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Nation Still Grappling with Long-Term Care Outbreaks as New Cases Double: This Week in Long-Term Care COVID-19 Data, Nov 24

Nearly 40 percent of new COVID-19 cases in long-term care facilities came from the Midwest, and just three facilities in Wyoming were home to half of that state’s new resident and staff cases, a dire reminder of how easily COVID-19 spreads within close-contact environments.

Daily COVID-19 Data Is About to Get Weird

The upcoming holiday means that many COVID-19 metrics are going to drop—and then rise—in ways that may trip up unsuspecting observers. Here’s what to watch out for.

By Erin KissaneNovember 24, 2020

What We Know About Covid Testing Sensitivity

To successfully manage the pandemic, we need tools for both surveillance and diagnosis, in the form of antigen tests and PCR tests.

By Whet MoserNovember 23, 2020

One Million Cases in Seven Days: This Week in COVID-19 Data, Nov 19

Weekly cases grew 26 percent and nearly 80,000 people in the United States are hospitalized with COVID-19. That’s one-third higher than the nation’s previous record.

Cases Race Past Previous Highs: This Week in Long-Term Care COVID-19 Data, Nov 17

With COVID-19 cases surging across the country, long-term care facilities experienced their largest increase in six months. The LTC case surge is concentrated in the Midwest, mirroring the pattern of the US pandemic as a whole.

A Nationwide Case Surge Hits US Hospitals: This Week in COVID-19 Data, Nov 12

One in 378 US residents tested positive for COVID-19 this week, and hospitalizations have nearly doubled in the past two weeks. The United States is posting new records for cases and hospitalizations nearly every day, and healthcare systems are reaching capacity in many areas where cases have spiked.

By The COVID Tracking ProjectNovember 12, 2020
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