Selected Florida Covid-19 Charts

IMPORTANT NOTICE:

On June 3, 2021, the Florida Department of Health (FL DoH) issued its final daily COVID-19 reports, which were the primary source documents for the FAU College of Business–COVID-19 Florida Tracker. FL DoH has transitioned to issuing a much-abbreviated weekly COVID-19 report that does not provide the data necessary to populate the charts of our Tracker. Consequently, we ceased updating charts and data as of June 3, 2021. We will maintain our Tracker as a historical reference tool. In the event that the COVID-19 situation deteriorates in Florida and the FL DoH resumes daily updates, we will resume our daily postings as well.

⚠️ Error / Graphs Not Populating: Currently, the COVID tracker graphs are experiencing a visual error and, as a result, no data is shown on the charts. Developers are working on a solution and we apologize for the inconvenience.


This page serves as a platform for the developers to take a closer look at data, explain how Florida reports certain datasets, and to provide charts that are different than what is found on the main data pages.

 

 

This chart shows the daily 7-day moving average for the number of FL Covid-19 cases and deaths by the event date, which, in most cases, is the date on which a Covid-19 test was administered. FL Dept.of Health does not provide the date of death, so we assume that deaths occur, on average, 7 days after the event date. Assuming a longer lag simply shifts the death chart slightly to the right. Cases and deaths are on different y-axes. The source of the data is the daily Florida Dept. of Health Covid-19 Caseline Data file.

This chart shows the daily 7-day moving average for the number of FL Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations by the event date, which, in most cases, is the date on which a Covid-19 test was administered. FL Dept.of Health does not provide the date of hospitalization, so we assume that hospitalizations occur, on average, 7 days after the event date. Assuming a longer lag simply shifts the hospitalization chart slightly to the right. Cases and hospitalizations are on different y-axes. The source of the data is the daily Florida Dept. of Health Covid-19 Caseline Data file.

This chart shows the daily 7-day moving average for the number of FL Covid-19 cases and emergency department visits by the event date, which, in most cases, is the date on which a Covid-19 test was administered. FL Dept.of Health does not provide the date of emergency department visit, so we assume that deaths occur, on average, the same day as the event date. Assuming a longer lag simply shifts the emergency department visit chart slightly to the right. Cases and emergency department visits are on different y-axes. The source of the data is the daily Florida Dept. of Health Covid-19 Caseline Data file.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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