We’re number one in North America. The map below shows our average number of cases per 100,000 over the last seven days to be 41.3.
The real worry is, we had 2,433 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 just yesterday. In a population of 4.4 million, that works out to about 553 cases per 100,000 people. The news can’t stop talking about India having a rate of 190 per 100,000 people so it’s insane that our infection rates are so high.
Here’s some rolling average numbers from South America right now:
As you can tell, the numbers aren’t even close and yet we still have people protesting that they don’t want to get vaccinated and who refuse to wear masks.
I’m out of school not because schools are closed but because my students have an option class with a teacher that has COVID-19 and are therefore close contacts.
I was hoping we’d be heading out of this by the end of June. Now I’m just hoping our numbers will be more reasonable by September.