WARNING NOT TO LET OUR GUARDS DOWN “LET’S PLAY IT SAFE” – UPDATE

Jun 30, 2020 Article

 NOTE: WE LEFT OLDER CHARTS ON FOR COMPARISON SO PLEASE SEE DATES TO SEE WHAT CHARTS ARE CURRENT

 It is a great feeling to once again see people walking to and from shul on Shabbos. It does give a sense that things are getting “back to normal”.
Should  “back to normal” be the goal?

The natural tendency is to as quickly as possible get “back to normal”.  Some have suggested that the “normal” was not good or that we should be looking forward to getting  “better”  as individuals.  Perhaps this is our opportunity to improve ourselves and our community.

If getting “back to normal” is our main focus then we could be in for a relapse of this SUPER FLU.   No one knows for sure.  
We all hear the talk around town: “Masks are a waste.”  “Masks are MORE DANGEROUS.”  “Gloves or no gloves!?”  “This is really not any more dangerous than the flu.” “LA has a different strain than NY had.”   WhatsApp groups are suddenly dispensing medical advice and we and our neighbors have become infectious disease experts!

If there is anything we as Torah observant Jews know, it is how to follow rules and listen to our Rabbis.  Really it is up to us to use common sense and continue to follow the advice of our Rabbis and Doctors.  Keep our masks on, wash hands, and social distance.  Let’s not let our guards down!

COVID stats in LA COUNTY- There does seem to be a trend up.

BELOW IS FROM LAST WEEK 6/29

The first chart below is most current.  We left the second similar chart to show the change difference. 


THE CHARTS BELOW ARE CURRENT AS OF 7/5     12noon

THIS CHART SHOW DEMOGRAPHCIALY WHO IS TESTING POSITIVE. week of 6/25

Coronavirus (COVID-19) statistics data

About this data

It changes rapidly

This data changes rapidly and might not reflect some cases still being reported.

It only includes people tested

Cases only include people who were tested and confirmed positive. Testing rules and availability vary by country. Some areas may not have data because they haven’t published their data or haven’t done so recently.

It comes from Wikipedia

Data comes from Wikipedia, and cases are constantly updated from resources around the world. Daily situation reports are also available on the World Health Organization site.

Why do I get different data from different sources?

There are various sources that are tracking and aggregating coronavirus data. They update at different times and may have different ways of gathering data.