More cases of new Covid variant found in the U.S., threatening to worsen nation's outbreak https://t.co/VKVy2aIMAl
— CNBC (@CNBC) January 2, 2021
Here’s a look at our #COVID19 indicators for Saturday.
• 201 new hospitalizations
• 3,648 new cases
• 9.39% positivity rate (7-day avg.)
Start 2021 off right. Practice social distancing, avoid large gatherings, wear a mask and get tested.https://t.co/hnU8YAS15r
— Mayor Bill de Blasio (@NYCMayor) January 2, 2021
Today's update on the numbers:
Total COVID hospitalizations are at 7,814.
Of the 202,446 tests reported yesterday, 15,074 were positive (7.45% of total).
Sadly, there were 128 fatalities. pic.twitter.com/ilZ76LoF6u
— Andrew Cuomo (@NYGovCuomo) January 2, 2021
NEW JERSEY #COVID19 UPDATE:
➡️ 5,528 new positive cases
➡️ 488,372 cumulative total cases
➡️ 27 new confirmed deaths
➡️ 17,166 total confirmed deaths
➡️ 2,021 probable deaths
Stay safe. Avoid large gatherings. Social distance. Mask up.
— Governor Phil Murphy (@GovMurphy) January 2, 2021
Our hospitals are stretched to capacity right now. Our nurses and doctors are exhausted. They've been battling COVID-19 for months on end.
Every choice we make, we must think of them.
The vaccine is on its way, but we need to get through the worst of this first. pic.twitter.com/sxkvCSIBvU
— MayorOfLA (@MayorOfLA) January 2, 2021
For the states without active hospitalizations figures for May 15, four-week rolling new COVID hospitalizations per 10k residents are shown here. Alabama leads with 16.4 new hospitalizations per 10k residents over four weeks. pic.twitter.com/4vm84AJsdK
— Exante Data (@ExanteData) January 3, 2021
National data (CDC, Covid Tracking Project, Johns Hopkins University, New York Times)
We’re missing all data from 7 states today and 9 more didn’t update current hospitalization/ICU/vent figures. Some states are reporting normally, some are reporting multiple days of data, and almost all are dealing with at least some holiday backlogs.
— The COVID Tracking Project (@COVID19Tracking) January 3, 2021
Daily New Confirmed Cases
Daily New Confirmed Cases (7-day moving average)
Daily New Tests (7-day moving average)
Positivity Rates (7-day moving average)