How are you preparing/prepared for Corona? (Read 11763 times)

drck1000

Re: How are you preparing/prepared for Corona?
« Reply #180 on: July 08, 2020, 09:43:18 PM »
this is not a second wave, the first wave never ended...
my theory is that the vit d levels here are higher due to more sun exposure
you would have thought with all our tourists from china, korea, and japan, we would have had CV here first and it would be the worst here, but our numbers have always been lower than most, if not all of the US...

once again #notarealdoctor
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Re: How are you preparing/prepared for Corona?
« Reply #181 on: July 11, 2020, 10:32:32 AM »

drck1000

Re: How are you preparing/prepared for Corona?
« Reply #182 on: July 28, 2020, 11:49:09 AM »
What I've noticed with the COVID situation is how the vast majority of people lack basic SA.  Just don't care.  Or both. 

When I am out and about, I think I generally have decent SA.  Simple things like when you're at the grocery store, mall, etc.  I mean I've always noticed that and sort of shake my head at how oblivious people can be to what's going on around them, but I've noticed it a lot more recently. 

That and I find it funny how people react and people who have actually made an obvious effort to keep their distance from me.  Not to be rude or anything, but some times it's folks that I would think most people would keep their distance from anyways.  I mean damn, I shower every day and think I'm am generally clean cut.  Why people think they need to distance themselves from me like that.   ???  :(  :rofl:

Rocky

Re: How are you preparing/prepared for Corona?
« Reply #183 on: July 28, 2020, 01:45:59 PM »
That and I find it funny how people react and people who have actually made an obvious effort to keep their distance from me.  Not to be rude or anything, but some times it's folks that I would think most people would keep their distance from anyways.  I mean damn, I shower every day and think I'm am generally clean cut.  Why people think they need to distance themselves from me like that.   ???  :(  :rofl:
YOU'RE PRINTING !  :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
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drck1000

Re: How are you preparing/prepared for Corona?
« Reply #184 on: July 28, 2020, 02:05:21 PM »
YOU'RE PRINTING !  :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
Eh, yo peking duck stay peeking  :rofl:

Rocky

Re: How are you preparing/prepared for Corona?
« Reply #185 on: August 06, 2020, 08:13:04 AM »

Re: How are you preparing/prepared for Corona?
« Reply #172 on: July 07, 2020, 01:46:12 PM »

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Cumulative totals as of 12:00 pm on August 5, 2020
Total cases (new): 2763 (173)
Hawai’i County: 122 (0)
Honolulu County: 2394 (173)
Kaua’i County: 47 (0)
Maui County: 177 (0)
Pending: 0 (0)
HI residents diagnosed outside of HI: 23 (0)
Required Hospitalization: 214 (6)
Hawaii deaths: 27 (0)
Recovered: 1402 (48)
We have 0 new deaths to report. We have 173 new cases - all 173 on Oahu. We have 6 additional persons hospitalized since yesterday. There are 83 COVID-19 patients hospitalized statewide, with 15 patients in the ICUs and 13 people on ventilators. 2 of the hospitals in the state are reaching capacity. There are no new cases diagnosed outside of Hawaii. We need to get these numbers down. There have been 2,763 cases of COVID-19 identified in Hawaii. Of those cases, 8% have required hospitalization, and 2,603 (94%) were residents. As of August 5, the number of people who have been tested is 134,909 individuals, but the number of tests that have been done is 168,422. There currently are 1334 active cases in the State that we are aware of. One third of all COVID-19 cases in Hawaii are people from the Micronesian community, according to a newly-released analysis of state data. This group currently is not only responsible for most of the cases, they are responsible for most of the transmissions. The Micronesian community made up 34% of all cases in a ten-day span, from July 17 to July 26.


Positive Cases in past 28 days by zip code as of
                                      July 31, 2020
96701—31-60
96706— >60
96707— 31-60
96712—1-5
96717—1-5
96730—1-5
96731—1-5
96734—6-30
96744—6-30
96759--0
96762—1-5
96782— 31-60
96786—6-30
96789—31-60
96791—1-5
96792— 31-60
96795—6-30
96797-- >60
96813—6-30
96814—31-60
96815—6-30
96816—31-60
96817— >60
96818—6-30
96819-- >60
96821—6-30
96822—31-60
96825—6-30
96826—31-60
96850 – 11-20
96853 –11-20
96857 – 1-5
96859 – 1-5   
96860 – 1-5
96863—0

Only expect things to go up as we get into this weekend, about 5+ days after the 4th of July weekend.
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Here's a 2 month spread.
If you look at the numbers were pretty frick'n good

Cumulative totals as of 12:00pm on May 3, 2020
Total cases (new): 620 (2)**
Hawai’i County: 74 (1)
Honolulu County: 400 (1)**
Kaua’i County: 21 (0)
Maui County: 116 (0)
Pending: 0 (0)
HI residents diagnosed outside of HI: 9 (0)
Required Hospitalization: 73 (1)
Hawaii deaths: 17 (1)
Recovered: 544 (3)
As of May 2 the number of people who have been tested is 34,323. There currently are 76 active cases in the State that we are aware of.

Cumulative totals as of 12:00 pm on June 4, 2020
Total cases (new): 655 (2)
Hawai’i County: 81 (0)
Honolulu County: 424 (1)
Kaua’i County: 20 (0)
Maui County: 119 (0)
Pending: 0 (0)
HI residents diagnosed outside of HI: 11 (1)
Required Hospitalization: 83 (0)
Hawaii deaths: 17 (0)
Recovered: 611 (-1) †As a result of updated information, the count of released from isolation was reduced by 1
As of June 3 the number of people who have been tested is 57,942. There was no change in the total today.  There currently are 43 active cases in the State that we are aware of.


Cumulative totals as of 12:00 pm on July 6, 2020                       
Total cases (new): 1030 (7)
Hawai’i County: 94 (1)
Honolulu County: 750 (6)
Kaua’i County: 40 (0)
Maui County: 128 (0)
Pending: 0 (0)
HI residents diagnosed outside of HI: 18 (0)
Required Hospitalization: 119 (1)
Hawaii deaths: 19 (0)
Recovered: 781 (4)                         
As of July 6, the number of people who have been tested is 85,673 individuals, but the number of tests that have been done is 100,888.
There currently are 249 active cases in the State that we are aware of.     
   Age spread                           
0-19: 103 (14) - 1 was hospitalized (0 new)                     
20-39: 282 (52) - 10 were hospitalized (0 new)                     
40-59: 271 (37) - 31 were hospitalized (3 new)                     
60+: 147 (19) - 77 were hospitalized (5 new)


double the number diagnosed outside of Hawaii
seems spread is from locals, not tourist,
more 20-40 yr olds infected
good recovery #'s
only 2 death in 60+ days of 410+ new cases
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