Good Morning, Mission! Welcome to Virus Village, your daily Covid-19 data dump.
Covid Tracker will be publishing later in the day through Sunday this week. Next Monday we will return to the usual time.
Rarely has the post office been a source of such political controversy. Elmer Padilla has been delivering ballots to Mission residents for 22 years, but still can’t vote.
Remember the Community Hub idea to fill in while schools are closed? So what’s happened? How’s it doing?
The Hoover Institute Gang has been agitating for “herd immunity” since March. Now they’ve come up with their own organizing document, signed by authentic doctors and scientists. Embraced, anonymously, by you-know-who, the document provides a “compassionate” framework for throwing Grandma and Grandpa under the bus.
Although we’re not even within shouting distance of “herd immunity”, the virus Citywide has become noticeably lazy.
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HiGeorge, a data visualization startup, developed some new visualizations for Mission Local, which we will be using and fine-tuning in the days to come.
The seven-day average number of SF daily cases for the week ending October 7 was 26, or 3 cases per 100,000 residents.