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Re: Montana Covid Numbers

Post by The Butcher » Fri Nov 05, 2021 7:52 am

wbtfg wrote:
Tue Nov 02, 2021 3:42 pm
91catAlum wrote:
Tue Nov 02, 2021 3:27 pm
Definitely good seeing the down trend in active cases, and the decrease in hospitalizations.
Agree...

Benefis, Bozeman Health, Kalispell, St Pete's are still all 90+% full.

Benefis, Billings Clinic, St Pete's, Missoula Community are all basically at capacity for ICU beds.

It's trending the right way, but still a ways to go.
With OSHA's issued emergency temporary standard requiring vaccination or testing we should see a dramatic decline in larger cities. Small cities probably won't see much change since there won't be too many business effected.



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Re: Montana Covid Numbers

Post by wbtfg » Tue Nov 09, 2021 10:33 am

wbtfg wrote:
Mon Nov 01, 2021 12:39 pm
wbtfg wrote:
Wed Oct 27, 2021 12:33 pm
wbtfg wrote:
Mon Oct 25, 2021 10:48 am
wbtfg wrote:
Thu Oct 21, 2021 3:14 pm
wbtfg wrote:
Tue Oct 19, 2021 9:43 pm
wbtfg wrote:
Mon Oct 18, 2021 11:36 am
wbtfg wrote:
Thu Oct 14, 2021 7:55 pm
wbtfg wrote:
Wed Oct 13, 2021 1:57 pm
wbtfg wrote:
Tue Oct 12, 2021 11:18 am
I just saw Montana set a new record for daily cases reported. I assume that's because of a 3 day weekend and it's actually 3 days worth of reporting. I wanted to post this on here just to track the covid trends. This is not an invitation to voice your political ideology, so please don't take it as such. This is strictly for data.

10/12/21

New Cases (3-day weekend): 2227
Active Cases: 12,333
(Top 5 Counties)
Yellowstone: 3228
Missoula: 2050
Kalispell: 1294
Cascade: 1127
Lewis & Clark: 876
Active Hospitalizations: 489
10/13/21

New Cases: 1346
Active Cases: 12,160
(Top 5 Counties)
Yellowstone: 3075
Missoula: 1996
Kalispell: 1273
Cascade: 1115
Lewis & Clark: 883
Active Hospitalizations: 510
Total Deaths: 2109
10/14/21

New Cases: 1300
Active Cases: 12,602
(Top 5 Counties)
Yellowstone: 3288
Missoula: 2101
Flathead: 1264
Cascade: 1215
Lewis & Clark: 828
Active Hospitalizations: 479
Total Deaths: 2121
10/18/21

New Cases: 1143
Active Cases: 11,821
(Top 5 Counties)
Yellowstone: 2691
Missoula: 2098
Flathead: 1225
Cascade: 1187
Lewis & Clark: 923
Active Hospitalizations: 477
Total Deaths: 2128
10/19/21

New Cases: 1333
Active Cases: 11,041
(Top 5 Counties)
Yellowstone: 2533
Missoula: 1891
Flathead: 983
Cascade: 1140
Lewis & Clark: 963
Active Hospitalizations: 454
Total Deaths: 2206
10/21/21

New Cases: 979
Active Cases: 10,973
(Top 5 Counties)
Yellowstone: 2377
Missoula: 1855
Flathead: 1064
Cascade: 1148
Lewis & Clark: 966
Active Hospitalizations: 434
Total Deaths: 2239

10/25/21

New Cases: 1422
Active Cases: 10,739
(Top 5 Counties)
Yellowstone: 2092
Missoula: 1774
Flathead: 1270
Cascade: 1079
Lewis & Clark: 833
Active Hospitalizations: 447
Total Deaths: 2259
10/27/21

New Cases: 994
Active Cases: 11,041
(Top 5 Counties)
Yellowstone: 2617
Missoula: 1600
Flathead: 1226
Cascade: 1260
Lewis & Clark: 881
Active Hospitalizations: 463
Total Deaths: 2321

Big jump in deaths. Also an increase in active cases and hospitalizations...both numbers that had been steadily declining.

Also, according to Monday's hospital report. It looks like the state has/had 458 patients hospitalized. 121 of those in ICU, 76 on Ventilators. Benefis (great falls), St. Peter's (helena), and Kalispell Regional are all at or over bed capacity.

Bozeman Health, St. Peters, Benefis, St. Patrick's (Missoula) and Missoula Community are all pretty much at/over capacity for ICU beds.

https://montana.maps.arcgis.com/apps/Ma ... 2103421d4b
11/1/21

New Cases: 1137
Active Cases: 9,528
(Top 5 Counties)
Yellowstone: 2053
Missoula: 1343
Flathead: 960
Cascade: 1024
Lewis & Clark: 1040
Active Hospitalizations: 395
Total Deaths: 2366

Big decrease in hospitalizations, and overall active cases. Lewis and Clark county had a pretty big increase in active cases, where almost everyone else is on the decline.
11/8/21

New Cases: 908
Active Cases: 7,815
(Top 5 Counties)
Yellowstone: 1874
Missoula: 800
Flathead: 623
Cascade: 707
Lewis & Clark: 954
Active Hospitalizations: 351
Total Deaths: 2423

Numbers continue to decline, which is great. Many hospitals still maxed out (according to the hospital report). Hospitalizations and Deaths are a lagging number, so hopefully we see some sharp drops in the near future.

Great Falls Benefis, Bozeman Deaconess, Kalispell Regional, Helena St. Peters all still over 90% capacity.

Great Falls Benefis, Billings Clinic, Bozeman Deaconess, Missoula Community, Butte St. James, Missoua St Patricks, Helena St. Peters, all at or nearing capacity for ICU beds.

https://montana.maps.arcgis.com/apps/Ma ... 2103421d4b



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Re: Montana Covid Numbers

Post by wbtfg » Mon Nov 15, 2021 5:26 pm

wbtfg wrote:
Tue Nov 09, 2021 10:33 am
wbtfg wrote:
Mon Nov 01, 2021 12:39 pm
wbtfg wrote:
Wed Oct 27, 2021 12:33 pm
wbtfg wrote:
Mon Oct 25, 2021 10:48 am
wbtfg wrote:
Thu Oct 21, 2021 3:14 pm
wbtfg wrote:
Tue Oct 19, 2021 9:43 pm
wbtfg wrote:
Mon Oct 18, 2021 11:36 am
wbtfg wrote:
Thu Oct 14, 2021 7:55 pm
wbtfg wrote:
Wed Oct 13, 2021 1:57 pm
wbtfg wrote:
Tue Oct 12, 2021 11:18 am
I just saw Montana set a new record for daily cases reported. I assume that's because of a 3 day weekend and it's actually 3 days worth of reporting. I wanted to post this on here just to track the covid trends. This is not an invitation to voice your political ideology, so please don't take it as such. This is strictly for data.

10/12/21

New Cases (3-day weekend): 2227
Active Cases: 12,333
(Top 5 Counties)
Yellowstone: 3228
Missoula: 2050
Kalispell: 1294
Cascade: 1127
Lewis & Clark: 876
Active Hospitalizations: 489
10/13/21

New Cases: 1346
Active Cases: 12,160
(Top 5 Counties)
Yellowstone: 3075
Missoula: 1996
Kalispell: 1273
Cascade: 1115
Lewis & Clark: 883
Active Hospitalizations: 510
Total Deaths: 2109
10/14/21

New Cases: 1300
Active Cases: 12,602
(Top 5 Counties)
Yellowstone: 3288
Missoula: 2101
Flathead: 1264
Cascade: 1215
Lewis & Clark: 828
Active Hospitalizations: 479
Total Deaths: 2121
10/18/21

New Cases: 1143
Active Cases: 11,821
(Top 5 Counties)
Yellowstone: 2691
Missoula: 2098
Flathead: 1225
Cascade: 1187
Lewis & Clark: 923
Active Hospitalizations: 477
Total Deaths: 2128
10/19/21

New Cases: 1333
Active Cases: 11,041
(Top 5 Counties)
Yellowstone: 2533
Missoula: 1891
Flathead: 983
Cascade: 1140
Lewis & Clark: 963
Active Hospitalizations: 454
Total Deaths: 2206
10/21/21

New Cases: 979
Active Cases: 10,973
(Top 5 Counties)
Yellowstone: 2377
Missoula: 1855
Flathead: 1064
Cascade: 1148
Lewis & Clark: 966
Active Hospitalizations: 434
Total Deaths: 2239

10/25/21

New Cases: 1422
Active Cases: 10,739
(Top 5 Counties)
Yellowstone: 2092
Missoula: 1774
Flathead: 1270
Cascade: 1079
Lewis & Clark: 833
Active Hospitalizations: 447
Total Deaths: 2259
10/27/21

New Cases: 994
Active Cases: 11,041
(Top 5 Counties)
Yellowstone: 2617
Missoula: 1600
Flathead: 1226
Cascade: 1260
Lewis & Clark: 881
Active Hospitalizations: 463
Total Deaths: 2321

Big jump in deaths. Also an increase in active cases and hospitalizations...both numbers that had been steadily declining.

Also, according to Monday's hospital report. It looks like the state has/had 458 patients hospitalized. 121 of those in ICU, 76 on Ventilators. Benefis (great falls), St. Peter's (helena), and Kalispell Regional are all at or over bed capacity.

Bozeman Health, St. Peters, Benefis, St. Patrick's (Missoula) and Missoula Community are all pretty much at/over capacity for ICU beds.

https://montana.maps.arcgis.com/apps/Ma ... 2103421d4b
11/1/21

New Cases: 1137
Active Cases: 9,528
(Top 5 Counties)
Yellowstone: 2053
Missoula: 1343
Flathead: 960
Cascade: 1024
Lewis & Clark: 1040
Active Hospitalizations: 395
Total Deaths: 2366

Big decrease in hospitalizations, and overall active cases. Lewis and Clark county had a pretty big increase in active cases, where almost everyone else is on the decline.
11/8/21

New Cases: 908
Active Cases: 7,815
(Top 5 Counties)
Yellowstone: 1874
Missoula: 800
Flathead: 623
Cascade: 707
Lewis & Clark: 954
Active Hospitalizations: 351
Total Deaths: 2423

Numbers continue to decline, which is great. Many hospitals still maxed out (according to the hospital report). Hospitalizations and Deaths are a lagging number, so hopefully we see some sharp drops in the near future.

Great Falls Benefis, Bozeman Deaconess, Kalispell Regional, Helena St. Peters all still over 90% capacity.

Great Falls Benefis, Billings Clinic, Bozeman Deaconess, Missoula Community, Butte St. James, Missoua St Patricks, Helena St. Peters, all at or nearing capacity for ICU beds.

https://montana.maps.arcgis.com/apps/Ma ... 2103421d4b
11/15/21

New Cases: 785
Active Cases: 6,991
(Top 5 Counties)
Yellowstone: 1480
Missoula: 787
Flathead: 528
Cascade: 952
Lewis & Clark: 720
Active Hospitalizations: 316
Total Deaths: 2490

Active cases continue to go down. Hospitalizations down. All good signs. 67 deaths over the past week, which isn't great, but I expect to see that number start to fall as well.



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Re: Montana Covid Numbers

Post by wbtfg » Mon Nov 22, 2021 12:28 pm

wbtfg wrote:
Mon Nov 15, 2021 5:26 pm
wbtfg wrote:
Tue Nov 09, 2021 10:33 am
wbtfg wrote:
Mon Nov 01, 2021 12:39 pm
wbtfg wrote:
Wed Oct 27, 2021 12:33 pm
wbtfg wrote:
Mon Oct 25, 2021 10:48 am
wbtfg wrote:
Thu Oct 21, 2021 3:14 pm
wbtfg wrote:
Tue Oct 19, 2021 9:43 pm
wbtfg wrote:
Mon Oct 18, 2021 11:36 am
wbtfg wrote:
Thu Oct 14, 2021 7:55 pm
wbtfg wrote:
Wed Oct 13, 2021 1:57 pm


10/13/21

New Cases: 1346
Active Cases: 12,160
(Top 5 Counties)
Yellowstone: 3075
Missoula: 1996
Kalispell: 1273
Cascade: 1115
Lewis & Clark: 883
Active Hospitalizations: 510
Total Deaths: 2109
10/14/21

New Cases: 1300
Active Cases: 12,602
(Top 5 Counties)
Yellowstone: 3288
Missoula: 2101
Flathead: 1264
Cascade: 1215
Lewis & Clark: 828
Active Hospitalizations: 479
Total Deaths: 2121
10/18/21

New Cases: 1143
Active Cases: 11,821
(Top 5 Counties)
Yellowstone: 2691
Missoula: 2098
Flathead: 1225
Cascade: 1187
Lewis & Clark: 923
Active Hospitalizations: 477
Total Deaths: 2128
10/19/21

New Cases: 1333
Active Cases: 11,041
(Top 5 Counties)
Yellowstone: 2533
Missoula: 1891
Flathead: 983
Cascade: 1140
Lewis & Clark: 963
Active Hospitalizations: 454
Total Deaths: 2206
10/21/21

New Cases: 979
Active Cases: 10,973
(Top 5 Counties)
Yellowstone: 2377
Missoula: 1855
Flathead: 1064
Cascade: 1148
Lewis & Clark: 966
Active Hospitalizations: 434
Total Deaths: 2239

10/25/21

New Cases: 1422
Active Cases: 10,739
(Top 5 Counties)
Yellowstone: 2092
Missoula: 1774
Flathead: 1270
Cascade: 1079
Lewis & Clark: 833
Active Hospitalizations: 447
Total Deaths: 2259
10/27/21

New Cases: 994
Active Cases: 11,041
(Top 5 Counties)
Yellowstone: 2617
Missoula: 1600
Flathead: 1226
Cascade: 1260
Lewis & Clark: 881
Active Hospitalizations: 463
Total Deaths: 2321

Big jump in deaths. Also an increase in active cases and hospitalizations...both numbers that had been steadily declining.

Also, according to Monday's hospital report. It looks like the state has/had 458 patients hospitalized. 121 of those in ICU, 76 on Ventilators. Benefis (great falls), St. Peter's (helena), and Kalispell Regional are all at or over bed capacity.

Bozeman Health, St. Peters, Benefis, St. Patrick's (Missoula) and Missoula Community are all pretty much at/over capacity for ICU beds.

https://montana.maps.arcgis.com/apps/Ma ... 2103421d4b
11/1/21

New Cases: 1137
Active Cases: 9,528
(Top 5 Counties)
Yellowstone: 2053
Missoula: 1343
Flathead: 960
Cascade: 1024
Lewis & Clark: 1040
Active Hospitalizations: 395
Total Deaths: 2366

Big decrease in hospitalizations, and overall active cases. Lewis and Clark county had a pretty big increase in active cases, where almost everyone else is on the decline.
11/8/21

New Cases: 908
Active Cases: 7,815
(Top 5 Counties)
Yellowstone: 1874
Missoula: 800
Flathead: 623
Cascade: 707
Lewis & Clark: 954
Active Hospitalizations: 351
Total Deaths: 2423

Numbers continue to decline, which is great. Many hospitals still maxed out (according to the hospital report). Hospitalizations and Deaths are a lagging number, so hopefully we see some sharp drops in the near future.

Great Falls Benefis, Bozeman Deaconess, Kalispell Regional, Helena St. Peters all still over 90% capacity.

Great Falls Benefis, Billings Clinic, Bozeman Deaconess, Missoula Community, Butte St. James, Missoua St Patricks, Helena St. Peters, all at or nearing capacity for ICU beds.

https://montana.maps.arcgis.com/apps/Ma ... 2103421d4b
11/15/21

New Cases: 785
Active Cases: 6,991
(Top 5 Counties)
Yellowstone: 1480
Missoula: 787
Flathead: 528
Cascade: 952
Lewis & Clark: 720
Active Hospitalizations: 316
Total Deaths: 2490

Active cases continue to go down. Hospitalizations down. All good signs. 67 deaths over the past week, which isn't great, but I expect to see that number start to fall as well.
11/22/21

New Cases: 511
Active Cases: 5,911
(Top 5 Counties)
Yellowstone: 1239
Missoula: 778
Flathead: 510
Cascade: 800
Lewis & Clark: 564
Active Hospitalizations: 266
Total Deaths: 2,567

Finally.....things look to be trending in the right direction. 77 deaths last week is an increase, but that number should start going down dramatically now.



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Re: Montana Covid Numbers

Post by MSU01 » Mon Nov 22, 2021 1:03 pm

Hopefully the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday doesn't result in too big of a spike in cases once we hit early December. Personally I know quite a few people who've ended up with COVID in the last two months or so. Fortunately all but one are vaccinated and none had severe symptoms. Vaccination rates are still way too low for this thing to be going away anytime soon.


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Re: Montana Covid Numbers

Post by BigBruceBaker » Sun Nov 28, 2021 12:28 pm

MSU01 wrote:
Mon Nov 22, 2021 1:03 pm
Hopefully the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday doesn't result in too big of a spike in cases once we hit early December. Personally I know quite a few people who've ended up with COVID in the last two months or so. Fortunately all but one are vaccinated and none had severe symptoms. Vaccination rates are still way too low for this thing to be going away anytime soon.
I'm confused by the bolded comment. If people with the vaccine are contracting and spreading covid how is covid going to go away?


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Re: Montana Covid Numbers

Post by John K » Mon Nov 29, 2021 12:53 pm

BigBruceBaker wrote:
Sun Nov 28, 2021 12:28 pm
MSU01 wrote:
Mon Nov 22, 2021 1:03 pm
Hopefully the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday doesn't result in too big of a spike in cases once we hit early December. Personally I know quite a few people who've ended up with COVID in the last two months or so. Fortunately all but one are vaccinated and none had severe symptoms. Vaccination rates are still way too low for this thing to be going away anytime soon.
I'm confused by the bolded comment. If people with the vaccine are contracting and spreading covid how is covid going to go away?
I believe he was saying he knew several people who had been vaccinated, but had contracted Covid, presumably via contact with people who weren't vaccinated.



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Re: Montana Covid Numbers

Post by BigBruceBaker » Mon Nov 29, 2021 3:03 pm

John K wrote:
Mon Nov 29, 2021 12:53 pm
BigBruceBaker wrote:
Sun Nov 28, 2021 12:28 pm
MSU01 wrote:
Mon Nov 22, 2021 1:03 pm
Hopefully the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday doesn't result in too big of a spike in cases once we hit early December. Personally I know quite a few people who've ended up with COVID in the last two months or so. Fortunately all but one are vaccinated and none had severe symptoms. Vaccination rates are still way too low for this thing to be going away anytime soon.
I'm confused by the bolded comment. If people with the vaccine are contracting and spreading covid how is covid going to go away?
I believe he was saying he knew several people who had been vaccinated, but had contracted Covid, presumably via contact with people who weren't vaccinated.
Sorry I fixed the bolded comment above. I definitely see where he knows multiple people that contracted covid and all but one were vaccinated (and still got the virus). It doesn't say anywhere that the people got it from an unvaccinated person.

My comment was specifically related to the bolded "vaccination rates are still way too low for this thing to be going away anytime soon". That comment doesn't make sense to me considering fully vaccinated people are still contracting and spreading covid. Covid is also mutating at what seems like a very rapid rate (I'm not a doctor or a scientist, just my perception) which means the vaccines will continue to be less and less effective against new mutations - they will absolutely still help, but will be less effective from what i understand. Anyway, the point is that covid isn't going away. We could vaccinate every person in the world and covid wouldn't go away, I firmly believe it would be less than what it is now however.


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Re: Montana Covid Numbers

Post by TomCat88 » Mon Nov 29, 2021 7:52 pm

BigBruceBaker wrote:
Mon Nov 29, 2021 3:03 pm
John K wrote:
Mon Nov 29, 2021 12:53 pm
BigBruceBaker wrote:
Sun Nov 28, 2021 12:28 pm
MSU01 wrote:
Mon Nov 22, 2021 1:03 pm
Hopefully the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday doesn't result in too big of a spike in cases once we hit early December. Personally I know quite a few people who've ended up with COVID in the last two months or so. Fortunately all but one are vaccinated and none had severe symptoms. Vaccination rates are still way too low for this thing to be going away anytime soon.
I'm confused by the bolded comment. If people with the vaccine are contracting and spreading covid how is covid going to go away?
I believe he was saying he knew several people who had been vaccinated, but had contracted Covid, presumably via contact with people who weren't vaccinated.
Sorry I fixed the bolded comment above. I definitely see where he knows multiple people that contracted covid and all but one were vaccinated (and still got the virus). It doesn't say anywhere that the people got it from an unvaccinated person.

My comment was specifically related to the bolded "vaccination rates are still way too low for this thing to be going away anytime soon". That comment doesn't make sense to me considering fully vaccinated people are still contracting and spreading covid. Covid is also mutating at what seems like a very rapid rate (I'm not a doctor or a scientist, just my perception) which means the vaccines will continue to be less and less effective against new mutations - they will absolutely still help, but will be less effective from what i understand. Anyway, the point is that covid isn't going away. We could vaccinate every person in the world and covid wouldn't go away, I firmly believe it would be less than what it is now however.
Yeah, you're probably right. However, we'll never find out because we'll never vaccinate everyone in the world. Polio actually still exists. In Pakistan and Afghanistan it is still classified as endemic and if you travel there and haven't been vaccinated you can still get it.


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