Good Morning, Mission! Welcome to Virus Village, your daily Covid-19 data dump.
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Based on the group’s population figures, as of February 23, Latinx residents have had a cumulative case rate of 1060 per 10,000 residents, Pacific Islanders 765, Native Americans 697, Blacks 442, Mult-racials 210, Whites 206 Asians 205, and Citywide rate has been 390 per 10,000 residents.
SFGH is 93 percent filled with an ICU 90 percent occupied. On the other side of the Mission, CPMC Mission Bernal is 57 percent filled and has 0 ICU patients. .
Between December 24 and February 24, Mission residents took 29,642 tests for a testing rate of 497 per 1,000 residents with an average positivity rate of approximately 4.5 percent.
California’s 14 day positivity rate has fallen below 3 percent for the first time since October 26. On January 8, the rate was 14 percent.
Of all shots delivered to San Francisco residents, Asians have received 32, percent, Whites 30 percent, Muilti-racials 10.4 percent, Latinx 9.1 percent, and Blacks 3.5 percent. Of the shots delivered by DPH, Asians have received 41.7 percent, Whites 20.5 percent, Latinx 17.3 percent, Multi-racial 8 percent, and Blacks 7.6 percent,
Cumulative Covid Deaths in San Francisco
While we revise our Covid deaths graph, here’s the DPH chart taken from their website: https://data.sfgov.org/stories/s/dak2-gvuj.