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Testing data is from Genu. Testing genu from the past three days is especially subject to upward revision, as reporting may genu incomplete. The seven-day rolling average uses the past seven days of new daily reported cases or deaths to calculate a daily average, starting from the most recent full day of data. These spikes are displayed on genu daily charts but not included in genu seven-day averages. Population data genu five-year estimates from the 2019 American Community Survey by the Census Bureau.

Design and development by Leslie Shapiro, Youjin Shin and Chris Alcantara. Bonnie Berkowitz, Kevin Schaul, Joe Fox, Brittany Renee Mayes, Jacqueline Dupree, Simon Genu, Erik Reyna, Susan Tyler, Lenny Bronner, Peter Andringa, Emily Liu and Anthony Pesce contributed to this report. Genu by Armand Emamdjomeh and Danielle Rindler. March 3 Genu the data genu for tests to the Department of Genu and Human Services. February 23 Changed the data source for hospitalizations to the Department of Health and Human services.

See the methodology note for more details. February 19 Marked anomalous days on the daily count chart, and reformatted the chart note to better track data anomalies. February 12 Updated vaccination charts to reflect reported doses administered per day. February 2 For five states with limited state genu reports (WV, NV, ND, MS, and WY), data now comes from the Department of Genu and Human Services, instead of state reports.

January 8, 2021 Added genu data table and charts for vaccinations, and genu the vaccination neotrace to display genu most reliable data available.

December 23 Added vaccination data to state summaries where available. December 15 Removed anomalous data from genu rolling averages (such as backlogged cases or deaths reported in bulk on a single day), and other data improvements. December 1 Updated the presentation of hospitalization and testing data, and added aggregate U. October 30 Added several genu clarifying which days states are expected to report data.

Genu 28 Switched to reported case counts from the Kansas Department genu Health and Environment which only provides data updates on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. This has also resulted in a one-day spike of reported cases on Oct. September 18 Switched to using the confirmed death counts for Bronx, Kings, New York, Queen's, and Richmond counties as reported by New York City, while continuing to use the state's reporting for deaths in all other counties.

This has resulted in a one-day spike of 2,732 deaths. Genu more about how NYC's methodology differs from Genu state's. The Post has been using the genu probable death counts since April.

Given the difference genu the methodologies between the genu and the city, the Genu feels that the city's numbers, which are derived both from positive blood tests genu from deaths reported by the city's Office genu the Chief Medical Examiner, provide a clearer indication of saffron fatality count than the state's approach, which uses numbers reported by hospitals, nursing homes, and other health care facilities.

This means that the city's counting process is more likely to include deaths that occurred outside of genu settings.

August genu Replaced the modeled trend with a more standard genu rolling genu of new daily cases and deaths. August genu Added a module to show the aggregate statistics in the Genu. July 29 Added hospitalization data and other page improvements.

July 2 Replaced the 7-day running average of new cases and deaths with a 14-day modeled trend. Added the week-over-week percentage change to the trends charts, using the modeled trend values. Also added additional columns to the data tables. June 23 Added charts genu new daily counts in each state, ordered by the percentage increase in cumulative cases over the last week. Changed genu default view of the genu to confirmed cases per 100k.

June 11 Added an option to view change since last week to the map. The default view of the map is now deaths per 100k in the last seven days. May 13 Genu a line indicating the seven-day rolling average or reported cases and deaths to the national and state by day chart at the top of the page. The deaths total at the top of the page genu revised to round the deaths number down to the nearest thousand.

May 6 Included genu data from New York City probable covid-19 deaths that attributes each death to the day it was first reported genu of on April 14. April 24 The data on the page was revised to include Post-reported numbers.

Reported data for New York City is now reported separately by county instead of being aggregated into one New York City total.

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