April 6, 2020 – Country Comparison

Last night I watched the Dateline special on the situation in Bergamo, Italy, where hospitals are overwhelmed. This morning I saw several posts on social media indicating that we were winning the battle by physical distancing. So I thought it would be useful to compare San Diego County and California with two places out of

Update #7 – April 4, 2020 *

Comments on today’s report, April 4, 2020. The backlog of tests in California has largely been cleared up, going from almost 60,000 to 13,000 today. California’s rate of 288 per 100,000 people is still less than the US average of 491, but it’s a big improvement. Even better, the clearing up of these cases did

Update #5, April 2, 2020 *

Comments on today’s report, April 2, 2020. Remember, limit discussion to just the facts and/or suggestions/questions about the data. These reports tend to get lost down in the feed pretty quickly. Remember, to retrieve them, just do a search for “covid19 tracking” and they’ll be there. THE DATA 1) California still has 59,100 pending tests,

Update #4 – April 1, 2020 *

Comments on today’s report, April 1, 2020. I’m opening up this to discussion, with one caveat – NO POLITICS. I’m very political myself, but the discussion on this post should be limited to questions/observations about the numbers only. As soon as I see a political post, I’ll go back to a no discussion policy. These