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Coronavirus dashboard for September 30: a portrait of dismal societal failure

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Coronavirus dashboard for September 30: a portrait of dismal societal failure I hear the WWE staged a helluva mud wrestling cage match last night! Since we won’t get any economic news until Every Statistic In The World is released tomorrow, in other, more uplifting news, let’s take the most updated look at coronavirus infections in the US. Total US infections: 7,190,230 Average infections last 7 days: 42,045 Total US deaths: 205,986 Average deaths last 7 days: 743 Source: COVID Tracking Project A number of weeks back, I looked at how each US State was doing by way of a color coding system based on the global history of the pandemic. Here’s the system: Deep Red (general alarm out-of-control fire): 200+ infections per million, 5+ deaths per million.

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Coronavirus dashboard for September 30: a portrait of dismal societal failure

I hear the WWE staged a helluva mud wrestling cage match last night!

Since we won’t get any economic news until Every Statistic In The World is released tomorrow, in other, more uplifting news, let’s take the most updated look at coronavirus infections in the US.

Total US infections: 7,190,230
Average infections last 7 days: 42,045
Total US deaths: 205,986
Average deaths last 7 days: 743

Source: COVID Tracking Project

A number of weeks back, I looked at how each US State was doing by way of a color coding system based on the global history of the pandemic. Here’s the system:

Deep Red (general alarm out-of-control fire): 200+ infections per million, 5+ deaths per million.
Red (3 alarm fire): 100-200 infections, 2-5 deaths
Orange (2 alarm fire): 60-100 infections, 1-2 deaths
Yellow (1 alarm fire):40-60 infections, 0.5-1 deaths
Blue (smoldering/1 alarm fire): 20-40 infections, 0.2-0.5 deathsGreen (embers): 0-20 infections,  0-0.2 deaths

Here’s how all 50 States, plus DC and Puerto Rico, fit into that paradigm, for infections only.

Deep Red (general alarm out-of-control fire): 200+ infections per million:

Coronavirus dashboard for September 30: a portrait of dismal societal failure

14 States (ND, SD, WI, UT, IA, AR, MT, OK, ID, NE, MO, KS, AL)+ Puerto Rico (up from 5 five weeks ago).

R ed (3 alarm fire): 100-200 infections per million:

Coronavirus dashboard for September 30: a portrait of dismal societal failure17 States: (WY, TN, SC, NC, MN, MS, KY, IL, NV, AK, IN, TX, DE, FL, GA, LA, WV),  (down from 19 five weeks ago)

Orange (2 alarm fire): 60-100 infections per million:

Coronavirus dashboard for September 30: a portrait of dismal societal failure15 States: (CO, NM. MI, VA, RI, OH, CA, MD, HI, PA, MA, WA, OR, AZ, NJ) (up from 10 five weeks ago)

Yellow (1 alarm fire):40-60 infections per million:

Coronavirus dashboard for September 30: a portrait of dismal societal failure

2 States: (NY, CT) plus DC (down from 6 five weeks ago)
B lue (smoldering/1 alarm fire): 20-40 infections per million:

Coronavirus dashboard for September 30: a portrait of dismal societal failure

2 States: (NH, ME) (down from 3 five weeks ago)
Green (embers): 0- 20 infections per million

Coronavirus dashboard for September 30: a portrait of dismal societal failure

1 State (VT) ( down from 3 five weeks ago)

In case it isn’t already clear, there are 31 jurisdictions that are Red or Deep Red now, vs. 24 five weeks ago. On the other hand, there are only 5 jurisdictions that are Yellow, Blue, or Green now vs. 12 five weeks ago.

This is the portrait of dismal societal failure. About the only good news is that a number of States that were previously out of control about a month ago panicked enough to take effective steps to rein in the pandemic at least somewhat.

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