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Chris Prener Apr 5
Back with my morning update 🧵 for Missouri after a day off due to data reporting lags. I’ve seen some talk about when our “peak” is going to be here in - not forecasting but we definitely are not showing signs of a peak yet - steady growth continues in MO. 1/12
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Lance Roberts 19h
"Estimates from the suggest that the unemployment rate could exceed the peak of the Great Depression." And people called me for my 20% numbers. 🤔
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JRCharney Apr 3
Well...shit. With the except of 63005, the majority of the cases are in North County. (Where I am!) Why so many in the poorer parts of the county? These are the people working the front lines! Hospital. Healthcare. Restaurant workers. Transit Riders...
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mariah ⚾️ Apr 3
I made these Instagram story templates. Feel free to use them.
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Jason 😷 Apr 2
World Series Trophy statue installed at in 🐦 ⚾️
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Chris Prener Apr 7
Back again with my morning update 🧵 for Missouri after another day off due to data reporting lags. Big caveat - had its largest 1 day jump yesterday, but data were reported too late to be reflected here. Big picture - no signs of plateauing rates yet. 1/15
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Randy Apr 5
Walked around last night to get out of the house for a bit. Here are a few photos of my trip!
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And So It Goes * 8h
I’m grateful for the excellent medical community in Possible COVID-19 treatment: transfusion of antibodies from recovered patients’ blood via
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TS Eliot Apr 3
Redeem the time. Redeem the unread vision in the higher dream...
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MetalRabbit13 9h
When was the last time in the US were closed? “... resulted in experiencing 1 of lowest influenza rates of cities comparable 2 its size. Of the 31,500 who got sick in St. Louis only 1,703 died.” B4 id of the 🦠. B4 a vaccine.
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Johnny 15h
Who has better looking refuse trucks than the ? Nobody! Grateful to the city workers. Thank you.
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Chris Prener 16h
Replying to @chrisprener
The zip code map (interactive version here - ) has seen little change - we're still seeing the highest rates in North City+County, and the concerning race and poverty gradients remain at the ZCTA level. These fit with patterns in other cities. 7/13
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Chris Prener Apr 2
Replying to @chrisprener
Forgot to add that the zip-code data are available as an interactive map on the companion page for these data as well - 10/9
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Charbel C Khoury Apr 5
Cumulative Cases city+county and Greater STL
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Allan Lewis Apr 7
The wild horses have returned to the streets of . Nature is healing. We are the virus.
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Debbie Monterrey Apr 3
"Former Cubs outfielder" is how no one in has referred to Jim Edmonds ever
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Kelly Apr 5
find this trailer please!! also wtf criminals
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Dottie Bailey Apr 5
yes the column is amazing but I’m more enamored by these men and their fearlessness. Whoa...
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Lisa Ann 9h
Shout out to the ⁦⁩ Show & the 2 part questions, I will be calling into the show tomorrow morning 10a ET
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Palmer Alexander III Apr 2
So at what point is Mayor going to put her foot down about THIS IS WHY THE VIRUS CONTINUES TO CARRY ON!!!! Dumb Shit!
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