Sunday, February 28, 2021

CoViD-19: County Reports Lowest New Cases Since October 21 | Speakeasy & Spaghetti Shenanigans |

Me and Darren (Taken 2.18.21)

Nova has been staying with my parents so she can do online school away from the construction happening next door. (Side note, they did work today even though it is illegal to do construction in San Diego on Sundays.) When we dropped her off tonight, my mom sent us home with leftover spaghetti.
On the way home, my mom called and asked if we'd eaten the spaghetti yet. No, we were still driving home, I told her. "I'm embarrassed to tell you this, but be careful because I think I dropped 4 little screws and 4 little buttons in the sauce by accident."
She then proceeded to tell us an elaborate story about how they could've ended up there, "but the sauce is really good, so you should eat it anyway. Just be careful."
No way we're eating the spaghetti. 

Besides that, Me and Darren started watching Celia on Peacock which is super great and we hung out in the speakeasy last night. We got in a fight with the bitch next door (the same one who cut our bushes last summer.) They had a party all day in their backyard so they were stupidly drunk. I was outside when the lady and her sister came out the front door and one of them FELL OFF THE PORCH. I asked if she was okay and they started talking shit, calling me a "pinche metiche" (fucking nosy) among other names. I told Darren who then went outside to see what was up and the ladies charged at him screaming obscenities in Spanish. We had words with them about that. Then they were trying to get into their car and Darren was yelling how stupid they were for being so drunk and getting into the car, telling the sister that the neighbor needs help for her dementia. It wasn't pretty but at least they thought better of getting into the car and went back into their house. So much drama on our little block. I didn't even mention that there was yet another police incident at our gas station over the weekend with Crystal, the woman who is always screaming at her boyfriend in the alley, and the boyfriend who is always trying to calm her down. He's black and she's white and I fear one day her insanity is going to get him shot, but what can ya do if he stays and keeps putting up with her? 
Duh-ra-ma. Stay safe out there. Don't eat any screws or buttons. I'm skipping news today, but today's data is after the jump. 

  • Global COVID-19 Stats (JHU 2.28.21 10:23pm):
    • 114,067,962 Known Cases
    • 2,530,723 Known Deaths
  • US COVID-19 Stats 
    • CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Data Tracker
    • (JHU)
      • 28,605,652 Cases
      • 513,091 Deaths
    • (COVID Tracking Project):
      • 54,288 New Cases/28,350,657 Known Cases (1.7%+ Change over 7 Days)
      • 1,049 New Deaths/503,235 Known Deaths
      • 47,352 Current COVID-19 Hospitalizations
      • 9,802 Currently COVID-19 patients in ICU
      • 3,245 COVID-19 patients currently on ventilator
  • California COVID-19 Stats:
    • State of California Safe Schools For All Hub
    • Vaccination progress dashboard
    • Aggregate California ICU Bed Availability: 20.9%
    • R-effective: 0.73
    • 4,685 New Cases/3,475,562 Total Cases (0.1% increase)
    • 158 New Deaths/51,979 Total Deaths (0.3% increase)
    • 2.7% 14-day test positivity rate
    • 5,674 COVID-19 Hospitalizations (-223 patients, -3.9% from prior day)
    • 1,585 COVID-19 ICU hospitalized in CA (-66 patients, -4.2% from prior day)
    • 1,837 ICU beds available (-31 from prior day)
  • San Diego County 
    • Free Testing Sites and Schedule in San Diego
    • VaccinationSuperstationSD
    • Vaccination Dashboard
    • San Diego County Of Education School Reopening Dashboard
    • State Data:
      • Southern California ICU Bed Availability: 19.5%
      • R-effective: 0.63
      • 450 New Cases/260,091 Total Cases
      • 13 Deaths/3,284 Total Deaths
      • 16.6 cases/100k population (Assessed on 2/23. Unadjusted Case Rate)
      • 5.0% Test Positivity (Assessed on 2/23)
      • 7.4% Health Equity Positivity (Assessed on 2/23)
      • 519 COVID-19 hospitalized patients (-43 patients, -7.7% from prior day)
      • 162 COVID-19 ICU hospitalized patients (-11 patients, -6.4% from prior day)
      • 205 ICU beds available (-17 from prior day)
    • County Data:
      • 262 New Cases/260,356 Total Cases 
      • 19 New Daily Deaths/3,303 Total Deaths
      • 938,765 Doses Shipped/886,908 Doses Administered
      • 3% Daily Test Positivity/4.2% (7-day avg after 7-day lag)/4.1% Test Positivity (14-day average)
      • 15 cases/100k population (Assessed on 2/23. Adjusted case rate per 100,000 excluding prisons.) 
      • 93% Case Investigation 
      • -12.2% Day Over Day COVID-19 Hospitalizations (477 patients. -64% over 30 days)
      • 28% ICU Capacity (158 patients. -59% increase over 30 days)
      • 7 New/30 Community Outbreaks (7-day)

Dr. Duc Vuong is sick of your COVID fatigue, anti-vax nonsense. 

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