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Data Creates Knowledge.

METRICS THAT MEAN SOMETHING TO YOU.

Numbers alone don’t tell us the whole story. After careful study of the best models available, we identified six metrics that give residents the information we need to make better decisions for our health:

WEEKLY AVERAGE OF NEW CASES. Shows if we’re spreading or containing the virus.

WEEKLY PERCENTAGE AVERAGE OF POSITIVE TESTS. Indicates if we’re trending up or down.

ICU OCCUPANCY RATE. Tells hospitals’ bed capacity to handle severe cases.

RATE OF TRANSMISSION. Tells the average number of people contracting the virus from a single positive person.

ECONOMIC PULSE INDEX. Indicates the extent of recovery from the COVID-recession.

TIMELINESS OF CONTACT TRACING INTERVIEWS. Shows the turn around time of contacting an infected person.

Models we follow.

Different mathematical models and data sets offer unique and helpful perspectives. We read a variety of state and nationwide analytics, including:

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Key Takeaways

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