Game 333: November 6, 2020the Initials Game

Game 333: November 6, 2020the Initials Game

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© collage/ Our coronavirus timeline covers facts and news in Cleveland, Ohio, the country and the world Nov. 21-27.

CLEVELAND, Ohio - Here is our regular roundup of coronavirus facts, figures and numbers regarding Cleveland, Ohio, the United States and the world Nov. 21-27:

Nov. 21: The United States passes 12 million coronavirus cases. That’s an increase of more than 1 million cases in less than a week, CNN reports. California sees a record 15,442 cases. It’s announced that a Thanksgiving-Day football game between Calvert Hall College High School and Loyola Blakefield in Maryland will be canceled because of coronavirus restrictions. The Thanksgiving-morning game would have been the 101st between the schools. President Trump tweets that his son Donald Jr., who has coronavirus, is doing well. Park Social Club in Cleveland receives a citation for not adhering to social guidelines.

Nov. 22: Ohio Department of Health reports 8,133 new cases. The number increases the total to 351,419. A total of 5,996 people have died from Covid this year, including 12 reported today. A customer at Nighttown (above photo, top left) leaves a $3,000 tip on a $7 beer on the final day for the restaurant, which is closing temporarily as a way to stem the virus. George Nock (above photo, bottom right), a football player who became an acclaimed sculptor, dies of coronavirus. He was 74. Nock was a member of the 1966 Morgan State team that defeated West Chester, Pennsylvania, in the 1966 Tangerine Bowl. His alma mater became the first historically Black college team to win an integrated bowl game and on network television, according to the Baltimore Sun. He played four seasons in the NFL for the Jets and Redskins before moving on to an artistic career.

Nov. 23: So far, 1 in 32 Ohio residents is now known to have contracted the virus, most during just the past five weeks. Ohio reports an increase of 11,885 cases, a record. Hospitalization continues to increase, with 4,358 patients – a 59% increase from two weeks ago. AstraZeneca says its late-stage vaccine trials are “highly effective” and prevented 70% of people from developing the virus. A third of parents believe benefits of gathering the family for Thanksgiving is worth the risk, according to C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital National Poll on Children’s Health at Michigan Medicine. A Washington University in St. Louis model forecasts the nation could hit 20 million cases by Jan. 20. The United States is around 12.4 million reported infections.

Nov. 24: Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine says the first batch of vaccine is expected in the state Tuesday, Dec. 15. Front-line healthcare workers and first responders would be first to get it. Today’s case number is 8,604. The Cleveland Browns place defensive end Joe Jackson on the reserve/Covid list. Cleveland confirms 194 new cases. DeWine request during his briefing that schools playing sports not permit fans or spectators through Jan. 1. The Ohio High School Athletic Association reaffirmed last week its intentions to move ahead with winter sports, but many Cuyahoga County schools are pausing sports based on the advisory issued this month by the board of health. More than 2,100 Covid deaths are reported in the United States. The highest Covid death tally on one day came on April 15 with 2,603. El Paso County, Texas, is dealing with so many deaths that 10 additional morgue units have been brought in to accommodate the surge, CNN says.

Nov. 25: The Browns place linebacker Sione Takitaki on the reserve/Covid-19 list. Sunday, Takitaki ran back an interception for a touchdown in the win against Philadelphia. Alabama football coach Nick Saban tests positive. In October he had what turned out to be an inaccurate positive test. Ohio adds 10,835 new cases, although there is a backlog of thousands of unconfirmed cases. Also the state reports 156 more Ohioans have died with the virus, a record. In Cleveland, the city confirms 333 new cases. Lake, Lorain and Montgomery counties join Franklin on the purple coronavirus advisory level. The annual Winter Warmer Fest, a celebration of craft beer that draws 1,500 people to Cleveland’s Flats in March, is canceled. The U.S. Supreme Court rules 5-4, siding with religious organizations opposed to restrictions enacted by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo regarding the number of people attending services.

Nov. 26: Browns defensive end Porter Gustin, who started in place of Myles Garrett on Sunday, tests positive for Covid, joining fellow ends Garrett and Joe Jackson on the virus reserve list. Gustin is the third Browns player to test positive in the past three days. CNN, citing the COVID Tracking Project, reports the number of Covid patients in U.S. hospitals hit a record for the 17th consecutive day with almost 91,000 people hospitalized.

Nov. 27: Ohio Department of Health, reporting for today and Thanksgiving, records 17,065 new cases, bringing the total number of cases to 399,808. A total of 6,346 Ohioans have died from coronavirus, up 72 since Wednesday. Hours after it is announced that Ohio State football coach Ryan Day tested positive, officials say the Buckeyes’ game at Illinois on Saturday has been canceled.

Each Saturday morning, we recap events and stats regarding coronavirus. Here are our past recaps:

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