So, I don't think I've done a statistical site regarding the coronavirus. (A quick check tells me I have not.)
Trust me, I get that everyone is tired to talking about this - and hearing about it too. But I'll keep the topic alive until at least November 4th.
Johns Hopkins has pretty much the ultimate site for U.S. cases, which you can sort by state and by county. It confirms the number of cases and deaths.
On the right side of the screen will show you which are the top areas in the country. You don't sort there, as that will just auto-populate with each refresh.
Oh, the data refresh on this site is updated daily.
I should mention it is not just U.S. data, but you can do the global view.
BTW, we look bad. I might have to relocated to Denmark.
This is the website I look at. It's easier to decipher and goes state by state or country by country or just the world. https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ Not sure how I found your blog, but have been enjoying it for years. Yeah, Shep!
I want to SCREAM every time someone on one of our news programmes says 'JOHN Hopkins', which is often - something I'm quite sure you don't ever have to put up with - or.......
.......[cont'd] Every bit as bad as hearing of that BLOTUS-sympathetic organisation [reciprocated], namely the 'KLU Klux Klan' which too many still think is its name.
they have lovely cheeses in Denmark.
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