These log graphs provide a different perspective on the rate of Covid-19 positive tests and deaths. On most graphs, the x-axis is time. On these graphs, the x-axis is the total number of cases to date, and the y-axis is the number of cases added incrementally each week. As the pandemic winds down, the Read more
We have quite a few interesting things going on in recent data. Positive Tests Up, Deaths Flat The interesting issue continues to be the significant increase in positive tests with deaths being more or less flat the past week. If you look at the smoothed test data, tests were basically flat (down then up) Read more
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This video shows the history of positive test results in each state. Each state's point on the graph represents the number of positive tests per 1000 residents for the 7 day period indicated at the top. The solid bar represents where the state was 7 days prior to that. The hollow bar represents where Read more
These assessments show state-level data that can help assess each state's readiness to reopen.