TR’s weekly report (March 1 – March 7) on Leon County COVID cases, hospitalizations, and testing positivity rates is detailed below.
TR’s February 28th weekly report can be reviewed here.
The weekly COVID report, ending March 7th, shows decreases in new cases, the positivity rate and hospitalizations.
Since the middle to the end of January 2021, the charts below show the significant downward trend in the three indicators.
The Leon County 7-day average (yellow-line) of reported COVID cases moved from 68 cases on February 28th to 52 cases on March 7th, a 23.5% decrease.
The Leon County 7-day average (yellow-line) of reported COVID hospitalizations changed from 44 on February 28th to 43 reported on March 7th, a 2.3% decrease.
The Leon County 7-day average (yellow line) COVID positivity rate changed from 3.8% on February 28th to 3.0% on March 7th, a 21.1% decrease.
Leon County confirmed cases per 1K population: 97.7 cases, masks mandated
Bay County confirmed cases per 1K population: 104.8 cases, no mask mandate
Gadsden County confirmed cases per 1K population: 118.9 cases, masks mandated
Wakulla County confirmed cases per 1K population: 93.6 cases, no mask mandate
Okaloosa County confirmed cases per 1K population: 90.6 cases, no mask mandate
Looking at a few counties in the North Florida region it is clear mask mandates have little correlation to reduced Covid cases. However Leon County will not repeal their mask orders until the CDC overlords give them the green light to do so.
Is it true that Dr. Fauci facilitated millions of dollars to the Wuhan Clinic under Obama? I guess the Democrats got their money’s worth.
And with the CDC saying vaccinated individuals can toss their masks into the trash can, our Illustrious county commissioners are still mandating masks. Why do you keep voting for Democrats.
Don’t get too excited the Mutants are coming!