Going to a party this weekend? Take a look at the stats you go!

OK, I said I wouldn’t do an update today, but last night I downloaded the state data and updated the charts. Wow, things look very, very bad. No commentary today, but study the charts and you’ll see what I mean. The only encouraging thing is that death rates have not risen appreciably yet, except in

Riverside, San Bernardino, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, and Ventura Counties

First, I want to thank everyone who responded to yesterday’s post with such heart-warming comments. I was really touched! I’m working on a commentary that connects the whole subject of systemic racism with the pandemic. I know that will drive the people who hate my political commentary even crazier, but I think it’s something that

County Hospitalization Data *

Charts included with this update VS2 – Vital Stats – Southern California VS3 – Southern California Snapshot CH1 – LA County Hospitalizations CH2 – San Diego County Hospitalizations CH3 – Orange County Hospitalizations CH4 – Riverside County Hospitalizations CH5 – Ventura County Hospitalizations CH6 – Kern County Hospitalizations FAQ’s 1, 2, 3, & 4 Housekeeping

June 14, 2020

San Diego County – June 14, 2020 Today’s Charts LD1 – Local Daily Update Dashboard VS2 – Vital Statistics, Southern California & 5 States D1 – Cumulative Cases per 10K People D2 – Prevalence Index – 10 Counties D3 – Case Doubling Days – 10 Counties D4 – Cumulative Fatalities per 1M People D5 – Daily Fatalities, 7 Day Moving Avg. D6 –