Surviving Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) Day Forty Three

Surviving C-19 Day 43
May 13, 2020 8:30 AM
113 Days since first US infection

Global Infected           4,197,142                   4,281,838                            
Increase Infected       74,969                      84,696                                                  

Global Dead               286,615                         292,376                                                
Increase Dead           3,560                             5,727

US Infected               1,347,936                      1,370,016
Increase Infected     18,137                      22,080

US Dead                   80,684                          82,389
Increase Dead          609                               1,705

Since yestermorn another 1,705 Americans have lost their lives to C-19.
A Titanic a day still . . .

Let’s check those canaries . . .

In Montana, #43 most populous, was 459 and is now 461 of 1,068,778 confirmed infected, an increase of 1 cases (1 yesterday)

In Alaska, #48 most populous, was 379 and is now 383 of 731,545 confirmed infected, an increase of 4 cases (0 yesterday)

In South Dakota, #46 most populous, was 3,614 and is now of 3,663 of 884,659 confirmed infected, an increase of 49 cases (97 yesterday)

In Minnesota, #22 most populous, was 11,799 and is now 12,494 of 5,639,632 confirmed infected, an increase of 695 cases (528 yesterday)

In Oklahoma, #28 most populous, was 4,613 and is now 4,732 of 3,956,971 confirmed infected, an increase of 119 cases (24 yesterday)

In Tennessee, #16 most populous, was 15,544 and is now 16,111 of 6,829,174 confirmed infected an increase of 567 cases (559 yesterday)

In Georgia, #8 most populous, was 34,002 and is now 34,848 of 10,617,423 confirmed infected, an increase of 846 cases (166 yesterday)

In South Carolina, #23 most populous, was 7,792 and is now 7,927 of 5,148,714 confirmed infected, an infected increase of 135 cases (139 yesterday)

In Texas, #2 most populous, was 40,590 and is now 41,733 of 28,995,881 confirmed infected, an increase of 1,143 cases (1,332 yesterday)

In Mississippi, #34 most populous, was 9,674 and is now 9,908 of 2,976,149 confirmed infected, an increase of 234 cases (-109 yesterday)

So still wobbling, mostly up and some significantly up.

Morning Legacy Headlines

Angela Merkel says ‘hard evidence’ she was target of Russian hackers
Three-day-old baby dies after mother tests positive for coronavirus
Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort released to home confinement amid coronavirus concerns
From medals to pedals: Japan Olympic fencer turns to food delivery
Hong Kong reports first locally transmitted coronavirus cases in weeks
CDC guidelines differ from White House plan to reopen US
FBI ‘mistakenly reveals Saudi official linked’ to 9/11 attackers
Factbox: How to travel in Europe in the era of coronavirus
Coronavirus patient DNA study could tell us why some fare worse
Niger says 75 ‘Boko Haram terrorists’ killed
Dogs endure emotional difficulties in puberty like humans, says study
Facebook to pay $52m for failing to protect moderators from ‘horrors’ of graphic content
Brazil registers record death rate, marking it as global hotspot for Covid-19
World’s biggest shipper expects 25% drop in container demand
Coronavirus: Lockdown boost for archaeology as amateurs uncover Roman remains
UK economy shrinks 5.8% in March, most on record
Breonna Taylor: Police killed black woman after storming home in hunt for suspect already in custody, lawsuit says
Male or female dinosaurs? Scientists have made mistakes
Coronavirus: 1.5 million antibody tests bought by Australia ‘not accurate enough’
UN chief urges faith leaders to challenge harmful messages
‘If it is safe to do so’: NBA players favor resuming 2019-20 regular season with full playoff schedule
Tennessee court rules it wasn’t illegal for man to film women’s breasts, butts in public
Twitter says staff can continue working from home permanently
Russia slams U.S. assertion at U.N. that it remains party to Iran nuclear deal
CDC reports 1,342,594 coronavirus cases, 80,820 deaths
Counterfeit masks reaching frontline health workers in US
Can the coronavirus survive on money?
U.S. government sees record monthly deficit of $737.9 billion
GOP senators introduce bill permitting Trump to sanction China over failure to cooperate on COVID-19
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 and 2 are being remastered for PS4, Xbox One, and PC
House Democrats unveil $3 trillion coronavirus relief package
China bans meat from Australian abattoirs
At least 20,000 people died due to the coronavirus outbreak in UK care homes
Coronavirus: Russia now has second highest virus case total
Luckin Coffee fires CEO, COO after sales fraud investigation
Coronavirus Lockdowns Could Spark Rise In HIV Infections, Experts Warn
U.S. consumer prices post biggest decrease since 2008
Coronavirus: Queen joins royal telephone calls to thank nurses
113-year-old woman becomes world’s oldest person to beat coronavirus
Vera Wang: Fashion designer, 70, stuns social media users as she posts age-defying photos
Homophobia threatens to hamper South Korea’s virus campaign
UK rail worker dies of coronavirus after being spat at while on duty
‘Hamilton’ movie coming to Disney+ with original Broadway cast on July 3
Fauci warns reopening country too fast could be ‘really serious’ for states
Judge invites outside parties to weigh in on Flynn case

“Coronavirus: Fauci warns Senate of ‘serious consequences’”

“The top US infectious diseases doctor have warned senators that the coronavirus will spread further if the country opens up too soon.  Dr Anthony Fauci said if federal guidelines to reopen were not followed, “little spikes” would become outbreaks.  He also said the real US death toll is probably higher than the official figure of 80,000. His message is at odds with the upbeat tone of President Donald Trump who is keen to get the economy going again.”

“Supreme Court hears arguments on Trump’s tax returns, personal financial records”

“The US Supreme Court has heard arguments on whether President Donald Trump should be allowed to keep his financial records secret, in a major showdown over presidential powers.  Mr Trump has refused to share documents that could shed light on his fortune and the work of his family company.  Two congressional committees and New York prosecutors demand the release of his tax returns and other information.  Mr Trump’s private lawyers argue he enjoys total immunity while in office.  A ruling is expected within weeks.”

“Michael Flynn: judge pauses justice department effort to dismiss case”

“Order paves way for legal experts to oppose Trump administration motion to exonerate former adviser. A federal judge has put the justice department’s decision to dismiss a criminal case against Michael Flynn, Donald Trump’s former national security adviser, on hold – opening the door for legal experts and other outside parties to oppose the administration’s motion to exonerate Flynn of lying to the FBI.  Judge Emmet Sullivan’s order is the latest development in the high-profile case, which has led critics, including Barack Obama and hundreds of former FBI and justice department officials, to question whether William Barr, the attorney general, was orchestrating favors for Trump.”

Crash and Burn again dammit.  I think I am overtaxing this old unit doing this.

Evening Legacy Headlines

The number of coronavirus cases in Tulsa, Oklahoma, are trending down
How convalescent plasma is being used to help newly infected COVID-19 patients
An increase in domestic violence has been reported due to the pandemic
Grocery prices on the rise
Russia 2nd to US in confirmed cases as official close to Putin tests positive
Inside a COVID-19 testing lab to check on Trump’s prediction for increased output
New coronavirus model predicts jump in death toll
Investigation into Arbery’s fatal shooting
Dealing with depression during the pandemic
Students start project linking farms to food banks
Door-to-door high school celebration
Disparities in NYPD COVID-19 arrests
EU proposes three-stage plan to boost tourism amid Covid-19
Analysis: EU recommends phased approach to restarting tourism economy
Consumer spending the key to reviving European economies
We’ve managed to keep Covid-19 under control in Tunisia
Covid-19: ‘French restaurant owners are in distress,’ Michelin-starred chef warns
Brazil records highest daily death toll, though president continues to oppose lockdown
France reopens beaches, though sun-tanning not permitted
Covid-19: UK economy sees biggest quarterly slump since 2008
Chinese farmers hit hard by ban on lucrative wildlife trade
England eases lockdown from today, to consternation of other British nations
Poorer students struggle with distance-learning in Ivory Coast
Sen. Warren: Americans Suffering From Lack Of Federal Leadership
Bipartisan Bill Would Mobilize 265,000 Contact Tracers Across The U.S. |
Fauci, Top Health Officials Testify Remotely For Senate Hearing |
Fauci Clashes In Tense Moment At Senate Hearing
Supreme Court Appears Split On Trump Taxes, Financial Records
Spokesman For Russian President Putin Hospitalized With Coronavirus
Obama Calls Trump Administration’s Virus Response ‘Chaotic Disaster’
Common urges jail releases amid virus with video
Congress: ‘Faster and freer’ virus testing needed
The Road Back: How to Reopen Safely
Ford Motor Company readies for return of workers
Pelosi defends $3T virus aid: Americans ‘worth it’
4th region of upstate NY cleared to slowly reopen
NYC starting ad campaign on COVID linked syndrome
Culinary union holds protest drive on Vegas Strip
Powell warns of prolonged recession from pandemic
Judges to pick homes best decorated for Ramadan
Coronavirus: Russia now has second highest virus case total
Coronavirus advice ignored by Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro
Trump says Fauci’s warning about rushing to reopen is “not an acceptable answer”
Supreme Court debates release of Trump’s financial records
Broadway star Nick Cordero has woken from coma, wife says
Live: House coronavirus subcommittee holds first briefing on reopening the economy
Photographer captures coronavirus stay-at-home era with drone portraits
Twitter takes new steps to fight misleading misinformation on coronavirus
Health experts warn about risks of reopening economy too quickly
The risks of reopening too fast or rushing a coronavirus vaccine
Wealth and racial inequalities worsen coronavirus outbreak in Brazil
Here’s how to avoid scams and cybercriminals during coronavirus pandemic
Fauci warns of more virus outbreaks if states reopen too quickly
Sources: Some Trump officials question Covid-19 death toll
Why thousands are getting coronavirus on purpose
Astronauts experiment with Nickelodeon’s slime in space
He prayed at dad’s beside after Covid-19 death. 16 days later, they are buried together
Putin’s coronavirus crisis deepens with fatal hospital fire and spokesman’s diagnosis
Biologist: Avoid these types of places to protect yourself
Don Lemon: The President and his administration have been making wrong predictions since day one
Los Angeles Mayor Garcetti: It will be a different school than we’re used to
Property owner doesn’t believe Ahmaud Arbery stole anything the day he died
How Covid-19 seems to trigger other health issues
Romney rebukes Trump official for what he said at briefing
Trump lawyer argues for ‘temporary immunity’. Will it work?
Biden, Brennan, Comey on secret list of officials who sought to ‘unmask’ Flynn
Trump says Fauci’s response to reopening schools was ‘not acceptable’
Trump talks to media following release of new Flynn documents
FBI warns China against targeting COVID-19 research orgs
Matthew McConaughey warns against partisan division over coronavirus response
Greg Gutfeld: Something has got to be done about Adam Schiff
Hannity: Nancy Pelosi has no shame
Tucker: Inside the Democrats’ $3 trillion coronavirus relief bill
Ingraham: Obama to the rescue
Hannity: What did Obama, Biden know and when did they know it?
Tucker: Susan Rice and the origins of the Russia investigation
Fishermen Donate Catch Of The Day To Anyone In Need During Pandemic
Doctor Breaks Down Results Of Dylan Dreyer’s Antibody Test
Kevin Costner Talks About New Song, ‘Yellowstone’ And Life During Quarantine
Broadway Actor Nick Cordero Wakes From Coma Amid Coronavirus Battle
NBA Owner And Players Hopeful That Basketball Will Resume Soon
Elon Musk Not Backing Down In Standoff Over Reopening Tesla Factory
New Cases Of Mystery Children’s Illness Tied To Coronavirus Raise Alarms
Grocery Prices Are The Highest They’ve Been In Decades
Dr. Anthony Fauci Issues Stark Warning To Senate About US Reopening Too Soon
MLB Players Consider Whether To Start Baseball Season In July
Tina Fey Gets Emotional Announcing Grand Totals Of Coronavirus Fundraiser

Maine infected          1,477                            1,515
Increase Infected            15                           38

Maine Dead              65                     66
Increase Dead           0               1

It seems apparent that we re-opened with 38 new cases.  While I isolated and did this work 38 more Mainers entered the fray and another one died.

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