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The Covid-19 dashboard has been displaying clearly incorrect data for cases by city for ove a week now The cases should add up to the total per day but only are 10 percent of the total... who can correct this? Search is an OR so has over 1000 hits for c
Thank you to the team that built the covid dashboard. You really deserve many kudos. I elooked at other county sites and by far yours is the best. Thank you
Thanks for your kind words.
No death data is being displayed on the Deaths chart. I'd expect to see the same format as the cases chart.
Reporting positive PCR tests without corresponding cycle (Ct) thresholds is a seriously flawed approach. A positive test above 30 cycles, for instance, is very different from one at 20 cycles. If you have this data, please post it, either by reported positive test ('case'), or an average next to the PCR test totals. If you don't have this data, you should demand it from the labs reporting to you.
This is the best covid19 website I have encountered. So informative. I really like the active outbreak page. I check it before I go to a place of business with my elderly mom. She is in a high risk group, and I do not want to expose her to any potential outbreak stores. I live in Windsor and wish Weld county would provide such data for Windsor. I have written them and State Representatives about it and have received no responses. Why would they want to keep such info from the public? It is likely political. I believe it is not helpful to keep such details from the public. Thank you for being so transparent and keeping the publics health in mind.
Thank you for the kind words Colleen. It is a team effort (Health and IT) start to finish. I will share your note with the team.
// Director of Innovation and Insights, Larimer County
What kind of nonsense is this, and why is it on the Cases page of the COVID dashboard? Who is responsible for posting this, and what evidence can they offer to support their assertion?
"LCDHE acknowledges that social, economic, and environmental inequities result in negative health outcomes and have a greater impact on health than individual choice. By changing policies and practices we can reduce disparities and help improve opportunities for all residents of Larimer County."
The graphs that currently have 1mo, 3mo, YTD, 7d, 14d were great until the Jan 1, 2021. I suggest that you change the formula and heading to 1yr (and graph either a full year, empty at left-side beginning of graph, or maybe start the graph on the first data point - e.g. maybe Feb 15th or whatever - and then show the graph up to a year, so it'll be 10 or 11 months until the we pass a year since first data point).
Thanks for the suggestion. Done.
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