Friday, December 11, 2020

Situation Awareness: As of 6am 12/11/2020. COVID-19 Washington, D.C. and Nationally.,,,Nevada parking garage into a wing for COVID-19 patients.

 

COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS)

Case and Fatality Counts (as of 6AM)

 

Jurisdiction

Cases

Fatalities

DC

24,098

+244

708

+4

MD NCR

96,963

+1,280

2,166

+9

Charles

4,945

+59

108

+1

Frederick

8,226

+152

147

+0

Montgomery

37,738

+544

958

+2

Prince George’s

46,054

+525

953

+6

VA NCR

83,868

+934

1,320

+8

Arlington

7,097

+35

164

+2

City of Alexandria

6,012

+62

82

+1

Fairfax HD

35,796

+440

648

+3

Loudoun

11,420

+150

151

+0

Prince William HD

23,543

+247

275

+2

NCR Total

204,929

+2458

4,194

+21

Sources: DC Health, MDH, Prince George’s County Health Department, VDH

 

Metric

United States

Worldwide

Cases

15,616,378

+224,182

69,664,639

+693,980

Fatalities

292,190

+2,740

1,583,242

+11,866

Recoveries

5,985,047

+95,151

44,963,147

+491,607

Source: Johns Hopkins University

 

National Capital Region

·       Montgomery County: Effective Tuesday, December 15 at 5PM, a new executive order will restrict restaurant service to outdoor dining (prohibited between the hours of 10PM and 6AM). Carry-out delivery and drive-through service will be allowed to continue, indoor sports gatherings to a maximum of 10 people. Retail establishments changed to one person per 200 square feet of retail space, not to exceed a maximum of 150 persons.

 

·       Virginia: Effective Monday, December 14 through January 31, officials have enacted universal mask requirements, a curfew from 12AM to 5AM, and a reduction in social gatherings (from 25 to 10 people).

 

United States

·       Nevada: As cases surge in Reno, a hospital has turned its parking garage into a wing for COVID-19 patients.




Parking garage becomes hospital wing in Reno Nevada (Source: CNN)

 

·       Nationwide: The practical effectiveness of consumer-grade masks available to the public is, in many cases, comparable with or better than their non-N95 respirator medical mask counterparts.

 

·       Nationwide: Supply Chain Organizations have requested that cargo transportation workers be on the priority list to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, as they are working to prepare for vaccine distribution. Timely access to the vaccine will minimize the potential for supply chain disruptions, delays in vaccine distribution, and further adverse economic impact.

 

·       Nationwide: The Department of Defense plans to administer its initial allocation of 43,875 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to uniformed service members, civilian employees, and select DoD contract personnel as authorized in accordance with DoD regulation. Prioritization schema includes those providing direct medical care, maintaining essential national security and installation function, deploying forces, and those beneficiaries at the highest risk for developing severe illness from COVID-19.

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