Monterey County Coronavirus Update From A Carmel Caregiver

There were 114 new cases in Monterey County, for a total of 13,534. There were four new hospitalizations, and two new deaths reported.  Nationwide, cases were up by nearly 200K again to 11.883 million.  Deaths rose by more than 2,000 to 253,200.  In California, there were a whopping 13,725 new cases bringing the cume total to 1.086 million while deaths rose by 97 to 18,570.  These are very disturbing numbers given that we haven’t even gotten into the holiday travel season for Thanksgiving which is expected to start a new explosion of cases.  Donald Trump Jr. tested positive for coronavirus today as did his personal attorney’s son, Andrew Giulani so the White House continues to be inundated with new cases.

Trump Poised To Fire Dr. Fauci : Coronavirus Update For Monterey County From A Carmel Caregiver

There were only 15 new coronavirus cases in Monterey County, with total cases now at 11,817.  There were three new hospitalizations and no new deaths reported.  Nationwide, there were 82K new cases were reported bringing the total to 9.331 million.  There are now nearly 50,000 people hospitalized with COVID-19 on the eve of the election.  The seven-day average for new cases currently is more than 81,300, higher than any other time during the pandemic.  President Donald Trump will reportedly fire Dr. Anthony Fauci after the election.  It would be unwise to do it prior, given that Dr. Fauci’s popularity rating is much higher than President Trump’s.  In California, there were 3,665 new cases for a total to date of 940,015, while deaths rose by 9 to 17,676.

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