CORONAVIRUS INFO PROVIDED BY DR. JIM HARRIS – 11/02/2020
Judge Sims reports 9 new Covid cases in Harrison County today, Monday. Gregg County reports 4 confirmed cases, 17 probably for a total of 21 cases. Smith County reports 101 total cases –49 confirmed, 52 probable—and it’s not cold yet. Wear your masks.
Age Distribution of Smith County Cases:
J. Harris: Notice that most of the above cases are >10 and < 70 years of age. Of course, most, but not all, of these younger people will survive, and most, but not all, won’t have lingering or perpetual residual of their little old insignificant virus. I guess the dead and the buggered up victims just weren’t tough enough?
ACTIVE COVID CASES /1000 POPULATION FROM TEXAS TRIBUNE
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(J. Harris: The Texas Tribune continues to have EXCELLENT stats, charts, and stories and is FREE. You can keep up with Covid in Texas with this one source alone—https://www.texastribune.org/)
From Johns Hopkins:
EPI UPDATE The WHO COVID-19 Dashboard reports 46.17 million cases and 1.19 million deaths as of 08:40 am EST on October 26. The WHO reported a new record high for global weekly incidence for the sixth consecutive week. The global weekly total reached 3.33 million cases—an increase of more than 17% over the previous week, continuing a trend of rapid increase. The WHO reported 223,280 new cases on Monday.
Total Daily Incidence (change in average incidence; change in rank, if applicable)
USA: 81,599 new cases per day (+12,804)
India: 45,622 (-5,761)
France: 39,344 (+4,848)
Italy: 26,222 (+10,287; ↑3)
United Kingdom: 23,016 (+1,389)
Brazil: 21,654 (-1,030; ↓2)
Spain: 19,935 (+2,239; ↑1)
Poland: 18,030 (+6,898; new)
Russia: 17,558 (+1,194; ↓3)
Germany: 15,309 (+5,085; new)
This is my favorite joke so far. JH