About our COVID Information Hub

How we get our numbers?
The statistics on our site come from a case management system utilized by County Public Health staff.  Data from that system is summarized and uploaded to our website.

What do the numbers mean?
  • Confirmed Cases: The number of test-confirmed positive cases since the pandemic began, including people who have recovered from the illness.
  • Active:  The number of confirmed cases who are currently in isolation.
  • Inactive:  The number of confirmed cases who are no longer in isolation, meaning they have met Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) criteria for release, including absence of fever for at least three days without use of fever reducing medicine, improvement in symptoms and have had seven days or more since onset of symptoms.
  • Current Hospitalized: The total number of people with confirmed cases of COVID from our community who are currently hospitalized.
  • Total Hospitalized:  The total number of people with confirmed cases of COVID from our community who have been hospitalized since the pandemic began, including people who have been released.
  • Total Tested:  The total number of COVID tests administered in our community.
  • Demographics of Confirmed Cases:  The percentage of positive COVID cases since the pandemic began, grouped into four age groups.
Visual Dashboard (coming soon)
Our visual dashboard utilizes GIS technology to display our data in a visual format.  The data for the Visual Dashboard is updated weekly and may not match the data on this website which is updated more frequently.