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Bad news for Virginia.  All numbers are up, pretty much guaranteeing we will be in house arrest for even longer.

 

Population of Virginia
2019:  8,535,519

Data from the Virginia Department of Health

Date                   Tested        Cases        Hospitalized    Released*    Deaths        Recovered
04/11/2020    37,999        5,077        837                                              130               xxxxxxxxx
04/12/2020    39,985        5,274        872                                              141               xxxxxxxxx
04/13/2020    41,401        5,747        903                      467                149               xxxxxxxxx
04/14/2020    42,763        6,171        978                      721                154               xxxxxxxxx
04/15/2020    44,169        6,500        1,048                  752                195               xxxxxxxxx

* Virginia Department of Health does not track recoveries, people released from hospital care reported by
the Virginia Hospital & Healthcare Association.

 

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So Major Burns Governor Northam said it is still a constantly changing situation. 

He is not, at this time, changing his executive order number 55, the house arrest stay at home order, that expires June 10.

His executive order number 53, which closes dine-in restaurants/bars, barber shops/hair/massage salons, theaters, bowling alleys, entertainment businesses, gatherings of 10 or more, and all non-essential businesses was set to expire on April 23 has been extended to May 8.

He did not mention his order of public health emergency number 2, which closes most medical and dental offices in Virginia until April 24, but the American Dental Association has recommended all dental offices nationwide should remain closed until at least April 30.  Guess we'll see what happens with that.

 

The Small Business Administration blessed my office with a whopping $3000 grant.  That will cover rent, natural gas, and the electricity bill for 1 month.

 

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We're doing okay here in Montana.  404 total cases, 7 deaths, currently about 275 people are recovered or recovering.

 

There are some advantages to living in a large, sparsely populated state.  My wife tells people we didn't have to change anything to be in isolation.  :)

 

OG

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1 hour ago, cobraj said:

Bleak here in Mass.. no sign of any flattening of the curve

 

I heard it was pretty bad in Massachusetts.

 

1 hour ago, Old Guy said:

We're doing okay here in Montana.  404 total cases, 7 deaths, currently about 275 people are recovered or recovering.

 

There are some advantages to living in a large, sparsely populated state.  My wife tells people we didn't have to change anything to be in isolation.  :)

 

OG

 

Glad to hear you and your wife are doing well.  There is definitely something to be said about not living in a city.  The further away from dense population centers, the harder it is for disease to spread.

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