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Florida Deaths - 11/30/20

Florida reported 97 COVID deaths today. Changes were reported on 42 different days, going back to August 15.

Changes by month: August (+13), September (+10), November (+74)

#RationalGround

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Yesterday's deaths (as best we could find them - read bottom of the chart for more details):

Median age: 78
Minimum age: 36
Maximum age: 104
82% are 65 or older

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Additions by date:

11/29 - 3
11/28 - 6
11/27 - 2
11/26 - 2
11/25 - 3
11/24 - 5
11/23 - 4
11/22 - 3
11/21 - 1
11/20 - 5
11/19 - 3
11/18 - 4
11/17 - 5
11/16 - 2
11/15 - 3
11/14 - 2
11/13 - 4
11/12 - 3
11/11 - 2
11/10 - 1
11/9 - 3
11/8 - 1
11/6 - 2
11/5 - 2
11/4 - 1
(cont.)

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Are epidemic curves more influence by Non-Pharmaceutical Interventions, or Climate? Let's compare.

I have taken the % Positive curves for each state (from HHS data) and grouped each according to NOAA US Climate Regions.

Let's start with the Northeast :
Ohio Valley
Southeast
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Florida Deaths - 11/29/20

Florida reported a net of 58 COVID deaths today. Changes were reported on 39 different days, going back to August 8.

Changes by month: August (+10), September (+16), October (+2), November (+31-1)

#RationalGround

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Yesterday's deaths (as best we could find them - read bottom of the chart for more details):

Median age: 77
Minimum age: 30
Maximum age: 102
80% are 65 or older

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Additions and deletions by date:

11/29 - 1
11/28 - 1
11/26 - 4
11/24 - 2
11/23 - 2
11/21 - 2
11/20 - 3
11/18 - 2
11/17 - 1
11/16 - 1
11/15 - removed 1
11/14 - 2
11/10 - 1
11/8 - 1
11/7 - 1
11/5 - 1
11/4 - 4
11/1 - 2
10/31 - 1
10/30 - 1
9/30 - 3
9/29 - 1
9/25 - 1
(cont.)

3/6
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Florida Deaths - 11/28/20

Florida reported a net of 79 COVID deaths today. Changes were reported on 44 different days, going back to August 7.

Changes by month: August (+12), September (+13), October (+6), November (+49-1)

#RationalGround

1/7
Yesterday's deaths (as best we could find them - read bottom of the chart for more details):

Median age: 77
Minimum age: 27
Maximum age: 100
82% are 65 or older

2/7
Additions and deletions by date:

11/27 - 2
11/26 - 4
11/25 - 2
11/24 - 1
11/23 - 2
11/22 - 3
11/21 - 4
11/20 - 4
11/19 - 4
11/18 - 3
11/17 - 4
11/16 - 1
11/15 - 4
11/13 - 1
11/12 - 2
11/9 - 1
11/8 - removed 1
11/7 - 2
11/6 - 1
11/5 - 1
11/4 - 1
11/2 - 1
11/1 - 1
(cont.)

3/7
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Florida Deaths - 11/27/20

Florida reported a net of 109 COVID deaths today. Changes were reported on 53 different days, going back to August 3.

Changes by month: August (+16), September (+28), October (+12), November (+57-4)

#RationalGround

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The "net" is the difference between today's total deaths and yesterday's total deaths, but each day's total is also the sum of additions and removals on that date.

For example, if 2 new deaths are reported on a date, that could be because 3 were added and 1 was removed

2/8
Peaks are 7/30-31 (234) & 8/4 (237); the 7-day moving average peak is 8/5 (226).

The plateau at the peak between 7/25 and 8/7 has been stable since August 27.

Here's the full chart for context:

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Florida Deaths - 11/25/20

Florida reported a net of 97 COVID deaths today. Changes were reported on 39 different days, going back to July 3.

Changes by month: July (-1), August (+4), September (+15), October (+8), November (+71)

#RationalGround

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The "net" is the difference between today's total deaths and yesterday's total deaths, but each day's total is also the sum of additions and removals on that date.

For example, if 2 new deaths are reported on a date, that could be because 3 were added and 1 was removed

2/8
Peaks are 7/30-31 (234) & 8/4 (237); the 7-day moving average peak is 8/5 (226).

The plateau at the peak between 7/25 and 8/7 has been stable since August 27.

Here's the full chart for context:

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Florida Deaths - 11/24/20

Florida reported a net of 72 COVID deaths today. Changes were reported on 30 different days, going back to April 27.

Changes by month: April (+1), May (+1), July (+2), August (+1), September (+2), October (+6-1), November (+61-1)

#RationalGround
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The "net" is the difference between today's total deaths and yesterday's total deaths, but each day's total is also the sum of additions and removals on that date.

For example, if 2 new deaths are reported on a date, that could be because 3 were added and 1 was removed

2/7
Peaks are 7/30 (235) & 8/4 (237); the 7-day moving average peak is 8/5 (226).

The plateau at the peak between 7/25 and 8/7 has been stable since August 27.

Here's the full chart for context:

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Florida Deaths - 11/23/20

Florida reported 94 COVID deaths today. Changes were reported on 46 different days, going back to July 13.

Changes by month: July (+2), August (+5), September (+14), October (+9), November (+64)

#RationalGround

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Peaks are 7/30 (235) & 8/4 (237); the 7-day moving average peak is 8/5 (226).

The plateau at the peak between 7/25 and 8/7 has been stable since August 27.

Here's the full chart for context:

2/7
Yesterday's deaths (as best we could find them - read bottom of the chart for more details):

Median age: 82
Minimum age: 29
Maximum age: 102
84% are 65 or older

3/7
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Florida Deaths - 11/22/20

Florida reported 61 COVID deaths today. Changes were reported on 44 different days, going back to July 28.

Changes by month: July (+1), August (+10), September (+18), October (+8), November (+24)

#RationalGround

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Peaks are 7/30 (235) & 8/4 (237); the 7-day moving average peak is 8/5 (225).

The plateau at the peak between 7/25 and 8/7 has been stable since August 27.

Here's the full chart for context:

2/7
Yesterday's deaths (as best we could find them - read bottom of the chart for more details):

Median age: 78
Minimum age: 41
Maximum age: 100
83% are 65 or older

3/7
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Florida Deaths - 11/21/20

Florida reported a net of 41 COVID deaths today. Changes were reported on 33 different days, going back to July 28.

Changes by month: July (+2), August (+1), September (+3-2), October (+7-3), November (+34-1)

#RationalGround

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The "net" is the difference between today's total deaths and yesterday's total deaths, but each day's total is also the sum of additions and removals on that date.

For example, if 2 new deaths are reported on a date, that could be because 3 were added and 1 was removed

2/7
Peaks are 7/30 (235) & 8/4 (237); the 7-day moving average peak is 8/5 (225).

The plateau at the peak between 7/25 and 8/7 has been stable since August 27.

Here's the full chart for context:

3/7
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Florida Deaths - 11/20/20

Florida reported 79 COVID deaths today. Changes were reported on 23 different days, going back to August 14.

Changes by month: August (+1), September (+2), October (+3), November (+73)

#RationalGround

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Peaks are 7/30 (235) & 8/4 (237); the 7-day moving average peak is 8/5 (225).

The plateau at the peak between 7/25 and 8/7 has been stable since August 27.

Here's the full chart for context:

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Yesterday's deaths (as best we could find them - read bottom of the chart for more details):

Median age: 80
Minimum age: 44
Maximum age: 99
95% are 65 or older

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Florida Deaths - 11/19/20

Florida reported a net of 79 COVID deaths today. Changes were reported on 34 different days, going back to July 12.

Changes by month: July (+2), August (+4), September (+9), October (+9-2), November (+58-1)

#RationalGround

1/7
The "net" is the difference between today's total deaths and yesterday's total deaths, but each day's total is also the sum of additions and removals on that date.

For example, if 2 new deaths are reported on a date, that could be because 3 were added and 1 was removed

2/7
Peaks are 7/30 (235) & 8/4 (237); the 7-day moving average peak is 8/5 (225).

The plateau at the peak between 7/25 and 8/7 has been stable since August 27.

Here's the full chart for context:

3/7
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Florida Deaths - 11/18/20

Florida reported a net of 87 COVID deaths today. Changes were reported on 45 different days, going back to July 25.

Changes by month: July (+2), August (+11-1), September (+6), October (+16), November (+53)

#RationalGround

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The "net" is the difference between today's total deaths and yesterday's total deaths, but each day's total is also the sum of additions and removals on that date.

For example, if 2 new deaths are reported on a date, that could be because 3 were added and 1 was removed

2/8
Peaks are 7/30 (235) & 8/4 (237); the 7-day moving average peak is 8/5 (225).

The plateau at the peak between 7/25 and 8/7 has been stable since August 27.

Here's the full chart for context:

3/8
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Florida Deaths - 11/17/20

Florida reported 85 COVID deaths today. Changes were reported on 24 different days, going back to July 20.

Changes by month: July (+1), October (+10), November (+74)

#RationalGround

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This chart shows more detail for recent weeks:

2/8
Peaks are 7/30 (235) & 8/4 (237); the 7-day moving average peak is 8/5 (225).

The plateau at the peak between 7/25 and 8/7 has been stable since August 27.

Here's the full chart for context:

3/8
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Florida Deaths - 11/16/20

Florida reported 41 COVID deaths today. Changes were reported on 19 different days, going back to October 16.

Changes by month: October (+24), November (+17)

#RationalGround

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This chart shows more detail for recent weeks:

2/8
Peaks are 7/30 (235) & 8/4 (237); the 7-day moving average peak is 8/5 (225).

The plateau at the peak between 7/25 and 8/7 has been stable since August 27.

Here's the full chart for context:

3/8
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Florida Deaths - 11/15/20

Florida reported a net of 29 COVID deaths today. Changes were reported on 22 different days, going back to August 15.

Changes by month: August (-1), September (-1), October (+17-1), November (+15)

#RationalGround

1/8
The "net" is the difference between today's total deaths and yesterday's total deaths, but each day's total is also the sum of additions and removals on that date.

For example, if 2 new deaths are reported on a date, that could be because 3 were added and 1 was removed

2/8
Peaks are 7/30 (235) & 8/4 (237); the 7-day moving average peak is 8/5 (225).

The plateau at the peak between 7/25 and 8/7 has been stable since August 27.

Here's the full chart for context:

3/8
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Florida Deaths - 11/14/20

Florida reported a net of 44 COVID deaths today. Changes were reported on 27 different days, going back to July 25.

Changes by month: July (+1-1), August (+1-1), October (+14), November (+32-2)

#RationalGround

1/7
The "net" is the difference between today's total deaths and yesterday's total deaths, but each day's total is also the sum of additions and removals on that date.

For example, if 2 new deaths are reported on a date, that could be because 3 were added and 1 was removed

2/7
Peaks are 7/30 (235) & 8/4 (237); the 7-day moving average peak is 8/5 (225).

The plateau at the peak between 7/25 and 8/7 has been stable since August 27.

Here's the full chart for context:

3/7
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Florida Deaths - 11/13/20

Florida reported 73 COVID deaths today. Changes were reported on 24 different days, going back to October 15.

Changes by month: October (+26), November (+47)

#RationalGround

1/7
Peaks are 7/30 (235) & 8/4 (237); the 7-day moving average peak is 8/5 (225).

The plateau at the peak between 7/25 and 8/7 has been stable since August 27.

Here's the full chart for context:

2/7
Yesterday's deaths (as best we could find them - read bottom of the chart for more details):

Median age: 79
Minimum age: 35
Maximum age: 98
88% are 65 or older

3/7
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Florida Deaths - 11/12/20

Florida reported a net of 72 COVID deaths today. Changes were reported on 25 different days, going back to October 12.

Changes by month: October (+43), November (+29)

#RationalGround

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Peaks are 7/30 (235) & 8/4 (237); the 7-day moving average peak is 8/5 (225).

The plateau at the peak between 7/25 and 8/7 has been stable since August 27.

Here's the full chart for context:

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Yesterday's deaths (as best we could find them - read bottom of the chart for more details):

Median age: 78
Minimum age: 28
Maximum age: 105
87% are 65 or older

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Florida Deaths - 11/10/20

Florida reported a net of 69 COVID deaths today. Changes were reported on 27 different days, going back to October 10.

Changes by month: October (+30-1), November (+40)

#RationalGround

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The "net" is the difference between today's total deaths and yesterday's total deaths, but each day's total is also the sum of additions and removals on that date.

For example, if 2 new deaths are reported on a date, that could be because 3 were added and 1 was removed

2/7
Peaks are 7/30 (235) & 8/4 (237); the 7-day moving average peak is 8/5 (225).

The plateau at the peak between 7/25 and 8/7 has been stable since August 27.

Here's the full chart for context:

3/7
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Florida Deaths - 11/9/20

Florida reported 58 COVID deaths today. Changes were reported on 44 different days, going back to July 22.

Changes by month: July (+3), August (+18), September (+21), October (+13), November (+3)

#RationalGround

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Peaks are 7/30 (235) & 8/4 (237); the 7-day moving average peak is 8/5 (225).

The plateau at the peak between 7/25 and 8/7 has been stable since August 27.

Here's the full chart for context:

2/6
Yesterday's deaths (as best we could find them - read bottom of the chart for more details):

Median age: 79
Minimum age: 36
Maximum age: 100
76% are 65 or older

3/6
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Florida Deaths - 11/8/20

Florida reported 21 COVID deaths today. Changes were reported on 15 different days, going back to October 8.

Changes by month: October (+13), November (+8)

#RationalGround

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Peaks are 7/30 (235) & 8/4 (237); the 7-day moving average peak is 8/5 (225).

The plateau at the peak between 7/25 and 8/7 has been stable since August 27.

Here's the full chart for context:

2/6
Yesterday's deaths (as best we could find them - read bottom of the chart for more details):

Median age: 80
Minimum age: 62
Maximum age: 91
85% are 65 or older

3/6
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Florida Deaths - 11/7/20

Florida reported a net of 86 COVID deaths today. Changes were reported on 29 different days, going back to October 7.

Changes by month: October (+72), November (+15-1)

#RationalGround

1/7
The "net" is the difference between today's total deaths and yesterday's total deaths, but each day's total is also the sum of additions and removals on that date.

For example, if 2 new deaths are reported on a date, that could be because 3 were added and 1 was removed

2/7
Peaks are 7/30 (235) & 8/4 (237); the 7-day moving average peak is 8/5 (225).

The plateau at the peak between 7/25 and 8/7 has been stable since August 27.

3/7
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1/11 THE RISE OF STILLBIRTHS DURING COVID-19 LOCKDOWNS

This issue continues to be underreported.

Stillbirth rates during CV19 lockdowns have spiked globally and the reasons are twofold.

Why this issue has not been widely reported is also multifaceted. #RationalGround
2/11 A primary reason for the uptick in stillbirths due to lockdowns is from reduced access to medical care:

“CV19 has triggered a devastating secondary health crisis for women, children and adolescents due to disruptions in life-saving health services,”
reliefweb.int/report/world/n…
3/11 The potential increase in the developing world due to lockdowns is devastating:
“A pandemic-induced 50% reduction in health services, could cause nearly 200K additional stillbirths over a 12-month period in 117 low and middle income countries…”
news.un.org/en/story/2020/…
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