Our national survey for reopening schools already includes data from 36 U.S. States, as of 10:00 AM ET today. The results of our preliminary surveys should worry anyone keeping an eye on how schools plan to reopen this fall. Additionally, we’ve compiled a list of resources for all 50 US states (and several US Territories),Continue reading “National Reporting System for Schools; Additional resources for states”
July 29 set a new record for reported deaths with 217 (residents and non-residents). Cases are trending downward in most age groups, but mortality rates tell a different story.
As cases continue to increase in Florida (12,444 new cases for today), a lot of discussion lately has focused on the mortality rate (and to a lesser extent, the hospitalization and survival rates). We take a closer look at these trends by age group considering the reporting lag by DOH.
A few deaths in Leon county seem to have disappeared, but we’re working to identify all missing deaths as we continue to improve our site.
We’ve moved our key API data feeds to a new account to help us with data automation and system optimization.
Trends in cases by age group; Deaths by report date, and deaths by date of death: July 17, 2020
Florida COVID-19 Deaths by Date Death Was Reported: July 16, 2020
Trends in age groups for cases in Florida; July 14, 2020, with additional data for select Florida counties.
Updates to case, hospitalization and fatality rates, as of July 12, 2020.
There’s been a lot of discussion about Florida’s “decreasing” fatality rate. Let’s take a look at that.