In Data News, 2021-04-28
This layer displays the percent of adults 18 years or older who have been fully vaccinated.View in Map Room
This layer displays the number of COVID patients as a percent of overall patients admitted to a particular hospital. Hospitals are reporting admission information to the Department of Health and Human Services where it is compiled and released weekly. The dataset releases information by the sum total of an indicator, the daily mean of an indicator, and the number of days reported in that week. The percent of covid admissions was calculated by:
Value = ([SUM Adult Inpatient Covid Admissions]/[SUM Total Adult Inpatient Admissions]) * 100
Symbols in this layer are also sized based on the overall bed capacity of a hospital.
Only hospitals reporting COVID-19 Case data are included on this map.View in Map Room
This layer displays the number of new COVID-19 Cases in the last 14 days, and the percent change in overall cases as well as the percent change compared to cases 15-28 days ago. Tracking new cases over the last 14 days provides a rolling snapshot of how COVID-19 is progressing. While some areas have seen a decline in the number of new cases, other areas, especially rural areas, have started to see an increase in new cases.
Comparing the number of new cases for the most recent 14-day period to the number of new cases in the prior 14-day period (15-28 days ago) indicates where the rate of new cases is growing or declining.
These data are updated daily.