Between 07/28/21 and 09/06/21 the pandemic continued to claim lives even in the 20-29 age bracket with another 3 deaths
Vaccines were slowing deaths but the unvaccinated affected those in the 30-39 age group as there were 21 deaths between 07/28/21 and 09/07/21 and there were 144 new deaths in the ages 60-69 group during the above time period.
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Covid-19-- Total Fatality Data Worksheet from the NYS Dept. of Health as reported- by all NY counties = 43787 total deaths as per 09/07/21 ;43068 as of 07/28/21 ;42947 as of 06/23/21 Workbook: NYS-COVID19-Tracker
39938 of NY resident covid 19 deaths had a comorbidity but the largest group of 22849 of patients had hypertension
5981 residents had dementia ; 15034 of those New Yorkers who died were diagnosed with diabetes ;Hyperlipidemia was listed on 9656 NY death certificates as a comorbidity
Updated Covid 19 Data as of 09/07/21 Ages 0-9 =16 -another child died Ages 10-19=15 added 2 more deaths between 06/23/21 and 09/07/21
Ages 20-29 = 157 total deaths on 09/06/21 an increase of 3 additional deaths since 07/28
Ages 30-39 = 21 new deaths 516 on 09/07 an increase from 495 total deaths on 07/28/21
Ages 40-49 : On 09/07/21 covid -19 deaths reached a total of 1297 increased from 1261 on 07/28/21 or 38 new deaths up from 1254 on 06/23/21
Ages 50-59 shows a sum total of 3601 on 07/28 increasing by 14 deaths since 06/23 /21 when NY reported 3587 covid deaths on that date
Ages 60-69= 7921 new covid deaths reported on 09/07/21 increased by 144 deaths from 7777 total covid deaths on 07/28
Ages 70-79= 11345 was the new total death count on 09/07 an increase of 178 deaths since 07/28//21 when 11,167 total covid-19 deaths were reported . However there were 14 deaths from 06/23/21 till 07/28 when 11138 was the total of deaths in this age group
The 03/16 /20 issue of the New York TImes has a diagram of the virus' outer ring of oily lipid molecules, which is broken apart by soap. In 2016 New Jersey federal district judge Kevin McNulty cited Compagnie Francaise, among other cases, in holding that existing case law on quarantines was sufficient to sustain state officials' defense of qualified immunity in a suit against them brought by Kaci Hickox, a nurse quarantined for 80 hours after she showed a fever upon her return to Newark International Airport from Sierra Leone, where she had been treating victims of the 2014 Ebola outbreak. Judge Mcnulty wrote in his opinion; "I do not find that prior quarantine case law establishes any unconstitutionality" in how she was dealt with.