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Does anyone have a month by month "death count" in Kentucky due to COVID19?

I am trying to understand the logic some schools are using. 

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Live look at @Colonels_Wear_Bluetrying to keep up with the schedule changes.

I think this is awesome. Coaches who just want their kids to play. Could've easily just started prepping for next week but going to go in blind so their kids can play. I love to see it 

Sorry people but I just have to call this like it is - STUPID. Nobody is proving any point other than how easily their mind can be warped by others. I would have thought these football players and coa

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16 minutes ago, theguru said:

Does anyone have a month by month "death count" in Kentucky due to COVID19?

I am trying to understand the logic some schools are using. 

This is chart of daily deaths in Kentucky throughout the months.

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1 hour ago, Tigerpride94 said:

This is chart of daily deaths in Kentucky throughout the months.

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And some schools are "shutting down," madness... 

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On 8/2/2021 at 5:30 PM, Colonels_Wear_Blue said:

Incidence rates by county as of today, Aug 2nd.

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Am I right in saying that Boone county is orange (accelerated) because we have between 10-25 case per 100,000 people? So 100 cases out of 100,000 would be 1% right. So to be orange then 0.25% of the population needs to test positive.

Am I overthinking it?

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25 people under the age of 18 have died from covid in the state of Kentucky. 19 of them were already terminally ill or had a serious comorbidity. 80% of all covid deaths in the US have been people over 65. 95% of all covid deaths in the US have been people over 50. Vaccinated people are still getting infected and carry the same amount of spreadable virus in their nostrils as an unvaccinated person. We have to let these kids play, or we’re going to have 3rd year seniors in ‘22. 

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1 hour ago, Tigerpride94 said:

This is chart of daily deaths in Kentucky throughout the months.

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So if I’m reading this right the death rate is as low as it’s ever been since this mess began.

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56 minutes ago, Tkinslow said:

So if I’m reading this right the death rate is as low as it’s ever been since this mess began.

Yes, may tick up some as cases rise but with majority of older population vaccinated, I would be surprised if gets back to pre vaccine levels.

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I mentioned this in another thread but I think it belongs here too, what kind of monster(s) target children with these draconian measures.

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16 hours ago, theguru said:

And some schools are "shutting down," madness... 

Also, another point I came across is that off the 900 crossover/breakthrough cases in the smaller Massachusetts town only 7 of those 900 were hospitalized and none of those 7 were in serious condition. 

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Just now, 16thBBall Fan said:

Also, another point I came across is that off the 900 crossover cases in the smaller Massachusetts town only 7 of those 900 were hospitalized and none of those 7 were in serious condition. 

Breakthrough cases?

And right, anyone dying after getting the vaccine is extremely rare, time to get on with life period. 

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6 minutes ago, theguru said:

Breakthrough cases?

And right, anyone dying after getting the vaccine is extremely rare, time to get on with life period. 

Yes breakthrough brain fog moment. lol Things are getting ridiculous. I agree.

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Don’t ask don’t tell might be the new norm for playing football this year.  Keep the kid home a few days first and go from there.  

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