Trump Coronavirus cases reported in Pennsylvania, August 15, 2020

“Comparing (Trump) Covid-19 and the 1918 flu pandemic | The (Trump) Covid-19 pandemic is often compared to the 1918 flu pandemic, in which 675,000 people in the U.S. died. A new study quantifies the impact that the two pandemics had on New York City, which was hard-hit during the 1918 crisis and was until recently the epicenter of the current pandemic. Nearly 288 people died for every 100,000 person-months — which denotes death over time — in the city during the 1918 pandemic, compared to 202 out of every 100,000 person-months between early March and early May this year. While the overall incidence of the disease may be comparable, the increase in death rate compared to control periods was higher during the current pandemic: The first two months of the Covid-19 pandemic saw more than four times the death rate as was seen during 2017-2019, whereas the 1918 pandemic death rate was 2.8 times the rate observed between 1914-1917.” – STAT: Morning Rounds

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covid-19 cases 08-15-2020

data from Pennsylvania Department of Health Website

UNITED STATES -Number of TRUMP CORONAVIRUS cases per state ranked on a per capita scale.

  • Alabama – 103,020 cases-Aug 9/20, (5,078 cases-Apr21/20)

  • Alaska – 3,775 cases-Aug 9/20, (no data for-Apr21/20)

  • Arizona) – 187,523 cases-Aug 9/20, (5,064 cases-Apr21/20)
  • Arkansas) – 50,028 cases-Aug 9/20, (no data for-Apr21/20)
  • California – 573,773 cases-Aug 9/20, (33,865 cases-Apr21/20)
  • Colorado – 51,039 cases-Aug 9/20, (10,106 cases-Apr21/20)
  • Connecticut – 50,567 cases-Aug 9/20, (19,815 cases-Apr21/20)
  • Delaware – 15,634 cases-Aug 9/20, (no data for-Apr21/20)
  • District of Columbia 12,807 cases-Aug 9/20, (4 cases-Apr10/20)
  • Florida – 536,961 cases-Aug 9/20, (27,058 cases-Apr21/20)
  • Georgia – 219,025 cases-Aug 9/20, (19,399 cases-Apr21/20)
  • Hawaii – 3,638 cases-Aug 9/20, (no data for-Apr21/20)
  • Idaho – 25,100 cases-Aug 9/20, (no data for-Apr21/20)
  • Illinois – 196,699 cases-Aug 9/20, (31,508 cases-Apr21/20)
  • Indiana – 74,992 cases-Aug 9/20, (11,686 cases-Apr21/20)
  • Iowa – 49,080 cases-Aug 9/20, (3,159 cases-Apr21/20)
  • Kansas – 31,977 cases-Aug 9/20, (5,078 cases-Apr21/20)
  • Kentucky – 35,254 cases-Aug 9/20, (3,050 cases-Apr21/20)
  • Louisiana – 131,961 cases-Aug 9/20, (24,523 cases-Apr21/20)
  • Maine) – 4,049 cases-Aug 9/20, (no data for-Apr21/20)
  • Maryland – 96,258 cases-Aug 9/20, (13,684 cases-Apr21/20)
  • Massachusetts 121,315 cases-Aug 9/20, (39,643 cases-Apr21/20)
  • Michigan – 97,306 cases-Aug 9/20, (32,000 cases-Apr21/20)
  • Minnesota – 61,516 cases-Aug 9/20, (no data for-Apr21/20)
  • Mississippi – 67,649 cases-Aug 9/20, (no data for-Apr21/20)
  • Missouri – 60,656 cases-Aug 9/20, (5,831 cases-Apr21/20)
  • Montana – 5,017 cases-Aug 9/20, (no data for-Apr21/20)
  • Nebraska – 28,696 cases-Aug 9/20, (no data for-Apr21/20)
  • Nevada – 56,972 cases-Aug 9/20, (3,830 cases-Apr21/20)
  • New Hampshire – 6,840 cases-Aug 9/20, (no data for-Apr21/20)
  • New Jersey – 190,775 cases-Aug 9/20, (no data for-Apr21/20)
  • New Mexico – 22,444 cases-Aug 9/20, (no data for-Apr21/20)
  • New York – 451,025 cases-Aug 9/20, (252,094 cases-Apr21/20)
  • North Carolina 137,382 cases-Aug 9/20, (6,867 cases-Apr21/20)
  • North Dakota 7,713 cases-Aug 9/20, (no data for-Apr21/20)
  • Ohio – 101,756 cases-Aug 9/20, (12,919 cases-Apr21/20)
  • Oklahoma – 43,963 cases-Aug 9/20, (no data for-Apr21/20)
  • Oregon – 21,488 cases-Aug 9/20, (no data for-Apr21/20)
  • Pennsylvania – 124,269 cases-Aug 9/20, (33,914 cases-Apr21/20)
  • Rhode Island – 19,934 cases-Aug 9/20, (5,090-Apr21/20)
  • South Carolina – 101,159 cases-Aug 9/20, (4,439 cases-Apr21/20)
  • South Dakota – 9,663 cases-Aug 9/20, (no data for-Apr21/20)
  • Tennessee – 123,914 cases-Aug 9/20, (7,238 cases-Apr21/20)
  • Texas – 518,704 cases-Aug 9/20, (19,822 cases-Apr21/20)
  • Utah – 44,390 cases-Aug 9/20, (3,213 cases-Apr21/20)
  • Vermont – 1,462 cases-Aug 9/20, (no data for-Apr21/20)
  • Virginia – 101,745 cases-Aug 9/20, (12,085 cases-Apr21/20)
  • Washington – 65,453 cases-Aug 9/20, (no data for-Apr21/20)
  • West Virginia – 7,875 cases-Aug 9/20, (no data for-Apr21/20)
  • Wisconsin – 61,061 cases-Aug 9/20, (no data for-Apr21/20)
  • Wyoming – 3,050 cases-Aug 9/20, (4,439 cases-Apr21/20)

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