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Websites Are Available To Help Track COVID-19
Here you will find links to a variety of websites where you can track COVID-19 with easy to understand information and graphs. These links will take you to the Center of Disease Control, Johns Hopkins University and other organizations tracking COVID-19 from different perspectives.
Tracking by USA States
This link takes you to the page that tracks deaths per 100,000 people, but if you look at the area of the page that shows View, Time Period and Metric, you can click on cases, deaths, tests performed, percent positive, and level of community transmission and then list the time period and have it give a count or a rate per 100,000. It is a useful page. The link I am providing is set up for tracking deaths per 100,000 in the last 7 days.
Current Mortality In the USA - Estimate By CDC
Here you can find data that is infrequently updated for the current mortality rate from COVID-19. It is about 70% of the way down on the page. Search for Parameter Values that vary among the five COVID-19 Pandemic Planning Scenarios.
Mortality in the Most Affected Countries
This tracks the top twenty countries in relation to COVID-19 deaths per 100,000 cases or per 1000,000 population. This is from the Johns Hopkins University & Medicine. https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/data/mortality
United States COVID-19 Cases and Deaths by State
This is a CDC website that looks at the total cases and separates out the new cases as well as gives the cases in the last 7 days and the total deaths as well as the new deaths. There is a chart you can click on that shows the number of cases peaked around Jan 7th and started plummeting after that. Still going down as of February 10th, 2021 when this was written. According to Reuters analysis of state and county reports new cases of the virus have fallen for four weeks in a row to the lowest level since early November. Looks like things were going well even without the vaccines.
Weekly Updates by Select Demographic and Geographic Characteristics
This will give you the deaths involving coronavirus, pneumonia and influenza as reported by the National Center of Health Statistics.
Here you can find where the virus is rising and falling, daily reported cases in the USA on a graph, graphs of weekly reported cases per 100,000 population by state, what states had the biggest increases, daily reported deaths graphed, and a whole bunch more data. Quite useful, especially if you like the visual graphs.
COVID-19 County View
If you want to find out how your county is doing, the CDC tracks county COVID-19 data here. You will see the 7 day averages for cases and deaths graphed for the last year as well as percent positivity, testing volume and percent ICU beds used.
Vaccine Reactions From Different Vaccine Brands
Here you will find directions on how to look up vaccine reactions, including the number of deaths in the USA from the various experimental brands currently being used.
OSHA says surgical masks don't protect against viruses.
Cloth masks in a hospital study published in the BMJ in 2015 found " The rates of all infection outcomes were highest in the cloth mask arm compared with the medical mask arm." They said, "Penetration of cloth masks by particles was almost 97% and medical masks 44%. "
Forbes Bankruptcy Tracker
These are only larger companies that have been bankrupted due to either the enforced shutdown or decreased business or both. This does not even come close to showing the true carnage which is in the small businesses.
Additional articles on this virus and COVID-19.
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