Crawford County

Population: 16820

All graphs and tables are calculated at 10:30 AM/PM from data downloaded from COVID-19 in Iowa.
I stream all data analysis and updating live on Twitch starting at 10:15 AM/PM everyday.

Active Infections

Graphed Infections Since 05/15/2020
% Iowans Infected by Day
This percentage is based on the number of active infections out of all residents of Crawford.

Snapshot Statistics

These tables are calculated at 10:30 AM/PM from data downloaded from COVID-19 in Iowa.
12-Hour Values
Cumulative Values
According to the World Health Organization, countries/states/counties with extensive testing should be at a positivity of 5% or lower. A high positivity rate means that testing is revealing predominantly symptomatic positives and might be missing asymptomatic/subclinical positives. Positivity over a 12-hour period should return a similar positivity percentage, provided that enough testing is being done everyday.
Case Fatality Rate
Hospitalization by Day
This data is sourced from COVID-19 in Iowa in the PDF available below the graphs and table on the first page. It is normally out-dated by at least 2-4 days and is only updated by the state a few days each week. Unfortunately, the data is not as complete as Iowans deserve on the county level.

County Positivity

24-Hour Positivity

Iowa Department of Education Guidance

None to Minimal Community Transmission (0-5% 14-Day Rolling Average Positivity):
At this level, schools are asked to continue on-site learning following public health guidance, or hybrid learning as necessary based on parent preference and student quarantine.

Minimal to Moderate Community Transmission (6-14% 14-Day Rolling Average Positivity):
At this level, schools are asked to continue on-site learning following public health guidance, or hybrid learning as necessary based on parent preference and student quarantine, and limit some interactions. 
14-Day Rolling Average Positivity

Iowa Department of Education Guidance

Substantial Controlled Community Transmission (15-20% 14-Day Rolling Average Positivity):
Schools are asked to follow hybrid learning plans as necessary based on parent preference and student quarantine. Schools that also have 10% absenteeism among students can request the Department of Education to transition to continuous remote learning for up to 14 days.

Substantial Uncontrolled Community Transmission (<20% 14-Day Rolling Average Positivity): 
Schools can request the Department of Education to transition to continuous remote learning for up to 14 days.

24-Hour Graphs

24-Hour Positives
24-Hour Recoveries
24-Hour Deaths
24-Hour Tests

Cumulative Graphs

Cumulative Positives
Cumulative Recoveries
Cumulative Deaths
Cumulative Tests

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