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Mrtommorrow1987
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/29/20 6:20 PM
There really is upticks in certain spots of the country but others is really down. Numbers have been extremely low in New Orleans area since May. The Govenirs should not keep the entire state in phases when parts of states have reached herd immunity levels IMo


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SmithsAuFan
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/29/20 6:20 PM
Its that and Labor Day spike.


Chromdome35
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/29/20 6:20 PM
This is the link to the COVID-19 tracker that I have created and shared on Google Drive.
If you want to view the shared sheet, follow this link COVID-19 Tracker
If you want to download a copy of this sheet and manipulate it follow this link Downloadable COVID-19 Tracker
The source for the data is from https://covidtracking.com/data/
















7 Day Average Growth of New Cases by State


7 Day Average Growth of Deaths by State


7-day average Positivity Rate


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Mrtommorrow1987
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/29/20 6:20 PM
They tested 950k people today. We have been testing like 600k


AUMIS01
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/29/20 6:20 PM
Texas. Texas alone reported ~100k tests today. They've single handedly screwed with the testing numbers this week. It's been the week of data frickery, no doubt. Side note: Their positivity on those 100k tests was <4%.


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David_DJS
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/29/20 6:20 PM
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Its that and Labor Day spike.

It’s data frickery.

Wrap your heads around the fact that this is all strategized and planned. States have an inventory of deaths they can retroactively label “COVID” sufficient to keep the daily death toll at about 1,000 up to the election. You can find this frickery in the data.

They’re changing how they count testing to keep new case counts robust. Here in AZ, last week we added over 2,000 positive cases that actually date back several weeks with a slight change to methodology.

This shitshow has been political since about Day 2, and they’re not even trying to mask that anymore.



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Chromdome35
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/29/20 6:20 PM
This is the link to the COVID-19 tracker that I have created and shared on Google Drive.
If you want to view the shared sheet, follow this link COVID-19 Tracker
If you want to download a copy of this sheet and manipulate it follow this link Downloadable COVID-19 Tracker
The source for the data is from https://covidtracking.com/data/
















7 Day Average Growth of New Cases by State


7 Day Average Growth of Deaths by State


7-day average Positivity Rate


AUMIS01
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/29/20 6:20 PM
What sort of sorcery is going on with the testing number right now? Over 2 million in the last two days.


the808bass
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/29/20 6:20 PM
CDC changed their recommendations back to testing asymptomatic.


bbap
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/29/20 6:20 PM
Over 1M tests and only 4.2% positive.

Yeah that many tests were really necessary.


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gthog61
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/29/20 6:20 PM
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CDC changed their recommendations back to testing asymptomatic.





Ginsberg's dead, covid is over.


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AUMIS01
Auburn Fan
Atlanta
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/29/20 6:20 PM
Maybe, but I'm not sure that alone would drive >50% more people to be tested over the last two days than what we had been seeing over the last few weeks. Large testing locations nationwide are being closed, not opened. And with the percent positive plummeting in those two days, seems we're running a lot of silly tests.

I would have bought this level of surge three or four weeks ago when colleges started testing everyone under the sun. Just seems...weird. Like the states that are driving the increase have suddenly located a bunch of negative tests and said "oh yeah, forgot about these."


the808bass
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/29/20 6:20 PM
Actually, it’s CMS requirements.

If you work in a nursing home or you’re a vendor operating there, 1/wk testing started this week.

I should’ve thought of that already.


Chromdome35
Arkansas Fan
NW Arkansas
Member since Nov 2010
1886 posts
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/29/20 6:20 PM
This is the link to the COVID-19 tracker that I have created and shared on Google Drive.
If you want to view the shared sheet, follow this link COVID-19 Tracker
If you want to download a copy of this sheet and manipulate it follow this link Downloadable COVID-19 Tracker
The source for the data is from https://covidtracking.com/data/
















7 Day Average Growth of New Cases by State


7 Day Average Growth of Deaths by State


7-day average Positivity Rate


Athanatos
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Baton Rouge
Member since Sep 2010
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/29/20 6:20 PM
What is up with MS’s positivity rate? It’s been astronomical for a while.


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Mrtommorrow1987
LSU Fan
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Member since Feb 2008
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/29/20 6:20 PM
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Actually, it’s CMS requirements. If you work in a nursing home or you’re a vendor operating there, 1/wk testing started this week. I should’ve thought of that already.


Yeah the employees working are tested every Thursday that work in SNF, REhab, Ltach, and Nursing homes.


Athanatos
Vanderbilt Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Sep 2010
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re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/29/20 6:20 PM
Shaping up to be a very low Monday if things hold


AUMIS01
Auburn Fan
Atlanta
Member since May 2020
332 posts

re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/29/20 6:20 PM
Looks like it, but two of the Big 4 (Texas and Cali) are still on deck to report, and don't discount additional frickery that has been ultra common lately. Georgia reported another decent day to help keep the numbers low. Unfortunately our hospitalizations are rangebound now.

Good news is we cycle out last Monday's artificially high positivity percentage today. 7 day positivity should be well below 5% again.


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Chromdome35
Arkansas Fan
NW Arkansas
Member since Nov 2010
1886 posts
 Online 

re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/29/20 6:20 PM
This is the link to the COVID-19 tracker that I have created and shared on Google Drive.
If you want to view the shared sheet, follow this link COVID-19 Tracker
If you want to download a copy of this sheet and manipulate it follow this link Downloadable COVID-19 Tracker
The source for the data is from https://covidtracking.com/data/
















7 Day Average Growth of New Cases by State


7 Day Average Growth of Deaths by State


7-day average Positivity Rate


Chromdome35
Arkansas Fan
NW Arkansas
Member since Nov 2010
1886 posts
 Online 

re: Daily COVID Updated as of 10/29/20 6:20 PM


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