Though tapering off in the last couple days, hospitalizations, positivity rates and recorded infections have declined over the past week while R Number models suggest increasing community spread.
Hospitalizations and case counts stayed are more or less where they’ve been for the week. Positivity rates have risen and R Number models for San Francisco are mixed on the current rate of spread.
Hospitalizations, case counts and positivity rates stayed static over the past couple days. R Number models for San Francisco continue to suggest increasing spread.
Numbers are not falling as fast as we would like but they are going down (which is better than going up). We are not yet at the levels we were at last October before the winter surge.
Along with some rain, infecton, hospitalization and positivity rates dropped over the weekend, continuing Delta’s slow trend downwards.
Infections and positivity rates going through the roof while the R number remains high. Hospitalizations are increasing, but no anywhere near what might be expected.
Little movement in the numbers over the weekend as the virus digs in.
Hospitalizations fluctuate, but have fallen well off their spring peak. Recorded infections and positivity rates are both down. R Number models show local transmission below 1, and current wastewater monitoring remains flat, just below where it was two weeks ago, also well off this spring’s peak.
Hospitalizations and wastwater monitoring are up; recorded infections and positivity rates are down, while R Number models show bascially the same as last week.
Hospitalizations reman flat, recorded infections take a dip, but positivity rates keep rising R Number models are back up and wastewater monitoring (at Southeast San Francisco) trending down off its recent peak, but still indicating much higher levels of community spread than recorded infections.
Hospitalizations are stable, recorded infections are down . Positivity rates have gone back up and R Number models have dropped back below 1. Wastewater monitoring from Stanford shows less virus in nearby sewers. The signposts are mixed and fragmented but still suggesting that there is plenty of covid circulating around the City.
Hospitalizations, recorded infections and positivity rates show some stability as R Number models dip below 1. Wastewater monitoring shows a recent decline before levelling off.
Hospitalizatons, recorded infections and positivity rates continue to climb, as R Number models remain static. The good news, and reason for the question mark is that current wastewater measures have leveled or declined a bit.
The virus is on the move around the country, especially in the Bay Area and at 24th and Mission where the positivity rate among those tested as reached 19 percent. Hospitalizations, recorded infections and positivity rates continue climbing, while R Number estimates and wastewater monitoring, though somewhat mixed, confirm increasing circulation.
Hospitalizations, recorded infections and positivity rates continue rising, while R Number estimates and wastewater monitoring confirm there’s a lot of virus around town.