After a spike in cases in early September, the three charts below show that Leon County COVID numbers are trending down.
The chart below shows that Leon County COVID cases reached a 7-day average (yellow line) of approximately 60 cases in late August before spiking to 210 cases during early September. Since then, the 7-day average number of cases has trended down to 130.
The number of daily COVID hospitalizations has been declining since a high of 94 in mid-August. The number of COVID hospitalizations is now 46. The hospitalization numbers did not seem to be impacted by the September spike.
The Leon County 7-day average (yellow line) COVID positivity rate peaked at over 15% in early September and has since trended down to below 9%. Before the September peak, the positivity rate was below 5% for a week during late August.