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On 3/26/2020 at 8:07 PM, DieHardBrownsFan said:

But Iran has a lot, but not India.

I've seen a fair amount of India.. Maybe the worst place on the planet I've seen ready to deal with something like tis. Their health care system is non existent. Atrocious, would be a compliment.

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Don't know what to tell you... link in post 2 is working fine for me.

Hope your friends are and stay well...

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1 minute ago, Axe said:

I've seen a fair amount of India.. Maybe the worst place on the planet I've seen ready to deal with something like tis. Their health care system is non existent. Atrocious, would be a compliment.

India went into a nationwide lockdown 3 days ago.

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10 minutes ago, Tour2ma said:

India went into a nationwide lockdown 3 days ago.

Have you been to India?

if you have, you'll understand this was far far too late

 

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You gonna blame this on Trump too?

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Maybe you can bitch about this too

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3 hours ago, Axe said:

Have you been to India?

if you have, you'll understand this was far far too late

No, but articles I read talked about poor already out of food and migrants likely rendering the lockdown moot.

As for the other two posts...

I say probably and I'm might be able to, but can't be sure...

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Here's the new US Cities Hot Spot Plot link... https://www.axios.com/americas-coronavirus-cities-outbreak-5f22e933-42f1-464e-a68d-5f8ee0923fda.html

It's worth a look.

Scroll down a little. Cursor on a dot should bring up corresponding City/Area name and current counts.

Did not come across Cleveland, but there are a few Ohio cities that have low case counts, but high rates of increasing cases including Columbus and Toledo.

Edit: Found CLE... it's the dot to the left of DC... there are worse dot placements. Pittsburgh is the dot just below St. Louis.

 

Y'all stay safe...

 

 

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8 hours ago, Tour2ma said:

No, but articles I read talked about poor already out of food and migrants likely rendering the lockdown moot.

I have, and I've experienced their health care system..

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Came in on one of my days off... I'm not working weekends down here in case you haven't noticed... I call them "mental health days"... I'm sure that unlike Chloroquine their efficacy will be debatable.

Anyway...

Been searching for great, state data and finally google took me to...

https://www.theverge.com/2020/4/2/21201832/novel-coronavirus-covid-19-best-graphs-tracking-data

The site is great. It starts with the John Hopkins Dashboard site we all know by now and then goes to one called,  The COVID Tracking Project , which is a fine site, but it is the 3rd one that gave me all I was seeking and more.

That site is: http://91-divoc.com/pages/covid-visualization/

The above is a series of four graphs Counts by Country, Counts by State/Region, Counts per capita by Country, and Counts per capita by State/Region.

Each graph is customizable as to its:

  • Focus... you may highlight a line on which you wish to focus and/or reduce the number of lines,
  • Metric... choose from Active Cases, Confirmed Cases, New Cases per Day, Deaths, New Deaths per Day, or Recovered.
  • Scale... linear or log

 

Haven't even gotten to the rest of the links...

See y'all tomorrow...

 

 

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12 hours ago, Tour2ma said:

Came in on one of my days off... I'm not working weekends down here in case you haven't noticed... I call them "mental health days"... I'm sure that unlike Chloroquine their efficacy will be debatable.

why am I thinking of an old saying about locking the Barn Door after the horses have escaped? 😊

Anyway...

Been searching for great, state data and finally google took me to...

https://www.theverge.com/2020/4/2/21201832/novel-coronavirus-covid-19-best-graphs-tracking-data

The site is great. It starts with the John Hopkins Dashboard site we all know by now and then goes to one called,  The COVID Tracking Project , which is a fine site, but it is the 3rd one that gave me all I was seeking and more.

That site is: http://91-divoc.com/pages/covid-visualization/

The above is a series of four graphs Counts by Country, Counts by State/Region, Counts per capita by Country, and Counts per capita by State/Region.

Each graph is customizable as to its:

  • Focus... you may highlight a line on which you wish to focus and/or reduce the number of lines,
  • Metric... choose from Active Cases, Confirmed Cases, New Cases per Day, Deaths, New Deaths per Day, or Recovered.
  • Scale... linear or log

 

Haven't even gotten to the rest of the links...

See y'all tomorrow...

 

 

 

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On 4/6/2020 at 9:29 AM, Westside Steve said:

why am I thinking of an old saying about locking the Barn Door after the horses have escaped? 😊

Because I used it in a post a couple days ago?

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Sometimes I feel like I'm missing out...

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1 hour ago, Tour2ma said:

 

Sometimes I feel like I'm missing out...

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I used to think that, but I found out I could right click on it and pick "view image"

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8 hours ago, Tour2ma said:

 

Sometimes I feel like I'm missing out...

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What internet browser are you using?  Works fine on Google Chrome.

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