The highly contagious delta variant is spreading throughout pa A month ago, if you would have told me that there was going to be another Covid surge here in Pennsylvania, I would have politely smiled and agreed that there was always a slim possibility. Major emphasis on slim. Vaccination numbers were going up, new cases were
PA COVID-19 Statistics & Visualizations
PA COVID-19 Statistics & Data Visualizations
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The At-a-Glance State Tracker will give you a quick idea of what’s going on in each state in the US with a quick one-page dashboard showing key metrics and trends for:
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The MLM US COVID Tracker uses data collected from Johns Hopkins University to provide a more in-depth look at cases and death statistics. Here you’ll find heatmaps and trends of case data broken out by state and county across the US.
The PA COVID-19 School Reopening Dashboard couples the guidance provided by the PA Department of Education with the data reported by the PA Department of Health to help you determine the instructional model(s) recommended for your county.
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Pa Update 11.18.20: Concerning Trends and School Closures Sigh. My kids’ school district just announced they plan to return to virtual this coming Monday, after several weeks of hybrid instruction. As disappointed as I am to hear that news, I get it. Based on the numbers in my area, it really is a smart decision.
PA COVID-19 Update – 11.11.20 Another record-breaking day in PA. According to data released by the PA Department of Health, there were 4,357 new infections reported yesterday – the highest one day total since the beginning of the pandemic. The data suggests that these are not all just mild infections. Hospitalizations continue to rise. The number of