[Coronavirus Pandemic] The daily COVID chronicle - June 5, 2020

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The daily COVID chronicle - June 5, 2020


Just for fun, here's a weekly graph of the numbers of cases that I have logged since I began this series. The blue bars represent total cases, and the red line represents new cases. The other lines are fitted curves from the LibreOffice Calc spreadsheet.

As mentioned in previous posts, here is a visualization tool for mapping the cases of COVID-19 occurrences.

According to the site, this morning's worldwide number of reported cases was 6,664,908 with 2,892,047 recoveries, 391,686 fatalities, and 1,872,660 cases in the United States (US). In the US, this represents 21,140 new cases which is an increase of 8,787 over yesterday.

Of the US cases, the site reports 485,002 recoveries, 108,211 fatalities, and 18,680,529 total tests administered. My own state, Pennsylvania, is reporting 78,335 total cases, 51,019 recoveries, 5,832 fatalities, and 491,502 total tests.

  1. Steem @leroydiener: Coronavirus COVID-19 Pandemic or Awakening?

  2. Steem @krevasilis: Quarantine in Greece day #85

  3. Steem @rt-international: US billionaires’ wealth soars by $565 BILLION during pandemic while millions lose jobs

  4. VIDEO: NYU Business Prof Explains How Coronavirus Will be A Wrecking Ball to Higher Ed - Subtitle: He notes this is the only industry in America which has yet to face significant pressures to cost-cut.

  5. Schools Turn to Surveillance Tech to Prevent Covid-19 Spread - Subtitle: Administrators hope tracking beacons will identify where students congregate and who should be isolated if someone contracts the coronavirus.

  6. Will COVID-19 Kill the Routine Physical Exam? - Subtitle: A longstanding staple of conventional medical practice looks increasingly outdated

  7. 4 key considerations in developing effective Covid-19 return-to-work policies

  8. Compare the flu pandemic of 1918 and COVID-19 with caution – the past is not a prediction

  9. COVID-19 Can Last for Several Months - Subtitle: The disease’s “long-haulers” have endured relentless waves of debilitating symptoms—and disbelief from doctors and friends.

  10. Lancet, NEJM retract controversial COVID-19 studies based on Surgisphere data

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