The graph you just posted showed a surge and a last update on July 5th.
Springfield is 92% white....so much for the notion that the Grift Crew is on board with Medicine.OdeToJoy » 18 Jul 2021, 8:38 pm » wrote: ↑https://www.douglascountyherald.com/202 ... a-variant/
Missouri continues to be one of the top states adding the most new COVID cases per capita, and was only second to Arkansas as of Thursday morning, according to a The New York Times analysis of states’ data.
On Wednesday, the state added 1,663 cases identified through both PCR and antigen tests — the highest daily count since Feb. 5. Hospitalizations statewide were up more than 40 percent in June, and at 994 as of Sunday.
Health officials believe the rapid rise in new cases has been driven largely by the Delta variant’s spread coupled with low vaccination rates. First detected in rural corners of the state, the variant that was first reported in India has now firmly taken hold in Missouri and has been found in wastewater in the state’s largest metros.
Experts predict that with its rise, cases could double or triple in the next few weeks.
It’s also contributed to a rapid deterioration of the state’s healthcare infrastructure that is reminiscent of the worst peaks Missouri saw last fall.Hospital leaders in southwest Missouri issued urgent pleas on social media asking for respiratory therapists and traveling nurses to help come to their aid.
“Springfield, Mo is struggling with surging Covid volumes. Cox has plenty of ventilators, PPE, but our heroic RT staff need re-enforcements,” CoxHealth President and CEO Steve Edwards wrote Tuesday, later adding: “We would be so grateful.”By Thursday over 40 had reached out in response, he tweeted.
With 116 COVID-positive patients on July 4, it was another “new day, new record,” for Mercy Springfield Communities. Just two days later they would surpass it and reach 122.
You're also hysterical.Independent » 18 Jul 2021, 9:47 pm » wrote: ↑
I’m totally fine if you state a different opinion.
But if I post a data source and someone blatantly lies to everyone about it. And implies I’m the one lying.
That’s so beyond the pale.
Ode to joy should be blacklisted from this site.
If the government and its media didn’t constantly tell you about the “deadly global pandemic” would you even notice it?Pengwin » 18 Jul 2021, 5:09 pm » wrote: ↑
Society has the right to say that, night and day, until you give in and - do the right Goddamned thing for yourself and the rest of us!
Uh no.OdeToJoy » 18 Jul 2021, 10:19 pm » wrote: ↑
Also, the graph that showed total deaths that was updated on July 18th, showed an INCREASE in the death rate between March 21st and July 18th.
The other graph showed a big increase in total cases between March 4th and July 18th.
All the other graphs have not been updated since July 5th.
I, also, looked at the graph for daily new cases for July 14th and it showed a HIGHER rate of cases than the articles. Worldometer showed 2,344 new cases on July 14. My articles were stating about 1,600+.
Missouri does their Covid death reports on a weekly basis. Also, when cases surge; deaths follow afterward.Independent » 19 Jul 2021, 1:15 am » wrote: ↑
The graph I screenshot was “daily new cases”, not deaths. They peaked on July 16. The fact they are higher than your numbers should both give you some comfort in its accuracy and help bolster my point in the OP.
Because if you scroll down and look at daily deaths , you will see deaths pretty much fllatlining during this surge. With the last death (1 person} on July 15.
All charts update daily and are updated through July 18th. I can’t understand what you are talking about with that.
I think your best face saving move at this point is to claim you had trouble reading it and move on.
otherwise, this is just embarrassing.
Wow! Panic porn really rocks you doesn’t it.OdeToJoy » 19 Jul 2021, 2:18 am » wrote: ↑
Missouri, also, does not issue status reports on the WEEKEND. They didn't flat line over the WEEKEND, they will just be updated on Monday or Tuesday.
All of the sources in Missouri have stated that there is a massive surge in people in their ICU's. The deaths follow several weeks later.
All sources in Missouri have stated that their ICU's are packed to the brim with Covid patients. According to you, every healthcare professional in Missouri has gathered together to create a fake pandemic just as a silly joke.
https://abc17news.com/news/2021/07/18/s ... onsistent/
Missouri Department of Health and Human Services Covid-19 Numbers
The state dashboard says new cases are up by 31.4% over the past seven days. The positivity rate has jumped 1.1 percentage points in that same time, while tests are up 20.4%.
In the state's healthcare system, 1,440 people are dealing with COVID-19 infections. Of those, 438 are in the ICU and 209 are on ventilators.
https://www.msn.com/en-us/health/medica ... uxbndlbing
Missouri is among a growing list of states that have seen rising infections, with new cases increasing 64% over the last two weeks, from 796 to 1,304, with a total of 9,100 cases per week, according data from the Department of Health and Human Services.
Missouri, Arkansas, Florida, Louisiana and Nevada lead the nation with the highest weekly case rates per capita, which translates into more than 100 infections per 100,000 residents. New COVID-19 hospital admissions also rose 40% over the same two-week span.
Joe Biden is your president...he takes the virus seriously.Independent » 18 Jul 2021, 3:58 pm » wrote: ↑
So where the heck are these anecdotal MSM stories coming from that scare the bejesus out of the snowflakes?
The virus is real. Look at what's going on in Australia. It's winter there. The virus likes cold weather.
I’m looking at what’s going on where it concerns me. I’m not planning on going to Australia.
I got this from my second home today.# We are all witnessing a global unprecedented development as a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic.Fear has spread around the globe due to the great number of people who tested positive and the number of deaths recorded as being COVID-19 related.
Whatever the size of the covid spike in Missouri, or any other **** red state, or **** up rustbelt red state, or any **** backwater red US House district where men are men and sheep are nervous...
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