The stats for COVID in Texas were once again mixed for the last two weeks (ending October 16) but the most important indicator, hospitalizations, took a distinct turn for the worse. Hospitalizations After the summer spike in hospitalizations, that metric has been mostly flat until about 10 days ago, when suddenly new hospitalizations began to […]
With Hurricane Delta in our rearview mirror, the 2020 hurricane appears to finally be over. Officially the season goes through the end of November, but storms beyond mid-October are rare. True to form for 2020, this season has been the worst since 2005 and the second worst since we began keeping record. A few weeks […]
For the last two weeks (ending October 10), the US COVID metrics have mostly moved sideways. There is, however, a hint that we may be seeing some increase in the spread of the virus, probably related to schools reopening and the relaxation of some suppression measures. Hospitalizations The number of COVID patients hospitalized in the […]
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The stats for COVID in Texas were once again mixed for the last two weeks (ending October 16) but the most important indicator, hospitalizations, took a distinct turn for the worse. Hospitalizations...
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