There is still a chance to avoid the surge
Roseville, California-Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, health officials have continued to point out that the positive rate is a consistently reliable “canary in the coal mine.”
Texas, Florida, and Arizona provide some of the most obvious examples of what happens when science and reality are ignored due to political satire.
Placer County’s 7-day positive rate is currently 14.4%, and it is currently one of the ten worst states in California. The number of hospitalizations and deaths is also on the rise. The test rate per 100,000 residents in Placer is also at the bottom line in California, and many people experience long delays in obtaining results. Placer County officials continue to report the shortage of ICU beds on the county’s COVID-19 dashboard.
The ability to track and monitor rates also provides residents with some early warning information, enabling them to redouble their efforts to take reasonable precautions to bend the curve backward. Health experts still recommend washing hands, wearing masks and staying away from social interactions as effective mitigation tools during the pandemic.
Working together, Placer County still has the opportunity to avoid more painful situations by assuming leadership roles.
The health, business and economy of our community will all become better.
County officials responded to “artificially increased” positive rate
After the release, Placer officials reached out and pointed out that their website disclaimer was “may be underestimated.” Bidder officials called the positive rate “artificially increased.” They added: “… the health care provider manually provided other positive results, resulting in a higher positive rate.”
Disclaimer on the Dashboard of the Placer: “Attention: Please note that CalREDIE, the statewide electronic disease reporting system, has encountered serious unresolved processing delays. Therefore, the new case introduced here is May be underestimated Cases of real incidents reported. This will affect many of our statistics, including medical record rate and growth percentage estimates
Why is there a difference?
The state’s CalREDIE (Disease Reporting Registration System) started reporting problems early this week because of concerns Underreport.
“Due to a technical issue with the public laboratory reporting system reporting to the state’s disease registry (CalREDIE), CDPH found insufficient reporting of COVID-19 cases. However, this issue will not affect or delay patient care and test results. Laboratory continues The test results are reported directly to medical service providers and hospitals, and hospitalization and mortality will not be affected, because they are directly reported to the state through different systems. This may also lead to underreporting cases at the local level.
Although clinicians can still report to the local health department, this issue may affect the ability of the local public health department to receive all laboratory reports for case investigation and contact tracking. “
Until all the problems are resolved, residents and health officials will not be able to clearly understand this important and closely watched indicator.