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Post-Thanksgiving surge is over, except in New York

December 31, 2020 pm31 2:50 pm

For the country as a whole, the surge peaked from December 8 through December 23, with the peak of the peak on December 18:

Notice the spring peak (NY, NJ, CT, MA, CA, WA, etc)  just looks like a little bump. The late-July/early-August peak happened mostly in places that did not see a spring surge (see Florida, below). And the post-Thanksgiving surge looks just like the epidemiologists told us it would.

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Except in New York State. In New York State, and only in New York State, the surge was there on December 8, but continues getting worse:

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What about New York’s neighbors? (you may want to disregard Vermont, where the rate is extremely low)

It is true that Massachusetts’ rate does not seem to be going down very much, but it is going down a little, and it is clearly not going up. The only one going up is New York.

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What about other states in the Mid-Atlantic?

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What about other states in New England? (Maine, with a relatively low rate, has plateaued, not gone down)

   

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What about other states with lots of cases?

 

And it’s not an Italian-American governor thing. Florida looks better than New York.

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And what about Wyoming?

Peaked at Thanksgiving.

The outlier is New York State.

Source: Worldometer Info

 

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