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re: COVID-19 Hot Spots - BHMKyle
With each passing day, these 8 Hot Spots continue to grow at a rapid rate while the rest of the country just isn't seeing close to the same types of numbers. These 8 Hot Spots account for 22.5% of the US Population but now account for 77.7% of all COVID-19 fatlaties in the US. Fatalities per 1...
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COVID-19 Fatalities in SEC Metros - BHMKyle
Here are the total fatalities in each SEC Metro: 68- Baton Rouge 32- Nashville 15- Columbia, SC 12- Athens 8- Lexington 7- College Station 5- Auburn 5- Knoxville 1- Oxford 1- Starkville 1- Columbia, MO 0- Fayetteville 0- Gainsville 0- Tuscaloosa ...
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re: COVID-19 Hot Spots - BHMKyle
[quote]South Carolina is faring well[/quote] South Carolina ranks 31st out of 51 US States and DC in terms of fatality rate/capita: Deaths per 1 Million People: [b]THE WORST:[/b] 282.2- New York 138.7- New Jersey 125.2- Louisiana 84.6- Michigan 77.7- Connecticut 52.9- Washingt...
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re: COVID-19 Hot Spots - BHMKyle
It's been several days since I updated this list, but still there are multiple hot spots that continue to account for the vast majority of the COVID-19 fatalities. San Jose, CA seems to have cooled off just a bit, so it has fallen off the list.... however things have heated up around the Chicago/...
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re: COVID-19 Hot Spots - BHMKyle
[quote]Not trying to bash your thread (you got alotta info, its pretty good) but Seymour is not Central Indiana[/quote] Yes, but the entire geographic area referenced as that particular hot spot stretches from Lawrence County (in the South) and up all the way to Madison County (Northern Indianapo...
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re: COVID-19 Hot Spots - BHMKyle
[quote]Mississippi is apparently going to shite as well. Haven’t checked the numbers but it’s either that or our governor is overreacting[/quote] Mississippi has 20 total fatalities which equates to 9.7 per 1 Million people.... that ranks 17th out of 51 states (including DC). Not great, but no...
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COVID-19 Hot Spots - BHMKyle
Currently it appears there are 9 major Hot Spots in the US for COVID-19. All total, these Hot Spots represent just 19.8% of the Total US Population, yet they account for 59.5% of the total COVID-19 fatalities. Each of these hot spots represent a contiguous geographic area. The criteria for a ...
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re: COVID-19 cases by SEC state 4/1/2020 - BHMKyle
Yes, but they've been pretty strict on the stay-at-home orders compared to other far worse off states. Also, at this point measuring cases just doesn't really matter. As you said, states are testing at various degrees. A better way is measuring fatalities. For instance, Vermont only has 321 ...
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re: New Orleans is Ground Zero - BHMKyle
Here is the morning update. [u][b]US Major Metros with the Most Fatalities:[/b][/u] 1. New York- 1,495 2. Detroit- 235 3. Seattle- 190 4. New Orleans- 188 5. Chicago- 103 6. Atlanta- 63 7. Los Angeles- 61 8. Boston- 52 9. Philadelphia- 50 10. Miami- 33 [u][b]US Major Metro...
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re: COVID-19 cases by SEC state 4/1/2020 - BHMKyle
Here are the current number of fatalities per 1 Million People: 51.4- Louisiana 13.1- Georgia 7.4- Mississippi 5.3- Alabama 4.3- South Carolina 4.1- Florida 3.8- Kentucky 3.5- Tennessee 2.7- Arkansas 2.3- Missouri 1.9- Texas For such a large state, and considering the fact...
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re: This thing is getting scary - BHMKyle
[quote]I do think there is some criticism that can be made about us taking it more seriously sooner. I don't really care about pushing that point though. I'm very pleased at how we have been handling it.[/quote] I agree with all of this. America's strengths are on display at this point. No ...
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re: This thing is getting scary - BHMKyle
Here is another stat about ICU beds available by country... its from a Forbes article about two weeks ago. [u][b]COUNTRIES WITH THE MOST CRITICAL CARE BEDS PER CAPITA:[/b][/u] 34.7- United States 29.2- Germany 12.5- Italy 11.6- France 10.6- South Korea 9.7- Spain 7.3- Japan 6.6- ...
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re: This thing is getting scary - BHMKyle
[quote]I clearly explained why that's the case. You do realize we have varying mortality rates of COVID19 throughout this country. To add to the facts, Western Europe(EU) has a much higher population in a smaller area[/quote] Age, smoking habits, population density, etc. all certainly play a part...
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re: This thing is getting scary - BHMKyle
[quote]Everyone in Europe will have access to healthcare because they're all covered, and they do not have to worry about being wiped out by healthcare debt, unlike many in this country.[/quote] So far in Western Europe and Scandinavia, 69.3 people out of every million have died. In the United...
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re: This thing is getting scary - BHMKyle
Here are the fatality rates by state/territory calculated by number of deaths per 1 million people: 1. New York- 62.6 2. Louisiana- 39.8 3. Washington- 26.5 4. New Jersey- 26.5 5. Vermont- 19.2 6. Michigan- 18.4 7. District of Columbia- 12.8 8. Connecticut- 10.1 9. Georgia- 8.2 ...
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re: This thing is getting scary - BHMKyle
Here are the Top 15 worst-hit countries in terms of Total Deaths per 1 Million People: 1. Italy- 191.7 2. Spain- 157.0 3. Netherlands- 50.4 4. France- 46.3 5. Belgium- 44.3 6. Switzerland- 40.2 7. Iran- 32.8 8. United Kingdom- 20.7 9. Sweden- 14.5 10. Portugal- 13.7 11. Denmar...
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re: New Orleans is Ground Zero - BHMKyle
Here are some updated numbers as of this morning: [u][b]US Major Metros with the Most Fatalities:[/b][/u] 1. New York- 1,005 2. Seattle- 174 3. New Orleans- 245 3. Detroit- 112 4. Chicago- 64 5. Atlanta- 44 6. Los Angeles- 41 7. Philadelphia- 27 8. Boston- 25 9. San Francisco...
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re: This thing is getting scary - BHMKyle
Yeah Italy had 919 fatalities just today.... the numbers from Italy continue to be mind-boggling. This is going to last months if not a full year.... there are so many other countries further behind, but evidence suggests that the outbreak is going to take off pretty much everywhere no matter the...
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re: New Orleans is Ground Zero - BHMKyle
Updated Numbers for some other metros as of this afternoon: [u][b]Total Deaths:[/b] [/u] 1. New York City- 531 2. Seattle- 133 3. New Orleans- 94 4. Detroit- 78 5. Chicago- 35 6. Atlanta- 34 7. Los Angeles- 28 8. Albany, GA- 17 9. Indianapolis- 16 10. Bridgeport, CT- 15 [u...
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New Orleans is Ground Zero - BHMKyle
There is a sad situation going on in New Orleans right now. Total fatalities in the metro area now total 94.... that's third behind New York City (496) and Seattle (118), but on a per capita basis, New Orleans is by far the hardest hit major metro in the United States. [u][b]Deaths from COVID-...
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