The CDC now provides more data about what’s going on in Florida than Florida’s own Department of Health (DOH), and that data often shows a much more grim picture than the state would lead people to believe.
In the two weeks since voting opened, more than 20,000 people have visited the website to view our amazing nominees and finalists, and to cast their vote.
Submit your nominee(s) for COVID Action’s “Data Hero” awards, which recognize the hard-working folks in the public, private, and non-profit sectors who have kept you informed about Coronavirus in your state or region.
I thought a lot about how to make this announcement. In true “Rebekah Jones fashion,” I’ll just come out and say it: I will be leaving Florida next month. After the raid on my home, I can no longer justify staying in the state. I am not abandoning Florida. I am not abandoning this project.Continue reading “Thank you.”
Case rates for select Florida counties, based on district reporting of cases in students and staff, and total enrollment in face-to-face instruction.
This report was written as part of a data quality review for recently released data by the Florida Department of Health, in conjunction with both The COVID Monitor and FloridaCovidAction.com.
Sometime in the late evening on September 29, 2020, the Florida Department of Health released a “detailed” look at the data they feel comfortable sharing with the public about COVID-19 cases in K-12 schools. The data lists cases from Sept. 20-26 and from Sept. 6-26 separately, for students and various levels of staff. It alsoContinue reading “Snapshot of Florida data; in-depth analysis to come tomorrow”
COVID Action and FinMango launched our new joint-venture yesterday, The COVID Monitor.
From our new site you can access our map and data site, report cases, volunteer your time or donate to the organization. Donations to this project through FinMango are tax-deductible.
FinMango and Florida COVID Action are partnering on a ground-breaking joint project, launching the nation’s first COVID-19 dataset focusing on coronavirus cases in every K-12 school district in the U.S.A.
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”