North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services: NCDHHS Updates COVID-19 Vaccine and Booster/Additional Dose Data

North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services: NCDHHS Updates COVID-19 Vaccine and Booster/Additional Dose Data. “The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services today updated the COVID-19 vaccination dashboard to better show how many people in North Carolina are up to date with current COVID-19 vaccination recommendations. NCDHHS has added state-level and county metrics on people who are vaccinated with at least one booster/additional dose. The ‘Fully Vaccinated’ metric is now ‘Vaccinated with Two Doses or One Dose J&J.’”

WPRI: RI health officials ‘concerned’ with lagging K-12 vaccination rates

WPRI: RI health officials ‘concerned’ with lagging K-12 vaccination rates. “The R.I. Department of Health recently launched a new website showing vaccination rates among all eligible public-school students five years and older across the state. The most recently available data shows 48% of students are partially vaccinated and 42% are fully vaccinated. The rates are substantially lower than statewide trends, which is concerning to state health officials.”

Breaking News: 62 US counties likely at or over 100% hospital capacity. “Circuit breakers” may be needed in those areas. (Inside Medicine)

Inside Medicine: Breaking News: 62 US counties likely at or over 100% hospital capacity. “Circuit breakers” may be needed in those areas.. “The result is a county-level and state-level map that indicates exactly which areas have already exceeded hospital capacity, and identifies ones that are poised overflow if they remain above the thresholds that we calculate for the next 5-10 days. In other words, for every county and state, we can tell officials how many new coronavirus cases can be ‘tolerated’ without being at high risk of hospitals overflowing 1-10 days later.”

Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority: Lt. Gov. Crouch, IHCDA unveil comprehensive dashboard to assist communities with housing inventory

Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority: Lt. Gov. Crouch, IHCDA unveil comprehensive dashboard to assist communities with housing inventory. “Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch, the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA) and partners from the Housing Working Group, which represents stakeholders from around the state, today released a housing dashboard that includes a statewide inventory of housing in Indiana…. Information can be compared county by county, including housing stock in Indiana by age, by price, by number of units in a structure, by number of bedrooms in a unit, and more.”

Politico: Covid’s deadly trade-offs, by the numbers: How each state has fared in the pandemic

Politico: Covid’s deadly trade-offs, by the numbers: How each state has fared in the pandemic. “POLITICO’s State Pandemic Scorecard pulls together what we know so far about how states fared during the pandemic, and how the choices each made impacted its residents, businesses and schools. The scorecard groups available data for policy outcomes into four categories — health, economy, social well-being and education — and generates scores in each area between zero and 100.”

WJHL: Breakthrough COVID cases a rising percent of TN total – health officials say death numbers among vaccinated still very low

WJHL: Breakthrough COVID cases a rising percent of TN total – health officials say death numbers among vaccinated still very low. “A new data tool on the Tennessee Department of Health (TDH) website reveals vaccinated people account for almost one in four new COVID cases statewide since Nov. 1. Another TDH report shows that figure was about one in six for a period from May through September, when vaccine effectiveness had had less time to wane.”

MI Newswire: MDHHS releases COVID-19 wastewater monitoring dashboard

MI Newswire: MDHHS releases COVID-19 wastewater monitoring dashboard. “The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) has released a new data dashboard on the MDHHS COVID-19 Wastewater website to display COVID-19 wastewater monitoring data from the Sentinel Wastewater Epidemiology Evaluation Project (SWEEP). SWEEP provides a detailed, weekly analysis and interpretation of wastewater data from a subset of existing COVID-19 wastewater monitoring sites in Michigan.”

KPIX: San Francisco DA Launches New Portal For Criminal Justice Data

KPIX: San Francisco DA Launches New Portal For Criminal Justice Data. “The office of San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin revealed the new portals on its website allowing residents to access detailed criminal justice information. The recently built ‘SFDA Prosecutions of SFPD Incidents & Arrests’ dashboard tracks the number and types of incidents reported to the San Francisco Police Department that result in arrest as well as those that are prosecuted.”

Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment: Facility vaccine dashboard now available on the state COVID-19 website

Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment: Facility vaccine dashboard now available on the state COVID-19 website. “The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment launched a new COVID-19 vaccination data dashboard with staff vaccination information for all licensed health care facilities, including hospitals, nursing homes and other long term care facilities. The data lists facility type and name, as well as the reporting period. The data is self-reported by the facility and is categorized by vaccinated, partially vaccinated, unvaccinated, medically exempt, and religiously exempt. Facilities that are not in compliance also are listed on the dashboard. This information allows the public to compare nursing home facilities to make informed, consumer-decisions based on vaccination compliance.”

North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services: New Data Dashboard Tracks Trends in Violent Deaths in North Carolina to Aid Safety and Prevention Efforts

North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services: New Data Dashboard Tracks Trends in Violent Deaths in North Carolina to Aid Safety and Prevention Efforts. “The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services released the North Carolina Violent Death Reporting System (NC-VDRS) Data Dashboard, an interactive online dashboard that provides aggregate information on violent deaths for all 100 counties in North Carolina. The NC-VDRS dashboard, funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, was created to make data more accessible to public health partners to inform the development, implementation and evaluation of prevention efforts around violence and safety.”

State of New York: Governor Hochul Announces New COVID-19 Data Hub Website to Expand Public Access, Centralize Information and Improve the User Experience

State of New York: Governor Hochul Announces New COVID-19 Data Hub Website to Expand Public Access, Centralize Information and Improve the User Experience. “Governor Kathy Hochul today announced the launch of a new centralized website for New York State COVID-19 data. This website includes new data as well as a reorganization of previously released data to make it easier for the public to access, read and understand. In addition, more COVID-19 data is now being made available on Health Data NY.”

WKYC: Ohio launches COVID variant dashboard

WKYC: Ohio launches COVID variant dashboard. “There’s a new tool available Friday that will help provide more context to the daily COVID-19 data throughout Ohio. Instead of just reporting a total number of new COVID infections, the state of Ohio is now providing a variant dashboard HERE.”

Johns Hopkins: New global dashboard sheds light on reasons behind COVID vaccine hesitancy, refusal

Johns Hopkins: New global dashboard sheds light on reasons behind COVID vaccine hesitancy, refusal. “In an ongoing global survey, more than half of those who are unvaccinated in more than 50 countries indicated in August that they definitely or probably won’t get a COVID-19 vaccine. A new dashboard, launched today by the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs, unpacks that survey data to help explain why—and how experts can work to increase acceptance rates.”