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Rando
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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - 3/26/20 12PM CT Update: 2,305 Cases - 18,029 tested - 83 dead
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You don’t think it’s alarming we have roughly the same number of deaths over the same time frame


How do you not notice the qualifier in your own statement?
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georgia
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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - 3/26/20 12PM CT Update: 2,305 Cases - 18,029 tested - 83 dead
You have to account for all the people using them for other things too. Car accidents, major surgeries, etc.


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Pendulum
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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - 3/26/20 12PM CT Update: 2,305 Cases - 18,029 tested - 83 dead
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Did you see that they cleared out the homeless camp under the clearview overpass and put them in the Hilton garden? Government is paying for it for a month. Idk how that’s going to work, if they pay people to clean up after them? Seems like a boiling pot to me. I guess time will tell.


Think you mean Claiborne. Metairie don't play like that.


georgia
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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - 3/26/20 12PM CT Update: 2,305 Cases - 18,029 tested - 83 dead
good looking out.


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danilo
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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - 3/26/20 12PM CT Update: 2,305 Cases - 18,029 tested - 83 dead
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Governor said something like 800-900 total.

WWL says LA had 2,749

LINK


baldona
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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - 3/26/20 12PM CT Update: 2,305 Cases - 18,029 tested - 83 dead
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239 on ventilators.


Given this, and that guestimate 70% on vents pass away and that they are spread out on the vents from lets say 5-7 days. Then (239*.7)/5 = 33.5 a day would pass in the future.

That's completely rookie ballparking it. If over 7 days it would be 24/ day die and if 10 days it would be 17.

Doesn't seem horribly doom and gloom as the amount that recover could be much better than that.


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Pendulum
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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - 3/26/20 12PM CT Update: 2,305 Cases - 18,029 tested - 83 dead
Thank god they built UMC. Could you imagine the situation if we were still throwing people into charity?


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Number 9 Fan
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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - 3/26/20 12PM CT Update: 2,305 Cases - 18,029 tested - 83 dead
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Lombardy has been on a steady decline in cases.


Northern Italy doesn’t have more cases than Southern Italy?


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TigerDeacon
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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - 3/26/20 12PM CT Update: 2,305 Cases - 18,029 tested - 83 dead
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It’s no different than Italy where Northern Italy has a plethora of deaths.


Not looking in comparison to Italy. Looking to see how the rest of the state is faring as to what percentage of testing is positive.


MojoGuyPan
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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - 3/26/20 12PM CT Update: 2,305 Cases - 18,029 tested - 83 dead
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Lombardy has been on a steady decline in cases


Yeah but only after 7500 deaths. 7500 deaths in LA alone would be insane and the death numbers in Italy are still climbing like a moth f'er


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Number 9 Fan
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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - 3/26/20 12PM CT Update: 2,305 Cases - 18,029 tested - 83 dead
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How do you not notice the qualifier in your own statement?

Per the handwritten chart, Italy and La. have roughly the same death totals after 14 days of their respective outbreaks. Italy has 14 times the population La. has and you don’t think this is a cause for concern? Why not?


Number 9 Fan
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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - 3/26/20 12PM CT Update: 2,305 Cases - 18,029 tested - 83 dead
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Not looking in comparison to Italy. Looking to see how the rest of the state is faring as to what percentage of testing is positive.


No doubt South La. and especially Orleans is leading the way.


Weekend Warrior79
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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - 3/26/20 12PM CT Update: 2,305 Cases - 18,029 tested - 83 dead
Can someone explain some of these numbers:

Tests completed: 2,254
Commercial Test Completed: 15,775

Are these numbers indicating that LA has completed over 18k tests so far.

Cases Reported: 2305
Deaths: 83
Would we subtract these from the total cases and determined 15.6k were negative or recovered

Cases in Hospitals: 676
On Vents: 239

Is hospital reported as Serious & on vents Critical


More beer please
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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - 3/26/20 12PM CT Update: 2,305 Cases - 18,029 tested - 83 dead
Because it’s a handwritten chart on the internet...


Number 9 Fan
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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - 3/26/20 12PM CT Update: 2,305 Cases - 18,029 tested - 83 dead
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- 83 dead by More beer please
Because it’s a handwritten chart on the internet...


Post a better one.


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tigerskin
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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - 3/26/20 12PM CT Update: 2,305 Cases - 18,029 tested - 83 dead
That is such a pitiful number for state tests completed as compared to way more done by commercial labs. Another reason not to allow the government to be in complete control of healthcare.


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tigerskin
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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - 3/26/20 12PM CT Update: 2,305 Cases - 18,029 tested - 83 dead
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Can someone explain some of these numbers:

Tests completed: 2,254
Commercial Test Completed: 15,775

Are these numbers indicating that LA has completed over 18k tests so far.


Yes, the 2,254 is the number of tests done by the State Lab. 15,775 done by Quest, Lab Corp, etc


Statestreet
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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - 3/26/20 12PM CT Update: 2,305 Cases - 18,029 tested - 83 dead


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MiloDanglers
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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - 3/26/20 12PM CT Update: 2,305 Cases - 18,029 tested - 83 dead
FYI

With respect to how the numbers will look in the coming days/weeks:

I know someone personally that was tested yesterday, who has been exhibiting symptoms for about a week, that was told it would be 5-7 days before the test results would be communicated.

So, I think its safe to assume that people that contracted the disease 10 days ago, will not show in the positive test numbers for another 7 days. I don’t suspect we’ll see numbers dropping anytime soon, even if actual contraction of the disease is shrinking.
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TigersSEC2010
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Member since Jan 2010
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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - 3/26/20 12PM CT Update: 2,305 Cases - 18,029 tested - 83 dead
I added a chart to the OP detailing the numbers from the beginning. It probably has some errors, but overall it should be fairly accurate.


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