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Old 03-25-2020, 06:51 PM
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Confirmed cases here in Oklahoma according to my little shopper I get, it's called the Chisholm Trail Free Community newspaper I got in the mail today.

Canadian Co., has 4, Cleveland Co., has 22, Custer Co., has 1, Garvin Co., has 2, Grady Co., has 1, Jackson Co., has 1, Kay Co., has 5, Logan Co., has 1, Mayes Co., has 1, McClain Co., has 1, Muskogee Co., has 1, Oklahoma Co., has 41, Pawnee Co., has 4, Payne Co., has 3, Pontotoc Co., has 1, Tulsa Co., has 12, Wagoner Co., has 1 and Washington Co., has 2.

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Stephens County is claiming 2 as of today.
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And I think Comanche (Lawton) has 4-5...
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Old 03-30-2020, 02:47 PM
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I heard they have pretty much shut down Fort Sill... I was sent home from my job at Tinker two weeks ago, but we are teleworking so that is good for us. Still have a job and income. Neighbor was furloughed from Goodyear last week... he'll be lucky if he gets to go back to work. He's about 55, I'm sure there are younger guys making less $$ they will rehire first.
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Thought I would update today for the state of Oklahoma.

06/07/2020

Confirmed 7,150, Deceased 348, Critical Unknown and Recovered 5,492

According to the stats Confirmed in the last 24 hours went up 91, Deceased went up 1.

https://ncov2019.live/data for US and other countries

https://looker-dashboards.ok.gov/embed/dashboards/44 Stats for Oklahoma by county.
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348/7150 = 0.048 so what is that about 5% lethal. How where old and had bad heath issues already, such as a morbidly obese chain smoker.
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348/7150 = 0.048 so what is that about 5% lethal. How many were old and had bad heath issues already, such as a morbidly obese chain smoker.
I have no idea what the health issues were. I'm just reporting the numbers.
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NO... it is NOT 5% lethal. That is about 5% of KNOWN, CONFIRMED cases. The various pundits, talking-heads, governmental agencies, NGO's etc all say somewhere between roughly 30% and 70% of cases are either non-symptomatic or not reported. Let's split that sort in the middle and say that 50% of cases are not reported or confirmed so that means 50% ARE. That makes easy math. 7150 x 2 =14300. So what about 2.4% of all cases result in a case that MAY be COVID related? Keep in mind that an 85 year old obese, life-long smoker with two bypasses and lung cancer on oxygen can die and if they are diagnosed then that is a COVID death. They could have passed away in their sleep when their heart quit, but it counts as a COVID number. So you have to subtract a certain number out of that total. Not sure how many to subtract, but you can take that 2.5% with a grain of salt.
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NO... it is NOT 5% lethal. That is about 5% of KNOWN, CONFIRMED cases. The various pundits, talking-heads, governmental agencies, NGO's etc all say somewhere between roughly 30% and 70% of cases are either non-symptomatic or not reported. Let's split that sort in the middle and say that 50% of cases are not reported or confirmed so that means 50% ARE. That makes easy math. 7150 x 2 =14300. So what about 2.4% of all cases result in a case that MAY be COVID related? Keep in mind that an 85 year old obese, life-long smoker with two bypasses and lung cancer on oxygen can die and if they are diagnosed then that is a COVID death. They could have passed away in their sleep when their heart quit, but it counts as a COVID number. So you have to subtract a certain number out of that total. Not sure how many to subtract, but you can take that 2.5% with a grain of salt.
Not to get into a math debate, but the 5% is, for the most part, really based upon those that get sick enough to be hospitalized...which is a small percentage of those that contract it. Other than those hospitalized, very few people, as a percentage of the populace, have been tested for it.

Friend of mine thinks he had it back when it first started. He said he had what felt like the flu for about two weeks, dry upper chest cough. Sounded to me like the symptoms of it. He said he still has a cough, but it's getting less and less as time goes on. He's in his mid 50s, former smoker, has diabetes, and sleep apnea, but didn't need or seek medical care. He would be in one of the vulnerable categories. I'm certain he had it, but unless he goes and gets tested, he'll never be included in the statistics of those who had it and survived.
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And that is my point.
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06/07/2020

Confirmed 7,150, Deceased 348, Critical Unknown and Recovered 5,492

06/09/2020

Confirmed 7,363, Deceased 353, Critical Unknown and Recovered 5,492

In 2 days Confirmed went up 213, Deceased went up 5, Critical still unknown and Recovered is still the same.

https://ncov2019.live/data
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Well, those numbers seem to be shooting up but really only in about 5 counties. Here in Stephens... they aren't shooting up but just one or two every other day or so. Hope it stays that way. Need to get some more businesses fully open.
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Deaths are not going up, yet. Only a small increase in hospitalizations. I wonder how many of those tests are repeat tests. One of my co-workers daughter was tested several times. She can't go back to work once she is negative.
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The confirmed cases are skyrocketing. Those cases and the trend line are pretty much vertical right now. At one point a few weeks ago the confirmed cases and recovered lines were beginning to converge. Now they are widening again.

Everyone decided that "it open... I can do anything I want". Well that and the protests.
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No, no, no. It's Trumps fault. You can bet everywhere he goes now there will be a spike. Probably even before he gets there.
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06/09/2020

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07/08/2020

Confirmed 17,220, Deceased 404, Critical Unknown and Recovered 12,432.
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In 29 days, Confirmed went up 9,857, Deceased went up 51, Critical still unknown and Recovered went up 6,940.

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Yeah... but how much did testing increase? If testing increased a bunch... you could expect to see a large increase in positives.
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Yeah... but how much did testing increase? If testing increased a bunch... you could expect to see a large increase in positives.
I'm just reporting the numbers. What I care about and pay attention to the most are the deaths.
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