TR’s weekly report (November 29 – December 6) on Leon County COVID cases, hospitalizations, and testing positivity rates is detailed below.
TR’s November 29th weekly report can be reviewed here.
The weekly report, ending December 6th, shows an increase in cases, hospitalizations and the positivity rate.
The Leon County 7-day average (yellow-line) of reported COVID cases moved from 99 cases on November 29th to 125 cases on December 6th, a 26.3% increase.
The Leon County 7-day average (yellow-line) of reported COVID hospitalizations changed from 36 on November 29th to 38 on December 6th, a 5.6% increase.
The Leon County 7-day average (yellow line) COVID positivity rate changed from 4.81% on November 29th to 5.42% on December 6th, a 12.7% increase.
Melissa: The only reason that you have to be in a hospital to receive these wonder drugs we have developed is because of RULES! People could be treated on an out-patient basis and we could reduce hospitalizations by 90% by treating early. We could reduce deaths to zero. People are not dying because of the virus but because of the malpractice of FDA rules. Those rules send people home with NO CARE AT ALL until they are on death’s door and can be admitted to the hospital under THE RULES.
According to new data being reported by HHS last week, TMH and CRMC combined had a 7 day average of 35 people hospitalized with Covid. That’s with combined bed capacity of over 1,000 beds. Florida had a statewide open bed capacity ~20%. People seem not to realize hospitals don’t normally operate half full, if they did they would go bankrupt.
In order to receive the best care, there must be a spot for you in the hospital to receive care and therapeutics. Without a bed, you are left to die at home. With the rising numbers around the country, the stress on the healthcare system is too much to continue normally. Please stay safe to support your fellow Americans at this time.
There are only 15 cases at TMH as of Friday. With the therapeutics available we should be back to living as free men and women! Coach Bowden and Coach Lou Holtz’s both survived with the therapeutics. Quit living in fear!