Sept. 19: C-19 Data Dashboard

203,138 Deaths-to-Date

920 Daily New Deaths  (peak 2,824 April 21)
> 7-day average 820     (peak 2.229 April 23)

49,530  New Cases
> 7-day average  38,3891

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203,138 Deaths-to-Date

920 Daily New Deaths  (peak 2,824 April 21)
> 7-day average 820     (peak 2.229 April 23)

 

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Confirmed Cases

> 49,530 New Cases
> 7-day average    39,841
> Highest day        78,009  July 24
> April 24 peak      36,291
> June 8 low point  17,414

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Primary data source: Worldometer

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Currently Hospitalized

29,492  Current level
> Highest day    59,840  April 15
> Lowest point   27,895  June 14
> Recent peak    59,715  July 23

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One Response to “Sept. 19: C-19 Data Dashboard”

  1. Dixie Says:

    I believe confirmed cases may be understated, since many tests (corporate, schools, mabe sports teams) are being conducted outside the usual reporting chains.
    So, as you have said, and I completely agree, watch the deaths and hospitalizations for sustained upticks to get an idea of recent trend in rate of infection (looks back at infections in last 3 to 8 weeks). Also the Hopkins positivity rate (not the misleading Maryland ones). The Labor Day and back-to-school bumps are due to start showing up in hospitalizations by early to mid-October, if gatherings spiked as predicted.

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