Jeff Ashers site has that for Louisiana. You can see each Parish individually or by groups.Like NYC did for the country, NOLA is overshadowing what is happening in La. The cases in NOLA got so high and have come down so much it's masking the outbreak happening in surrounding areas right now.
I'd sure love to see a US graph with NYC, NJ, Detroit and NOLA removed. Then a La graph with Nola removed. I think it would paint quite a different story.
Give a week or two to make sure that's still the case. Death's are a 7-14 day lagging indicator.Looks like deaths in Florida have been on a steady decline. The increases in cases seem to be those partying or protesting.
Jackson Hospital pulmonologist William Saliski cleared his throat as he started describing the dire situation created by the coronavirus pandemic in Montgomery to its City Council before they voted on a mandatory mask ordinance. "It's been a long day, I apologize," he said.
"The units are full with critically-ill COVID patients," Saliski said. About 90% of them are Black. He said hospitals are able to manage for now, but it's not sustainable. "This mask slows that down, 95% protection from something as easy as cloth. ... If this continues the way it's going, we will be overrun."
More doctors followed him to the microphone, describing the dead being carried out within 30 minutes of each other, and doctors being disturbed when people on the street ask them if the media is lying about the pandemic as part of a political ploy.
A Jackson Hospital pulmonologist waited hours to describe the dire situation. "Unbelievable!" he said when the ordinance was defeated.www.montgomeryadvertiser.com
Why wouldn't they require a waiver? You think the schools and NCAA should be held liable if one of the athletes get COVID-19? I'm sure the NFL and other sports will require the same waivers. Either that or they just cancel the season.
I'm gonna go ahead and read the article in case I missed something.
Read the article and my point stands. I'm not seeing a problem with the terms of the waivers as described in the article. Article states this doesn’t affect their scholarship eligibility. So, .
The hospital numbers are already starting a slow climb after a long period of steady decline. If it's lagging, then we better get ready for a big spike in hospital numbers.The hospital and ICU data is probably going to lag a little and it sure looks like the early part of a big spike.
You should get tested. Might be a bit late, but might not. Not sure what the protocol is in Louisiana. In florida, you can literally just schedule an appointment with CVS / Walgreens or various other locations.Anyone had mild symptoms and got over it? Last few days I've been tired... back has been hurting.. headaches... wife told me last night I was really warm. Took temp and it was 100. Went to bed and woke up to 98.8. Seems to be holding steady and I feel better this morning. Back isn't hurting as much, no headache, and feeling semi refreshed compared to recent days.
Anyone had mild symptoms and got over it? Last few days I've been tired... back has been hurting.. headaches... wife told me last night I was really warm. Took temp and it was 100. Went to bed and woke up to 98.8. Seems to be holding steady and I feel better this morning. Back isn't hurting as much, no headache, and feeling semi refreshed compared to recent days.