Saturday, August 15, 2020

Week by week: COVID-19 cases in Texas


Welcome to Greg Abbott's shitstorm

Total tests (positive and negative) as of 8/14:  4,282,041 -- a one-week increase of 281,509 compared to 330,780 on 8/7.

New cases week by week:
  • August 8-14:        50,069  (up 1% from previous week)
  • August 1-7:          49,578  (down 3% from previous week)
  • July 25-31:           51,120  (down 18% from previous week)
  • July 18-24:           62,254  (down 8% from previous week)
  • July 11-17:          67,461  (up 19% from previous week)
  • July 4-10:            56,579  (up 23% from previous week)
  • Jun 27-Jul 3:      45,908  (up 35% from previous week)
  • June 20-26:         34,119  (up 72% from previous week)
  • June 13-19:         19,826  (up 60% from previous week)
  • June 6-12:           12,067 (up 14% from previous week)
  • May 30-June 5:   10,607 (up 40% from previous week)
  • May 23-29:             7,557  (down 8% from previous week)
  • May 16-22:             8,251
  • May 9-15:               8,589
  • May 2-8:                 7,380
  • April 24 - May 1:    6,324
  • April 17-23:            5,435



Colorado County (population 22,493; 56% white) is a Texas bot spot.



COVID-19 deaths in Texas are projected to peak on April 28.  Total projected deaths:  2,350.  (NPR)   As of 7/31, Texas has reported 8,096 deaths.

Deaths reported:
  • As of March 20 -          5
  • As of March 27 -        23
  • As of April     3 -        90     (+  67)
  • As of April   10 -      226     (+136)
  • As of April   17-       428     (+202)
  • As of April   24 -      593     (+165) 
  • As of May      1 -      816     (+234)
  • As of May      8 -   1,004     (+188)
  • As of May    15 -   1,272     (+268)
  • As of May    22 -   1,440     (+168)
  • As of May    29 -   1,626     (+186)
  • As of June      5 -   1,788     (+162)
  • As of June    12 -   1,939     (+151)
  • As of June    19 -   2,140     (+201)
  • As of June    26 -   2,324     (+184)
  • As of July       3 -   2,575     (+251) 
  • As of July     10 -   3,013    (+438)
  • As of July     17 -   3,753    (+740)
  • As of July     24 -   4,717    (+956)
  • As of July     31 -   6,569 (+1,852)
  • As of Aug       7 -   8,096  (+1,527)



Related posts:
Alabama.  (8/10/2020)
Arizona.  (8/10/2020)
Arkansas.  (8/6/2020)
California.  (8/9/2020)
Connecticut.  (8/7/2020)
Florida.  (8/10/2020)
Georgia.  (8/10/2020)
Idaho.  (8/9/2020)
Illinois.  (8/11/2020)
Indiana.  (8/15/2020)
Iowa.  (8/1/2020)
Kansas.  (8/13/2020)
Kentucky.  (8/13/2020)
Louisiana.  (8/8/2020)
Maryland.  (8/12/2020)
Massachusetts.  (8/10/2020)
Michigan.  (8/11/2020)
Minnesota.  (8/13/2020)
Mississippi.  (8/10/2020)
Montana. (8/14/2020)
Nebraska.  (8/6/2020)
Nevada.  (8/12/2020)
New Jersey,  (8/11/2020)
New York.  (8/11/2020)
North Carolina.  (8/9/2020)
North Dakota.  (8/9/2020)
Ohio.  (8/1/2020)
Pennsylvania.  (8/4/2020)
South Carolina.  (8/5/2020)
South Dakota.  (7/30/2020)
Tennessee.  (8/14/2020)
Texas   (8/15/2020)
Utah.  (8/11/2020)
Virginia.  (8/14/2020)
Washington State.  (6/12/2020)
West Virginia.  (8/4/2020)
Wisconsin. (8/13/2020)


Related reading:


Coronavirus Cases Surge In Texas Panhandle As State Continues To Reopen.  (NPR, 5/18/2020)
Texas is launching a new wave of reopenings this week, with gyms, office spaces and nonessential manufacturers allowed to open with some limitations and safety protocols. Many public health experts have warned that states such as Texas are acting too quickly.



Dear ABC13 Houston,

Texas just had its biggest weekly increase in COVID-19 cases with 8,589.  It also just registered its largest number of COVID-related deaths for 1 week.

Best,

Retiring Guy






Screenshot from Houston Chronicle (4/28/2020)
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Screenshot from Houston Chronicle (4/7/2020)


Screenshot from Houston Chronicle (3/31/2020)


Screenshot from Houston Chronicle homepage (3/27/2020)


Screenshot from Houston Chronicle homepage (3/27/2020)



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