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Yahoo Finance: Increasing number of Republican states projected to see a spike in coronavirus deaths


According to a Yahoo Finance analysis of the University of Washington Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation’s (IHME) coronavirus death toll model, there is an increasing number of Republican states that are projected to have the highest increases in COVID-19-related deaths.

A previous analysis of the death toll projections for all 50 states and Washington, D.C. found that eight of the top 10 states with the greatest estimated death increases had Republican governors. That figure has now been increased to nine.

What’s more, the analysis found that Republicans govern roughly 70% of the states in the country with the highest increases in death projections.

Yahoo Finance looked at the current death toll projections through October 1, and compared them with the number of recorded deaths in May. For consistency, the analysis uses IHME figures for all data. ...

All states that cracked the top 10 have more than a 500% increase in the anticipated number of deaths when compared to the recorded death toll in May. For some states, the latest death toll projection increases also represent large upticks over the previously recorded rates.

In other words, thanks to re-openings, IHME’s death toll projections were revised sharply upwards for some states over others. Oregon’s new projections are an 800% increase over the previous predictions. Arkansas’ new death toll figures represent a 600% increase.

However, states with Democratic leadership are faring much better than their Republican counterparts, Yahoo Finance found. Seven of the 10 states at the bottom have Democratic governors.

At the very bottom of the list sits New York, which is only anticipated to see a 20% spike in deaths over the number of deaths recorded in May. While New York is among the highest in the country in terms of absolute number of deaths, the projection of the state’s death toll has remained fairly flat.

Included in the bottom are Vermont, Michigan, New Jersey, Connecticut, Idaho, Massachusetts, Louisiana, Colorado, and Oklahoma. All states except Oklahoma are anticipated to have less than a 100% increase in coronavirus deaths by October from the recorded levels in May.
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KOLD: Gov. Ducey closes all bars, gyms, movie theaters for 30 days

TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) - Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has ordered all bars, nightclubs, gyms, movie theaters and water parks to close for 30 days due to the spike in COVID-19 cases.

The start of school was pushed back to Aug. 17, but Ducey said that could change again if the virus spreads more.

Ducey made the announcement during a news conference Monday, June 29. The executive order goes into effect at 8 p.m. Monday.

“This will help relieve stress on our health care system and give time for new transmissions to slow,” Ducey tweeted out.
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Reuters: Kansas governor to order most Kansans to wear a mask in public

June 29 (Reuters) - Kansas Governor Laura Kelly on Monday said that she will sign an executive order requiring that most state residents must wear a mask in public in an attempt to slow the spread of COVID-19.

Under the order that will go into effect on Friday, most Kansans must wear masks in stores and shops, and in any place where social distancing of 6 feet (1.83 meter) cannot be maintained, including outside, her office said in a statement.
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The chickens are coming home to roost for all of these trump-loving republican governors. Science will win out in the end.
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NJ.com: N.J. restaurants NOT reopening for indoor dining this week after ‘knucklehead’ crowds at bars ruin it for everyone


New Jersey will not reopen indoor dining this week as planned in the first major reversal of the state’s Phase 2 coronavirus reopening plan, Gov. Phil Murphy announced Monday.

Indoor dining was scheduled to resume Thursday along with several other big reopening steps including Atlantic City casinos, amusement parks, boardwalk rides and arcades ahead of the busy July 4th weekend. The canceled reopening also includes wedding venues and banquet halls. But the reopening of casinos remains scheduled for Thursday. ...

Murphy had provided the detailed restrictions for indoor dining at restaurants on Saturday, but changed his mind just two days later. The restrictions had included 25% capacity limits, tables spaced 6 feet apart, face coverings for staff and other rules.

“Given the current situation in numerous other states we do not believe it is prudent at this time to push forward with what is, in effect, a sedentary indoor activity – especially when we know that this virus moves differently indoors than out, making it even more deadly,” Murphy said Monday at his regular COVID-19 briefing.

“We have seen spikes in other states driven, in part, by the return of patrons to indoor dining establishments, where they are seated, and without face coverings, for significant periods of time,” he said. “We are also moved to take this step because of what we have seen in some establishments across the state of late.” ...

“But, others scenes cannot continue, and we cannot move forward unless there is complete compliance,” he said. “So, unfortunately, the national situation, compounded by instances of knucklehead behavior here at home, are requiring us to hit pause on the restart of indoor dining for the foreseeable future.”
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Idaho Statesman: Idaho governor’s staff members have tested positive for COVID-19

Two members of Idaho Gov. Brad Little’s staff have tested positive for the coronavirus since the pandemic arrived in Idaho in March, according to a spokesperson.

“In both instances, neither staff member had contact with the governor during the infectious period,” spokesperson Marissa Morrison Hyer said by email Monday.

The governor himself has not been tested for the coronavirus, she said.

Asked about the governor’s requirements for staff to protect themselves and others from the virus, she said the office “adheres to all business protocols, including cloth face coverings, physical distancing, hand sanitizer and routine and thorough sanitizing of shared spaces such as conference rooms. Cloth face coverings are strongly encouraged to be worn by staff members during both business hours and during their free time.”

More than 4,700 people in Idaho have tested positive for the virus, which causes the disease COVID-19. The virus has a growing foothold in Idaho’s capital city of Boise, where Little’s office is located and where public health officials reported record-breaking numbers of cases in the past week.
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Arizona Republic: Gov. Doug Ducey is not up to dealing with COVID-19, Arizona. You're on your own

Opinion: Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey is trying to manage the novel coronavirus like a business. It's been a disaster.
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Politico: Behind the Trump team’s U-turn, mounting fears about a mission-accomplished message

After weeks of celebrating states that reopened, the vice president and others on Monday changed course — commending governors who slowed their plans.
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NBC News: S. Dakota Gov. Noem says 'we will not be social distancing' at July 3 celebration with Trump at Mount Rushmore

Thousands of people are expected for the event. Masks are optional, too.

WASHINGTON — South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem says the thousands of people who attend the July 3 celebration for Independence Day at Mount Rushmore with President Donald Trump will not be required to practice social distancing despite an increase in coronavirus cases across the country.

"We will have a large event at July 3rd. We told those folks that have concerns that they can stay home, but those who want to come and join us, we'll be giving out free face masks, if they choose to wear one. But we will not be social distancing," Noem, a Republican, said in an interview Monday night on Fox News' "The Ingraham Angle."
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Some governors we ought not look to.

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No one seems to quite understand what this is all about, but it's not good.

https://www.politico.com/states/florida ... ce-1296178
TALLAHASSEE — With a stroke of his veto pen, Gov. Ron DeSantis wiped out the entire $29.4 million budget for a suite of online education services that have become critical to students and faculty during the Covid-19 outbreak.

The move, barring action before midnight Tuesday, will kill the Complete Florida Plus Program, an array of technology systems that faculty, staff and students throughout Florida rely on, never more so than now, in the midst of a pandemic that has amplified reliance on distance learning. The cuts include a database of online courses and an online library service that provides 17 million books to 1.3 million students, faculty and staff.

At least 2,000 adult learners could be cut off from their scholarships and school accreditation could even be at risk without the resources housed under Complete Florida, which are used by students at high schools, state colleges and universities. Some 150 employees in Tallahassee, Gainesville and Pensacola stand to lose their jobs.

DeSantis, whose office declined to comment on the cut, on Monday vetoed $1 billion from Florida’s 2020-21 budget as the state attempts to beat back a resurgence of the viral outbreak, which has sickened 152,434 people and killed 3,505 in one of the country's hottest Covid-19 zones.
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There's a complete list of what was cut here:

https://www.tampabay.com/florida-politi ... t-got-cut/
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Tampa Bay Times: Florida records 58 deaths and more than 6,000 new coronavirus cases

Florida topped 150,000 recorded coronavirus infections on Tuesday with 6,093 cases reported in the previous 24 hours.

Since the first case in early March, the state has seen 152,434 infections from the virus. It has also recorded 3,604 deaths, 58 of them on Tuesday. Another 228 hospitalizations were also recorded, meaning 14,879 people in the state — about 10 percent of all cases — have required hospital care.

The cases reported Tuesday follow a record-high Saturday, when new cases for the day hit more than 9,500.

Across the state, leaders have struggled over how best to implement health and safety practices. Gov. Ron DeSantis has urged people to wear masks but stopped short of mandating them.
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Dallas Observer: Jenkins Urges Statewide Safety Requirements in a Letter to Abbott


Dallas County’s new coronavirus cases continues to rapidly climb. June 1, the county counted 220 new cases. Sunday, the number jumped to 570.

The disturbing trend prompted Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins to write a letter to Gov. Greg Abbott on Sunday. In it, he urges Abbott to impose statewide social distancing and mask-wearing mandates.

“Our ability to control the spread and impact of COVID-19 in our community is critical to our ability to allow our shared constituents to stay safe and thrive,” Jenkins wrote.

Throughout the pandemic, Jenkins and Abbott have butted heads over the capacity of local and state governments to enforce safety requirements. Jenkins has condemned Abbott for being too lax with regulations. Abbott has criticized Jenkins for measures that landed Dallas hair salon owner Shelley Luther in jail.
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Austin Monitor: Without rapid behavior change, Austin heads for stage 5 shutdown
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Cuomo ended his daily pressers a couple weeks ago. But he holds one at least once a week. In addition to giving an update on the State's COVID status and thoughts on re-imagining the police, he has taken on the task of being "the" voice in opposition to Bunker Boy on COVID.

His pressers should be required viewing by every governor and mayor in the country. Amazing to see this example of how it should be done, the leading thing.

This is what Chuck Schumer would be doing if had an ounce of vision and compassion.

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https://patch.com/pennsylvania/pittsbur ... aign=alert
HARRISBURG, PA — Officials in Pennsylvania on Wednesday expanded mask-wearing requirements amid the coronavirus pandemic, making it mandatory that all residents wear a mask anytime they leave home.

This is one step further than the previous rule of making face coverings mandatory while in businesses.

The order, signed by the health secretary under the Disease Prevention and Control Act, takes effect immediately.

"This mask-wearing order is essential to stopping the recent increase in COVID-19 cases we have seen in Pennsylvania," Gov. Tom Wolf said. "Those hot spots can be traced to situations where Pennsylvanians were not wearing masks or practicing social distancing – two practices that must be adhered to if we want to maintain the freedoms we have in place under our reopening."
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https://www.spotlightpa.org/news/2020/0 ... rt-ruling/
HARRISBURG — The GOP-controlled legislature cannot force Gov. Tom Wolf to end his coronavirus disaster declaration, a divided state Supreme Court ruled Wednesday, handing the Democratic governor a victory that could be vital should cases surge again.

In the ruling, the high court rejected the argument that the legislature can unilaterally terminate the governor’s emergency powers by resolution. Writing for the majority, Justice David Wecht emphasized that the court was not offering an opinion on Wolf’s response to the pandemic, but rather whether lawmakers could act without facing the governor’s veto.
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AndyinPA wrote:
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https://www.spotlightpa.org/news/2020/0 ... rt-ruling/
HARRISBURG — The GOP-controlled legislature cannot force Gov. Tom Wolf to end his coronavirus disaster declaration, a divided state Supreme Court ruled Wednesday, handing the Democratic governor a victory that could be vital should cases surge again.

In the ruling, the high court rejected the argument that the legislature can unilaterally terminate the governor’s emergency powers by resolution. Writing for the majority, Justice David Wecht emphasized that the court was not offering an opinion on Wolf’s response to the pandemic, but rather whether lawmakers could act without facing the governor’s veto.
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The question is do they have the votes to override the Governor veto....
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Cleveland.com: Gov. Mike DeWine to unveil ‘next phase’ of Ohio’s coronavirus plan, including new school guidelines: Watch live


COLUMBUS, Ohio—Gov. Mike DeWine is slated to announce what he calls the “next phase” of Ohio’s coronavirus reopening process during his 2 p.m. Thursday briefing, including issuing new state guidelines for schools.

The governor has also promised to disclose what restrictions will be included in a new health order, as well as details on the seven metrics state officials are using to determine the state’s coronavirus response, including where to deploy COVID-19 tests.

Coronavirus cases are again on the rise in Ohio. On Wednesday, more than 1,000 new coronavirus cases were reported in the state, marking the highest single-day increases in cases since April. Ohio’s urban areas are driving the recent increases, particularly in Southwest Ohio.

DeWine has said his health guidelines for Ohio’s 600-plus school districts to follow when reopening in the fall won’t be mandatory. In general, the state has left it up to each school district to decide on its own plan.

After imposing a “stay-at-home” order and closing “non-essential” businesses in mid-March, the DeWine administration has been gradually rolling back restrictions during the past month.

Mass gatherings of more than 10 people are still prohibited, though there are a number of exceptions (such as weddings, funerals, protests, and church services). DeWine’s administration has also set up mandatory guidelines for a variety of economic sectors to follow, including for bars and restaurants, campgrounds, hair salons, and casinos.

DeWine’s announcement comes as several Ohio cities are imposing or considering rules requiring every person in public to wear a mask. The governor said in a statement Wednesday that such ordinances are “an appropriate and welcome response,” though to date he hasn’t disclosed any state-level rules for wearing masks.
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KXXV: Governor Abbott orders statewide use of face masks, limits gatherings to no more than 10

Governor Greg Abbott has issued an executive order requiring all Texans to wear a face covering over the nose and mouth in public spaces.

The order applies to counties with 20 or more positive COVID-19 cases, with few exceptions.

The governor also issued a proclamation giving mayors and county judges the ability to impose restrictions on some outdoor gatherings over 10 people and making it mandatory that, with certain exceptions, people cannot be in groups later than 10 and must maintain six feet of social distancing from others.

"Wearing a face covering in public is proven to be one of the most effective ways we have to slow the spread of COVID-19,” said Governor Abbott. “We have the ability to keep businesses open and move our economy forward so that Texans can continue to earn a paycheck, but it requires each of us to do our part to protect one another—and that means wearing a face covering in public spaces. Likewise, large gatherings are a clear contributor to the rise in COVID-19 cases. Restricting the size of groups gatherings will strengthen Texas’ ability to corral this virus and keep Texans safe. We all have a responsibility to slow the spread of COVID-19 and keep our communities safe. If Texans commit to wearing face coverings in public spaces and follow the best health and safety practices, we can both slow the spread of COVID-19 and keep Texas open for business. I urge all Texans to wear a face covering in public, not just for their own health, but for the health of their families, friends, and for all our fellow Texans.”
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Newsweek: At Least 12 Texas Counties Won't Enforce Governor's Face Mask Mandate
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:twisted: BUT... But... but... my constipational rights :!:

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WaPo: North Carolina governor vetoes bills to reopen gyms, fitness centers

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper (D) on Thursday vetoed three bills that would have reopened gyms, fitness centers and amusement parks more quickly than he had planned.

The legislature was also aiming to reopen skating rinks, bowling alleys and other entertainment venues, the Raleigh News and Observer reported.
Cooper also vetoed a bill titled “Freedom to Celebrate the Fourth of July,” which would have allowed parades and fireworks shows in violation of the state’s Phase 2 restrictions.

Phase 3 was scheduled to begin June 26 but has been delayed to July 17.

Since North Carolina began reopening May 8, confirmed coronavirus cases have steadily risen. On Wednesday, a state record was set with 1,843. The overall death total is 1,391, including 66 in the past three days.
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Maine to allow travelers from New York, New Jersey and Connecticut without virus test

But not those poxy Massholes. :nope:
Visitors from New York, New Jersey and Connecticut can come to Maine starting Friday without quarantining for 14 days or testing negative for the coronavirus, Gov. Janet Mills said Wednesday.

Travelers from those three states join residents of New Hampshire and Vermont who are allowed into Maine without restrictions due to low case counts, Mills said. In 2019, residents of the five states represented 40 percent of overnight visitors in Maine, according to a state study.

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Mills has held to the quarantine, saying it keeps Maine residents safe and keeps the state a safe place for tourists to visit. Residents of Rhode Island and Massachusetts — two states that also typically send many tourists here — are still not permitted to come to Maine without quarantining or obtaining a test. Mills said those two states were still not “as safe as Maine.”

Nirav Shah, director of the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention, said the weekly cases per million people in both those states was still higher than the level in Maine.

https://bangordailynews.com/2020/07/01/ ... irus-test/
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The question is do they have the votes to override the Governor veto....
Nope. That's why they went whining to the PA Supreme Court. They also don't have the votes to impeach him. They're just playing to the cheap seats with that.

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Associated Press: California governor warns local officials on enforcement

LOS ANGELES — California Gov. Gavin Newsom is warning local elected officials that they risk losing state funding if they don’t enforce health orders as the coronavirus pandemic worsens.

Newsom has rolled back or limited some businesses reopening in Los Angeles and 20 other counties, now including San Diego. Recently reopened bars, indoor restaurant dining and other indoor entertainment venues were ordered closed in those counties for at least three weeks.

About 200 state inspectors fanned out Friday to look for violators over the long Fourth of July weekend. The new enforcement strike teams issued seven citations in their first day of operation.
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I continue to get spammed by the GOP, mostly PA. The emojis add a preciousness to it.
July 3, 2020

All hail King Wolf… ?

Apparently so, according to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.

You see, on Wednesday the Pennsylvania Supreme Court had a choice.

Justices had a choice to side with freedom and civil liberties, or side with unchecked, complete abuse of executive power.

Unfortunately, the Court chose the latter and ruled against the Pennsylvania Legislature’s resolution to put an end to Governor Wolf’s executive order.

They chose to side with abuse of power. They sided with Gov. Wolf.

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court put Gov. Wolf on a pedestal by siding with him under this ruling. We need to remind the Supreme Court that Pennsylvania is a democracy -- not a kingdom for Gov. Wolf. to do as he pleases.

I am thoroughly disappointed in our state judicial system.

The fact that the PA Supreme Court bowed down to Gov. Wolf is concerning, to say the least.

Gov. Wolf is NOT my king 🙅

We, as Republicans, need to look after our Commonwealth and stand up against the radicals of the left. This should only motivate us even more to elect more conservatives to office come November.

Every day here at the PAGOP, we’re fighting to re-elect President Trump. We can’t afford the far-left policies supported by Democrats these days, especially within our own state.

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