|14 Day Average Case Count||Trend|
|BE/MZ Census Tract||1||🡇|
This is the average number of new cases per day.
|14 Day Average % Positive||Trend|
|BE/MZ Census Tract||14.5%||🡇|
We want to see this number below 5%. Anything over is an indication that not enough testing is being done and we are likely missing cases that have mild symptoms or are asymptomatic.
|7 Day Average per 100,000||Trend|
|BE/MZ Census Tract||12.7||╸|
Per the Harvard Global Health Institute we want this number to be less than 1 case per 100,000 people to be on track for containment. 1-9 cases per 100,000 people is indicative of community spread. 10-24 cases per 100,000 people shows an accelerated spread. 25+ cases per 100,000 people is the tipping point, cases are critically high and everyone should be staying home as much as possible.
Updated 2/18/2021 - We have been seeing a pretty steady decline in WI but even more so in Dane county. Numbers are still high but really starting to get to more manageable levels. With the vaccine rolling out I am hoping this trend will continue.