As of 8-9-2020: @ 11:20 am, (EST) Eastern Standard Time: Worldwide coronavirus data: Total infected: 19,893,094 • Deaths: 731,081 ◊ Deaths listed by Countries. ◊ U.S. Coronavirus Cases: 5,159,320 ◊ Deaths: 165,186— WorldoMeter ◊ *The State of Indiana has 73,287 positive cases and 3,036 deaths as of 8-7-2020. ◊ *In Ohio, as of 8-7-2020, there are 99,983 positive cases and 3,676 deaths have been reported. *State totals are also from WorldoMeter. See more world-wide (ytd) statistics here.
8-9-2020: Total deaths by COVID-19: Worldwide—731,081 • U.S.—165,186 (or 22.59% of the world’s total)
This year, the Aids virus has killed over 1,019,678 people and communicable disease has claimed over 7,874,290; as of 8-9-2020. The worst killer virus? “An estimated 32 million people have died from HIV since the disease was first recognized in the early 1980s.”—Live Science. *Worldwide, over 42 million people are now infected with the Aids virus–as of 8-9-2020.
“Tuberculosis kills more people than any other infectious disease, according to information shared by the United Nations (UN); Around 1.5 million people died from the bacterial infection in 2018, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported—Over 4,000 people die of tuberculosis every day.”—DW.Com
“Nearly 700 million people get a mosquito-borne illness each year resulting in over *one million deaths.“—Wikipedia. (*Virus deaths included) “Many diseases caused by viruses and other types of microorganisms are spread to humans and animals by mosquitoes.” —Baylor College of Medicine.
“Overall, (in the U.S.) the CDC estimates that 12,000 and 61,000 deaths annually since 2010 can be blamed on the flu. (that is, 120,000-610,000 deaths in the last 10 years) This year’s flu season is shaping up to be possibly less severe than the 2017-2018 season, when 61,000 deaths were linked to the virus. However, it could equal or surpass the 2018-2019 season’s 34,200 flu-related deaths. Globally, the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that the flu kills 290,000 to 650,000 people per year.”—Explore Health. ◊ “Seasonal World Flu deaths so far this year = 296,017 (Year To Date, as of 8-9-2020)”—WorldoMeters. ◊ “There are two main types of influenza (flu) virus: Types A and B. The influenza A and B viruses that routinely spread in people (human influenza viruses) are responsible for seasonal flu.”—CDC. • The 12 most deadly viruses. Related post: The Spanish Flu of 1918.
Deaths by abortion: (as of August 9, 2020) YTD Worldwide—25,804,000 U.S.—669,000 • Total abortions in America since 1973 (2020 estimate) *64,000,000 (+-) Read more here. *Only God knows the actual number of children who have been ‘sacrificed’ to the idol of abortion.
Worldwide (YTD) deaths caused by unsafe water: (As of 8-9-2020) 510,803
“In 2018, 67,367 drug overdose deaths occurred in the United States.”—CDC. Worldwide, “Roughly 450,000 people died as a result of drug use in 2015.”—WHO. “2018 data shows that every day, 128 people in the United States die after overdosing on opioids.”–NIH.
Local Coronavirus Reports:
- As of 8-7-2020, Wayne County, Indiana reported 368 positive cases and 10 deaths. For more information on Indiana counties see this page.
- As of 8-7-2020, Darke County, Ohio reports 384 positive cases and 27 deaths. For more information on Ohio counties see this page. ◊ Local news coverage: Kicks96 News.
- Local Food Banks serving those in need. (Indiana WIC) Social Services Directory for Wayne Co., Indiana. Fayette, Co., IN. ¹ Preble County, OH. Find more sources here. Darke Co., OH. ◊ Free Covid-19 test sites have been established in Richmond, IN., and other cities. →Richmond test site: @ the former Elder Beerman store; 6th & Main Streets. (No symptoms are required for testing).
On 8-9-2020, the Dayton VA hospital reported 137 positive cases and 6 deaths. The Indianapolis VA hospital listed 449 positive cases and 48 deaths. Call your provider if symptoms develop. Dayton VA; Indianapolis VA. The VA coronavirus chatbot. “VA lead facilities reintroduce health care services while ensuring safe environment.”→ See this page for more information.
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