Fall officially starts this Saturday, September 23rd. So, it’s time to check in with our Inside Medicine Covid-19, flu, and RSV dashboard. If we arm ourselves with data, we can make the best choices. I know that’s why you’re here, so let’s get into it!
The Weekly Chart of Positive Tests is back up to 2022 Holidays & post 2023 New Year. The newly authorized Booster cover three of the most transmissible Sub-variants.
On the first set of charts, Tableau has replaced the last digit(s) of the year with ellipses, which is unfortunate.
It might also be helpful to force the major marks on the time axis be every 3 months.
These are minor issues compared to the great value these dashboards provide!
Many thanks, Jeremy, for the ongoing excellence of Inside Medicine. My question is not about this recent post, but about a related topic that you and I have discussed and about which you posted once earlier this year. To wit, what are you and your fine Longwood Chorus currently doing with masks and antigen tests?
Best wishes for continued success with your writing, teaching, research, and patient care. Shanah Tovah to you and your family.
Thank you!!!! The waste water data is so important and clearly very difficult to understand! You are the dream team for working to make it easier to understand! I live in Texas and clearly we are not great AND WE ARE NOT FLORIDA. It’s the little things😂
Where are you getting your death data? I have seen the NVSS (?) and it is so lagged and you can't see how long lags are taking to catch up that the data is worthless. A recent number I heard was over 100k through mid August implying from simple extrapolation about 140K for this year. So what are you using? frankly your numbers look way too low. And since everybody stopped reporting death numbers when the Emergency was declared over in May, the numbers that do get thrown around seem based on ...? And are always different.