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As of October 15, 216 025 deaths from coronavirus disease 2019 have been reported in the United States *; however, this number might underestimate the total impact of the pandemic on mortality. Measures of excess deaths have been used to estimate the impact of public health pandemics or disasters, particularly when there are questions about underascertainment of deaths directly attributable to event or cause. Excess deaths are defined as the number of people who have died from all causes, in excess of the expected number of deaths due to place and time. This report describes trends and demographic patterns in excess deaths during January 26 - October 3 2020. Expect numbers of deaths were estimated using overdispersed Poisson regression models with spline terms to account for seasonal patterns, using provisional mortality data from CDCs National Vital Statistics System. Weekly numbers of deaths by age group and race / ethnicity were assessed to examine the difference between the weekly number of deaths occurring in 2020 and the average number occurring in the same week during 2015 - 2019 and percentage change in 2020. Overall, estimated 299 028 excess deaths have occurred in the United States from late January through October 3 2020, with two thirds of these attributed to COVID - 19. The largest percentage increases were seen among adults aged 25 - 44 years and among Hispanic or Latino people. These results provide information about the degree to which COVID - 19 deaths might be underascertained and inform efforts to prevent mortality directly or indirectly associated with COVID - 19 pandemic, such as efforts to minimize disruptions to health care. Estimates of excess deaths can provide a comprehensive account of mortality related to the COVID - 19 pandemic, including deaths that are directly or indirectly attributable to COVID - 19. Estimates of numbers of deaths directly attributable to COVID - 19 might be limited by factors such as availability and use of diagnostic testing and accurate and complete reporting of cause of death information on death certificate. Excess death analyses are not subject to these limitations because they examine historical trends in all - cause mortality to determine the degree to which observed numbers of deaths differ from historical norms. In April 2020, CDCs National Center for Health Statistics will begin publishing data on excess deaths associated with the COVID - 19 pandemic. This report describes trends and demographic patterns in the number of excess deaths occurring in the United States from January 26 2020, through October 3 2020, and differences by age and race / ethnicity using provisional mortality data from NVSS. Excess deaths are typically defined as the number of people who have died from all causes, in excess of the expected number of deaths for give place and time. A detailed description of the methodology for estimating excess deaths has been described previously. Briefly, expected numbers of deaths are estimated using overdispersed Poisson regression models with spline terms to account for seasonal patterns. Average expected number, as well as upper bound of 95% prediction interval, are used as thresholds to determine the number of excess deaths and percentage excess.

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Timeline of Events

China reported no new local Coronavirus Cases for the third consecutive day. Angola, Eritrea, and Uganda confirmed their first cases of Coronavirus. Mauritius reported its first Coronavirus death. Bolivia Announces Total 14 - Day quarantine. Chile Reports First Coronavirus death. Vietnam suspended all inbound international flights. Egypt closed all mosques and churches for 14 days. Pakistan Ban all incoming flights. Colombia Announces mandator 19 - Day isolation period as a preventative measure. United Arab Emirates announce First Coronavirus - Related Deaths. Arizona records first Coronavirus death. Italy recorded 627 deaths, largest single increase since the onset of the outbreak. The United States CDC reports more than 18 000 Coronavirus Cases. Cuba closes its borders to non - citizens and non - residents. Ohio Reports First Coronavirus death. Zimbabwe Reports First Coronavirus case. US stocks closed their worst week since the 2008 Financial Crisis. Canada announced it will turn back asylum seekers at the US border. Who delivers more than 1. 5 million Coronavirus lab test kits around the world. Washington DC Reports First Coronavirus death. Hong Kong confirmed the largest single day increase of 48 Coronavirus Cases. Trump invoked Defense Production ACT to disperse medical supplies to Hospitals. Italys Coronavirus death toll surpasses China's China Reports zero new local Coronavirus virus infections. California issues stay - at - home orders for all of its 40 million residents. Connecticut postpones primaries to June 2. India bans all incoming international flights. The Indian government bans exports of masks, ventilators, as well as certain medications and supplements. Vermont Reports First Coronavirus - Related Deaths. Peru confirms First Coronavirus death. Haiti enters full - lockdown. The United States CDC reports more than 13 000 Coronavirus Cases. The G7 summit is to be held via videoconference. France Reports over 10 000 Coronavirus Cases. The US Department of States issues Level - four Do not Travel advisory. Italy surpasses China as the country with the most Coronavirus Deaths. Prince Albert of Monaco tested Positive for Coronavirus. Trump signs Families First Coronavirus Response ACT into law. The United States and Canada suspended non - essential travel between the two countries. Belgium imposed a lockdown to help curb the spread of Coronavirus. Macao closes its borders to all non - citizens and residents. Maryland Reports First Coronavirus death. The European Union closes its borders to all non - essential travel. Russia closed its borders to all non - citizens, residents, and diplomats - effective until May. Bolivia closed its borders and suspended all non - essential flights. Turkey confirmed its first Coronavirus death. West Virginia confirmed its first Coronavirus casemaking virus present in all 50 UNITED States. Gambia Reports First case of Coronavirus. Guatemala blocks US deportation flights to curb the spread of Coronavirus. Montenegro Reports the First Two Cases of Coronavirus. Iran R eleases 85 000 prisoners in a bid to curb the spread of the virus. Malaysia Announces First Two Coronavirus Deaths. Cdc Reports over 4 000 Coronavirus Cases in the UNITED States. South Carolina Reports First Coronavirus related death. China closed all 16 temporary Hospitals in Wuhan. Georgia close all public schools until March 31. San Francisco closes all public schools for three weeks. Malaysia introduced a movement control order. Colombia closes its borders to non - citizens and residents.

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Discussion

The US Food and Drug Administration announced that a public meeting of Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee will be held on Oct. 22, 2020, to discuss the general matter of development, authorization, and / or licensure of Vaccines indicated to prevent COVID - 19. Fda has scheduled a meeting of Its Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee to address general development of COVID - 19 Vaccines on October 22. The agency is also prepared to rapidly schedule additional meetings of this Committee upon submission of any applications as appropriate, say FDA Commissioner Stephen M. Hahn, MD. I want to assure the American people that the process and review for vaccine development will be as open and transparent as possible. Discussion with this Committee, made up of outside scientific and public health experts from around the country, will help ensure clear public understanding regarding clinical development of these Vaccines indicated to prevent COVID - 19 and data needed to facilitate their authorization or licensure. It is critical for people to see FDA expectations for data to support safety and effectiveness. The meeting will be held on Oct. 22, 2020, from 10: 00 am ET to 5: 00 pm ET via webcast. Fda intends to make background material available to the public, including the meeting agenda and Committee roster, no later than two business days before the meeting. In general, advisory committees include a chair, several members, plus consumer, industry and sometimes patient representative.S Additional experts with special knowledge may be added for individual meetings as needed. Although committees provide advice to agency, final decisions are made by FDA. Fda, agency within the US Department of Health and Human Services, protects public health by assuring safety, effectiveness, and security of human and veterinary drugs, vaccines and other Biological products for human use, and medical devices. The agency is also responsible for the safety and security of our nation's food supply, cosmetics, dietary supplements, products that give off electronic radiation, and for regulating tobacco products.

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The places hit hardest

The Coronavirus pandemic has thrown America into coast - to - coast lockdown, spurring ubiquitous economic impacts. Data on smartphone movement indicates that virtually all regions of the nation are practicing some degree of social distancing, resulting in less foot traffic and sales for businesses. Meanwhile, last week's release of unemployment insurance claims confirms that every state is seeing a significant rise in layoffs. And yet, while the public health and economic impacts of viruses are already massive, it would not be right to say that the crisis is evenly distribute. To contrary, new Brookings analysis of county - level infection and economic data shows that nations COVID - 19 case load not only remain heavily concentrate, but that the hardest - hit counties and metro areas constitute the very core of nations ' productive capacity. The new analysis underscores the extent to which discussions of when to restart nations ' economy will need to focus on conditions in nations most impacted by urban hubs. To explore these issues, we first analyzed the economic profile of counties that have the highest rate of coronavirus infections, drawing on New York Times case count on the number of infections in every US County as of March 31. Then we associate infection data with basic economic data reporting counties employment and gross domestic product, to analyze the economic geography of the pandemic. Strikingly, analysis makes clear that counties that are most stricken with virus cases are alsoalmost without exceptionpart of nations most significant economic centers. Total numbers and it become clear how heavily nations COVID - 19 infections concentrate in short list of economically central, often job - rich counties on the coasts and Great Lakes region. Nations 50 hardest - hit counties support more than 60 million jobs and $7. 4 trillion in economic output, good for 30% of the nation's employment and 36% of its GDP. Zoom in on the 15 hardest - hit counties, and the numbers suggest that the nation is losing crucial parts of local economies that account for nearly 26 million jobs and $3. 3 trillion in output, representing 16% of US GDP and 12. 9% of employment. In other words, health crisis and labor market breakdown of just a few hard - hit urban counties is undercutting entire nations ' economic might. But even that does fully capture the nature of nations big - County economic paralysis. 15 counties with most COVID - 19 cases normally punch way above their weight in a healthy economybut now represent a drag on nations economy in ways that have reverberating effects. All of the 15 hardest - hit counties lie within major US metropolitan areas that are themselves under broader lockdowns due to the pandemic. For example, six of 15 are components of the greater New York region, entirety of which is currently under stay - at - home order.

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Cases at colleges and universities

Rapid increases in COVID - 19 cases occur within 2 weeks of opening the university to students. Base on preliminary case investigations, student gatherings and congregate living settings, both on and off campus, likely contributed to the rapid spread of COVID - 19 on campus. This suggests the need for robust and enhanced implementation of mitigation efforts and the need for additional mitigation measures specific to this setting. Findings in this Report are subject to at least five limitations. First, number of reported cases at university is likely to be underestimate. For example, some cases were reported to students ' home jurisdictions, some students did not identify themselves as students to the county health department, some students did not report to the student health clinic, and not all students were test. Second, number of students possibly infected through affiliation with fraternity or sorority is likely underestimated. Some students might not have disclosed their fraternity or sorority membership, and other students might have participated in unofficial rush events and parties. Third, limited information was available on housing arrangements for students not identified as living on campus, as well as information about the extent of social gatherings and adherence to masking and other important mitigation efforts. Fourth, cases had limited clinical follow - up; thus, extent of longer - term clinical complications is not know. Finally, because information available on cases of faculty and staff members was limited, contribution of faculty or staff members to COVID - 19 spread on campus cannot be estimate. The rapid increase in COVID - 19 cases among college - aged persons at university underscores the urgent need to implement comprehensive mitigation strategies. In addition to enforcement of mask requirements, measures needed to reduce transmission in college and university settings might include efforts to reduce the density of on - campus housing, increase testing for SARS - CoV - 2, and discourage student gatherings. Emerging findings from ongoing monitoring and evaluation efforts at universities and colleges in North Carolina and nationwide are helping to update best practices, including optimal testing strategies, for preventing SARS - CoV - 2 transmission on campus and in adjacent communities.

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Cases in jails and prisons

Since March, Marshall Project has been tracking how many people are being sickened and killed by COVID - 19 in the Prisons and how widely it has spread across the country and within each state. Here, we will regularly update these figures counting the number of people infected and killed nationwide and in each prison system until the crisis abate. This reporting was undertaken in partnership with Associated Press. By Oct. 20, at least 152 955 people in Prison had tested positive for illness, 4 percent increase from the week before. The number of new cases rises after three weeks of drops, while the rest of the nation on outside starts to observe rising numbers of infections. New cases among prisoners reached an all - time high in early August after slowing down in June, driven by big jumps in prisoners testing positive in Florida, California and Federal Bureau of Prisons as well as outbreaks in Arkansas, Hawaii and Oklahoma. Report cases first peak in late April, when states such as Michigan, Ohio, Tennessee and Texas begin mass testing of prisoners. Those initiatives suggest that coronavirus have been circulating among people without symptoms in much greater numbers than previously know. First know COVID - 19 DEATH of prisoner was in Georgia when Anthony Cheek died on March 26. Cheek, who was 49 years old, had been held in Lee State Prison near Albany, hotspot for disease. Since then, at least 1 275 other prisoners have died of coronavirus - related causes. By Oct. 20, total number of deaths had risen by 2 percent in a week. Give huge differences in how many people are being tested in prisons for viruses effects of the Pandemic have varied widely between different State prison systems. First Report cases began popping up in Massachusetts and Georgia on March 20. In August, Hawaii, last system whose prisoners had not gotten sick, Report its first confirmed cases of coronavirus. Here, you can choose to view data for any State Prison System and see how numbers compare. For summary of the number of cases in facilities run by the Federal Bureau of Prisons, choose the Federal option. While we know more about how prisoners are getting sick, another group of people is at risk in these facilities: correctional officers, nurses, chaplains, wardens and other workers. We know little about how coronavirus is affecting them, though they have the potential to carry it both into facilities and back out to their communities. It is difficult to assess how prison workers are being affected because many are being systematically test. In most recent week, 15 statesArkansas, Connecticut, Idaho, Indiana, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, New Jersey, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Texas, West Virginiareleased information on the number of their staff members testing for coronavirus. Where we do know about positive cases, most State Corrections departments stress that count includes only employees who voluntarily report diagnosis, often in course of calling out sick.

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Cases at food production facilities

High - density workplaces can cause high risk for transmission of severe acute Respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2, virus that causes coronavirus Disease. US Food processing, Food Manufacturing, and Agriculture Workplaces employ > 3. 6 million people Several factors contribute to workplace and community transmission, including prolonged close contact with coworkers, congregate housing, shared transportation, and frequent community contact among workers. Prior reports have characterized COVID - 19 among meat and poultry processing workers. We describe COVID - 19 among workers in other US Food Manufacturing and Agriculture Workplaces and update information on COVID - 19 among meat and poultry processing workers. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention collect cumulative aggregate data from State Health departments on workers in US Food processing, Food Manufacturing, and Agriculture Workplaces who had laboratory - confirmed COVID - 19. Request data elements include the number and type of workplaces that report > 1 COVID - 19 case among workers during March 1 - May 31 2020; number of workers in affected workplaces; number, demographics, and symptom status of workers with COVID - 19; and number of COVID - 19 - Related deaths among Workers. Cdc requested the same information for meat and poultry processing workers and published preliminary data. Symptom data collection varies by workplace; clinical signs and symptom severity were not request. None of this data had personal identifying information. Workplaces were defined by North American Industry Classification System cod 111 and 311. Demographic and symptom status proportions were calculated after excluding missing and unknown values. Data on sex was missing for 14. 8% of Food Manufacturing and Agriculture Workers with COVID - 19; at age of 13. 4%; on symptom status for 33. 6%; and on race and ethnicity for 36. 3%. Because characteristics of total worker populations in affected workplaces were not available, we compared racial and ethnic distribution of workers with COVID - 19 to distribution of all workers in the animal slaughtering and processing industry. Cdc determines investigation to be nonresearch as defined in 45 CFR 46. 102; paperwork Reduction Act was waived with respect to voluntary collection of information during Public Health Emergency. Among 50 US States, 36 responded to the CDC inquiry; 33 reported > 1 laboratory - confirmed COVID - 19 case among Food processing, Food Manufacturing, or Agriculture Workers during March 1 - May 31, 2020. States report 8 978 cases and 55 deaths among workers in 742 Food Manufacturing and Agriculture Workplaces in 30 States. Among 30 States reporting cases, median number of affected facilities per State was 12; among 15 States that report worker populations in affected workplaces, 8. 2% of 30 609 workers received COVID - 19 diagnoses. The Percentage of Workers with COVID - 19 ranges from 2. 0% - 43. 5% per State. Of cases among Food Manufacturing and Agriculture Workers with information on sex and age, 4 713 workers were male, 2 934 were female, and 3 439 workers were 20 - 39 years of age. Among 5 721 workers with race and ethnicity report, 4 164 workers were Hispanic or Latino, 963 were non - Hispanic White, 362 were non - Hispanic Black, and 232 were non - Hispanic Asian / Pacific Islander. Overall, 83. 2% of cases occur among racial and ethnic minority workers.

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Other significant clusters

Auckland August cluster - cases by age, as at 10 October 2020

Age GroupNumber of CasesPercent of Cases
0 to 92313%
10 to 193821%
20 to 293017%
30 to 392615%
40 to 492514%
50 to 592313%
60 to 6984%
70+63%
Total179100%

Erica Wilson, MD 1, *; Catherine V. Donovan, PhD 1 2 *; Margaret Campbell, MSN 3; Thevy Chai, MD 4; Kenneth Pittman, MHA 4; Arlene C. Sena, MD 5; Audrey Pettifor, PhD 5; David J. Weber, MD 5; Aditi Mallick, MD 6; Anna Cope, PhD 1 7; Deborah S. Porterfield, MD 1; Erica Pettigrew, MD, JD 3 8; Zack Moore, MD 1 preventing transmission of SARS - CoV - 2, virus that cause coronavirus Disease 2019, in Institutes of higher Education presents unique set of challenges because of presence of congregate living settings and difficulty limiting socialization and group gatherings. Before August 2020, minimal data was available regarding COVID - 19 outbreaks in these settings. On August 3rd 2020, University of North Carolina broadly opened campus for the first time since transitioning to primarily remote learning in March. Consistent with CDC guidance at that time, steps were taken to prevent the spread of SARS - CoV - 2 on campus. During August 3 - 25, 670 laboratory - confirmed cases of COVID - 19 were identify; 96% were among patients aged under 22 years. Eighteen clusters of five or more epidemiologically linked cases within 14 days of one another were report; 30% of cases were linked to cluster. Student gatherings and congregated living settings, both on and off campus, likely contribute to the rapid spread of COVID - 19 within the university community. On August 19, all university classes transition online, and additional mitigation efforts were implement. At this point, 334 University - associate COVID - 19 cases had been reported to the local Health Department. The rapid increase in cases within 2 weeks of opening campus suggests that robust measures are needed to reduce transmission at Institutes of higher Education, including efforts to increase consistent use of masks, reduce the density of on - campus housing, increase testing for SARS - CoV - 2, and discourage student gatherings. University students return to residence halls from August 3 - 9 2020, and in - person classes begin on August 10. Mitigation steps taken to prevent the spread of SARS - CoV - 2 on campus include scheduling move - in appointments across 1 - week period, decreasing classroom density to facilitate physical distancing, and reducing maximum dining hall capacity and increasing takeout options. Students were required to sign acknowledgment of community standards and University guidelines recommending daily Symptom checks, use of masks in all indoor common spaces and classrooms, physical distancing of 6 feet in indoor and outdoor settings, and limitations on group gatherings consistent with local guidelines. Approximately 95% of students signed acknowledgment; however, data on adherence to these important mitigation strategies was not available. Reentry testing for COVID - 19 and quarantine before or after arrival on campus were not used. Except for two dormitories reserved for isolation and quarantine, residence halls open at 60% - 85% capacity, with most students in double rooms. Those at increased risk for severe illness from COVID - 19, according to CDC guidance, had the option to request a single room. Undergraduate enrollment at university for the fall semester was 19 690 students. Approximately 5 800 of these undergraduate students resided on campus as of August 10. In 2019, 83% of undergraduate students were North Carolina residents.

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Auckland August cluster - cases by ethnicity, as at 10 October 2020

EthnicityNumber of CasesPercent of Cases
Maori4022%
Pacific Peoples10961%
Other3017%
Total179100%

Data on all New Zealand clusters, as at 10 October 2020

Cluster under investigationLocationTotal to dateNew cases in last 24 hoursCurrent active casesOriginStatus
Auckland August clusterAuckland17900Under investigationOpen
WeddingBluff9800Overseas exposureClosed
Marist CollegeAuckland9600UnknownClosed
Hospitality VenueMatamata7700Overseas exposureClosed
Aged residential care facility (1)Christchurch5600UnknownClosed
Aged residential care facility (1)Auckland5100UnknownClosed
Private FunctionAuckland4000UnknownClosed
World Hereford ConferenceQueenstown3900Overseas exposureClosed
CommunityAuckland3000UnknownClosed
Ruby Princess Cruise Ship ClusterHawkes Bay2400Overseas exposureClosed
Aged residential care facility (2)Christchurch1900UnknownClosed
Group travel to USWellington1600Overseas exposureClosed
Group travel to USAuckland1600Overseas exposureClosed
Aged residential care facilityWaikato1500Overseas exposureClosed
CommunityChristchurch1400Overseas exposureClosed
Aged residential care facility (2)Auckland1300Overseas exposureClosed
WeddingWellington1300Overseas exposureClosed
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About the data

Total number of unique people with completed PCR test that returned negative. For states / territories that do not report this number directly, we compute it using one of several methods, depending on which data points the state provide. Due to complex reporting procedures, this number might be mixed units and therefore, at best, it should only be considered estimate of the number of people with complete PCR test that return negative. Total number of people that are identified as recovered from COVID - 19. States provide very disparate definitions of what constitutes recover COVID - 19 case. Types of recovered cases include those who are discharged from hospitals, released from isolation after meeting CDC guidance on symptoms cessation, or those who have not been identified as fatalities after a number of days post disease onset. Specifics vary for each state or territory. At national level, this metric is summary statistics whichbecause, it sums figures from states reporting tests in test encounters with those reporting tests in specimens and in people, is an aggregate calculation of heterogeneous figures. Therefore, it should be contextualized as, at best, estimate of national testing performance. In most states, totalTestResults field is currently computed by adding positive and negative values because, historically, some states do not report totals, and to work around different reporting cadences for cases and tests. In Colorado, District of Columbia, Hawaii, Minnesota, North Dakota, Rhode Island, Virginia, and Washington, where reliable testing encounters figures are available with complete time series, we directly report those figures in this field. In Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Missouri, and New Hampshire, where reliable specimen figures are available with complete time series, we directly report those figures in this field. In Arizona, Idaho, and South Dakota, where reliable unique people figures are available with complete time series, we directly report those figures in this field. We are in the process of switching all states over to using directly reported total figures, using a policy of preferring testing encounters, specimens, and people, in that order.

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What you can do

Travel increases your chance of getting and spreading COVID - 19. Staying home is the best way to protect yourself and others from COVID - 19. You can get COVID - 19 during your travels. You may feel well and not have any symptoms, but you can still spread COVID - 19 to others. You and your travel companions may spread COVID - 19 to other people, including your family, friends, and community for 14 days after you were exposed to the virus. Dont Travel If You Are Sick or If you have been around someone with COVID - 19 in the past 14 days. Dont travel with someone who is sick. Air travel requires spending time in security lines and airport terminals, which can bring you in close contact with other people and frequently touch surfaces. Most viruses and other germs do not spread easily on flights because of how air circulates and is filtered on airplanes. However, social distancing is difficult on crowded flights, and sitting within 6 feet of others, sometimes for hours, may increase your risk of getting COVID - 19. Also consider how you get to and from the airport, as public transportation and sharing can increase your chances of being exposed to viruses.

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