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11-25 COVID-19 Update for Santa Clara County

2020.11.25 23:55 hoser2112 11-25 COVID-19 Update for Santa Clara County

The county reported 469 new cases today, and I count 435 of those falling within the past 7 days. The county reported 3 new deaths. We are currently in the Purple Tier. The state monitoring chart and tier levels are updated as needed now, the covid19.ca.gov site as of Nov 24 lists a daily COVID-19 case per 100k rate of 15.5 (for the week 11/12-11/18), with an adjusted case rate of 7.7 (there's an adjustment factor depending on how many tests per 100k you do compared against the state average, for Santa Clara's testing rate that adjustment factor is currently 0.500).
City Total Cases New Cases Added Today Total Past 7 Days Daily Average per 100K
Campbell 566 3 47 15.81
Cupertino 215 3 27 6.36
Gilroy 2263 18 219 56.35
Los Altos 184 3 18 8.41
Los Altos Hills 58 0 5 8.39
Los Gatos 293 17 45 20.79
Milpitas 834 13 60 11.07
Monte Sereno 30 0 0 0.00
Morgan Hill 921 13 68 22.14
Mountain View 835 13 77 13.58
OtheUnknown 1227 0 152
Palo Alto 407 6 23 4.90
San Jose 21155 304 1749 24.34
Santa Clara 1478 19 114 12.90
Saratoga 186 6 19 8.79
Sunnyvale 1395 26 127 11.91

ZIP Total Cases New Cases Added Today Total Past 7 Days Daily Average per 100K
94022 130 1 12 8.85
94024 109 2 11 6.56
94040 375 4 33 13.15
94041 171 1 10 9.92
94043 275 7 32 14.52
94085 355 3 29 17.55
94086 489 11 48 13.82
94087 289 4 21 5.24
94089 254 8 29 18.57
94301 142 1 8 6.65
94304 33 1 2 7.32
94305 42 0 1 0.93
94306 155 3 10 5.19
95002 55 2 10 66.57
95008 547 2 39 11.98
95014 208 2 24 5.49
95020 2202 17 214 47.88
95030 97 14 20 21.50
95032 211 2 23 12.50
95035 832 13 60 11.05
95037 900 13 65 17.98
95046 157 3 13 30.82
95050 598 5 54 19.55
95051 553 10 42 10.32
95054 311 3 16 9.42
95070 183 6 19 8.67
95110 752 13 76 53.74
95111 2064 24 135 30.91
95112 1361 24 135 31.58
95113 75 1 8 58.94
95116 2081 26 188 47.55
95117 687 7 40 19.31
95118 441 3 29 12.72
95119 109 1 12 16.37
95120 261 3 16 6.05
95121 743 18 70 26.25
95122 2362 30 184 45.49
95123 1138 14 87 18.33
95124 417 9 43 12.00
95125 819 14 57 15.20
95126 731 7 54 21.44
95127 2108 30 179 38.93
95128 572 9 53 20.10
95129 227 6 26 9.33
95130 123 1 11 10.57
95131 363 11 39 17.87
95132 493 8 47 16.05
95133 553 9 43 21.38
95134 258 5 24 12.59
95135 125 1 12 7.67
95136 916 12 73 21.91
95138 276 2 32 22.01
95139 82 1 9 17.63
95148 786 13 50 14.62
The growth of new cases, eliminating the most recent 2 days and then comparing the previous 7 days to the 7 days before that, we end up with 1.10. If we do the same, but eliminate the most recent 5 days, we end up with 1.29. In all cases, a number over 1 means the number of new cases per day is growing, a number less than 1 means the number of new cases per day is shrinking.
The daily average case rate per 100k over the past 7 days (excluding the most recent four days) is 18.94. The adjusted case rate is 9.47. Note that the state uses different data for their tier level calculations, the current difference between my calculations and the state calculations are that my calculations are higher by 1.6.
Note that the date a case is reported on is the date of the first test, not when the results were reported, so the data for the last 5+ days is incomplete and cases will continue to be added to those dates.
Case Date Cases New Cases Added Today
Oct 19 140 0
Oct 20 198 0
Oct 21 148 0
Oct 22 133 0
Oct 23 148 0
Oct 24 69 0
Oct 25 56 0
Oct 26 158 0
Oct 27 198 0
Oct 28 166 -1
Oct 29 142 0
Oct 30 148 1
Oct 31 98 0
Nov 1 55 0
Nov 2 218 0
Nov 3 278 0
Nov 4 299 0
Nov 5 265 0
Nov 6 256 0
Nov 7 210 -1
Nov 8 85 0
Nov 9 295 -1
Nov 10 417 0
Nov 11 344 -2
Nov 12 448 -1
Nov 13 381 0
Nov 14 266 -1
Nov 15 117 -1
Nov 16 316 0
Nov 17 551 19
Nov 18 553 37
Nov 19 464 98
Nov 20 342 114
Nov 21 187 97
Nov 22 71 28
Nov 23 63 60
Nov 24 1 1

Lab report, they've corrected the number from yesterday, so there's a bunch of negative results added that aren't really new over the past day. The average test positive rate over the past 7 days (excluding the most recent three days) is 3.03%.
Positive Negative New Positive Tests Today New Negative Tests Today Test Positive Rate
Oct 26 180 10857 0 15 1.63%
Oct 27 240 12621 0 122 1.87%
Oct 28 183 12325 0 449 1.46%
Oct 29 167 11224 0 1471 1.47%
Oct 30 165 9391 0 2184 1.73%
Oct 31 115 3904 0 1702 2.86%
Nov 1 63 2380 0 1030 2.58%
Nov 2 244 10244 0 3010 2.33%
Nov 3 301 12641 0 3973 2.33%
Nov 4 331 13015 0 4292 2.48%
Nov 5 295 11543 0 3650 2.49%
Nov 6 284 11330 0 3878 2.45%
Nov 7 235 4827 0 2406 4.64%
Nov 8 102 2951 0 1154 3.34%
Nov 9 333 11876 0 3965 2.73%
Nov 10 483 14829 0 5393 3.15%
Nov 11 386 11886 0 4749 3.15%
Nov 12 498 13018 -1 4987 3.68%
Nov 13 445 13308 0 5319 3.24%
Nov 14 317 6482 0 3401 4.66%
Nov 15 136 3520 -1 1433 3.72%
Nov 16 361 13003 4 4402 2.70%
Nov 17 612 17439 20 6317 3.39%
Nov 18 621 16726 43 6825 3.58%
Nov 19 505 17301 108 7309 2.84%
Nov 20 394 16545 134 8425 2.33%
Nov 21 215 6352 111 4123 3.27%
Nov 22 87 2408 41 1499 3.49%
Nov 23 82 5549 78 5010 1.46%
Nov 24 1 583 1 583 0.17%

Hospitalizations, using the state dashboard there are 51 cases in the ICU, up 3, and 217 total cases hospitalized, up 16. Using the county dashboard, there are 49 cases in the ICU, unchanged, 213 total cases hospitalized, up 16, and 45 new admissions.
Long term care facilities, they added 76 cases, 9 hospitalizations, and 10 deaths to the dashboard totals over the past week.
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2020.11.25 18:50 cityoftrees2017 Week 13 Match-up Preview Thread: Boise State Broncos vs. San Jose State Spartans

Boise State vs. San Jose State
When: Saturday, November, 28, 04:00 PM Eastern
Where: Albertsons Stadium - Boise, ID
Watch: Fox
Odds: Boise State by 11.5 pts.
Total Points: 58.0
All-Time Series : Boise State vs. San Jose State
Boise State and San Jose State have met 14 times since 10/14/1978.
These teams last met 389 days ago on 11/02/2019.
Series Wins: Boise State 14-0-0 San Jose State
Longest streak of continuous meetings: 10 (2001-2010).
Boise State has won the last 14 meetings (1978-2019) in this series.
Last 6 Meetings
Winner Date Location Boise State San Jose State Notes
Boise State 2019-11-02 San Jose, CA 52 42
Boise State 2016-11-04 Boise, ID 45 31
Boise State 2015-11-27 San Jose, CA 40 23
Boise State 2010-10-16 San Jose, CA 48 0
Boise State 2009-10-31 Boise, ID 45 7
Boise State 2008-10-24 San Jose, CA 33 16
Series Comparison Data via Winsipedia
Through Week 12
Week Boise State 4-1(4-0) Result San Jose State 4-0(4-0) Result
1 BYE N/A BYE N/A
2 BYE N/A BYE N/A
3 BYE N/A BYE N/A
4 BYE N/A BYE N/A
5 BYE N/A BYE N/A
6 BYE N/A BYE N/A
7 BYE N/A BYE N/A
8 Utah State 0-4(0-4) W 42-13 Air Force 2-2(1-2) W 17-6
9 Air Force 2-2(1-2) W 49-30 New Mexico 0-4(0-4) W 38-21
10 BYU#7 9-0(0-0) L 17-51 San Diego State 3-2(3-2) W 28-17
11 Colorado State 1-2(1-2) W 52-21 UNLV 0-4(0-4) W 34-17
12 Hawai'i 2-3(2-3) W 40-32 BYE N/A
All rankings reflect the current /cfb poll
Boise State Injury Report
Data Scraped: 2020-11-25 10:00:03
Player Position Status Reported Notes
Jonny Messina K Out Indefinitely – Undisclosed Sun, Nov 22 Messina is out of action with an undefined injury, and it remains to be seen when he will get back on the field.
Demetri Washington LB Ques Sat – Knee Sun, Nov 22 Washington has sat out the previous three games with a knee injury, and it is uncertain if he will take part in Saturday’s tilt against San Jose State.
Jack Sears QB Ques Sat – Upper Body Sun, Nov 22 Sears was held out of the previous two games with an upper-body injury, and it has yet to be established if he will face San Jose State on Saturday.
Brock Miller LB Ques Sat – Undisclosed Sun, Nov 22 Miller has sat out the pervious three games due to and injury in an unlisted location, and it is unknown if he will line up Saturday versus San Jose State.
Marques Evans CB Ques Sat – Undisclosed Sun, Nov 22 Evans has missed last three games due to an unknown injury, and it remains to be seen if he will be active Saturday against San Jose State.
Chase Cord QB Out Indefinitely – Ankle Sun, Nov 22 Cord is recovering from offseason ankle surgery, and there is no timetable for recovery.
George Holani RB Ques Sat – Leg Sun, Nov 22 Holani has missed the last three games with a leg injury, and it is unclear if he will suit up Saturday versus San Jose State.
Keeghan Freeborn NT Out For Season – Ankle Fri, Nov 13 Freeborn sustained a broken ankle, ending his season.
Herbert Gums Jr. NT Out For Season – Knee Fri, Nov 13 Gums Jr. suffered an ACL injury, and he is projected to sit out the remainder of the season.
Andy Nwaoko DE Out For Season – Undisclosed Tue, Oct 20 Nwaoko is expected to miss the remainder of the season due to an unspecified injury.
Octavius Evans WR Ques Sat – Undisclosed Sun, Nov 22 Evans has been held out of the previous three games with an undetermined injury, and it is up in the air if he will Saturday versus San Jose State.
Injury data lifted from: boydsbets.com
San Jose State Injury Report
Data Scraped: 2020-11-25 10:00:03
Player Position Status Reported Notes
Kyane Schmidt DL Out For Season – Head Mon, Sep 28 Schmidt is expected to miss the entire 2020 season as he sustained a major brain injury in a car accident.
Injury data lifted from: boydsbets.com
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2020.11.25 01:45 hoser2112 11-24 COVID-19 Update for Santa Clara County

The county reported 512 new cases today, and I count 453 of those falling within the past 7 days. The county reported 3 new deaths. We are currently in the Purple Tier. The state monitoring chart and tier levels are updated as needed now, the covid19.ca.gov site as of Nov 24 lists a daily COVID-19 case per 100k rate of 15.5 (for the week 11/12-11/18), with an adjusted case rate of 7.7 (there's an adjustment factor depending on how many tests per 100k you do compared against the state average, for Santa Clara's testing rate that adjustment factor is currently 0.500).
City Total Cases New Cases Added Today Total Past 7 Days Daily Average per 100K
Campbell 563 17 51 17.15
Cupertino 212 7 25 5.89
Gilroy 2245 37 218 56.09
Los Altos 181 0 16 7.47
Los Altos Hills 58 0 7 11.74
Los Gatos 276 6 33 15.25
Milpitas 821 6 58 10.70
Monte Sereno 30 0 2 8.18
Morgan Hill 908 14 69 22.47
Mountain View 822 16 71 12.52
OtheUnknown 1227 -3 161
Palo Alto 401 1 19 4.05
San Jose 20851 346 1612 22.43
Santa Clara 1459 28 111 12.56
Saratoga 180 1 13 6.01
Sunnyvale 1369 24 114 10.69

ZIP Total Cases New Cases Added Today Total Past 7 Days Daily Average per 100K
94022 129 0 13 9.58
94024 107 0 10 5.96
94040 371 8 33 13.15
94041 170 3 10 9.92
94043 268 4 27 12.25
94085 352 3 31 18.76
94086 478 11 40 11.51
94087 285 5 21 5.24
94089 246 5 22 14.09
94301 141 0 8 6.65
94304 32 1 1 3.66
94305 42 -1 2 1.86
94306 152 -1 8 4.15
95002 53 2 8 53.26
95008 545 15 43 13.21
95014 206 6 23 5.26
95020 2185 37 214 47.88
95030 83 2 8 8.60
95032 209 3 26 14.13
95035 819 6 58 10.68
95037 887 13 67 18.53
95046 154 5 9 21.34
95050 593 13 59 21.36
95051 543 14 38 9.34
95054 308 1 13 7.65
95070 177 1 13 5.93
95110 739 7 65 45.96
95111 2040 21 128 29.31
95112 1337 28 122 28.54
95113 74 4 8 58.94
95116 2055 45 178 45.02
95117 680 10 36 17.38
95118 438 1 31 13.60
95119 108 0 12 16.37
95120 258 1 16 6.05
95121 725 7 59 22.12
95122 2332 40 169 41.78
95123 1124 18 81 17.06
95124 408 12 37 10.33
95125 805 9 48 12.80
95126 724 9 55 21.83
95127 2078 33 169 36.75
95128 563 8 48 18.21
95129 221 9 23 8.25
95130 122 5 10 9.61
95131 352 8 31 14.21
95132 485 13 42 14.34
95133 544 12 39 19.40
95134 253 1 22 11.54
95135 124 2 12 7.67
95136 904 13 66 19.81
95138 274 6 33 22.70
95139 81 6 9 17.63
95148 773 12 46 13.45
The growth of new cases, eliminating the most recent 2 days and then comparing the previous 7 days to the 7 days before that, we end up with 0.97. If we do the same, but eliminate the most recent 5 days, we end up with 1.37. In all cases, a number over 1 means the number of new cases per day is growing, a number less than 1 means the number of new cases per day is shrinking.
The daily average case rate per 100k over the past 7 days (excluding the most recent four days) is 18.12. The adjusted case rate is 9.06. Note that the state uses different data for their tier level calculations, the current difference between my calculations and the state calculations are that my calculations are higher by 1.6.
Note that the date a case is reported on is the date of the first test, not when the results were reported, so the data for the last 5+ days is incomplete and cases will continue to be added to those dates.
Case Date Cases New Cases Added Today
Oct 24 69 -1
Oct 25 56 0
Oct 26 158 0
Oct 27 198 -1
Oct 28 167 -1
Oct 29 142 0
Oct 30 147 0
Oct 31 98 0
Nov 1 55 0
Nov 2 218 0
Nov 3 278 0
Nov 4 299 0
Nov 5 265 0
Nov 6 256 0
Nov 7 211 0
Nov 8 85 0
Nov 9 296 0
Nov 10 417 -1
Nov 11 346 0
Nov 12 449 0
Nov 13 381 0
Nov 14 267 0
Nov 15 118 2
Nov 16 316 46
Nov 17 532 84
Nov 18 516 86
Nov 19 366 126
Nov 20 228 101
Nov 21 90 22
Nov 22 43 31
Nov 23 3 3

Lab report, the numbers look completely wrong, they've removed thousands of negative results per day. The average test positive rate over the past 7 days (excluding the most recent three days) using these flawed numbers is 4.75%.
Positive Negative New Positive Tests Today New Negative Tests Today Test Positive Rate
Oct 25 65 2487 0 -18 2.55%
Oct 26 180 10842 0 -15 1.63%
Oct 27 240 12499 -1 -122 1.88%
Oct 28 183 11876 0 -449 1.52%
Oct 29 167 9753 0 -1471 1.68%
Oct 30 165 7207 0 -2184 2.24%
Oct 31 115 2202 0 -1701 4.96%
Nov 1 63 1350 0 -1030 4.46%
Nov 2 244 7234 0 -3010 3.26%
Nov 3 301 8668 0 -3973 3.36%
Nov 4 331 8723 0 -4292 3.66%
Nov 5 295 7893 0 -3650 3.60%
Nov 6 284 7452 0 -3878 3.67%
Nov 7 235 2421 0 -2406 8.85%
Nov 8 102 1797 0 -1154 5.37%
Nov 9 333 7911 0 -3963 4.04%
Nov 10 483 9436 -1 -5391 4.87%
Nov 11 386 7137 0 -4749 5.13%
Nov 12 499 8031 0 -4981 5.85%
Nov 13 445 7989 1 -5271 5.28%
Nov 14 317 3081 1 -3313 9.33%
Nov 15 137 2087 2 -1416 6.16%
Nov 16 357 8601 47 -4208 3.99%
Nov 17 592 11122 88 -5431 5.05%
Nov 18 578 9901 99 -5288 5.52%
Nov 19 397 9992 134 -3628 3.82%
Nov 20 260 8120 115 73 3.10%
Nov 21 104 2229 29 209 4.46%
Nov 22 46 909 33 641 4.82%
Nov 23 4 539 4 539 0.74%

Hospitalizations, using the state dashboard there are 48 cases in the ICU, down 6, and 201 total cases hospitalized, up 4. Using the county dashboard, there are 49 cases in the ICU, down 4, 197 total cases hospitalized, up 6, and 30 new admissions.
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2020.11.24 00:39 hoser2112 11-23 COVID-19 Update for Santa Clara County

The county reported 439 new cases today, and I count 426 of those falling within the past 7 days. The county reported 1 new death. We are currently in the Purple Tier. The state monitoring chart and tier levels are updated as needed now, the covid19.ca.gov site as of Nov 15 lists a daily COVID-19 case per 100k rate of 11.9 (with a 4 day lag), with an adjusted case rate of 7.6 (there's an adjustment factor depending on how many tests per 100k you do compared against the state average, for Santa Clara's testing rate that adjustment factor is currently 0.639).
City Total Cases New Cases Added Today Total Past 7 Days Daily Average per 100K
Campbell 546 15 40 13.45
Cupertino 205 6 23 5.42
Gilroy 2208 26 205 52.74
Los Altos 181 3 18 8.41
Los Altos Hills 58 3 7 11.74
Los Gatos 270 8 30 13.86
Milpitas 815 15 60 11.07
Monte Sereno 30 0 2 8.18
Morgan Hill 894 9 64 20.84
Mountain View 806 8 64 11.29
OtheUnknown 1190 0 128
Palo Alto 400 4 21 4.48
San Jose 20505 257 1502 20.90
Santa Clara 1431 13 95 10.75
Saratoga 179 2 14 6.48
Sunnyvale 1345 18 106 9.94

ZIP Total Cases New Cases Added Today Total Past 7 Days Daily Average per 100K
94022 129 2 14 10.32
94024 107 4 11 6.56
94040 363 4 29 11.56
94041 167 1 9 8.93
94043 264 3 26 11.80
94085 349 7 29 17.55
94086 467 9 35 10.07
94087 280 2 17 4.24
94089 241 0 25 16.01
94301 141 2 9 7.48
94304 31 0 0 0.00
94305 43 0 3 2.79
94306 153 2 10 5.19
95002 51 0 7 46.60
95008 530 13 34 10.44
95014 200 6 22 5.03
95020 2148 25 200 44.75
95030 81 2 6 6.45
95032 206 6 26 14.13
95035 813 15 60 11.05
95037 874 9 63 17.42
95046 149 -1 6 14.23
95050 580 8 47 17.02
95051 529 3 33 8.11
95054 307 2 14 8.24
95070 176 2 14 6.39
95110 732 14 65 45.96
95111 2019 22 130 29.77
95112 1309 18 103 24.10
95113 70 1 3 22.10
95116 2010 25 167 42.24
95117 670 4 32 15.45
95118 437 6 36 15.80
95119 108 5 13 17.73
95120 257 3 16 6.05
95121 718 9 53 19.87
95122 2292 30 149 36.84
95123 1106 9 78 16.43
95124 396 8 28 7.82
95125 796 9 59 15.73
95126 715 8 53 21.04
95127 2045 33 167 36.32
95128 555 6 45 17.07
95129 212 2 16 5.74
95130 117 1 5 4.81
95131 344 6 25 11.46
95132 472 9 37 12.63
95133 532 3 36 17.90
95134 252 2 27 14.17
95135 122 2 10 6.39
95136 891 12 60 18.01
95138 268 5 30 20.64
95139 75 1 4 7.84
95148 761 4 43 12.57
The growth of new cases, eliminating the most recent 2 days and then comparing the previous 7 days to the 7 days before that, we end up with 0.87. If we do the same, but eliminate the most recent 5 days, we end up with 1.24. In all cases, a number over 1 means the number of new cases per day is growing, a number less than 1 means the number of new cases per day is shrinking.
The daily average case rate per 100k over the past 7 days (excluding the most recent four days) is 17.14. The adjusted case rate is 10.95. Note that the state uses different data for their tier level calculations, the current difference between my calculations and the state calculations are that my calculations are higher by 1.2.
Note that the date a case is reported on is the date of the first test, not when the results were reported, so the data for the last 5+ days is incomplete and cases will continue to be added to those dates.
Case Date Cases New Cases Added Today
Oct 17 66 0
Oct 18 40 0
Oct 19 140 0
Oct 20 198 0
Oct 21 148 0
Oct 22 133 0
Oct 23 148 0
Oct 24 70 0
Oct 25 56 0
Oct 26 158 0
Oct 27 199 0
Oct 28 168 1
Oct 29 142 0
Oct 30 147 0
Oct 31 98 0
Nov 1 55 0
Nov 2 218 0
Nov 3 278 0
Nov 4 299 0
Nov 5 265 0
Nov 6 256 0
Nov 7 211 0
Nov 8 85 0
Nov 9 296 1
Nov 10 418 0
Nov 11 346 0
Nov 12 449 0
Nov 13 381 -2
Nov 14 267 1
Nov 15 116 1
Nov 16 270 16
Nov 17 448 19
Nov 18 430 81
Nov 19 240 142
Nov 20 127 89
Nov 21 68 67
Nov 22 12 12

Lab report, test positivity has dropped a little from peak. The average test positive rate over the past 7 days (excluding the most recent three days) is 2.93%.
Positive Negative New Positive Tests Today New Negative Tests Today Test Positive Rate
Oct 24 80 4311 0 0 1.82%
Oct 25 65 2505 0 0 2.53%
Oct 26 180 10857 0 0 1.63%
Oct 27 241 12621 0 0 1.87%
Oct 28 183 12325 0 0 1.46%
Oct 29 167 11224 0 0 1.47%
Oct 30 165 9391 0 0 1.73%
Oct 31 115 3903 0 0 2.86%
Nov 1 63 2380 0 0 2.58%
Nov 2 244 10244 0 0 2.33%
Nov 3 301 12641 0 0 2.33%
Nov 4 331 13015 0 0 2.48%
Nov 5 295 11543 0 1 2.49%
Nov 6 284 11330 0 0 2.45%
Nov 7 235 4827 0 2 4.64%
Nov 8 102 2951 0 0 3.34%
Nov 9 333 11874 1 0 2.73%
Nov 10 484 14827 1 3 3.16%
Nov 11 386 11886 0 0 3.15%
Nov 12 499 13012 0 2 3.69%
Nov 13 444 13260 0 5 3.24%
Nov 14 316 6394 1 7 4.71%
Nov 15 135 3503 1 20 3.71%
Nov 16 310 12809 18 586 2.36%
Nov 17 504 16553 19 1231 2.95%
Nov 18 479 15189 86 1049 3.06%
Nov 19 263 13620 154 3433 1.89%
Nov 20 145 8047 101 3060 1.77%
Nov 21 75 2020 74 1627 3.58%
Nov 22 13 268 13 268 4.63%

Hospitalizations, using the state dashboard there are 54 cases in the ICU, down 1, and 197 total cases hospitalized, up 7. Using the county dashboard, there are 53 cases in the ICU, unchanged, 191 total cases hospitalized, down 1, and 23 new admissions.
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2020.11.23 00:54 hoser2112 11-22 COVID-19 Update for Santa Clara County

The county reported 284 new cases today, and I count 268 of those falling within the past 7 days. The county does not report deaths on the weekend. We are currently in the Purple Tier. The state monitoring chart and tier levels are updated as needed now, the covid19.ca.gov site as of Nov 15 lists a daily COVID-19 case per 100k rate of 11.9 (with a 4 day lag), with an adjusted case rate of 7.6 (there's an adjustment factor depending on how many tests per 100k you do compared against the state average, for Santa Clara's testing rate that adjustment factor is currently 0.639).
City Total Cases New Cases Added Today Total Past 7 Days Daily Average per 100K
Campbell 531 3 32 10.76
Cupertino 199 0 19 4.48
Gilroy 2182 36 207 53.26
Los Altos 178 1 18 8.41
Los Altos Hills 55 1 6 10.06
Los Gatos 262 1 26 12.01
Milpitas 800 2 48 8.85
Monte Sereno 30 0 3 12.27
Morgan Hill 885 13 70 22.79
Mountain View 798 9 65 11.46
OtheUnknown 1166 0 104
Palo Alto 396 3 24 5.12
San Jose 20248 156 1510 21.01
Santa Clara 1418 8 97 10.98
Saratoga 177 1 14 6.48
Sunnyvale 1327 7 102 9.57

ZIP Total Cases New Cases Added Today Total Past 7 Days Daily Average per 100K
94022 127 2 15 11.06
94024 103 0 9 5.37
94040 359 2 31 12.35
94041 166 2 8 7.94
94043 261 5 26 11.80
94085 342 2 26 15.73
94086 458 3 27 7.77
94087 278 1 17 4.24
94089 241 1 32 20.49
94301 139 3 10 8.31
94304 31 0 1 3.66
94305 43 0 4 3.72
94306 151 0 11 5.70
95002 51 1 8 53.26
95008 517 3 28 8.60
95014 194 0 18 4.12
95020 2123 36 203 45.42
95030 79 -1 6 6.45
95032 200 2 23 12.50
95035 798 2 48 8.84
95037 865 13 69 19.08
95046 150 2 8 18.97
95050 572 7 42 15.21
95051 526 2 40 9.83
95054 305 -1 14 8.24
95070 174 1 14 6.39
95110 718 9 57 40.31
95111 1997 14 134 30.68
95112 1291 10 95 22.23
95113 69 0 4 29.47
95116 1985 19 162 40.97
95117 666 4 37 17.86
95118 431 4 37 16.23
95119 103 0 10 13.64
95120 254 1 17 6.43
95121 709 6 57 21.37
95122 2262 9 137 33.87
95123 1097 6 91 19.17
95124 388 3 23 6.42
95125 787 3 62 16.53
95126 707 6 48 19.05
95127 2012 19 158 34.36
95128 549 11 43 16.31
95129 210 2 16 5.74
95130 116 0 9 8.65
95131 338 7 30 13.75
95132 463 0 41 14.00
95133 529 3 41 20.39
95134 250 2 30 15.74
95135 120 2 9 5.75
95136 879 9 62 18.61
95138 263 4 32 22.01
95139 74 0 3 5.88
95148 757 3 49 14.33
The growth of new cases, eliminating the most recent 2 days and then comparing the previous 7 days to the 7 days before that, we end up with 0.92. If we do the same, but eliminate the most recent 5 days, we end up with 1.32. In all cases, a number over 1 means the number of new cases per day is growing, a number less than 1 means the number of new cases per day is shrinking.
The daily average case rate per 100k over the past 7 days (excluding the most recent four days) is 16.28. The adjusted case rate is 10.40. Note that the state uses different data for their tier level calculations, the current difference between my calculations and the state calculations are that my calculations are higher by 1.2.
Note that the date a case is reported on is the date of the first test, not when the results were reported, so the data for the last 5+ days is incomplete and cases will continue to be added to those dates.
Case Date Cases New Cases Added Today
Oct 17 66 0
Oct 18 40 0
Oct 19 140 0
Oct 20 198 0
Oct 21 148 -1
Oct 22 133 0
Oct 23 148 0
Oct 24 70 0
Oct 25 56 0
Oct 26 158 0
Oct 27 199 0
Oct 28 167 -1
Oct 29 142 0
Oct 30 147 0
Oct 31 98 -1
Nov 1 55 0
Nov 2 218 -1
Nov 3 278 -1
Nov 4 299 0
Nov 5 265 0
Nov 6 256 -1
Nov 7 211 -1
Nov 8 85 0
Nov 9 295 0
Nov 10 418 0
Nov 11 346 0
Nov 12 449 0
Nov 13 383 1
Nov 14 266 1
Nov 15 115 2
Nov 16 254 7
Nov 17 429 61
Nov 18 349 103
Nov 19 98 61
Nov 20 38 33
Nov 21 1 1

Lab report, test positivity is stabilizing. The average test positive rate over the past 7 days (excluding the most recent three days) is 3.19%.
Positive Negative New Positive Tests Today New Negative Tests Today Test Positive Rate
Oct 23 171 9627 0 0 1.75%
Oct 24 80 4311 0 0 1.82%
Oct 25 65 2505 0 0 2.53%
Oct 26 180 10857 0 0 1.63%
Oct 27 241 12621 0 0 1.87%
Oct 28 183 12325 0 0 1.46%
Oct 29 167 11224 0 0 1.47%
Oct 30 165 9391 0 0 1.73%
Oct 31 115 3903 -1 0 2.86%
Nov 1 63 2380 0 0 2.58%
Nov 2 244 10244 -1 0 2.33%
Nov 3 301 12641 -1 0 2.33%
Nov 4 331 13015 0 1 2.48%
Nov 5 295 11542 0 0 2.49%
Nov 6 284 11330 -1 1 2.45%
Nov 7 235 4825 -1 1 4.64%
Nov 8 102 2951 0 0 3.34%
Nov 9 332 11874 1 0 2.72%
Nov 10 483 14824 0 1 3.16%
Nov 11 386 11886 0 0 3.15%
Nov 12 499 13010 0 3 3.69%
Nov 13 444 13255 1 5 3.24%
Nov 14 315 6387 2 5 4.70%
Nov 15 134 3483 3 8 3.70%
Nov 16 292 12223 13 239 2.33%
Nov 17 485 15322 62 663 3.07%
Nov 18 393 14140 103 3427 2.70%
Nov 19 109 10187 67 6393 1.06%
Nov 20 44 4987 37 4792 0.87%
Nov 21 1 393 1 393 0.25%

Hospitalizations, using the state dashboard there are 55 cases in the ICU, up 5, and 190 total cases hospitalized, up 6. Using the county dashboard, there are 53 cases in the ICU, up 3, 192 total cases hospitalized, up 17, and 30 new admissions.
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2020.11.22 01:50 hoser2112 11-21 COVID-19 Update for Santa Clara County

The county reported 403 new cases today, and I count 377 of those falling within the past 7 days. The county does not report deaths on the weekend. We are currently in the Purple Tier. The state monitoring chart and tier levels are updated as needed now, the covid19.ca.gov site as of Nov 15 lists a daily COVID-19 case per 100k rate of 11.9 (with a 4 day lag), with an adjusted case rate of 7.6 (there's an adjustment factor depending on how many tests per 100k you do compared against the state average, for Santa Clara's testing rate that adjustment factor is currently 0.639).
City Total Cases New Cases Added Today Total Past 7 Days Daily Average per 100K
Campbell 528 5 35 11.77
Cupertino 199 1 20 4.71
Gilroy 2146 36 221 56.86
Los Altos 177 3 17 7.94
Los Altos Hills 54 1 7 11.74
Los Gatos 261 2 28 12.94
Milpitas 798 7 55 10.14
Monte Sereno 30 -1 3 12.27
Morgan Hill 872 6 69 22.47
Mountain View 789 10 70 12.35
OtheUnknown 1166 81 103
Palo Alto 393 2 22 4.69
San Jose 20092 229 1561 21.72
Santa Clara 1410 12 103 11.66
Saratoga 176 3 15 6.94
Sunnyvale 1320 10 105 9.85

ZIP Total Cases New Cases Added Today Total Past 7 Days Daily Average per 100K
94022 125 2 15 11.06
94024 103 2 9 5.37
94040 357 7 32 12.75
94041 164 0 13 12.90
94043 256 3 25 11.34
94085 340 5 25 15.13
94086 455 3 30 8.64
94087 277 2 18 4.49
94089 240 0 32 20.49
94301 136 1 7 5.82
94304 31 0 1 3.66
94305 43 0 5 4.65
94306 151 0 11 5.70
95002 50 1 8 53.26
95008 514 2 31 9.52
95014 194 1 19 4.35
95020 2087 35 213 47.65
95030 80 0 7 7.53
95032 198 1 24 13.05
95035 796 7 55 10.13
95037 852 6 67 18.53
95046 148 3 7 16.60
95050 565 5 39 14.12
95051 524 3 46 11.31
95054 306 4 17 10.01
95070 173 3 15 6.84
95110 709 8 50 35.36
95111 1983 20 141 32.28
95112 1281 19 91 21.29
95113 69 1 4 29.47
95116 1966 18 164 41.48
95117 662 6 40 19.31
95118 427 6 35 15.36
95119 103 2 11 15.01
95120 253 4 19 7.19
95121 703 12 67 25.12
95122 2253 26 149 36.84
95123 1091 16 95 20.01
95124 385 3 21 5.86
95125 784 8 68 18.13
95126 701 11 49 19.45
95127 1993 21 168 36.54
95128 538 5 32 12.14
95129 208 6 14 5.02
95130 116 2 9 8.65
95131 331 0 25 11.46
95132 463 5 50 17.07
95133 526 1 50 24.87
95134 248 2 30 15.74
95135 118 2 12 7.67
95136 870 11 63 18.91
95138 259 6 27 18.57
95139 74 -1 5 9.79
95148 754 7 54 15.79
The growth of new cases, eliminating the most recent 2 days and then comparing the previous 7 days to the 7 days before that, we end up with 1.10. If we do the same, but eliminate the most recent 5 days, we end up with 1.40. In all cases, a number over 1 means the number of new cases per day is growing, a number less than 1 means the number of new cases per day is shrinking.
The daily average case rate per 100k over the past 7 days (excluding the most recent four days) is 16.11. The adjusted case rate is 10.30. Note that the state uses different data for their tier level calculations, the current difference between my calculations and the state calculations are that my calculations are higher by 1.2.
Note that the date a case is reported on is the date of the first test, not when the results were reported, so the data for the last 5+ days is incomplete and cases will continue to be added to those dates.
Case Date Cases New Cases Added Today
Oct 17 66 0
Oct 18 40 0
Oct 19 140 0
Oct 20 198 0
Oct 21 149 0
Oct 22 133 0
Oct 23 148 0
Oct 24 70 0
Oct 25 56 0
Oct 26 158 0
Oct 27 199 1
Oct 28 168 0
Oct 29 142 0
Oct 30 147 0
Oct 31 99 0
Nov 1 55 0
Nov 2 219 0
Nov 3 279 0
Nov 4 299 0
Nov 5 265 -1
Nov 6 257 0
Nov 7 212 1
Nov 8 85 0
Nov 9 295 0
Nov 10 418 0
Nov 11 346 0
Nov 12 449 3
Nov 13 382 2
Nov 14 265 2
Nov 15 113 6
Nov 16 247 55
Nov 17 368 90
Nov 18 246 185
Nov 19 37 34
Nov 20 5 5

Lab report, test positivity continues to go way up. The average test positive rate over the past 7 days (excluding the most recent three days) is 3.21%.
Positive Negative New Positive Tests Today New Negative Tests Today Test Positive Rate
Oct 22 152 10100 0 0 1.48%
Oct 23 171 9627 0 0 1.75%
Oct 24 80 4311 0 0 1.82%
Oct 25 65 2505 0 0 2.53%
Oct 26 180 10857 0 0 1.63%
Oct 27 241 12621 1 0 1.87%
Oct 28 183 12325 0 0 1.46%
Oct 29 167 11224 0 0 1.47%
Oct 30 165 9391 0 0 1.73%
Oct 31 116 3903 0 0 2.89%
Nov 1 63 2380 0 0 2.58%
Nov 2 245 10244 0 0 2.34%
Nov 3 302 12641 0 0 2.33%
Nov 4 331 13014 0 1 2.48%
Nov 5 295 11542 -1 0 2.49%
Nov 6 285 11329 0 -1 2.45%
Nov 7 236 4824 0 0 4.66%
Nov 8 102 2951 0 0 3.34%
Nov 9 331 11874 0 0 2.71%
Nov 10 483 14823 0 1 3.16%
Nov 11 386 11886 -1 4 3.15%
Nov 12 499 13007 3 14 3.69%
Nov 13 443 13250 3 16 3.24%
Nov 14 313 6382 1 41 4.68%
Nov 15 131 3475 7 49 3.63%
Nov 16 279 11984 59 653 2.28%
Nov 17 423 14659 89 2282 2.80%
Nov 18 290 10713 219 6552 2.64%
Nov 19 42 3794 38 3150 1.09%
Nov 20 7 195 7 195 3.47%

Hospitalizations, using the state dashboard there are 50 cases in the ICU, unchanged, and 184 total cases hospitalized, up 6. Using the county dashboard, there are 50 cases in the ICU, unchanged, 175 total cases hospitalized, up 9, and 34 new admissions.
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2020.11.20 21:22 hoser2112 11-20 COVID-19 Update for Santa Clara County

The county reported 407 new cases today, and I count 361 of those falling within the past 7 days. Cases came in over a range of 10 days. The county reported 4 new deaths. We are currently in the Purple Tier. The state monitoring chart and tier levels are updated as needed now, the covid19.ca.gov site as of Nov 15 lists a daily COVID-19 case per 100k rate of 11.9 (with a 4 day lag), with an adjusted case rate of 7.6 (there's an adjustment factor depending on how many tests per 100k you do compared against the state average, for Santa Clara's testing rate that adjustment factor is currently 0.639).
City Total Cases New Cases Added Today Total Past 7 Days Daily Average per 100K
Campbell 523 3 32 10.76
Cupertino 198 2 20 4.71
Gilroy 2110 42 206 53.00
Los Altos 174 3 14 6.54
Los Altos Hills 53 0 6 10.06
Los Gatos 259 5 30 13.86
Milpitas 791 7 60 11.07
Monte Sereno 31 1 6 24.55
Morgan Hill 866 5 71 23.12
Mountain View 779 10 65 11.46
OtheUnknown 1085 0 41
Palo Alto 391 2 23 4.90
San Jose 19863 248 1557 21.67
Santa Clara 1398 19 102 11.55
Saratoga 173 3 14 6.48
Sunnyvale 1310 23 109 10.22

ZIP Total Cases New Cases Added Today Total Past 7 Days Daily Average per 100K
94022 123 1 13 9.58
94024 101 2 7 4.17
94040 350 7 25 9.96
94041 164 0 14 13.89
94043 253 3 26 11.80
94085 335 6 22 13.31
94086 452 4 35 10.07
94087 275 4 17 4.24
94089 240 9 35 22.41
94301 135 0 7 5.82
94304 31 0 1 3.66
94305 43 0 7 6.51
94306 151 2 11 5.70
95002 49 1 8 53.26
95008 512 3 31 9.52
95014 193 2 19 4.35
95020 2052 41 199 44.52
95030 80 1 9 9.68
95032 197 5 27 14.68
95035 789 7 60 11.05
95037 846 4 70 19.36
95046 145 0 5 11.86
95050 560 9 37 13.40
95051 521 6 50 12.29
95054 302 3 14 8.24
95070 170 3 14 6.39
95110 701 14 46 32.53
95111 1963 15 132 30.22
95112 1262 20 81 18.95
95113 68 1 3 22.10
95116 1948 38 159 40.22
95117 656 1 41 19.79
95118 421 3 32 14.04
95119 101 1 14 19.10
95120 249 4 17 6.43
95121 691 8 70 26.25
95122 2227 32 152 37.58
95123 1075 16 87 18.33
95124 382 3 19 5.30
95125 776 10 83 22.13
95126 690 5 41 16.28
95127 1972 20 169 36.75
95128 533 7 32 12.14
95129 202 1 13 4.66
95130 114 1 7 6.73
95131 331 5 31 14.21
95132 458 6 51 17.41
95133 525 6 52 25.86
95134 246 6 32 16.79
95135 116 1 12 7.67
95136 859 10 70 21.01
95138 253 3 26 17.89
95139 75 2 7 13.71
95148 747 6 59 17.25
The growth of new cases, eliminating the most recent 2 days and then comparing the previous 7 days to the 7 days before that, we end up with 1.10. If we do the same, but eliminate the most recent 5 days, we end up with 1.41. In all cases, a number over 1 means the number of new cases per day is growing, a number less than 1 means the number of new cases per day is shrinking.
The daily average case rate per 100k over the past 7 days (excluding the most recent four days) is 16.37. The adjusted case rate is 10.46. Note that the state uses different data for their tier level calculations, the current difference between my calculations and the state calculations are that my calculations are higher by 1.2.
Note that the date a case is reported on is the date of the first test, not when the results were reported, so the data for the last 5+ days is incomplete and cases will continue to be added to those dates.
Case Date Cases New Cases Added Today
Oct 17 66 0
Oct 18 40 0
Oct 19 140 0
Oct 20 198 0
Oct 21 149 0
Oct 22 133 0
Oct 23 148 0
Oct 24 70 0
Oct 25 56 0
Oct 26 158 0
Oct 27 198 -1
Oct 28 168 1
Oct 29 142 -1
Oct 30 147 -1
Oct 31 99 0
Nov 1 55 0
Nov 2 219 2
Nov 3 279 0
Nov 4 299 0
Nov 5 266 0
Nov 6 257 2
Nov 7 211 -1
Nov 8 85 0
Nov 9 295 -1
Nov 10 418 4
Nov 11 346 18
Nov 12 446 9
Nov 13 380 21
Nov 14 263 15
Nov 15 107 31
Nov 16 192 47
Nov 17 278 188
Nov 18 61 56
Nov 19 3 3

Lab report, test positivity continues to go way up. The average test positive rate over the past 7 days (excluding the most recent three days) is 3.22%.
Positive Negative New Positive Tests Today New Negative Tests Today Test Positive Rate
Oct 21 169 10923 0 0 1.52%
Oct 22 152 10100 0 1 1.48%
Oct 23 171 9627 0 0 1.75%
Oct 24 80 4311 0 1 1.82%
Oct 25 65 2505 0 0 2.53%
Oct 26 180 10857 0 0 1.63%
Oct 27 240 12621 0 0 1.87%
Oct 28 183 12325 0 5 1.46%
Oct 29 167 11224 0 0 1.47%
Oct 30 165 9391 0 0 1.73%
Oct 31 116 3903 0 1 2.89%
Nov 1 63 2380 0 0 2.58%
Nov 2 245 10244 0 2 2.34%
Nov 3 302 12641 0 2 2.33%
Nov 4 331 13013 0 1 2.48%
Nov 5 296 11542 0 3 2.50%
Nov 6 285 11330 0 1 2.45%
Nov 7 236 4824 0 1 4.66%
Nov 8 102 2951 0 0 3.34%
Nov 9 331 11874 -1 3 2.71%
Nov 10 483 14822 0 16 3.16%
Nov 11 387 11882 11 447 3.15%
Nov 12 496 12993 7 283 3.68%
Nov 13 440 13234 20 169 3.22%
Nov 14 312 6341 18 57 4.69%
Nov 15 124 3426 33 113 3.49%
Nov 16 220 11331 49 1756 1.90%
Nov 17 334 12377 219 6711 2.63%
Nov 18 71 4161 64 3524 1.68%
Nov 19 4 644 4 644 0.62%

Hospitalizations, using the state dashboard there are 50 cases in the ICU, up 2, and 178 total cases hospitalized, up 11. Using the county dashboard, there are 50 cases in the ICU, up 3, 166 total cases hospitalized, up 5, and 24 new admissions.
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2020.11.19 23:29 hoser2112 11-19 COVID-19 Update for Santa Clara County

The county reported 345 new cases today, and I count 337 of those falling within the past 7 days. The county reported 6 new deaths. We are currently in the Purple Tier. The state monitoring chart and tier levels are updated as needed now, the covid19.ca.gov site as of Nov 15 lists a daily COVID-19 case per 100k rate of 11.9 (with a 4 day lag), with an adjusted case rate of 7.6 (there's an adjustment factor depending on how many tests per 100k you do compared against the state average, for Santa Clara's testing rate that adjustment factor is currently 0.639).
City Total Cases New Cases Added Today Total Past 7 Days Daily Average per 100K
Campbell 520 1 36 12.11
Cupertino 196 8 19 4.48
Gilroy 2068 24 190 48.88
Los Altos 171 5 14 6.54
Los Altos Hills 53 0 6 10.06
Los Gatos 254 6 26 12.01
Milpitas 784 10 59 10.88
Monte Sereno 30 0 6 24.55
Morgan Hill 861 8 77 25.07
Mountain View 769 11 61 10.76
OtheUnknown 1075 0 34
Palo Alto 389 5 26 5.54
San Jose 19615 209 1558 21.68
Santa Clara 1379 15 96 10.87
Saratoga 170 3 12 5.55
Sunnyvale 1287 19 102 9.57

ZIP Total Cases New Cases Added Today Total Past 7 Days Daily Average per 100K
94022 122 4 13 9.58
94024 99 1 7 4.17
94040 343 1 19 7.57
94041 164 3 16 15.88
94043 250 7 26 11.80
94085 329 3 20 12.10
94086 448 7 37 10.65
94087 271 3 14 3.50
94089 231 6 31 19.85
94301 135 1 9 7.48
94304 31 0 1 3.66
94305 43 2 8 7.44
94306 149 4 11 5.70
95002 48 3 9 59.91
95008 509 1 35 10.75
95014 191 7 18 4.12
95020 2011 23 184 41.17
95030 79 2 10 10.75
95032 192 4 22 11.96
95035 782 10 59 10.87
95037 842 7 76 21.02
95046 145 1 4 9.48
95050 551 7 31 11.23
95051 515 4 54 13.27
95054 299 4 11 6.48
95070 167 3 12 5.48
95110 687 11 44 31.11
95111 1948 19 144 32.97
95112 1242 16 72 16.85
95113 67 0 4 29.47
95116 1910 17 150 37.94
95117 655 8 41 19.79
95118 418 6 32 14.04
95119 100 3 13 17.73
95120 245 0 15 5.67
95121 683 10 78 29.24
95122 2195 17 147 36.34
95123 1059 8 81 17.06
95124 379 5 17 4.75
95125 766 4 82 21.87
95126 685 8 46 18.26
95127 1952 23 171 37.19
95128 526 7 35 13.27
95129 201 0 15 5.38
95130 113 1 7 6.73
95131 326 2 29 13.29
95132 452 6 50 17.07
95133 519 9 54 26.85
95134 240 6 35 18.37
95135 115 2 11 7.03
95136 849 6 72 21.61
95138 250 6 25 17.20
95139 73 0 8 15.67
95148 741 5 61 17.84
The growth of new cases, eliminating the most recent 2 days and then comparing the previous 7 days to the 7 days before that, we end up with 1.19. If we do the same, but eliminate the most recent 5 days, we end up with 1.45. In all cases, a number over 1 means the number of new cases per day is growing, a number less than 1 means the number of new cases per day is shrinking.
The daily average case rate per 100k over the past 7 days (excluding the most recent four days) is 15.73. The adjusted case rate is 10.05. Note that the state uses different data for their tier level calculations, the current difference between my calculations and the state calculations are that my calculations are higher by 1.2.
Note that the date a case is reported on is the date of the first test, not when the results were reported, so the data for the last 5+ days is incomplete and cases will continue to be added to those dates.
Case Date Cases New Cases Added Today
Oct 17 66 0
Oct 18 40 0
Oct 19 140 0
Oct 20 198 0
Oct 21 149 0
Oct 22 133 0
Oct 23 148 0
Oct 24 70 0
Oct 25 56 0
Oct 26 158 0
Oct 27 199 -1
Oct 28 167 0
Oct 29 143 0
Oct 30 148 -1
Oct 31 99 0
Nov 1 55 0
Nov 2 217 0
Nov 3 279 -1
Nov 4 299 1
Nov 5 266 0
Nov 6 255 0
Nov 7 212 0
Nov 8 85 0
Nov 9 296 1
Nov 10 414 0
Nov 11 328 -2
Nov 12 437 10
Nov 13 359 60
Nov 14 248 79
Nov 15 76 21
Nov 16 145 80
Nov 17 90 82
Nov 18 5 5

Lab report, test positivity continues to go way up, and they added negative test numbers throughout the past 3 weeks. The average test positive rate over the past 7 days (excluding the most recent three days) is 3.27%.
Positive Negative New Positive Tests Today New Negative Tests Today Test Positive Rate
Oct 20 233 12135 0 1 1.88%
Oct 21 169 10923 0 0 1.52%
Oct 22 152 10099 0 0 1.48%
Oct 23 171 9627 0 0 1.75%
Oct 24 80 4310 0 0 1.82%
Oct 25 65 2505 0 0 2.53%
Oct 26 180 10857 0 1 1.63%
Oct 27 240 12621 0 1 1.87%
Oct 28 183 12320 0 1 1.46%
Oct 29 167 11224 0 1 1.47%
Oct 30 165 9391 0 15 1.73%
Oct 31 116 3902 0 13 2.89%
Nov 1 63 2380 0 3 2.58%
Nov 2 245 10242 0 32 2.34%
Nov 3 302 12639 0 56 2.33%
Nov 4 331 13012 1 40 2.48%
Nov 5 296 11539 0 39 2.50%
Nov 6 285 11329 0 43 2.45%
Nov 7 236 4823 0 21 4.66%
Nov 8 102 2951 0 6 3.34%
Nov 9 332 11871 0 115 2.72%
Nov 10 483 14806 0 122 3.16%
Nov 11 376 11435 1 122 3.18%
Nov 12 489 12710 10 193 3.70%
Nov 13 420 13065 67 687 3.11%
Nov 14 294 6284 94 1059 4.47%
Nov 15 91 3313 23 998 2.67%
Nov 16 171 9575 96 4500 1.75%
Nov 17 115 5666 104 5372 1.99%
Nov 18 7 637 7 637 1.09%

Hospitalizations, using the state dashboard there are 48 cases in the ICU, up 6, and 167 total cases hospitalized, up 4. Using the county dashboard, there are 47 cases in the ICU, up 6, 161 total cases hospitalized, up 6, and 29 new admissions.
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2020.11.19 01:44 hoser2112 11-18 COVID-19 Update for Santa Clara County

The county reported 281 new cases today, and I count 251 of those falling within the past 7 days. They added a number of cases to days throughout July-September. The county reported 6 new deaths. We are currently in the Purple Tier. The state monitoring chart and tier levels are updated as needed now, the covid19.ca.gov site as of Nov 15 lists a daily COVID-19 case per 100k rate of 11.9 (with a 4 day lag), with an adjusted case rate of 7.6 (there's an adjustment factor depending on how many tests per 100k you do compared against the state average, for Santa Clara's testing rate that adjustment factor is currently 0.639).
City Total Cases New Cases Added Today Total Past 7 Days Daily Average per 100K
Campbell 519 7 38 12.78
Cupertino 188 1 14 3.30
Gilroy 2044 17 180 46.31
Los Altos 166 1 10 4.67
Los Altos Hills 53 2 7 11.74
Los Gatos 248 5 20 9.24
Milpitas 774 11 52 9.59
Monte Sereno 30 2 6 24.55
Morgan Hill 853 14 77 25.07
Mountain View 758 7 53 9.35
OtheUnknown 1075 9 36
Palo Alto 384 2 26 5.54
San Jose 19406 167 1471 20.47
Santa Clara 1364 16 87 9.85
Saratoga 167 0 9 4.16
Sunnyvale 1268 13 87 8.16

ZIP Total Cases New Cases Added Today Total Past 7 Days Daily Average per 100K
94022 118 2 11 8.11
94024 98 1 6 3.58
94040 342 4 19 7.57
94041 161 1 14 13.89
94043 243 2 20 9.07
94085 326 5 18 10.89
94086 441 3 32 9.21
94087 268 4 12 3.00
94089 225 1 25 16.01
94301 134 1 10 8.31
94304 31 0 1 3.66
94305 41 1 10 9.29
94306 145 1 9 4.67
95002 45 0 7 46.60
95008 508 6 36 11.06
95014 184 1 14 3.20
95020 1988 17 173 38.71
95030 77 2 8 8.60
95032 188 5 18 9.78
95035 772 11 52 9.58
95037 835 15 77 21.30
95046 144 -1 3 7.11
95050 544 10 26 9.41
95051 511 6 51 12.53
95054 295 0 10 5.89
95070 164 0 9 4.11
95110 676 2 39 27.58
95111 1929 17 136 31.14
95112 1226 11 60 14.04
95113 67 1 4 29.47
95116 1893 16 145 36.67
95117 647 3 37 17.86
95118 412 5 28 12.29
95119 97 1 12 16.37
95120 245 3 17 6.43
95121 673 7 75 28.12
95122 2178 15 142 35.11
95123 1051 8 79 16.64
95124 374 3 14 3.91
95125 762 5 86 22.93
95126 677 8 47 18.66
95127 1929 20 157 34.15
95128 519 4 33 12.52
95129 201 3 19 6.82
95130 112 0 7 6.73
95131 324 3 27 12.37
95132 446 3 46 15.70
95133 510 5 48 23.87
95134 234 3 30 15.74
95135 113 1 9 5.75
95136 843 5 73 21.91
95138 244 3 21 14.45
95139 73 1 8 15.67
95148 736 9 61 17.84
The growth of new cases, eliminating the most recent 2 days and then comparing the previous 7 days to the 7 days before that, we end up with 1.23. If we do the same, but eliminate the most recent 5 days, we end up with 1.48. In all cases, a number over 1 means the number of new cases per day is growing, a number less than 1 means the number of new cases per day is shrinking.
The daily average case rate per 100k over the past 7 days (excluding the most recent four days) is 14.97. The adjusted case rate is 9.57. Note that the state uses different data for their tier level calculations, the current difference between my calculations and the state calculations are that my calculations are higher by 1.2.
Note that the date a case is reported on is the date of the first test, not when the results were reported, so the data for the last 5+ days is incomplete and cases will continue to be added to those dates.
Case Date Cases New Cases Added Today
Oct 17 66 0
Oct 18 40 0
Oct 19 140 0
Oct 20 198 0
Oct 21 149 0
Oct 22 133 0
Oct 23 148 0
Oct 24 70 0
Oct 25 56 0
Oct 26 158 0
Oct 27 200 0
Oct 28 167 0
Oct 29 143 0
Oct 30 149 1
Oct 31 99 0
Nov 1 55 0
Nov 2 217 0
Nov 3 280 1
Nov 4 298 0
Nov 5 266 0
Nov 6 255 0
Nov 7 212 0
Nov 8 85 0
Nov 9 295 3
Nov 10 414 1
Nov 11 330 2
Nov 12 427 12
Nov 13 299 58
Nov 14 169 102
Nov 15 55 14
Nov 16 65 55
Nov 17 8 8

Lab report, test positivity continues to go way up. The average test positive rate over the past 7 days (excluding the most recent three days) is 3.18%.
Positive Negative New Positive Tests Today New Negative Tests Today Test Positive Rate
Oct 19 156 10160 0 0 1.51%
Oct 20 233 12134 0 0 1.88%
Oct 21 169 10923 0 0 1.52%
Oct 22 152 10099 0 0 1.48%
Oct 23 171 9627 0 0 1.75%
Oct 24 80 4310 0 0 1.82%
Oct 25 65 2505 0 0 2.53%
Oct 26 180 10856 0 0 1.63%
Oct 27 240 12620 0 0 1.87%
Oct 28 183 12319 0 5 1.46%
Oct 29 167 11223 0 0 1.47%
Oct 30 165 9376 0 0 1.73%
Oct 31 116 3889 0 0 2.90%
Nov 1 63 2377 0 0 2.58%
Nov 2 245 10210 0 1 2.34%
Nov 3 302 12583 1 0 2.34%
Nov 4 330 12972 -1 0 2.48%
Nov 5 296 11500 0 0 2.51%
Nov 6 285 11286 0 0 2.46%
Nov 7 236 4802 0 0 4.68%
Nov 8 102 2945 0 3 3.35%
Nov 9 332 11756 3 2 2.75%
Nov 10 483 14684 2 21 3.18%
Nov 11 375 11313 4 32 3.21%
Nov 12 479 12517 14 321 3.69%
Nov 13 353 12378 72 1612 2.77%
Nov 14 200 5225 119 2683 3.69%
Nov 15 68 2315 19 732 2.85%
Nov 16 75 5075 60 4647 1.46%
Nov 17 11 294 11 294 3.61%

Hospitalizations, using the state dashboard there are 42 cases in the ICU, down 1, and 170 total cases hospitalized, up 17 (note that the usual dashboard didn't get updated, and these numbers are extrapolated from combined suspected and actual cases). Using the county dashboard, there are 41 cases in the ICU, down 4, 155 total cases hospitalized, up 4, and 22 new admissions.
Long term care facilities, they added 48 cases, 4 hospitalizations, and 7 deaths to the dashboard totals over the past week.
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2020.11.18 22:42 ToeInDigDeep Week 12 Match-up Preview Thread: Battle for the Valley Trophy: Fresno State Bulldogs vs. San Jose State Spartans

Fresno State vs. San Jose State
When: Saturday, November, 21, 07:00 PM Eastern
Where: Bulldog Stadium (CA) - Fresno, CA
Watch: CBS Sports Network
Odds: San Jose State by 2.5 pts.
Total Points: 60.5
All-Time Series - Battle for the Valley Trophy: Fresno State vs. San Jose State
Fresno State and San Jose State have met 83 times since 11/21/1921.
These teams last met 354 days ago on 11/30/2019.
Series Wins: Fresno State 42-3-38 San Jose State
Longest streak of continuous meetings: 23 (1946-1968).
San Jose State has won the most recent meeting (2019) in this series.
Last 6 Meetings
Winner Date Location Fresno State San Jose State Notes
San Jose State 2019-11-30 San Jose, CA 16 17
Fresno State 2018-11-24 Fresno, CA 31 13
Fresno State 2017-10-07 San Jose, CA 27 10
San Jose State 2016-11-26 Fresno, CA 14 16
San Jose State 2015-09-26 San Jose, CA 23 49
Fresno State 2014-11-08 Fresno, CA 38 24
Series Comparison Data via Winsipedia
Through Week 11
Week Fresno State 3-1(3-1) Result San Jose State 4-0(4-0) Result
1 BYE N/A BYE N/A
2 BYE N/A BYE N/A
3 BYE N/A BYE N/A
4 BYE N/A BYE N/A
5 BYE N/A BYE N/A
6 BYE N/A BYE N/A
7 BYE N/A BYE N/A
8 Hawai'i 2-2(2-2) L 19-34 Air Force 1-2(0-2) W 17-6
9 Colorado State 1-2(1-2) W 38-17 New Mexico 0-3(0-3) W 38-21
10 UNLV 0-4(0-4) W 40-27 San Diego State 3-1(3-1) W 28-17
11 Utah State 0-4(0-4) W 35-16 UNLV 0-4(0-4) W 34-17
All rankings reflect the current /cfb poll
Fresno State Injury Report
Data Scraped: 2020-11-18 14:00:03
Player Position Status Reported Notes
Juan Rodriguez TE Out For Season – Undisclosed Wed, Oct 28 Rodriguez is expected to miss the remainder of the season due to an unspecified injury.
Emoryie Edwards WR Out Indefinitely – Undisclosed Mon, Nov 2 Edwards is on the shelf with an undefined injury, and team officials have yet to provide an exact return date.
Injury data lifted from: boydsbets.com
San Jose State Injury Report
Data Scraped: 2020-11-18 14:00:03
Player Position Status Reported Notes
Kyane Schmidt DL Out For Season – Head Mon, Sep 28 Schmidt is expected to miss the entire 2020 season as he sustained a major brain injury in a car accident.
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2020.11.18 20:26 SanDiegoState Week 12 Match-up Preview Thread: Nevada Wolf Pack vs. San Diego State Aztecs

Nevada vs. San Diego State
When: Saturday, November, 21, 03:30 PM Eastern
Where: Mackay Stadium - Reno, NV
Watch: CBS
Odds: San Diego State by 1.5 pts.
Total Points: 47.0
All-Time Series : Nevada vs. San Diego State
Nevada and San Diego State have met 12 times since 11/11/1945.
These teams last met 375 days ago on 11/09/2019.
Series Wins: Nevada 5-0-7 San Diego State
Longest streak of continuous meetings: 8 (2012-2019).
Nevada has won the last 2 meetings (2018-2019) in this series.
Last 6 Meetings
Winner Date Location Nevada San Diego State Notes
Nevada 2019-11-09 San Diego, CA 17 13
Nevada 2018-10-27 Reno, NV 28 24
San Diego State 2017-11-18 San Diego, CA 23 42
San Diego State 2016-11-12 Reno, NV 16 46
San Diego State 2015-11-28 San Diego, CA 14 31
Nevada 2014-11-01 Reno, NV 30 14
Series Comparison Data via Winsipedia
Through Week 11
Week Nevada 4-0(4-0) Result San Diego State 3-1(3-1) Result
1 BYE N/A BYE N/A
2 BYE N/A BYE N/A
3 BYE N/A BYE N/A
4 BYE N/A BYE N/A
5 BYE N/A BYE N/A
6 BYE N/A BYE N/A
7 BYE N/A BYE N/A
8 Wyoming 1-2(1-2) W 37-34 UNLV 0-4(0-4) W 34-6
9 UNLV 0-4(0-4) W 37-19 Utah State 0-4(0-4) W 38-7
10 Utah State 0-4(0-4) W 34-9 San Jose State 4-0(4-0) L 17-28
11 New Mexico 0-3(0-3) W 27-20 Hawai'i 2-2(2-2) W 34-10
All rankings reflect the current /cfb poll
Nevada Injury Report
Data Scraped: 2020-11-18 12:00:03
Player Position Status Reported Notes
Elijah Cooks WR Out For Season – Shoulder Wed, Nov 4 Cooks has a shoulder injury, and he is expected to miss the entire 2020 season.
James Fotofili LB Out Indefinitely – Head Mon, Sep 28 Fotofili is recovering from a skull fracture, and there is no timetable for return.
Injury data lifted from: boydsbets.com
San Diego State Injury Report
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2020.11.17 23:44 hoser2112 11-17 COVID-19 Update for Santa Clara County

he county reported 345 new cases today, and I count 311 of those falling within the past 7 days. They added 33 cases way back on July 23. The county reported 2 new deaths. We are currently in the Purple Tier. The state monitoring chart and tier levels are updated as needed now, the covid19.ca.gov site as of Nov 15 lists a daily COVID-19 case per 100k rate of 11.9 (with a 4 day lag), with an adjusted case rate of 7.6 (there's an adjustment factor depending on how many tests per 100k you do compared against the state average, for Santa Clara's testing rate that adjustment factor is currently 0.639).
City Total Cases New Cases Added Today Total Past 7 Days Daily Average per 100K
Campbell 512 6 33 11.10
Cupertino 187 5 16 3.77
Gilroy 2027 24 172 44.25
Los Altos 165 2 10 4.67
Los Altos Hills 51 0 5 8.39
Los Gatos 243 3 16 7.39
Milpitas 763 8 47 8.67
Monte Sereno 28 0 4 16.36
Morgan Hill 839 9 72 23.44
Mountain View 751 9 49 8.64
OtheUnknown 1062 0 16
Palo Alto 382 3 26 5.54
San Jose 19239 236 1408 19.59
Santa Clara 1348 12 79 8.94
Saratoga 167 2 10 4.63
Sunnyvale 1255 16 84 7.88

ZIP Total Cases New Cases Added Today Total Past 7 Days Daily Average per 100K
94022 116 1 10 7.37
94024 97 1 5 2.98
94040 338 4 16 6.38
94041 160 2 15 14.89
94043 241 3 18 8.17
94085 321 1 13 7.87
94086 438 6 36 10.36
94087 264 1 10 2.50
94089 224 8 25 16.01
94301 133 1 9 7.48
94304 31 0 1 3.66
94305 40 0 12 11.15
94306 144 1 10 5.19
95002 45 1 7 46.60
95008 502 6 32 9.83
95014 183 5 16 3.66
95020 1971 23 165 36.92
95030 75 0 6 6.45
95032 183 3 14 7.61
95035 761 8 47 8.66
95037 820 9 71 19.64
95046 145 2 5 11.86
95050 534 1 20 7.24
95051 505 9 48 11.80
95054 295 2 11 6.48
95070 164 2 10 4.56
95110 674 7 43 30.41
95111 1912 23 129 29.54
95112 1215 9 57 13.34
95113 66 -1 2 14.74
95116 1877 34 135 34.15
95117 644 6 36 17.38
95118 407 6 24 10.53
95119 96 1 13 17.73
95120 242 1 13 4.92
95121 666 1 70 26.25
95122 2163 20 135 33.38
95123 1043 15 82 17.27
95124 371 3 12 3.35
95125 757 20 82 21.87
95126 669 7 43 17.07
95127 1909 31 149 32.41
95128 515 5 32 12.14
95129 198 2 17 6.10
95130 112 0 8 7.69
95131 321 2 23 10.54
95132 443 8 45 15.36
95133 505 9 47 23.37
95134 231 6 29 15.22
95135 112 0 10 6.39
95136 838 7 73 21.91
95138 241 3 18 12.38
95139 72 1 8 15.67
95148 727 9 66 19.30
The growth of new cases, eliminating the most recent 2 days and then comparing the previous 7 days to the 7 days before that, we end up with 1.16. If we do the same, but eliminate the most recent 5 days, we end up with 1.49. In all cases, a number over 1 means the number of new cases per day is growing, a number less than 1 means the number of new cases per day is shrinking.
The daily average case rate per 100k over the past 7 days (excluding the most recent four days) is 14.52. The adjusted case rate is 9.28. Note that the state uses different data for their tier level calculations, the current difference between my calculations and the state calculations are that my calculations are higher by 1.2.
Note that the date a case is reported on is the date of the first test, not when the results were reported, so the data for the last 5+ days is incomplete and cases will continue to be added to those dates.
Case Date Cases New Cases Added Today
Oct 12 135 -1
Oct 13 150 0
Oct 14 144 0
Oct 15 159 0
Oct 16 110 0
Oct 17 66 0
Oct 18 40 0
Oct 19 140 0
Oct 20 198 0
Oct 21 149 0
Oct 22 133 0
Oct 23 148 0
Oct 24 70 0
Oct 25 56 0
Oct 26 158 0
Oct 27 200 0
Oct 28 167 0
Oct 29 143 0
Oct 30 148 -1
Oct 31 99 0
Nov 1 55 0
Nov 2 217 0
Nov 3 279 0
Nov 4 298 0
Nov 5 266 -1
Nov 6 255 -1
Nov 7 212 0
Nov 8 85 0
Nov 9 292 2
Nov 10 413 0
Nov 11 328 12
Nov 12 415 75
Nov 13 241 153
Nov 14 67 27
Nov 15 41 34
Nov 16 10 10

Lab report, test positivity continues to go way up. The average test positive rate over the past 7 days (excluding the most recent three days) is 3.21%.
Positive Negative New Positive Tests Today New Negative Tests Today Test Positive Rate
Oct 18 51 2736 0 6 1.83%
Oct 19 156 10160 0 24 1.51%
Oct 20 233 12134 0 20 1.88%
Oct 21 169 10923 0 0 1.52%
Oct 22 152 10099 0 0 1.48%
Oct 23 171 9627 0 0 1.75%
Oct 24 80 4310 0 0 1.82%
Oct 25 65 2505 0 0 2.53%
Oct 26 180 10856 0 0 1.63%
Oct 27 240 12620 0 0 1.87%
Oct 28 183 12314 0 1 1.46%
Oct 29 167 11223 0 0 1.47%
Oct 30 165 9376 0 0 1.73%
Oct 31 116 3889 0 0 2.90%
Nov 1 63 2377 0 0 2.58%
Nov 2 245 10209 0 0 2.34%
Nov 3 301 12583 0 0 2.34%
Nov 4 331 12972 0 1 2.49%
Nov 5 296 11500 0 1 2.51%
Nov 6 285 11286 0 5 2.46%
Nov 7 236 4802 0 66 4.68%
Nov 8 102 2942 0 68 3.35%
Nov 9 329 11754 2 228 2.72%
Nov 10 481 14663 2 289 3.18%
Nov 11 371 11281 14 301 3.18%
Nov 12 465 12196 82 964 3.67%
Nov 13 281 10766 180 4010 2.54%
Nov 14 81 2542 31 1026 3.09%
Nov 15 49 1583 41 1358 3.00%
Nov 16 15 428 15 427 3.39%

Hospitalizations, using the state dashboard there are 43 cases in the ICU, up 1, and 153 total cases hospitalized, up 3. Using the county dashboard, there are 45 cases in the ICU, up 2, 151 total cases hospitalized, up 6, and 32 new admissions.
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2020.11.16 23:30 hoser2112 11-16 COVID-19 Update for Santa Clara County

The county reported 388 new cases today, and I count 372 of those falling within the past 7 days. The county reported 1 new death. We are currently in the Purple Tier. The state monitoring chart and tier levels are updated as needed now, the covid19.ca.gov site currently lists a daily COVID-19 case per 100k rate of 11.9 (with a 4 day lag), with an adjusted case rate of 7.6 (there's an adjustment factor depending on how many tests per 100k you do compared against the state average, for Santa Clara's testing rate that adjustment factor is currently 0.639).
City Total Cases New Cases Added Today Total Past 7 Days Daily Average per 100K
Campbell 506 7 27 9.08
Cupertino 182 2 16 3.77
Gilroy 2003 28 155 39.88
Los Altos 163 3 9 4.20
Los Altos Hills 51 2 5 8.39
Los Gatos 240 4 15 6.93
Milpitas 755 3 42 7.75
Monte Sereno 28 1 4 16.36
Morgan Hill 830 15 66 21.49
Mountain View 742 9 40 7.06
OtheUnknown 1062 0 19
Palo Alto 379 7 27 5.76
San Jose 19003 265 1355 18.85
Santa Clara 1336 15 76 8.60
Saratoga 165 2 8 3.70
Sunnyvale 1239 14 73 6.85

ZIP Total Cases New Cases Added Today Total Past 7 Days Daily Average per 100K
94022 115 3 10 7.37
94024 96 2 4 2.38
94040 334 6 12 4.78
94041 158 0 13 12.90
94043 238 3 15 6.81
94085 320 4 14 8.47
94086 432 1 31 8.92
94087 263 2 10 2.50
94089 216 7 18 11.52
94301 132 3 8 6.65
94304 31 1 1 3.66
94305 40 1 12 11.15
94306 143 3 10 5.19
95002 44 1 6 39.94
95008 496 7 26 7.99
95014 178 2 16 3.66
95020 1948 28 149 33.34
95030 75 2 7 7.53
95032 180 3 12 6.52
95035 753 3 42 7.74
95037 811 15 65 17.98
95046 143 1 4 9.48
95050 533 3 20 7.24
95051 496 10 45 11.06
95054 293 2 11 6.48
95070 162 2 8 3.65
95110 667 6 50 35.36
95111 1889 26 127 29.08
95112 1206 10 55 12.87
95113 67 2 5 36.84
95116 1843 20 118 29.85
95117 638 9 34 16.41
95118 401 7 22 9.65
95119 95 2 13 17.73
95120 241 4 14 5.29
95121 665 13 76 28.49
95122 2143 18 134 33.13
95123 1028 22 79 16.64
95124 368 3 10 2.79
95125 737 12 73 19.47
95126 662 3 39 15.48
95127 1878 24 127 27.62
95128 510 4 34 12.90
95129 196 2 17 6.10
95130 112 5 9 8.65
95131 319 11 26 11.92
95132 435 13 43 14.68
95133 496 8 42 20.89
95134 225 5 28 14.69
95135 112 1 12 7.67
95136 831 14 74 22.21
95138 238 7 17 11.69
95139 71 0 7 13.71
95148 718 10 60 17.54
The growth of new cases, eliminating the most recent 2 days and then comparing the previous 7 days to the 7 days before that, we end up with 1.19. If we do the same, but eliminate the most recent 5 days, we end up with 1.64. In all cases, a number over 1 means the number of new cases per day is growing, a number less than 1 means the number of new cases per day is shrinking.
The daily average case rate per 100k over the past 7 days (excluding the most recent four days) is 13.35. The adjusted case rate is 8.53. Note that the state uses different data for their tier level calculations, the current difference between my calculations and the state calculations are that my calculations are higher by 1.2.
Note that the date a case is reported on is the date of the first test, not when the results were reported, so the data for the last 5+ days is incomplete and cases will continue to be added to those dates.
Case Date Cases New Cases Added Today
Oct 15 159 0
Oct 16 110 0
Oct 17 66 0
Oct 18 40 0
Oct 19 140 0
Oct 20 198 0
Oct 21 149 0
Oct 22 133 0
Oct 23 148 0
Oct 24 70 0
Oct 25 56 0
Oct 26 158 0
Oct 27 200 -1
Oct 28 167 0
Oct 29 143 0
Oct 30 149 1
Oct 31 99 0
Nov 1 55 0
Nov 2 217 0
Nov 3 279 0
Nov 4 298 1
Nov 5 267 1
Nov 6 256 0
Nov 7 212 0
Nov 8 85 2
Nov 9 290 3
Nov 10 413 16
Nov 11 316 75
Nov 12 340 182
Nov 13 88 50
Nov 14 40 39
Nov 15 7 7

Lab report, test positivity continues to go way up. The average test positive rate over the past 7 days (excluding the most recent three days) is 3.14%.
Positive Negative New Positive Tests Today New Negative Tests Today Test Positive Rate
Oct 18 51 2730 0 0 1.83%
Oct 19 156 10136 0 0 1.52%
Oct 20 233 12114 0 0 1.89%
Oct 21 169 10923 0 0 1.52%
Oct 22 152 10099 0 0 1.48%
Oct 23 171 9627 0 0 1.75%
Oct 24 80 4310 0 0 1.82%
Oct 25 65 2505 0 0 2.53%
Oct 26 180 10856 0 0 1.63%
Oct 27 240 12620 0 0 1.87%
Oct 28 183 12313 0 0 1.46%
Oct 29 167 11223 0 0 1.47%
Oct 30 165 9376 0 0 1.73%
Oct 31 116 3889 0 0 2.90%
Nov 1 63 2377 0 0 2.58%
Nov 2 245 10209 0 0 2.34%
Nov 3 301 12583 0 1 2.34%
Nov 4 331 12971 1 0 2.49%
Nov 5 296 11499 0 2 2.51%
Nov 6 285 11281 0 4 2.46%
Nov 7 236 4736 1 13 4.75%
Nov 8 102 2874 2 35 3.43%
Nov 9 327 11526 5 253 2.76%
Nov 10 479 14374 18 350 3.22%
Nov 11 357 10980 79 825 3.15%
Nov 12 383 11232 204 2522 3.30%
Nov 13 101 6756 55 2843 1.47%
Nov 14 50 1516 46 1165 3.19%
Nov 15 8 225 8 225 3.43%
Nov 16 0 1 0 1 0.00%

Hospitalizations, using the state dashboard there are 42 cases in the ICU, up 4, and 150 total cases hospitalized, up 15. Using the county dashboard, there are 43 cases in the ICU, up 5, 145 total cases hospitalized, up 10, and 33 new admissions.
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2020.11.16 00:00 hoser2112 11-15 COVID-19 Update for Santa Clara County

The county reported 335 new cases today, and I count 328 of those falling within the past 7 days. The county does not report deaths on the weekend. We are currently in the Orange Tier, with one week into the Red Tier. The state monitoring chart is updated weekly, the covid19.ca.gov site currently lists a daily COVID-19 case per 100k rate of 6.5 (for the week ending 10/31), with an adjusted case rate of 4.1 (there's an adjustment factor depending on how many tests per 100k you do compared against the state average, for Santa Clara's testing rate that adjustment factor is currently 0.639). The health equity metric score is 3.7 (Orange Tier).
City Total Cases New Cases Added Today Total Past 7 Days Daily Average per 100K
Campbell 499 6 22 7.40
Cupertino 180 1 19 4.48
Gilroy 1975 50 144 37.05
Los Altos 160 0 8 3.74
Los Altos Hills 49 2 4 6.71
Los Gatos 236 3 12 5.54
Milpitas 752 9 46 8.48
Monte Sereno 27 0 4 16.36
Morgan Hill 815 12 65 21.16
Mountain View 733 14 32 5.64
OtheUnknown 1063 0 22
Palo Alto 372 1 21 4.48
San Jose 18738 207 1264 17.59
Santa Clara 1321 14 72 8.15
Saratoga 163 2 10 4.63
Sunnyvale 1225 10 73 6.85

ZIP Total Cases New Cases Added Today Total Past 7 Days Daily Average per 100K
94022 112 2 9 6.63
94024 94 0 3 1.79
94040 328 3 7 2.79
94041 158 7 13 12.90
94043 235 4 12 5.44
94085 316 1 14 8.47
94086 431 6 33 9.50
94087 261 2 12 3.00
94089 209 1 14 8.96
94301 129 0 6 4.99
94304 30 0 0 0.00
94305 39 1 12 11.15
94306 140 0 7 3.63
95002 43 1 5 33.28
95008 489 6 21 6.45
95014 176 1 19 4.35
95020 1920 46 135 30.20
95030 73 0 6 6.45
95032 177 3 10 5.44
95035 750 9 46 8.47
95037 796 11 64 17.70
95046 142 1 3 7.11
95050 530 4 20 7.24
95051 486 8 41 10.08
95054 291 2 10 5.89
95070 160 2 10 4.56
95110 661 2 52 36.77
95111 1863 21 124 28.39
95112 1196 6 56 13.10
95113 65 0 3 22.10
95116 1823 21 108 27.32
95117 629 7 27 13.03
95118 394 2 17 7.46
95119 93 1 15 20.46
95120 237 3 11 4.16
95121 652 16 74 27.75
95122 2125 21 137 33.87
95123 1006 10 66 13.90
95124 365 1 9 2.51
95125 725 9 70 18.67
95126 659 7 43 17.07
95127 1854 29 119 25.88
95128 506 0 35 13.27
95129 194 0 17 6.10
95130 107 0 5 4.81
95131 308 2 19 8.71
95132 422 9 35 11.95
95133 488 12 37 18.40
95134 220 2 27 14.17
95135 111 5 12 7.67
95136 817 10 66 19.81
95138 231 -1 13 8.94
95139 71 2 7 13.71
95148 708 8 54 15.79
The growth of new cases, eliminating the most recent 2 days and then comparing the previous 7 days to the 7 days before that, we end up with 1.20. If we do the same, but eliminate the most recent 5 days, we end up with 1.63. In all cases, a number over 1 means the number of new cases per day is growing, a number less than 1 means the number of new cases per day is shrinking.
The daily average case rate per 100k over the past 7 days (excluding the most recent five days) is 12.20. The adjusted case rate is 7.79. Note that the state uses different data for their tier level calculations, the current difference between my calculations and the state calculations are that my calculations are higher by 0.6.
Note that the date a case is reported on is the date of the first test, not when the results were reported, so the data for the last 5+ days is incomplete and cases will continue to be added to those dates.
Case Date Cases New Cases Added Today
Oct 11 44 0
Oct 12 136 0
Oct 13 150 0
Oct 14 144 0
Oct 15 159 0
Oct 16 110 0
Oct 17 66 0
Oct 18 40 0
Oct 19 140 0
Oct 20 198 0
Oct 21 149 0
Oct 22 133 0
Oct 23 148 0
Oct 24 70 0
Oct 25 56 1
Oct 26 158 0
Oct 27 201 -1
Oct 28 167 0
Oct 29 143 0
Oct 30 148 -1
Oct 31 99 0
Nov 1 55 0
Nov 2 217 0
Nov 3 279 1
Nov 4 297 0
Nov 5 266 0
Nov 6 256 0
Nov 7 212 1
Nov 8 83 7
Nov 9 287 11
Nov 10 397 73
Nov 11 241 98
Nov 12 158 105
Nov 13 38 33
Nov 14 1 1

Lab report, test positivity continues to go way up. The average test positive rate over the past 7 days (excluding the most recent three days) is 2.92%.
Positive Negative New Positive Tests Today New Negative Tests Today Test Positive Rate
Oct 16 130 9400 0 0 1.36%
Oct 17 87 4531 0 0 1.88%
Oct 18 51 2730 0 0 1.83%
Oct 19 156 10136 0 0 1.52%
Oct 20 233 12114 0 0 1.89%
Oct 21 169 10923 0 0 1.52%
Oct 22 152 10099 0 0 1.48%
Oct 23 171 9627 0 0 1.75%
Oct 24 80 4310 0 0 1.82%
Oct 25 65 2505 0 0 2.53%
Oct 26 180 10856 0 0 1.63%
Oct 27 240 12620 0 0 1.87%
Oct 28 183 12313 0 8 1.46%
Oct 29 167 11223 0 1 1.47%
Oct 30 165 9376 0 0 1.73%
Oct 31 116 3889 0 0 2.90%
Nov 1 63 2377 0 0 2.58%
Nov 2 245 10209 0 0 2.34%
Nov 3 301 12582 1 4 2.34%
Nov 4 330 12971 0 2 2.48%
Nov 5 296 11497 0 1 2.51%
Nov 6 285 11277 0 0 2.46%
Nov 7 235 4723 1 4 4.74%
Nov 8 100 2839 8 2 3.40%
Nov 9 322 11273 22 57 2.78%
Nov 10 461 14024 102 542 3.18%
Nov 11 278 10155 106 2528 2.66%
Nov 12 179 8710 102 4804 2.01%
Nov 13 46 3913 36 3620 1.16%
Nov 14 4 351 4 351 1.13%

Hospitalizations, using the state dashboard there are 38 cases in the ICU, up 2, and 135 total cases hospitalized, up 4. Using the county dashboard, there are 38 cases in the ICU, up 2, 135 total cases hospitalized, up 6, and 25 new admissions.
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2020.11.15 19:21 FirstPastTheProust Is the GTA's GDP per capita really only on par with Orlando, Buffalo, and Jackson?

x-post from /PersonalFinanceCanada since this might be a better audience. I was looking at a breakdown of US counties and their contribution to total US GDP. This made me realize I know a whole lot about Toronto's size with respect to the Canadian economy (huge), but have never really tried to compare it to US cities.
Looking at https://www.toronto.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/8b6a-GDP-Estimates.xlsx, I found the Toronto census metropolitan area (which includes Toronto, Peel, and York along with parts of Durham/Halton) has a 2017 GDP of 337 billion in 2007 Canadian dollars.
This Wikipedia page reports US metropolitan statistical area GDP per capita in 2009 USD. Using StatsCan's CPI data, the CPI was 111.5 in 2007 and 114.4 in 2009. So, the Toronto CMA's 2017 GDP would be 346 billion in 2009 CAD. This link puts the Toronto CMA's population at 6,346,088 in 2017. Or $54,521 GDP per capita in 2009 CAD (for reference this would be $64,815 in 2019 CAD).
We could use two methods to compare GDP across Canada and the US:
  1. Purchasing power parity. This is about how much buying power 1 CAD has relative to the USD. Typically done via a national composite "exchange" rate. StatsCan publishes PPP estimates. For 2017, 1 USD = 1.2048 CAD.
  2. Currency exchange rate. We can use the BOC's average annual exchange rate for 2017: 1 USD = 1.2986 CAD.
I'm not sure whether method 1 is appropriate here since purchasing power varies widely from city to city and I was more curious about economic output than local buying power, but we can calculate both.
Method 1 gives Toronto CMA's 2017 GDP per capita at $45,253 in 2009 USD. Method 2 puts it at $41,984.
I always knew Canadian GDP per capita skewed lower than in the US (at PPP, we are about 73% of the US). But Toronto's per-capita economic output is almost shockingly low to me. Our peer metros in the US are not at all what I'd expect and are hardly what I'd think of as dynamic, cosmopolitan cities:
Metropolitan area GDP/capita (2009 USD) Population
Jackson, Mississippi 45,390 580,166 (2018)
Lima, Ohio 45,497 108,473 (2010)
Buffalo-Cheektowaga-Niagara Falls, New York 44,843 1,135,509 (2010)
Memphis, Tennessee 46,029 1,324,108 (2010)
Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford, Florida 45,807 2,608,147 (2019)
Wichita, Kansas 45,862 637,989 (2013)
Detroit-Warren-Dearborn, Michigan 52,879 3,734,090 (2010)
For comparison, here are the numbers for some larger, "higher tier" US cities:
Metropolitan area GDP/capita (2009 USD) Population
San Diego-Carlsbad, California 60,517 3,095,313 (2010)
Portland-Vancouver-Hillsboro, Oregon/Washington 63,817 2,226,009 (2010)
Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, Colorado 64,379 2,967,239 (2019)
Boston-Cambridge-Newton, Massachusetts/New Hampshire 78,465 4,552,402 (2010)
New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY/NJ/PA 71,084 19,043,386 (2010)
Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue, Washington 80,833 3,979,845 (2010)
San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward, California 89,978 4,335,391 (2010)
San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, California 128,308 1,836,911 (2010)
Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, California 67,763 12,838,417 (2010)
The gap in economic output here seems immense and almost hard to believe. Did I make a mistake somewhere in my analysis? If not, it really makes me wonder what's going on.
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2020.11.15 19:11 FirstPastTheProust Is the GTA's GDP per capita really only on par with Orlando, Buffalo, and Jackson?

I was looking at a breakdown of US counties and their contribution to total US GDP. This made me realize I know a whole lot about Toronto's size with respect to the Canadian economy (huge), but have never really tried to compare it to US cities.
Looking at https://www.toronto.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/8b6a-GDP-Estimates.xlsx, I found the Toronto census metropolitan area (which includes Toronto, Peel, and York along with parts of Durham/Halton) has a 2017 GDP of 337 billion in 2007 Canadian dollars.
This Wikipedia page reports US metropolitan statistical area GDP per capita in 2009 USD. Using StatsCan's CPI data, the CPI was 111.5 in 2007 and 114.4 in 2009. So, the Toronto CMA's 2017 GDP would be 346 billion in 2009 CAD. This link puts the Toronto CMA's population at 6,346,088 in 2017. Or $54,521 GDP per capita in 2009 CAD (for reference this would be $64,815 in 2019 CAD).
We could use two methods to compare GDP across Canada and the US:
  1. Purchasing power parity. This is about how much buying power 1 CAD has relative to the USD. Typically done via a national composite "exchange" rate. StatsCan publishes PPP estimates. For 2017, 1 USD = 1.2048 CAD.
  2. Currency exchange rate. We can use the BOC's average annual exchange rate for 2017: 1 USD = 1.2986 CAD.
I'm not sure whether method 1 is appropriate here since purchasing power varies widely from city to city and I was more curious about economic output than local buying power, but we can calculate both.
Method 1 gives Toronto CMA's 2017 GDP per capita at $45,253 in 2009 USD. Method 2 puts it at $41,984.
I always knew Canadian GDP per capita skewed lower than in the US (at PPP, we are about 73% of the US). But Toronto's per-capita economic output is almost shockingly low to me. Our peer metros in the US are not at all what I'd expect and are hardly what I'd think of as dynamic, cosmopolitan cities:
Metropolitan area GDP/capita (2009 USD) Population
Jackson, Mississippi 45,390 580,166 (2018)
Lima, Ohio 45,497 108,473 (2010)
Buffalo-Cheektowaga-Niagara Falls, New York 44,843 1,135,509 (2010)
Memphis, Tennessee 46,029 1,324,108 (2010)
Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford, Florida 45,807 2,608,147 (2019)
Wichita, Kansas 45,862 637,989 (2013)
Detroit-Warren-Dearborn, Michigan 52,879 3,734,090 (2010)
For comparison, here are the numbers for some larger, "higher tier" US cities:
Metropolitan area GDP/capita (2009 USD) Population
San Diego-Carlsbad, California 60,517 3,095,313 (2010)
Portland-Vancouver-Hillsboro, Oregon/Washington 63,817 2,226,009 (2010)
Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, Colorado 64,379 2,967,239 (2019)
Boston-Cambridge-Newton, Massachusetts/New Hampshire 78,465 4,552,402 (2010)
New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY/NJ/PA 71,084 19,043,386 (2010)
Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue, Washington 80,833 3,979,845 (2010)
San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward, California 89,978 4,335,391 (2010)
San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, California 128,308 1,836,911 (2010)
Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, California 67,763 12,838,417 (2010)
The gap in economic output here seems immense and almost hard to believe. Did I make a mistake somewhere in my analysis? If not, it really makes me wonder what's going on.
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2020.11.15 00:12 hoser2112 11-14 COVID-19 Update for Santa Clara County

The county reported 330 new cases today, and I count 324 of those falling within the past 7 days. The county does not report deaths on the weekend. We are currently in the Orange Tier, with one week into the Red Tier. The state monitoring chart is updated weekly, the covid19.ca.gov site currently lists a daily COVID-19 case per 100k rate of 6.5 (for the week ending 10/31), with an adjusted case rate of 4.1 (there's an adjustment factor depending on how many tests per 100k you do compared against the state average, for Santa Clara's testing rate that adjustment factor is currently 0.639). The health equity metric score is 3.7 (Orange Tier).
City Total Cases New Cases Added Today Total Past 7 Days Daily Average per 100K
Campbell 493 2 29 9.75
Cupertino 179 1 20 4.71
Gilroy 1925 21 109 28.04
Los Altos 160 0 13 6.07
Los Altos Hills 47 0 4 6.71
Los Gatos 233 4 13 6.01
Milpitas 743 12 46 8.48
Monte Sereno 27 2 4 16.36
Morgan Hill 803 8 65 21.16
Mountain View 719 5 25 4.41
OtheUnknown 1044 0 33
Palo Alto 371 3 22 4.69
San Jose 18531 225 1305 18.16
Santa Clara 1307 11 73 8.26
Saratoga 161 2 9 4.16
Sunnyvale 1215 14 70 6.56

ZIP Total Cases New Cases Added Today Total Past 7 Days Daily Average per 100K
94022 110 0 10 7.37
94024 94 0 7 4.17
94040 325 0 7 2.79
94041 151 1 7 6.95
94043 231 4 11 4.99
94085 315 2 14 8.47
94086 425 8 29 8.35
94087 259 1 12 3.00
94089 208 3 15 9.60
94301 129 1 6 4.99
94304 30 0 0 0.00
94305 38 2 11 10.22
94306 140 0 7 3.63
95002 42 1 4 26.63
95008 483 2 28 8.60
95014 175 1 20 4.58
95020 1874 21 104 23.27
95030 73 2 7 7.53
95032 174 4 10 5.44
95035 741 12 46 8.47
95037 785 9 64 17.70
95046 141 1 4 9.48
95050 526 3 17 6.16
95051 478 7 44 10.81
95054 289 1 10 5.89
95070 158 2 9 4.11
95110 659 4 60 42.43
95111 1842 11 122 27.93
95112 1190 9 74 17.31
95113 65 0 2 14.74
95116 1802 13 106 26.81
95117 622 7 26 12.55
95118 392 3 17 7.46
95119 92 5 16 21.83
95120 234 2 9 3.40
95121 636 15 75 28.12
95122 2104 29 138 34.12
95123 996 8 66 13.90
95124 364 1 14 3.91
95125 716 23 69 18.40
95126 652 3 49 19.45
95127 1825 22 124 26.97
95128 506 5 37 14.03
95129 194 5 18 6.46
95130 107 0 5 4.81
95131 306 6 19 8.71
95132 413 6 30 10.24
95133 476 3 28 13.92
95134 218 4 27 14.17
95135 106 2 9 5.75
95136 807 18 69 20.71
95138 232 5 24 16.51
95139 69 1 7 13.71
95148 700 12 55 16.08
The growth of new cases, eliminating the most recent 2 days and then comparing the previous 7 days to the 7 days before that, we end up with 1.25. If we do the same, but eliminate the most recent 5 days, we end up with 1.65. In all cases, a number over 1 means the number of new cases per day is growing, a number less than 1 means the number of new cases per day is shrinking.
The daily average case rate per 100k over the past 7 days (excluding the most recent five days) is 11.62. The adjusted case rate is 7.43. Note that the state uses different data for their tier level calculations, the current difference between my calculations and the state calculations are that my calculations are higher by 0.6.
Note that the date a case is reported on is the date of the first test, not when the results were reported, so the data for the last 5+ days is incomplete and cases will continue to be added to those dates.
Case Date Cases New Cases Added Today
Oct 11 44 0
Oct 12 136 0
Oct 13 150 0
Oct 14 144 0
Oct 15 159 0
Oct 16 110 0
Oct 17 66 0
Oct 18 40 0
Oct 19 140 0
Oct 20 198 0
Oct 21 149 0
Oct 22 133 0
Oct 23 148 0
Oct 24 70 0
Oct 25 55 0
Oct 26 158 0
Oct 27 202 0
Oct 28 167 0
Oct 29 143 0
Oct 30 149 -1
Oct 31 99 0
Nov 1 55 0
Nov 2 217 0
Nov 3 278 0
Nov 4 297 0
Nov 5 266 1
Nov 6 256 4
Nov 7 211 1
Nov 8 76 7
Nov 9 276 83
Nov 10 324 86
Nov 11 143 102
Nov 12 53 40
Nov 13 5 5

Lab report, test positivity continues to go way up. The average test positive rate over the past 7 days (excluding the most recent three days) is 2.71%.
Positive Negative New Positive Tests Today New Negative Tests Today Test Positive Rate
Oct 15 183 10414 0 0 1.73%
Oct 16 130 9400 0 0 1.36%
Oct 17 87 4531 0 0 1.88%
Oct 18 51 2730 0 0 1.83%
Oct 19 156 10136 0 0 1.52%
Oct 20 233 12114 0 3 1.89%
Oct 21 169 10923 0 12 1.52%
Oct 22 152 10099 0 5 1.48%
Oct 23 171 9627 0 3 1.75%
Oct 24 80 4310 0 27 1.82%
Oct 25 65 2505 1 9 2.53%
Oct 26 180 10856 0 1 1.63%
Oct 27 240 12620 0 116 1.87%
Oct 28 183 12305 0 9 1.47%
Oct 29 167 11222 0 1 1.47%
Oct 30 165 9376 0 175 1.73%
Oct 31 116 3889 0 7 2.90%
Nov 1 63 2377 0 2 2.58%
Nov 2 245 10209 0 1 2.34%
Nov 3 300 12578 0 143 2.33%
Nov 4 330 12969 0 18 2.48%
Nov 5 296 11496 1 10 2.51%
Nov 6 285 11277 3 10 2.46%
Nov 7 234 4719 1 23 4.72%
Nov 8 92 2837 7 36 3.14%
Nov 9 300 11216 89 289 2.61%
Nov 10 359 13482 95 2059 2.59%
Nov 11 172 7627 123 3811 2.21%
Nov 12 77 3906 60 3220 1.93%
Nov 13 10 293 10 293 3.30%

Hospitalizations, using the state dashboard there are 36 cases in the ICU, up 7, and 131 total cases hospitalized, up 16. Using the county dashboard, there are 36 cases in the ICU, up 9, 129 total cases hospitalized, up 19, and 44 new admissions.
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