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Old 11-02-2020, 10:34 PM   #1
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Yuma County Twitter Account

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Their reporting system seems to be superior to ours in Grayson County Texas.
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Their reporting system seems to be superior to ours in Grayson County Texas.


Yuma county population is 216,000 vs Graysonís 136,000, but according to Google our cases are 2752 with a death count of 75.
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Old 11-04-2020, 10:48 PM   #3
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https://usafacts.org/visualizations/...ty/yuma-county

Wonder what todayís numbers will be? After all we had the highest number of new cases countrywide today, over a 1,000 deaths.
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Old 11-05-2020, 11:24 AM   #4
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The virus is blowing up in several places. Time to shut it down again. Those with the power will make the rules.
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Old 11-05-2020, 12:25 PM   #5
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I live in Iowa, population 3.1M. We had 4,562 new cases reported today. Yesterday is was 2,832 new cases. The positivity county is >40%. We are hunkering down completely. I have cancelled the traditional Thanksgiving meal at our house with the kids and grandkids, and we are back to grocery pickup. We are not alone in this type of massive surge. Stay put, stay safe, keep others safe.
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Old 11-05-2020, 09:56 PM   #6
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I live in Iowa, population 3.1M. We had 4,562 new cases reported today. Yesterday is was 2,832 new cases. The positivity county is >40%. We are hunkering down completely. I have cancelled the traditional Thanksgiving meal at our house with the kids and grandkids, and we are back to grocery pickup. We are not alone in this type of massive surge. Stay put, stay safe, keep others safe.


https://weather.com/coronavirus/l/Sh...e4cf445d989848

Daughter called from OKC and said their new cases were over 2000 and deaths were low twenties.

This afternoon I went to Denison to get tires rotated on farm truck, only one wearing a mask. Error and they destroyed a stud and lug nut so I went to NAPA for a new one, only customer and employee once again wearing a mask. They didnít have the part so I went to Classic Chevrolet parts, one elderly customer was the only one besides myself wearing a mask. They didnít have the part but could get a stud from MI for $12. Plus 5 min lug nuts for $12. Each plus freight, Iím going to try other sources. Went to Tractor Supply Sherman, everyone masked up, free masks if needed at the door. Aldis for some groceries same shopping center, about a third of customers not wearing masks. Convenience store for lottery tickets in Denison on way home, only one wearing a mask again. Scarey at best.
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https://www.yumacountyaz.gov/home/showdocument?id=44787

It looks like the snowbirds can find some good news because in Yuma County only 11% of the deaths are over 65.
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It looks like the snowbirds can find some good news because in Yuma County only 11% of the deaths are over 65.


We are not going to Yuma this year. We have a full plate, finishing the barndominium here in Grayson County Texas. I can remember when 20 new cases made my heart stop. Today we had 102.

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The high numbers in Yuma county are concentrated in the Hispanic neighborhoods. This demographics page shows 72% of the cases are Hispanics and predominantly in the 20 to 44 year olds.

https://www.azdhs.gov/preparedness/e...ards/index.php

Mask wearing in stores is about 95%. I only go to town weekly and feel relatively safe. But if I hear coughing, I turn and head the other direction.
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I think the numbers will be increasing as the winter population increases. You will have people coming from all over the US, and there will be increased pressure on the resorts and social activities to start up again. More people + closer spaces = more cases. How much does the population of the Yuma area increase in the winter?
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The high numbers in Yuma county are concentrated in the Hispanic neighborhoods. This demographics page shows 72% of the cases are Hispanics and predominantly in the 20 to 44 year olds.

https://www.azdhs.gov/preparedness/e...ards/index.php

Mask wearing in stores is about 95%. I only go to town weekly and feel relatively safe. But if I hear coughing, I turn and head the other direction.
Barb, 159 new cases in Yuma County TODAY11/10/20
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I agree that the Yuma/Quartzsite area will explode with the virus come Jan/Feb if people are planning to be there as I hear they are. Travelers will carry it from one place to another.
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