The graphics from again are spectacularly informative, if not cheerful
Show don't tell. Slide the timeline bar on this interactive graphic
The fact is that Donald Trump has no plan for this. does.
We're headed for a third peak. Why? Because this administration failed to face the facts and failed to come up with a national strategy. Let's vote for change and for an administration that will know what a fact is. #VOTE
Is the U.S. heading for its third coronavirus peak? After growth of the pandemic slowed in late summer, the daily count of new cases has been rising steadily since mid-September.
Cases of the coronavirus in the U.S. are surging again after falling from a summer peak. And the spread to new areas of country suggests the outbreak is far from over.
The U.S. case curve is sloping upward again, climbing toward a third peak. And this time, we're starting from a higher plateau.
Coronavirus cases in the US are surging again after growth slowed in late summer. While the pandemic is now shifting to the Midwest and to more rural areas, cases are trending upward in most states, many of them setting weekly records.
What Trump and his party have wrought 1/
It didnโ€™t have to be this way. With competent leadership we - like other nations - would be at the office, in school, in social spaces. Instead, thereโ€™s at least another year of this, with countless business closures, mental health crises, and deaths.
U.S. Virus Cases Climb Toward a Third Peak, via
Hospitals have been filling up again and rural areas are seeing staggering outbreaks. Epidemiologists worry that the new peak could be the highest yet as colder temperatures will force people indoors where the virus thrives.
The continuing spread of cases to new areas of the country, and to more rural areas suggests the outbreak is far from over.
The rise in cases has been especially profound in the Midwest and Mountain West. Those regions are home to almost all of the metro areas with the countryโ€™s worst outbreaks right now.
This New York Times visualization of the spread of coronavirus through the regions of the US is really well done. Source:
"The number of new coronavirus cases in the United States is surging once again after growth slowed in late summer. While the geography of the pandemic is now shifting to the Midwest and to moreย rural areas, cases are trending upward in most states..."
โ€œI think we are in a dangerous place.โ€ -Dr. The US is headed into another surge in #coronavirus cases & hospitalizations, starting from a higher plateau than last time. This is not good.
People, wear your masks, please
The US looks like it is on fire in this amazing data visualization via #MaskUp
U.S. #COVID19 Cases Climb Toward a Third Peak
Oh, good: U.S. #COVID19 Virus Cases Climb Toward a Third Peak
U.S. Virus Cases Climb Toward a Third Peak
Covid cases surging again in the US. i would love someone, anyone, to put the simple question to Trump or Pence - what is the actual plan? (beyond a miracle vaccine)
This is not even close to over.
โ€œWe are headed in the wrong direction.โ€โ€”
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U.S.๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ Climbs Toward Third Peak, With #Coronavirus Cases Rising in 41 States, and the pandemic shifting to the Midwest and to more rural areas, via #Covid19
The virus like water finds the path of least resistance.
The third peak is coming. But no worries, we got it under control.
Trumpโ€™s healthcare plan: #CovidforAll
โ€œAre the fires of Hell a-glowing Is the grisly reaper mowing Yes, the danger must be growing For the rowers keep on rowing And theyโ€™re certainly not showing Any signs that they are slowing.โ€ - R. Dahl
Nice #covid19 positive case trend #visualization from the New York Times #dataviz #infographic
โ€œWe are headed in the wrong direction," said Caitlin Rivers, an epidemiologist at Johns Hopkins University. -
This graphic would be so much cooler if the red spikes weren't representations of mass death and suffering caused by our failed, dishonest government.
Act 1: Not a problem, just affecting those Democrat City. Act 2: It'll be over and forgotten by election day. Act 3: I'm invincible! Remember when we were worried about a second wave? Sigh.
The number of new coronavirus cases in the United States is surging once again after growth slowed in late summer. (via )
Utterly depressing and utterly predictable ---> U.S. Virus Cases Climb Toward a Third Peak
U.S. Virus Cases Climb Toward a Third Peak
Remember the old days when we thought that 1st peak was high? U.S. Virus Cases Climb Toward a Third Peak #COVID #maskup
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This graphic is fascinating, and very sad. "U.S. Virus Cases Climb Toward a Third Peak"
U.S. Virus Cases Climb Toward a Third Peak - The New York Times