So now daily updates will talk less about how many new cases are reported on a given day, and it looks like deaths and new cases are now more reflective of the actual date these events happened, vs when they are reported. I didn't go back to fix every week over the 14 1/2 months of COVID world, but it does mean that we didn't see as much of a drop in cases in March as we first thought, but the significant decline in cases in May is still ringing through.
Our #COVID19 summary data page is new and improved. We now show more of the information you need to get the current status of COVID-19 in our state, including #vaccine and case activity data. Learn more: https://t.co/VUMm6SYlza pic.twitter.com/0B6kyi6sQH— WIDeptHealthServices (@DHSWI) May 27, 2021
Ventings from a guy with an unhealthy interest in budgets, policy, the dismal science, life in the Upper Midwest, and brilliant beverages.
Monday, May 31, 2021
New COVID data shows it was worse than we knew. And that it got a lot better in May
Looks like the Wisconsin Department of Health Services made a few adjustments to how they present their COVID data, now that the overall crisis is slowing down.
Posted by Jake formerly of the LP at 7:45:00 PM
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