June 2 COVID data update


[Editor’s note: This information is provided to put the COVID-19 data in context and show trends. We are presenting the data as reported by Florida Department of Health with the understanding that the data is messy, and each day’s update changes multiple previous days. We believe that individuals should have access to as much information as possible so they can make decisions about their risks; you can find our opinions about government actions in the COVID-19 category on the site.]

According to the state dashboard, Alachua County reported an increase of 15 positive COVID-19 tests (including 2 from April), with an official test positivity rate of 2.98% on a day with a low number of test results. The 7-day average positivity rate is 3.17%. No new deaths were reported.

Of the people whose positive tests came back yesterday, none were 65 or older (this is the important number to track because those are the people who are more likely to have bad outcomes).

A total of 285 deaths have been reported in the county, 83 of which were in long-term care.

The overall number of people (from all counties) hospitalized here for COVID-19 decreased from 38 to 37; 32 was the lowest number reported since COVID-primary hospitalizations were first reported last July. This is down from a peak of 256 on January 13.

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State COVID-19 hospitalizations decreased from 1,878 to 1,832, the lowest number reported since COVID-primary hospitalizations were first reported. This is down from a peak of 7,763 on January 13.

The state reported 1,234 new positive tests (official positivity rate of 3.33% on a day with a low number of test results) and an increase of 55 deaths.

Changes in deaths were reported on 19 different dates, going back to May 8.

Changes in the number of deaths by month: May (+54), June (+1)

The first-wave peak was on August 4 (242), and the 7-day moving average peak was August 5 (228). The second-wave peak so far is January 22 (215); the 7-day moving average peak is January 18 (200).

This chart uses different colors to show how the reported deaths stack up by date:

Here is the full chart for context:

The state also publishes a chart of the percentage of new tests that are positive by day (this chart is for the whole state), showing the trend over the past 14 days.

This chart shows the trend in positivity rate for Alachua County.

This chart shows the number of negative tests reported in Alachua County by day, which gives an idea of the volume of testing:

The 7-day moving average of new cases is at 17.4 through yesterday, down from a peak of 188.1 on January 11. Here is the 7-day average of new cases for the past 14 days:

The state has vaccinated a total of 10,365,752 people (8,352,245 have received the complete series of 2 doses or a single-dose vaccine). Vaccines were administered first to healthcare and front-line workers, with vaccines being rolled out to everyone 18 and older now (12 and older for the Pfizer vaccine).

Alachua County has vaccinated a total of 130,463 people, about 57.2% of the county’s population 15 years of age and older (112,624, about 50% of the 15+ population, have received the complete series). We don’t have population breakdowns for 12 and older.

This chart shows the percentage of the populations of Alachua County and Florida by age that have been vaccinated. About 90.7% of seniors in Alachua County have received at least one dose, and 84.6% of seniors in Alachua County have received both doses. By comparison, about 85.4% of the state’s seniors have received at least one dose, with 73.3% receiving both doses.

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    So Gain of Function points to part of the plan. Hacking consequences are another. Yet are they simply part of a more internal exercise to transform us?

    Pipe lines and food processing has been hacked recently. Who’s servers were used to get in the back door? Does Amazon control more servers than Gates? Facebook? Google?

    Just thinking!

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