Just a bare bones update today. You can see up to date numbers on the COVID Interactive pages on zorgi.me: Encinitas, Carlsbad, Oceanside & 92024 City of San Diego + zips 92113, 92114, 92115, 92117, 92126, 92139 San Diego County Orange County LA County State of California AZ, FL, GA, NV, OK & TX USA
I realized this morning when my shorts were a bit tight that I’ve spent too much time on my butt. My exercise routine has fallen off the past few months, I’ve put on the pounds, and I’m not sleeping as well. My wife says she’s worried about me. Stupid me: I’m healthy, and I shouldn’t
I wish I could definitively say yes, but all I can offer is some evidence supporting a yes answer. I did email the CA DHHS asking whether their database included the CalREDIE backlog, but I didn’t really expect an answer. The strongest piece of evidence for an affirmative answer comes from the comparison of LA
There’s still no change in the CA DHHS database, so I won’t be commenting on localities below the state level for case related metrics. Some counties, like Orange, claim they’re entirely up to date. Others, like LA have the following message: “The number of new cases reported today includes about 300 backlog cases from the
I’m still waiting on the CalREDIE mess to sort itself out, so no commentary on case-related data below the state level. The main topic for today is testing. But before that, we need to think about choices. Unfortunately, the pandemic can cause a zero sum situation for many types of activities. You want schools open?
From what I’ve read, the CalREDIE system is up to date, but the counties aren’t. I downloaded the entire dataset from CA DHHS, and case numbers haven’t changed, so their database isn’t up to date either. Different counties are at different places. Orange claims that its case numbers are up to date and accurate. LA
No long commentary today, as the data snafu from the state of CA isn’t quite all sorted out yet. I realize that in San Diego, Dr. Wooten said everything was pretty much up to date, but I would rather wait one more day just to make sure. One thing to emphasize though: things seem to
About two weeks ago, I did a post on the long term effects of COVID, reviewing what was known by most people at the time. Since then, there have been several studies that have shown I was wrong in one critical area: the commonality of long term effects. Almost every article I had read on
The situation with California’s case data apparently has been resolved, but it will take up to two days before the new data reflect the up to 300,000 records that were backlogged in the system. Accordingly, I won’t show or comment on any numbers that involve case data for California, its counties, cities, or zip codes.
Aren’t these great images? Kids back in school, where they belong. Parents back at work. Sure, there are masks, and the kids are far away from each other, but they’re learning, and that’s what’s important. Teachers are there in person, which is what they’ve trained so hard to do. Trouble is, these pictures aren’t from