COVID-19 (Coronavirus) resources - COVID-19 (Coronavirus) On this page Fact sheets and brochures Easy English The Relationship Between Temperature and Fall Cases – A Case of Three Regions – Smart Remarks Fall temps are negatively correlated with COVID-19 cases. As it gets colder, people spend more time indoors, where the virus is more easily spread. Since Fall began COVID-19 has been surging again, but still varies dramatically by region. The Midwest is the hardest hit region. Meanwhile, cases in the Northeast are on the rise, but still lower than any other area. Looking at a trend line that takes this into account, we see a decent fit – over half the variation can be explained by the average Fall temperature for a state (expressed in degrees Fahrenheit) along with three regional categories (Midwest, South and West combined, and Northeast.
Announcing Live-Streamed Concert Database — Classical Music Communications In our brave new world of social distancing, live-streamed concerts are becoming the new norm and a prime source of cultural entertainment. With that in mind, Classical Music Communications is excited to share this collaborative database of concerts that are offered live on the internet. View the embedded document below, or visit directly. If you’re a musician, presenter, or just know of a concert that you don’t see included here, you can add the info on this form and it will automatically be added to the database: Stay safe, healthy, and let’s flatten the curve!
Coronavirus tracked: the latest figures as countries fight to contain the pandemic FT Visual & Data Journalism team November 10, 2020 Print this page The human cost of coronavirus has continued to mount, with more than 50.2m cases confirmed globally and more than 1.24m people known to have died. The World Health Organization declared the outbreak a pandemic in March and it has spread to more than 200 countries, with severe public health and economic consequences. Map and timeline of Idaho confirmed coronavirus cases Use our interactive map and tracker to see the COVID-19 spread in Idaho. BOISE, Idaho — We're posting live updates to the coronavirus situation in Idaho (see the latest real-time updates here). Some of those numbers local districts release might change if a positive case is determined to be an out of state resident - they will the be added to another state's total number of cases instead of Idaho. You can also scroll down to see a timeline tracking how many cases the state had since Idaho's first confirmed coronavirus case on March 13. Map of Idaho confirmed coronavirus (COVID-19) cases: Timeline of COVID-19 cases in Idaho:
How coronavirus 'changes the game' for the anti-vaccination movement Posted about an hour agoSat 30 May 2020, 11:35pm As humanity waits impatiently for a coronavirus vaccine, a determined minority is exploiting the crisis to push the health debate down a path of alternative truth. Key points: Third Surge Brings Record-Breaking Case Rates Across the Nation, This Week in COVID-19 Data, Oct 29 This week’s update is brought to you by Artis Curiskis, Alice Goldfarb, Erin Kissane, Júlia Ledur, Alexis Madrigal, Jessica Malaty Rivera, Charlotte Minsky, Kara Oehler, Joanna Pearlstein, Sara Simon, Peter Walker, and Nadia Zonis. The United States set a new record for reported cases this week, breaking 500,000 for the first time in the pandemic as the third surge continued to build across nearly every state in the country. Twenty-five states have set a new record for cases in the last two weeks, including 17 states with record highs since last Wednesday. The country reported a record number of tests at 8.2 million, but case growth (24 percent) far outpaced test growth (9 percent), as we explained earlier this week. That’s also true for the entire month of October: Forty-seven of the 50 states, along with the District of Columbia, have seen cases rise faster than reported tests since October 1.
SBA Disaster Loan Covid 19 – TDEM WHEREAS, the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has been recognized globally as a contagious respiratory virus; and WHEREAS, as of March 13, 2020, there are more than 30 confirmed cases of COVID-l 9 located in multiple Texas counties; and WHEREAS, there are more than 50 Texans with pending tests for COVID-19 in Texas; and WHEREAS, some schools, universities, and other governmental entities are beginning to alter their schedules, and some venues are beginning to temporarily close, as precautionary responses to the increasing presence of COVID- 19 in Texas; and WHEREAS, costs incurred to prepare for and respond to COVID-19 are beginning to mount at the state and local levels; and
COVID-19: This tool tracks coronavirus's path in Europe While some European countries are easing restrictions, others remain under lockdown. The World Economic Forum created a tool tracking the distinct path of COVID-19 within European countries. Europe is starting down an uneven road to recovery.