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Shaun176
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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - June 30, 2020 Update: 58,095 cases - 3,113 deaths - 728,511 tested
The state outside New Orleans and Baton Rouge are all having their 1st peak now. New Orleans should have progressed to phase 3. Baton Rouge is on a 2nd peak tied to tigerland, but hospitalizations are steady so it is mostly young people.

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Cosmo
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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - June 30, 2020 Update: 58,095 cases - 3,113 deaths - 728,511 tested
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Are doctors still putting people on vents often?


Try not to but if you are wearing yourself out breathing satting in 70s then you are going on vent


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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - June 30, 2020 Update: 58,095 cases - 3,113 deaths - 728,511 tested
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Over 120 hospitalizations in less than a week. I wonder what areas are seeing the heaviest increases?



Yea- not going to panic but only 1 day down in the last 11 isn’t great news


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Demshoes
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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - June 30, 2020 Update: 58,095 cases - 3,113 deaths - 728,511 tested
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4.2% positive....Phase 3 Incoming...


The sad thing is, the numbers don't matter. Feelings and perception matter. And fing Latoya feels like she gotta control your life cause you ain't listening to her! Bullies!


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G Vice
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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - June 30, 2020 Update: 58,095 cases - 3,113 deaths - 728,511 tested
I agree.....it’s stupid.

If 100 people test positive twice, they count it as 200 positives, if I understand this correctly.

Higher numbers of positive tests (vs actual cases) might work as a scare tactic, but makes the hospitalization rate and mortality rate look artificially low.


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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - June 30, 2020 Update: 58,095 cases - 3,113 deaths - 728,511 tested
So all the testing is finding a lower incidence of infection.

So much for mu spike!


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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - June 30, 2020 Update: 58,095 cases - 3,113 deaths - 728,511 tested
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If 100 people test positive twice, they count it as 200 positives, if I understand this correctly.


You understand it correctly. Some hospital systems are putting measures in place to curtail this, such as not retesting an already positive patient for a certain number of days.
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Eat Your Crow
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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - June 30, 2020 Update: 58,095 cases - 3,113 deaths - 728,511 tested
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Now, we only count a covid patient for our metric as someone in the hospital due to covid. Something tells me the state is fricking cooking that number

Doesn't anyone who comes to the hospital for covid count as a hospitalization? Even if they don't stay overnight?


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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - June 30, 2020 Update: 58,095 cases - 3,113 deaths - 728,511 tested
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I have no fricking clue where 700+ hospitalizations are coming from

Ochsner health, across all of our system, has only 55 covid patients right now....

Now, we only count a covid patient for our metric as someone in the hospital due to covid. Something tells me the state is fricking cooking that number


Say a pregnant person comes in to deliver and tests positive. Obviously that patient is getting admitted due to the birth Does that count as a COVID hospitalization?


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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - June 30, 2020 Update: 58,095 cases - 3,113 deaths - 728,511 tested
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Doesn't anyone who comes to the hospital for covid count as a hospitalization? Even if they don't stay overnight?
Maybe for the retarded LDH and JBE


But we are smart enough to not count those on our internal graphs


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Cosmo
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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - June 30, 2020 Update: 58,095 cases - 3,113 deaths - 728,511 tested
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Doesn't anyone who comes to the hospital for covid count as a hospitalization? Even if they don't stay overnight?


No, have to be admitted. But it could be a 23 hour admit for monitoring


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fightin tigers
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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - June 30, 2020 Update: 58,095 cases - 3,113 deaths - 728,511 tested
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So all the testing is finding a lower incidence of infection.



Your conclusion from the data isn't completely wrong, but you are using 30 days.

The last week has shown a shift in data. Whether that trend holds the next 30 days is yet to be known.


fightin tigers
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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - June 30, 2020 Update: 58,095 cases - 3,113 deaths - 728,511 tested
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Doesn't anyone who comes to the hospital for covid count as a hospitalization? Even if they don't stay overnight?




Even if they did the total hospitalizations wouldn't hide that.


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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - June 30, 2020 Update: 58,095 cases - 3,113 deaths - 728,511 tested
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Does that count as a COVID hospitalization?


Yes


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Bullfrog
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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - June 30, 2020 Update: 58,095 cases - 3,113 deaths - 728,511 tested
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The last week has shown a shift in data. Whether that trend holds the next 30 days is yet to be known.
I hear ya.

But today’s New Case Rate with whopping 23,874 tests released is just 4.25%.


Sasquatch Smash
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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - June 30, 2020 Update: 58,095 cases - 3,113 deaths - 728,511 tested
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Doesn't anyone who comes to the hospital for covid count as a hospitalization? Even if they don't stay overnight?


Even if they did the total hospitalizations wouldn't hide that.


It would if it's constant, daily turnover.
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Freezus22
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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - June 30, 2020 Update: 58,095 cases - 3,113 deaths - 728,511 tested
Not a single one has stated the amount of tests performed in their headlines


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tgrbaitn08
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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - June 30, 2020 Update: 58,095 cases - 3,113 deaths - 728,511 tested
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such as not retesting an already positive patient for a certain number of days.


They told my daughter she was to wait 10 days between test.

The CDC called last night and told us to not get her retested since she’s not showing any symptoms just stay home until her 14 days is up since all 15 people that she was in contact with all tested negative


Civildawg
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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - June 30, 2020 Update: 58,095 cases - 3,113 deaths - 728,511 tested
Are people just getting tested for the hell of it? If not, a 5% positive rate for people that think they have the virus is crazy low.


Cosmo
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re: Louisiana COVID-19 - June 30, 2020 Update: 58,095 cases - 3,113 deaths - 728,511 tested
How old?

Good evidence that kids under 10 are shitty vectors


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