Corona Virus: Will the beginning of re-opening be worth the risk right now?

LICKING COUNTY FAN

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Saturday update


Saturday update
23,697 cases
1,331 Deaths

681 new cases
25 new deaths

Total cases up over last week
Death down from last week
 

LICKING COUNTY FAN

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24,081 cases
4,351 hospitalizations (new tracking)
1,341 and deaths.

384 new cases
10 new deaths

Last Sunday
579 new cases
17 new deaths
 
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LICKING COUNTY FAN

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Monday Updates
Ohio Update
24,777 Coronavirus cases
1,357 Deaths
4,413 hospitalizations

New Cases 696
New Deaths 16
New Hospitalizations 62
 

LICKING COUNTY FAN

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Ohio Updates
Total cases 25250
Total Deaths 1436
Hospitalizations 4,539

New Cases 473
New Deaths 79
New Hospitalizations 126
( All three are up over yesterday)
 

thavoice

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A local county commission got the numbers for our county and more people have been hospitalized in our county since the first of the year by the FLU than by the Rona.
 

lotr10

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You can't make up stupid. They must actually believe Trump and his ridiculous statements.

I won't comment on panic buying but the most recent data supports the use of a hydroxychloroquine/antibiotic regimen when symptoms of covid19 first flare up. Studies have shown that those that do this are less likely to be hospitalized.

Of course this drug should only be used while under the care and direction of a physician.

And for the record Trump's statements were not "ridiculous" they actually made sense. Off label use of approved drugs offer many benefits - they are generally cheaper then new drugs and they have much more safety data. Back in the early 90's I worked on a project to demonstrate that the off label use of an existing drug was effective in treating a nasty symptom in AIDS patients. It became the standard of care.
 

tom 48

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I won't comment on panic buying but the most recent data supports the use of a hydroxychloroquine/antibiotic regimen when symptoms of covid19 first flare up. Studies have shown that those that do this are less likely to be hospitalized.

Of course this drug should only be used while under the care and direction of a physician.

And for the record Trump's statements were not "ridiculous" they actually made sense. Off label use of approved drugs offer many benefits - they are generally cheaper then new drugs and they have much more safety data. Back in the early 90's I worked on a project to demonstrate that the off label use of an existing drug was effective in treating a nasty symptom in AIDS patients. It became the standard of care.
I don't think he ever mentioned the use of off label drugs, just his "miracle," despite the fact that its effectiveness had not proven to be true. I'm sorry, his handling of the misinformation and the "off the cuff" solutions has not helped, but done a disservice to the country.

"Goetz said that in mid-March, orders took a small but eyebrow-raising increase. The Fox News cable channel reported March 16 on a French study of hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for COVID-19, the disease resulting from infection from the new coronavirus.
Then on March 20, President Donald Trump mentioned the drug for the first time. For weeks after, amplified with frequent reporting from Fox News, the president advocated for the drug’s use for COVID-19 with the pitch, “What have you got to lose?”
In April, the FDA recommended against prescribing hydroxychloroquine because of side effects including heart failure and loss of vision. That action, Goetz said, stopped the tide of new orders to HealthWarehouse.
But every few days, Goetz gets a few more new orders from people who just heard about the drug. "They think it’s the hot new information,” and he tells them it's not."
 

LICKING COUNTY FAN

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Wednesday OHIO updates
Total Cases 25,721
Total Deaths 1,483
Total Hospitalizations (Not reported yet)

New Cases 471 (-2 from yesterday)
New Deaths 47 (-32 from yesterday)
New Hospitalizations (No update yet)
 

LICKING COUNTY FAN

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26,357 Cases
4,718 hospitalizations
1,534 deaths

New Cases 636
New Hospitalization (up in two days) 179
New Deaths 51 (CORRECTED)
All up from yesterday
** Hospitalization two day increase none reported yesterday
 
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LICKING COUNTY FAN

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Total cases 26,954
Total Deaths 1,581
Total Hospitalizations 4,791

New Cases 597 (Down 39 from yesterday)
New Deaths 47 (Down 4 from yesterday)
New Hospitalizations 73
Sat and Sun are always the lowest reported.
** Note about tomorrow
 
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LICKING COUNTY FAN

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Ohio Virus Update
(WEEKEND UPDATES ARE ALWAYS LOWER BECAUSE NOT ALL ARE REPORTED. LEAST THIS IS WHAT MULTIPLE SOURCES HAVE REPORTED)
27,474 cases
1,610 deaths
4,870 hospitalizations


520 New Cases
29 New Deaths
79 New Hospitalizations
 

LICKING COUNTY FAN

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Sunday, 27,923(+449) cases have been reported in the state
4,921(+51) hospitalizations and 1,625(+15) deaths.
Last Sunday numbers Sunday . . . . . 384 new cases . . 10 new deaths (1341)
 

LICKING COUNTY FAN

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Ohio Update (Virus)
28,454 Cases
4,998 Hospitalizations
1,657 Deaths

531 New Cases
77 Hospitalizations
32 New Deaths


New Cases down 29 from last Monday
Deaths up 16 from last Monday
 

LICKING COUNTY FAN

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Ohio Virus update
28,952 total cases
1,720 deaths
5,117 hospitalizations


498 New Cases (UP 25 From Last Tuesday
63 New Deaths ( DOWN 16 From Last Tuesday)
119 New Hospitalizations
 

LICKING COUNTY FAN

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Taken from NBC 4


Ohio Virus Update
29,436 cases
1,781 deaths
5,198 hospitalizations

484 new cases
61 new deaths
81 new hospitalizations

Compared to last Wednesday
Cases 13 MORE THAN LAST WED
Deaths 14 MORE THAN LAST WED
 
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LICKING COUNTY FAN

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Total


30,167 cases
1,836 Deaths
731 new cases
55 deaths
5295 Hospitalizations


97 New Hospitalization


Last Thursday
plus 95 case from last Thursday
plus 4 deaths from Last Thursday
 

LICKING COUNTY FAN

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Total cases 30,794
Total Deaths 1872
Total Hospitalizations 5379

627 New Cases
36 New Deaths
84 New Hospitalizations

Compared to Last Friday
30 more new cases
11 less deaths

 
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