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  1. from Ohio Dept of Health: Confirmed Cases in Ohio Today: 2199 Yesterday at 2pm: 1933
  2. This is a good idea for RTA to protect drivers from COVID-19---but they'd have to suspend fare collection first, like other agencies have done: "Laketran: Effective Wednesday, March 25, 2020, Laketran is suspending fare collection for all services until Thursday, April 30, 2020. Effective Wednesday, March 25, 2020, Route 13 is suspended. Routes 10-12 will operate on a modified schedule. Effective April 1, 2020—Passengers other than those who require the ADA ramp or bus kneeling can enter from the bus’s front door (near the bus operator). All other passengers must enter through the rear door." https://www.centerforcleveland.org/covid-19
  3. I'm Ohio born and raised as well and I took some 'we can tell where you're from' online quiz (I think advertised on NYtimes.com or WaPo) and it gave me the exact same results---American Southwest and Kentucky! I regretted wasting my time taking it....
  4. Most people are probably very happy to not be in or from Mississippi. But the way you say it.....were you supposed to be there for some reason?
  5. But what other choices are there? Granted data for hospitalizations and fatalities may allow better comparisons--but still have limitations. Not all symptomatic people or even people who have passed were/are hospitalized and not all fatalities are accurately recorded by cause of death. Comparing Cuyahoga to Lorain County is no different than comparing Ohio to Indiana or Pennsylvania--or the US to Canada or France. In the absence of accurate and consistent data, this is all we have.
  6. True--per capita is more insight than just raw numbers. This site provides per capita by counties for Cleveland--and compares it to Ohio. And it shows a 3-day history for trends. All counties are increasing in cases per capita, but none with huge jumps compared to the others. Scroll down to the third graphic. https://www.centerforcleveland.org/covid-19
  7. The output would only be somewhat useful as not everyone is tested. Many with symptoms are told to stay home and self isolate. If you are 60 years old AND symptomatic and don't have HIV or lung or other specific issues, Cleveland Clinic says you are NOT a preferred candidate for testing. https://my.clevelandclinic.org/landing/preparing-for-coronavirus#testing-tab
  8. Cases by population for Cleveland: https://www.centerforcleveland.org/covid-19
  9. See the footnote on this chart about hospitalizations on the second chart at CFC. Interesting. So the the hospitalization number being thrown out is NOT the current number of people in hospitals. https://www.centerforcleveland.org/covid-19
  10. Also: "Ohio had 6 new fatalities since yesterday, bringing the state’s total to 25. Three of these 6 fatalities were in Metropolitan Cleveland fatalities: 1 in each of Summit, Cuyahoga, and Lake Counties." https://www.centerforcleveland.org/covid-19
  11. ^No. That means 72 flights from whereever that were destined for CLE today have been cancelled. ALSO, 61 scheduled departures were also cancelled. yes, the difference between the two numbers is 11, but that doesn't mean anything about where aircraft are. UA has been storing some planes in CLE--but they're not directly tied to these numbers. DL, AA, B6, WN, Frontier---everyone is cancelling flights all over the country.
  12. "Cleveland Hopkins (CLE): Cancellations today (3/26): there are 133 flight cancellations for Cleveland Hopkins: 72 flights to Cleveland and 61 Cleveland departures. United Airlines is suspending LAX-CLE through the end of April. Currently still on the schedule at 2x daily in May." https://www.centerforcleveland.org/covid-19
  13. Interesting graphic on the suburban counties of Cleveland. can't copy and paste it for some reason. Also: "Cleveland Hopkins (CLE): --- Cancellations today (3/26): there are 133 flight cancellations for Cleveland Hopkins: 72 flights to Cleveland and 61 Cleveland departures. United Airlines is suspending LAX-CLE through the end of April. Currently still on the schedule at 2x daily in May." https://www.centerforcleveland.org/covid-19
  14. I agree that it will likely be cancelled---at least I hope so. The whole country needs to shut down otherwise we'll never get ahead of this. All the states can order quarantines, but only the Federal government can stop the flights (unless the airlines themselves to it). In the BEST CASE SCENARIO, i've heard the peak will be the end of April/early May. But that's only if the country as a whole acts now, but Trump doesn't appear remotely capable.
  15. "Cleveland Hopkins (CLE): At this time, for today [3/25]: there are 102 flight cancellations for Cleveland Hopkins: 52 flights to Cleveland and 50 Cleveland departures." https://www.centerforcleveland.org/covid-19 Will certainly hurt CLE's upward trajectory of passengers, especially as the flights that are operating are mostly empty.
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