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
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