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Provide Covid-19 data as a downloadable csv file (or equivalent)

ihleslie 3 months ago in Website (larimer.org) updated by Gregg Turnbull 3 months ago 2

I'm trying to analyze the data (non professionally). While I can do this with the web site in its present configuration, the late additions and the dropping of previously listed persons, means I have to recopy the data page by page since it is difficult to know where the changes occurred. The original format with one long list made copying easier. If I have missed an easy way to do this, my apologies. 

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Gregg Turnbull 3 months ago

of course - we added it but forgot to post a note letting you know it was there :)


Thank you for the great suggestion.


Cheers,

Gregg

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Typo in covid19 count page

ihleslie 3 months ago in Website (larimer.org) updated by Gregg Turnbull 3 months ago 1

You have one entry as For Collins. Showing up as another city

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Gregg Turnbull 3 months ago

Fixed - thanks for the headup.

Cheers,

Gregg

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want frequent updates on testing availability and plans

ajs 3 months ago in Website (larimer.org) updated 3 months ago 2

I'm frustrated by media reports of new/improved testing (both RNA/PCR and serological/antibody) coming along, but virtually no data from CO or LC sources, even when asked directly.  All we get is, "it's important and we're working on it." OK, I'd like to know what you know about sources, roadblocks, prognoses, plans, and updates as this changes. Data please! Thanks.

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Kelli Curl 3 months ago

We understand the frustration. The limitations with the availability of testing frustrates us as well. At this time, testing remains very limited locally, across the state, and across the country. Many factors make increasing testing challenging including limited testing supplies and very limited personal protective equipment (PPE) for healthcare workers who would collect samples from individuals for testing. Even when testing supplies are available to run tests, healthcare providers may have such a limited supply of PPE that they must preserve what supplies they have to care for their patients rather than to collect test samples. There are also limited types of testing that have been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for diagnosing the virus that causes COVID-19.

Larimer County is pursuing every possible avenue at our disposal to increase testing locally including monitoring and researching tests that are undergoing FDA approval and making requests for testing supplies and personal protective equipment as often as we are allowed to through our resource request and purchasing processes. 

The information about testing and the barriers to getting more tests available locally is constantly changing so it's challenging to share more about what we're doing because it changes so much. We don't share a lot about every option we pursue because we don't want to create hope if an option doesn't pan out. I can share that we have a whole team dedicated to researching every possible reliable option to increase testing and our leadership is looking into some additional options as well. If any of those bear fruit, we will share more information.

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Cannot get online appointment for new vehicle tag

Chris 3 months ago in Website (larimer.org) updated by Gregg Turnbull 3 months ago 1

I have been trying for several days to make an appointment online for a new vehicle tag. I have completed the form and selected an available time, hit the confirm button only to have it hesitate for 15 seconds and return me to my completed form instructing me to confirm. I have tried many different dates and times to no avail. I have tried both my iPad and my iPhone without success. What am I doing wrong? 

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Gregg Turnbull 3 months ago

Hello Chris, 

Just tested setting up an appointment on the bookstime session and it went through - could you please make another run at it and let me know the result. 

Make sure both checkboxes are set when seeing confirmation and reminder -- I missed that and got a prompt to check the boxes. 

If you still get to the end without confirmation send me an email at gregg.turnbull@larimer.org and we we can set up a call.

Cheers,

Gregg

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Useful Covid Information.

robwillchurchill 4 months ago in Website (larimer.org) updated by Kelli Curl 4 months ago 1

Please publish the accurate statistics regarding Total Number of Covid Cases, Number of Cases testing positive, Number of cases testing negative, and Number of Covid SPECIFIC deaths.

You need to shift your Covid reporting focus from "activities" to actual results.  Your current Covid reporting focus is redundant, 2 days late, and emphasizes politician programs.  We need fact-based, RESULTS oriented information so citizens can short and long term plan for our survival.


Thanks.