truely see the difference.


LSUBanker
LSU Fan
Member since Sep 2003
2237 posts
 Online 

re: Italy’s death toll climbs 627 in last 24hrs
quote:

Italy has been on lockdown for ELEVEN DAYS.


Large families that cluster in groups in small confined places in a small geographic areas


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
121
TotesMcGotes
Virginia Fan
New York, New York
Member since Mar 2009
25851 posts

re: Italy’s death toll climbs 627 in last 24hrs
quote:

The fact that italy’s Lockdown isn’t working at all is making me extremely nervous

You’re assuming that the spread wouldn’t have been worse without the shutdown.


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
200
J Murdah
LSU Fan
Member since Jun 2008
37795 posts

re: Italy’s death toll climbs 627 in last 24hrs
Italy has one of the worst aging populations in the world, bummer for them. I am surprised Japan isn't doing just as bad, but Japanese people seems to be immortal.


rocket31
Toledo Fan
Member since Jan 2008
37409 posts
 Online 

re: Italy’s death toll climbs 627 in last 24hrs
they just ordered the military to enforce lockdown


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
20
bigpapamac
South Alabama Fan
Mobile, AL
Member since Oct 2007
21620 posts

re: Italy’s death toll climbs 627 in last 24hrs
quote:

Italy has one of the worst aging populations in the world


I mean their death rate is staggering and it really sucks, I’m more taken aback at how many new cases they are getting on a daily basis though.


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
20
Volvagia
LSU Fan
Fort Worth
Member since Mar 2006
49802 posts

re: Italy’s death toll climbs 627 in last 24hrs
quote:

Italy has been on lockdown for ELEVEN DAYS.


Lockdown only helps limit, not stop, new cases.


Doesn’t stop the already infected from dying.


OldManRiver
LSU Fan
Prairieville, LA
Member since Jan 2005
5864 posts
 Online 

re: Italy’s death toll climbs 627 in last 24hrs
Just adding a little context here

Image: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/ETkdqpTWsAEo79e?format=png&name=small


Take away from the chart is Lombardy has 65+% of all deaths, and just under 50% of all cases

We all keep saying "Italy is a disaster", but that one region is basically been overrun. It's what's probably going to look like in the USA if/when NY or LA go full bloom, because of the size of those areas the overall numbers look horrific but it's not evenly distributed across the country

Lombardy has 22000 cases in a population of 10 million, Emilia-Romagna has 6000 in a population of 5 million. And there are reports that in Lombardy, they have given up testing because it's so bad, so the numbers might actually be LOWER than what is reported



jcaz
US Space Force Fan
Laffy
Member since Aug 2014
8349 posts

re: Italy’s death toll climbs 627 in last 24hrs
quote:

I'm thinking numbers aren't what some in power actually want. Almost seems like we have to suppress numbers to make sure we're not "in the lead..." on the tote board. Something seems off. Testing in the USA is incredibly low all things considered.


More testing would reveal that this thing has already spread like wildfire. It would also reveal the mortality rate isn't all that bad at all.


MojoGuyPan
UCF Fan
Intercession City, Florida
Member since Jun 2018
2455 posts

re: Italy’s death toll climbs 627 in last 24hrs
quote:

Italy has one of the worst aging populations in the world,


And yet the Chinese have some of the oldest people on the face of the planet and stopped their coronav deaths over night.

115 years young
Image: https://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/audio/video/2013/7/21/1374404777634/Fu-Suqing-115-year-old-wo-016.jpg

Largest population of supercentenarians on the planet is in China. Italy is not even close.


first pageprev pagePage 1 of 3next pagelast page

Back to top

logoFollow TigerDroppings for LSU Football News
Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to get the latest updates on LSU Football and Recruiting.

FacebookTwitterInstagram