The global march of Omicron is still going – check out the case numbers reported on the WHO website. 2022 is showing a truly unprecedented level of cases. World wide over 22 million cases recorded in the week running up to Jan 17th. Thankfully the fatality curve has not followed suit. The US has peakedContinue reading “US Peaks on cases but not yet fatalities”
A quick snapshot of US v UK covid – and the list of states with highest rates of fatalities
Has Omicron peaked in some countries – and what are the lessons for the US. Read on – and find the connection to the Australian Open.
The state of New York, population 19 million is currently experiencing 70,000 positive new tests per day . That’s about 0.4% of the population every day! Here’s the number of positive tests for the first week: Average deaths are about 100 per day over the same period. Here’s the graphical trend – per capita atContinue reading “70,000 people are testing positive per day in NY”
This picture tells it all – new cases across America are at extreme levels: Lets look at this in table form: Perhaps the messaging on Omicron being less lethal has resulted in a false sense of confidence – as we can see average daily fatality rates starting to rise across the country: Generally a levelContinue reading “Omicron Spreads – fatalities on the rise”
As expected the Omicron wave is starting to make its presence felt in hospital capacity. Many of my readers will note that I periodically look at hospital capacity stats. TN does a nice job in making this data available. The data shows very limited capacity available to deal with additional cases. Be careful out there.Continue reading “TN icu capacity at 8%”
Thankfully the last 100,000 deaths recorded in the US took almost 4x longer to arrive than the previous one. I think its the last milestone we’ll record.
100,000 deaths is a grim milestone – but it could have been much worse – and there is reason for optimism … the stock market says so!