Numbers continue to trend downwards as the Citywide 7-day average positivity rate dips to its lowest level since July 3.
The numbers declined over the week but not by much.
Though infection numbers continue to drift downward and hospitalizations remain somewhat static, some R Number models show San Francisco rising above 1 for the first time in over a month.
Other than a jump in reported September covid-related deaths, the numbers remain remarkably stable.
Hospitalizations, infections, positivity rates and R Number estimates appear to be in a holding pattern with hospitalizations still on a relatively high plateau.
The virus remains, as it has now for at least a week, on a high plateau in San Francisco. Most encouraging are the R Number models which estimate the transmissiblity of the virus well below 1.
The numbers today appear to be stabilizing on a high plateau.
Local case numbers continue to fall as hospitalizations remain stable (though new admisions continue to rise), positivity rates remain high and the R Number estimates widely diverge.
How much is the virus ciruclating around San Francisco over 3 months after the Delta surge began? Recorded infections and hospitalizations declined quickly but have fluctuated at relatively high levels for the past two months, while the positivity rate is low and R Number models continue to show SF at or below 1.
Hospitalizations, recorded infections and positivity rates continue to rise, while R Number estimates and wastewater monitoring confirm the virus is likely still increasing around town.
Recorded infections and positivity rates are rapidly rising, while hospitalizatons rise slowly. R Number estimates confirm increasing circulation of the virus, but wastewater monitoring suggests it might be in retreat.
Hospitalizations have declined, but the rise in recorded infections and positivity rates continues. R Number estimates put San Francisco around 1.
Hospitalizations have declined, but there is a notable increase in recorded infections and positivity rates . R Number estimates put San Francisco well over 1.
Hospitalizations, recorded infections and positivity rates continue to fall. R Number estimates are remain relatively low.
With still a ways to go, hospitalizations, recorded infections and positivity rates continue falling, while R Number models show the rate of transmission below 1.