Countering Some Myths About COVID-19 in Florida; October 19, 2020

The Badger dives into a few of Florida’s “covid truther” myths in this week’s analysis.

Florida K-12 Case Rates by District, Aug. 10- Oct. 3, 2020

Case rates for select Florida counties, based on district reporting of cases in students and staff, and total enrollment in face-to-face instruction.

Limited Audit of DOH data compared to data provided by districts for the overlapping time period

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.

How a change in reporting policy created a dramatic change in counting deaths

After reaching out to the Florida Department of Health about the dramatic change in reporting, they confirmed in an email that the official policy of how they reported deaths changed sometime between June and August.

Monitoring, tracking and reporting COVID-19 Cases in the USA’s 13,000+ school districts: A FinMango and Florida COVID Action Initiative

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.

National Reporting System for Schools; Additional resources for states

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”

Deaths reported, cases, mortality and hospitalizations by age group and gender: July 29, 2020

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.

Mortality, Hospitalization and Survival rates adjusted for reporting lag, July 24, 2020

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.