You can now get a rough estimate of how good each state is coping with the pandemic. The Johns Hopkins dashboard upgraded today. Now the side bars will give you the deaths and case load for each state. Play around with it and you’ll see.
So if you divide [deaths] by [cases] for each state you get the deaths to case ratio. It’s crude, but not too crude. Like a batting average.
So how is Delaware batting for Biden and Vermont for Sanders? They better watch their old grey butts. For Biden, Delaware is scoring a 2.99% (13 dead/ 368 cases) . For Sanders, Vermont is currently in the cellar with 4.99% (16 dead/ 321 cases). It’s early in the season, still…
Hell, those two states are both down there with Louisiana (4.25%), Oklahoma (4.16%), or Georgia (3.32%).
If I was them I would head for Boston. Massachusetts is running a 1.58% on 7738 cases. The data is showing that Beth Israel and Massachusetts General are -well, not exactly knocking them out of the park – but they seem to have their game on.
Wonder if I can get some side action on Pennsylvania?