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Kim Wier

Live from Houston, it’s Sunday Night! We’re talking about what matters most to you. From living your dreams to managing the messes, from local issues to breaking world events, be part of the conversation with expert guests, compelling features, and engaging discussions. It’s fast-paced. It’s interactive. It’s entertaining – and always fun. It’s Sunday Night Live! Along with being the host for Sunday Night Live, Kim’s a Christian writer and speaker. She loves sharing Christ in creative ways! Kim is married to her loving husband, Tony, and is the mother of 4 grown children. She’s an admitted chocolate and coffee addict and her favorite verse is 2 Corinthians 5:21. She says that this verse “encapsulates all of God’s love and sacrifice, compassion and provision in a few marvelous eternity-changing words.”

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So here is some GOOD NEWS we can all celebrate.

In the entire U.S., COVID-19 deaths peaked the week of April 18 with 16,374 deaths and have dropped steadily until the week of July 4th with 71 deaths. Cases are still up but DEATHS ARE PLUMMETING. So thankful to God for this reality.
UPDATE:These numbers change everyday as they are updated with new reporting. National trend remains down but the daily number is updated upwards each day. you can check link for latest.

The raw data showing the week ended date and the number of deaths that week are on the linked CDC chart for latest numbers.
www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/vsrr/COVID19/index.htm
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So here is some GOOD NEWS we can all celebrate.

In the entire U.S., COVID-19 deaths peaked the week of April 18 with 16,374 deaths and have dropped steadily until the week of July 4th with 71 deaths. Cases are still up but DEATHS ARE PLUMMETING. So thankful to God for this reality.
UPDATE:These numbers change everyday as they are updated with new reporting. National trend remains down but the daily number is updated upwards each day.  you can check link for latest.

The raw data showing the week ended date and the number of deaths that week are on the linked CDC chart for latest numbers.
https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/vsrr/COVID19/index.htm

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Those numbers look good. But, numbers from Dallas on beds used for covid-19 are not encouraging. In the last two weeks the number of beds used for covid-19 have doubled. If this trend continues they will be out of beds by the end of the month. And, they will not have enough Health Care Personnel to take care of that many patients.

Something ain't right with that chart, bro. Look at our friend worldometers.info. USA had 993 deaths yesterday alone and 378 deaths the day before yesterday. That site ends the day at midnight GMT so 6pm Texas time. Texas just had its worst death day from Covid-19 yesterday. Worst death day ever. Hard to feel groovy about that.

They have reported over 130,000 deaths as of last week. Where is this 113,000 number all of a sudden?

Here is USA new deaths per day It is a good trend but Texas is turning up.

🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻 praise the Lord Almighty ❤️

Thanks for sharing.

Click on the CDC link in your post and you'll see the last few weeks are higher on the CDC website than in the body of your post. Perhaps there was a reporting delay.

Tommy keep it up good news is good news I pray people don’t go back to how they were I don’t know which is worse before or now!

Great news

Thank God!!!

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