After a day of declines, the count of confirmed coronavirus cases and deaths rose again in Saturday’s tally from the Orange County Health Care Authority. According to the OCHCA, the number of new cases received is 702 and 25 deaths. That compares to 405 and three on Friday. The cumulative number of cases so […]Corona cases, deaths up again — ORANGE COUNTY TRIBUNE
They are the perfect vehicle for what the White House and these acting appointees at DHS want to do which is to seeks out confrontations which are consistent with President Trump’s campaign agenda. In their current form they really do amount to a federal political police force acting at the direction of the political appointees at the Department of Homeland Security, none of whom are even confirmed by the Senate to be acting in their current positions.
The Missouri Hospital Association reports that it no longer has access to the data it uses to guide state coronavirus mitigation efforts, and Kansas officials say their hospital data may be delayed. The Trump administration earlier this week directed hospitals to change how they report data to the federal government and how that data will be made available. In an email, Missouri Hospital Association spokesman Dave Dillon called the move “a major disruption.” “All evidence suggests that Missouri’s numbers are headed in the wrong direction,” Dillon said. “And, for now, we will have very limited situational awareness. That’s all very bad news.” The absence of the data will make it harder for health and public officials, as well as the general public, to understand how the virus is spreading.
this time around I shall enjoy the sunsets and the sunrisesa promise — They, You and Me
I haven’t been north of my house for shopping or anything else in several weeks, certainly not before the mask mandates for the whole state came down. I went to a dollar store about a mile north of my house this morning for coffee creamer (because the world ends in this place if there is […]I don’t understand the seething hate conservatives seem to have for liberals… — The Chatty Introvert
Florida reported 10,292 new cases and 90 more deaths Saturday, according to data from the state health department. Twelve percent of Floridians tested came back positive for the virus Friday, down from a recent high of 18%.
Texas reported 10,256 new cases, according to its health department. More than 17% of Texans tested came back positive for the virus as of Thursday.
Quebec becomes the first province in Canada to require mask-wearing in all indoor public spaces on Saturday as cases rise again.