State Weekly Covid Reports, Trends, Treatment Options

risk management

Updated Feb 24, 2022  


Interntional – Policies

  • Stephen Moore: With few if any restrictions, COVID death rate in nation (SWEDEN) was lower than U.K., U.S. By Stephen Moore. Feb 23, 2022
    • Guided by The Great Barrington Declaration
    • Hail to the Swedes – they did it right
    • Two years later, Sweden’s COVID-19 death rate is 1,614 per million people – much lower than Britain (2,335) or the U.S. (2,836), which both had much more stringent lockdowns.

      Sweden appears to have achieved herd immunity much more swiftly and thoroughly than other nations. Deaths were higher at the start of the pandemic but fell much lower than other lockdown nations in succeeding months.

      What is clear today is that the Swedes saved their economy. This year, it’s projected to be 5% larger than before the pandemic, compared to a 2% gain for Germany and a 1% gain for Britain. Moreover, the extra debt Sweden has had to take on is a fraction of that of lockdown countries. So it will not have to spend decades paying for the costs of lockdowns.

      Swedish schools stayed open with no face masks.


Feb 19, 2022, “Everyone is at Risk for Blood Clots!” – CDC and Pfizer Issue Urgent Warnings on Blood Clots Even in “The Healthiest AthletesBy Jim Hoft Published February 19, 2022 at 7:45am

Early detection and treatment (within 72 hours) is critical – Dr. McCullough. In addition to the vaccination options, list of Covid Treatment Options using available drugs and vitamins


Brown County Indiana COVID-19 Vaccinations & Testing

Vaccinations by appointment only: Monday through Friday, 1 to 3:20 pm. To schedule an appointment for the COVID vaccination, visit or call 211.

Testing by appointment only: Monday through Friday, 9 to 11:45 am. To schedule an appointment for testing, visit or call 211.

Key Points

  • Vaccinations do not provide immunity nor prevent transmission. They may lessen the severity of the symptoms.  Other available drugs may lessen symptons as well. 
  • Per CDC, 95% of deaths included a co-morbidity; 75% had four co-morbidities.
    • Dr. Peter McCullough: “Vaccines are largely unnecessary and if there was a safe and effective vaccine – if … the only application, in my view, would be our high-risk seniors, those in nursing homes, congregate living centers. Potentially, direct health care workers for our seniors. That’s it,” he said. “In the United States, that’s fewer than 3 million people would ever get a vaccine. I think we’ve seen the end of a broad employment of vaccines. It’s obviously backfired. Vaccination should only be narrow and targeted for highest risk group.”
  • The PCR test can produce false positives and is no longer recommended by the CDC;  On deaths, it is unknown how many people died “With” Covid as opposed to “From “ Covid.
  • The strategic focus has been on the “number of cases” – not on: (1) The protection of the most vulnerable, (2) The survivability rates by groups – near 100% in the younger and healthier citizens,  (3) Available treatments for the unvaccinated that lead to natural immunity, (4) Adverse effects in the near, mid and long-term.
  • Focused Protection was advocated by the signers  of the Great Barrington Declaration (Oct 4, 2020). Florida adopted this strategy which protects high-risk individuals and supports vaccinations that were made available beginnning Dec 14, 2020 (Wikipedia). Florida also supports treatments for the unvaccinated. The strategy does not include mandates or shutdowns.   

Updated Jan 24, 2022

National, State and Local Covid policies can be improved. Should the intent of policies be  that 100% of people survive the virus and its variants with no adverse effects?  What can be done to “prevent” infections? Adverse effects would include negative impacts in areas that include: medical (physical and mental health), economic, political, social, and cultural.   
    • El – Salvador – ad campaign to help prevent deaths and hospitalizations.Where the eff is our American medical establishment producing content like this? HHS, FDA, CDC?” – — Benny (@bennyjohnson) January 5, 2022

An optimal strategy would support the pursuit of “Truth” e.g., the right answers. This would include breaking -down the issues, prioritize, and provide a variety of solutions. What individuals and groups are at the most risk?  Who are at the least risk?  What data is needed to assess progress?  This would include listening to those experts that challenge the prevailing narratives.

Polices that divide people (mandates for example) are always suboptimal, as is canceling and censoring experts that challenge the prevailing narrative. On the number of cases, this is an output measure – not outcome. Positive outcome indicators would include no deaths and no adverse effects. 

At a national level,  what was the process for approving a vaccine and monitoring its efficacy? What is the criteria for concluding that vaccines are not meeting requirements ? On approving the Covid vaccinations, what were the deviations from past practices and their associated risks and mitigation factors? Why is VAERS data ignored? Information in VAERS provides a leading indicator that effects may be leading to a systemic increase in mortality rates in some categories. One life insurance company has already reported an unexpected and unprecedented level of deaths. Will this be a trend?  

Bottom Line – From a quality management perspective, I would not give Indiana an “Incomplete.”  I would give Florida a B.  An “A” grade would include criteria that citizens have trust and confidence in policies and are provided the information that they need to assess that the policies are working – that the government is doing everything they can to support individual decision making. The politization of the issues undermines credibility and trust.  


Stop the Mandate Rally.  Dr. Malone mentioned that half the doctors that spoke at the rally identified as Democrats.  A truly non-partisan pushback on national Covid policies.


Jan 24, 2022 Senate Hearing – Ron Johnson. COVID-19

    • A Second Opinion. Discussion begins around 40 minute mark. Sen. Ron Johnson moderates a panel discussion,  A group of world renowned doctors and medical experts provide a different perspective on the global pandemic response, the current state of knowledge of early and hospital treatment, vaccine efficacy and safety, what went right, what went wrong, what should be done now, and what needs to be addressed long term.
      More at

National Policies – Actions and Reactions

    • The U.S. medical strategy has focused almost exclusively on vaccines. A relentless stream of “breakthrough” infections, new safety concerns, and the continual emergence of new mutations suggest that doubling down on failing strategies not only leads to public frustration. It also inhibits us from exploring alternatives. Doing more of the same in the face of the omicron crisis does not evoke confidence or gain the public’s trust.  
    • We must reinvigorate new science that explores all evidence-based pathways to immunity. Natural infection and traditional vaccines, such as inactivated/dead virus, should be properly compared to mRNA and recombinant vaccines; the unvaccinated provide a much-needed control group in this regard. We also need a realistic testing plan that uses measures properly vetted by the regulatory agencies and provide standardized testing protocols globally. Celebrating progress is important. But let’s not celebrate our way to complacency. Evolving problems require creative new thinking. 

Dr. Malone, Peter Navarro publish ‘declaration of independence’ from vax mandates, ‘Frantic madness’ violates ‘every scientific principle we know’ by Art Moore, WND, Jan 14, 2022

    • Malone and Navarro warn, based on basic principles of virology, that universal vaccination could produce a “doomsday scenario.” … “The more you vaccinate, the more likely you will spawn vaccine-resistant mutations; and the more likely those vaccinated will fall prey to the mutations,” they write.

Fauci Says We’re Just In Phase One Of ‘Five Phases Of The Pandemic’ — Then Issues a Chilling Warning, 

What are the mid to long-term risks associated with the vaccines and boosters?

  • Tests. As of Dec 31, 2021, CDC is phasing out the PCR test for more accurate options. “CDC encourages laboratories to consider adoption of a multiplexed method that can facilitate detection and differentiation of SARS-CoV-2 and influenza viruses.”
    • Indiana. As of Jan 6, 2021. Rapid antigen tests are only available at some locations for anyone age 18 and younger and symptomatic individuals age 50 and older due to the limited supply. PCR tests with results in two or three days are available for everyone, regardless of age or symptoms.

Deaths Co-Morbidities. Per CDC, Covid identifed as the underlying cause of death listed on the death certificate.  There were co-morbidities or other conditions listed on the death certificate for as many as 95% of all Covid deaths. Obesity worsens outcomes from Covid-19.

comorbidities covid jan 2 2022

CDC Director: Over 75% Of COVID Deaths In Vaccinated Had ‘At Least 4 Comorbidities’ By Hank Berrien,

Hospitalizations – “For” Covid or with other conditions “with” Covid?  “In NYC, 49% of people hospitalized were admitted for COVID, everyone else just happened to test positive” -e.g. “with” Covid. 

Covid Policy – A suggested Course of Action (Solution). The Great Barrington Declaration– “The single document that will go down as one of the most important publications in the pandemic” – Dr. Scott Atlas, American physician and healthcare policy expert, Former White House Coronavirus Response team member. Barrington Policy adopted by Sweden and Florida.

    • Has the Great Barrington Declaration been vindicated? Lockdowns failed to serve the collective good BY  AND Jan 10, 2022
      • Their psychological, social and economic impact might have been justified from a collective-interest and life-saving standpoint if Covid represented an equal threat to all citizens. 
      • it became clear that Covid-19 was almost exclusively a threat to the elderly (60+): in the last quarter of 2020, the mean age of those dying both with and of Covid-19 in the UK was 82.4, while by early 2020 the Infection Fatality Rate (IFR) — the risk of actually dying if you catch Covid — in people under 60 was already known to be exceptionally low: 0.5 per cent or less. A paper written late in 2020 for the WHO by professor John Ioannidis of Stanford University, one of the world’s foremost epidemiologists, then estimated that the IFR for those under 70 was even lower: 0.05%. As Woolhouse points out in his interview “people over 75 are an astonishing 10,000 times more at risk than those who are under 15”.
      • In early 2021, John Ioannidis published a paper claiming that there was no practical difference in epidemiological terms between countries that had locked down and those that hadn’t. Several other studies have appeared since then that confirm Ioannidis’s initial findings: see, for example, herehere and here
      • According to a recent Collateral Global study, Covid deaths in nursing homes amount on average to a staggering 40% of all Covid deaths in Western countries, despite representing less than 1% of the population.
      • In view of this, it seems obvious that the focused protection approach championed by the Great Barrington Declaration (GBD) — based on “allow[ing] those who are at minimal risk of death to live their lives normally to build up immunity to the virus through natural infection, while better protecting those who are at highest risk” — was the right course of action. 

      • Lockdowns had little or no impact on COVID-19 deaths, new study shows, Washington Time. Jan 31, 2022. 

        • Lockdowns in the U.S. and Europe had little or no impact in reducing deaths from COVID-19, according to a new analysis by researchers at Johns Hopkins University.

        • “We find no evidence that lockdowns, school closures, border closures, and limiting gatherings have had a noticeable effect on COVID-19 mortality,” the researchers wrote.

        • But the research paper said lockdowns did have “devastating effects” on the economy and contributed to numerous social ills. “They have contributed to reducing economic activity, raising unemployment, reducing schooling, causing political unrest, contributing to domestic violence, and undermining liberal democracy,” the report said.


Florida Surgeon General – Joseph Ladapo.   “Vaccines are available. Treatments are available,”  “If you do get COVID, get treated early.” Ladapo argued doctors haven’t made enough effort on the treatment side: “The other component that other states should adopt is both preventative and treatment. Makes me sad as a scientist and a doctor that more effort is not made to connect patients with treatments. That has cost many lives during the pandemic.”
    • “To Ladapo, being the “anti-Fauci” means “being considerate of the fact that health means more than avoiding a virus. It’s been a terrible time with social isolation, loneliness. What we’ve done to children has been criminal, disconnecting them from their peers and disrupting their education even though they’ve always been at low risk. There are multiple components of health.”
    • Florida Covid Stats.  As of Jan 26, 2022  Survival Rate Estimate 98.82%. 
    • Florida – Covid Reports

RCP Coronavirus Tracker, Coronavirus (COVID-19) U.S. Deaths US COVID-19 cases and deaths by state

A recent headline in the IndyStar:  Indiana in last place on list of ‘Safest States During COVID-19’Rashika Jaipuriar, Indianapolis Star, Dec 18, 2021.

    • Reinforces how statistics can be used to sell a false narrative. Indiana is “last on list of safest states”? They (WalletHub) list the states with the lowest death rates as Alabama, Florida, DC, Alaska, Louisiana. These states have a combined median Survival Estimate Rate of 98.31%. Indiana’s median rate (Oct 6-Dec 16) is 98.44%. This is the percent of people that test positive and live.  Ref:

safest states covid

Indiana COVID-19 Data Report. The SO WHAT?  Should the purpose of a “Report” also be to provide feedback to citizens as to what is working and what is not in response to Covid? Should this include identifying  prevention measures, the types of treatments available and provided, estimated risks to citizens on  vaccinations injuries as listed/identified in VAERS and other government sources) to citizens? 

    • Isn’t the “ideal”  solutions that are 100% effective without any side effects?  This would require forums where scientific-based challenges to the prevailing narrative are welcome and would support the need for additional studies, data and analysis in making progress towards the ideal.
    • Quality of the Data.  Indiana’s Attorney General recently challenged  the quality of the Covid related data being reported by the State.
      • Indiana governor accuses AG of fanning the flames of confusion of COVID-19, By Margaret Menge | The Center Square contributor, Dec 30, 2021.

        • Rokita’s office provided a statement from the attorney general: “A lack of global standardization of the data and non-uniform use of criteria is an industry-wide management issue, not an Inspector General issue.”  

        • “Dr. Lindsay Weaver, who said the state Department of Health had reviewed the VAERS data for Indiana and did not see any issues.”
          • How was this conclusion determined?
      • Indiana AG defends saying COVID-19 numbers can’t be trusted By Margaret Menge | The Center Square contributor, Jan 10, 2022.
        • “Hoosiers deserve transparency in reporting of Covid data so they can make their own medical decisions.” 
        • “he went on to say the omicron variant is “a much milder variant” and the focus should be on deaths, not on the number of cases.”
      • What’s the definition of “fully-vaccinated”?  Is a patient who received the vaccination considered “unvaccinated” until fifteen days have passed since the second jab?  When do the most severe reactions to the vax occur?   
      • CDC Manipulated Studies In Order to Prop Up Official COVID Narrative. By Dr. Joseph Mercola.  Two studies published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention — both of questionable quality — allow the agency to claim COVID vaccines are safer and more effective than they really are. 

    • Alberta Canada Inadvertently Published (and Quickly Deleted) Health Data Exposing that MORE THAN HALF of VACCINATED DEATHS Have Been COUNTED AS UNVACCINATED By Julian Conradson Published January 23, 2022 at 3:00p

      • According to its latest Covid-19 update, the Alberta Government admitted to following the fraudulent standard that was in use by vaccine manufacturers during clinical trials – which is to ignore the adverse outcomes, including Covid infection, hospitalizations, and deaths, for fourteen days after vaccine administration – no matter how many doses they have had.

Questions on Data Quality

      • What is the variation in how  positive cases and deaths are tallied?   Why are the adverse effects from the vaccines  underreported in VAERS?  What is the accuracy rate of the various tests?   
      • Operational Definitions are critical in providing some assurance regarding the quality of the information being reported. 
      •  “Indiana life insurance CEO says deaths are up 40% among people ages 18-64”.  By Margaret Menge,  The Center Square, Jan 1, 2022  and follow-on articles.

Questions – Indiana Covid Policy

    • Omnicron: How likely is Omicron to deliver not an irritating cold but the worst flu of your life? How does that risk increase with the number and severity of medical conditions a person has? What are the chances of lingering symptoms following a mild illness? How long does immunity last after a booster shot or an infection?Ref: The New Yorker. What is the effect on those with natural immunity?
    • Not shown in the State reports or provided is the additional number and percent of citizens that recovered from Covid and have natural immunity.
    • Adverse Effects.  What are the known side-effects from the vaccines?  What are the know side-effects from those that were unvaxxed but recovered, e.g., such as no sense of smell or taste? 
    • What are the adverse effects from the vaccine reported in VAERS?  What percent of adverse reactions are reported in Indiana?
    • On “New Positive Cases,” how many were vaccinated vs unvaccinated. Of those that were vaccinated and contracted a new variant, what are the treatment protocols? For the unvaccinated with or without natural immunity, what are the recommended treatment protocols?   
    • Of the deaths, how many of these were individuals with comorbidities? What were the ages? How many were vaccinated vs unvaccinated? For the unvaccinated, how many had natural immunity?
      • Answer : The CDC Reports that there were co-morbidities or other conditions listed on the death certificate for as many as 95% of all Covid deaths. Obesity worsens outcomes from Covid-19. CDC Director states over 75% of  COVID Deaths In Vaccinated Had ‘At Least 4 Comorbidities’
    • Does the state (or “county health department”) support supplementing your diet with Vitamin D, C, and Zinc? Other recommendations?  Is there correlation to mortality and obesity?
    • Does the current reporting infer that ALL citizens should be vaccinated? If so, this is most likely an unrealistic goal and does not provide the quality of information citizens need to make informed decisions on vaccinations. Individuals throughout the country are leaving their jobs when given the ultimatum to get vaccinated.

Available Treatments?  The supported treatments in Indiana for the unvaccinated that contract Covid is the Monoclonal Antibody Therapy – funded by the Feds. This option has recently been “paused” by the federal government.  Why would you take this option off the table?  How many states (other than Florida), will step-up to fund this treatment?

Treatment Options for Individuals.  “Early Detection and Treatment (within 72 hours) helps to  prevent  hospitalizationDr. Peter McCullough

 Veritas Documents Reveal DC Bureaucrats Had Evidence Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine Were Effective in Treating COVID — BUT HID THIS FROM PUBLIC By Jim Hoft

Covid Survival Rate – Weekly Data Provided by the State of Indiana


 Should the expectation be that the Survival Rate is 100%?  

Estimate – Infection Mortality Rate (IFR):  Deaths divided Positive cases times 100.

Estimate – Survival Rate (positive cases – deaths) / positive cases x 100.

Infection Fatality Rate (IFR) world wide – Dr. John Ioannidis,  Stanford University  The infection fatality rate (IFR), the probability of dying for a person who is infected, is  one of the most critical and most contested features of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. The expected total mortality burden of COVID-19 is directly related to the IFR. Moreover, justification for various non-pharmacological public health interventions depends crucially on the IFR. Some aggressive interventions that potentially induce also more pronounced collateral harms may be considered appropriate, if IFR is high. Conversely, the same measures may fall short of acceptable risk-benefit thresholds, if the IFR is low.  “Extrapolating from confirmed cases, he (Dr. Ioannidis) concluded that, around the world, more than half a billion people have probably been infected with COVID. Using that metric, Dr. Ioannidis concluded that most locations around the world have an IFR that’s less than 0.20%.  

  • IFR Dr. Ioannidis Stanford Infection Survival Rate IFR covid

State Percentages – Estimated Survival Rate – Is the inferred goal a 100% survival rate?
(Note: (11/29/21) Statistical significance can be derived from a calculation. Significance by itself is subjective.  I did not calculate “statistical significance.” I leave this up to the statisticians. 

          (Positive Cases/Deaths)

    • 10/6/2021: 98.47%;
    • 10/13/2021: 98.44%
    • 10/21/2021: 98.42%
    • 10/27/2021: 98.41%
    • 11/4/2021: 98.41%
    • 11/11/2021: 98.43%
    • 11/17/2021: 98.44%  
    • 11/23/2021: 98.45%
    • 12/8/2021: 98.47%
    • 12/16/2021: 98.50%
    • 12/21/2021: 98.50%
    • 1/2/2022: 98.56%
    • 1/6/2022: 98.57% “RED”
    • 1/13/2022: 98.63% “RED”
    • 1/19/2022: 98.68% “RED”  Upward ‘Trend”
    • 1/26/2022: 98.72% “RED” Slight upward increase
    • 2/3/2022: 98.72% RED 
    • 2/9/2022: 98.82%
    • Median: 98.49%

run chart covid 1 feb 9 2022

In addition to a run chart (see interpretation rules below), the application of a few more basic tools of quality would be helpful. In addition to baseline data, what is not typically provided is the stratification of cases that would include country, age, gender, level of fitness, co-morbidities, preventive measures taken, treatment protocols,  This would provide the data needed to offer a range of successful options.
Cause-effect diagrams and Pareto charts are also helpful tools in identifying improvement opportunities.
Also missing in the discussion are the system diagrams that identify the “end-to-end” process – from vaccine development, approval, and deployment through eradication.  Documentation of the end-to-end process also applies to the other treatment options using available drugs. This would help identify the data needed throughout the process to compare the “ideal” – solutions that are 100% effective without any side effects, with the actual situation. This would require forums where scientific-based challenges to the narrative are welcome and would support the need for additional studies, data and analysis in making progress towards the ideal.
Cases going up, down, staying about the same?
  • Trends – Increases? Decreases?  Systemic Changes?
    • The most common misuse of statistics is when based on the numbers, a judgment is made that something is increasing or decreasing. What is generally unknown is that there are standards pioneered in America and accepted internationally for identifying  trends.

      Generally, you need 20-25 data points that can then be placed on a Run Chart along with the median (center-line). Depending on the standard, the following trends would indicate an increase or decrease and if it was sustained, would indicate a systemic change: Six (6) consecutive points in a row rising or falling; Eight (8) consecutive points in a row above or below the centerline. The simplest standard is the Rule of 7 – 7 data points in a row increasing or decreasing or 7 in a row above or below the centerline. (PQ Systems Trends)

Feb 9, 2022BCM Facebook Post. State Weekly Covid Report as of Feb 9, 2022. Covid Recovry Rate (Name change from “Survival Rate Estimate”: 98.82% (upward trend).   Shouldn’t the goal be that 100% of people survive the virus and its variants with no adverse effects?  If so, how are we doing on that?

Feb 3, 2022. BCM Facebook Post.  Survival Rate Estimate: 98.72% (upward trend).   Shouldn’t the goal be that 100% of people survive the virus and its variants with no adverse effects?  If so, whow are doing on that?

Jan 26, 2022.  BCM Facebook Post.  State Weekly Covid Report as of Jan 26, 2022. Survival Rate Estimate: 98.72% (upward trend).   Shouldn’t the goal be that 100% of people survive the virus and its variants with no adverse effects?  If so, whow are doing on that? Per BCD, total deaths for Brown County is 58 (up 2). The percentage of residents who are now partially vaccinated remains at 57.

(Positive cases: 1,604, 072; Total Deaths: 20, 508). Per BCD, total deaths for Brown County is 58 ( (up 7). Partially vaccinated rate at 57%.

Jan 19, 2022BCM Facebook Post.  State Weekly Covid Report as of Jan 19, 2022. Survival Rate Estimate: 98.68% (upward trend).   Shouldn’t the goal be that 100% of people survive the virus and its variants with no adverse effects?  Per BCD, total deaths for Brown County is 56 (up 2). The percentage of residents who are now partially vaccinated is 57 percent (no change from last week). 

Jan 13 , 2022. BCM Facebook Post

State Weekly Covid Report as of Jan 13, 2022. Survival Rate Estimate: 98.63% (Positive cases: 1,425, 877; Total Deaths: 19,491). Per BCD, total deaths for Brown County is 54 (up 3). The percentage of residents who are now partially vaccinated is now 57 percent.  The CDC Reports that there were co-morbidities or other conditions listed on the death certificate for as many as 95% of all Covid deaths. Obesity worsens outcomes from Covid-19. 

CDC Director: Over 75% Of COVID Deaths In Vaccinated Had ‘At Least 4 Comorbidities

Jan 6, 2022. BCM Facebook Post

Survival Rate Estimate: 98.57% (Positive cases: 1,329, 423; Total Deaths: 18,959). Total deaths for Brown County is 51.

Jan 4, 2022. BCD, State warns of ‘very steep rise’ in COVID-19 cases By  Staff Reports

Per CDC, There were co-morbidities or other conditions listed on the death certificate for as many as 95% of all Covid deaths. Obesity worsens outcomes from Covid-19.

Jan 2, 2022 BCM Facebook Post

  • Survival Rate Estimate: 98.56% (Positive cases: 1,278, 285; Total Deaths: 18,433).   

Dec 21, 2021BCM Facebook Post

  • Survival Rate Estimate: 98.50% (Positive cases: 1,200, 926; Total Deaths: 18,057).   
  • Note: Per ISDH, the dashboard will not update Thursday 12/23 through Sunday 12/26. Normal updates will resume on Monday, 12/27.

 Dec 17, 2021 – BCM Facebook Post

  • Survival Rate Estimate: 98.50% (Positive cases: 1,181,554; Total Deaths: 17,757).   
  • Brown County Survival Rate Estimate:  97.35% (Positive cases 1,886; Deaths 50).
  • County vaccination rate: 56% (up 1%)

Dec 8, 2021. BCM Facebook Post

  • Survival Rate Estimate: 98.47% (Positive cases: 1,145,633; Total Deaths: 17,351).  The percentage of the Brown County is  55 percent.  
  • NEW. Brown County Survival Estimate Rate:  97.3% (Positive cases 1,826; Deaths 50).
  • County vaccination rate: 55%

Nov 17-23, 2021.

  • Survival Rate Estimate: 98.45% (Positive cases: 1,084,488; Total Deaths: 16, 805).  The percentage of the Brown County is  54 percent. No statistically signficant change over the past 7 weeks.
  • NEW. Brown County Survival Estimate Rate:  97.1% (Positive cases 1,697; Deaths 50).

Nov 17, 2021.

  • Survival Rate Estimate: 98.44% (Positive cases: 1,069,450; Total Deaths: 16, 673).  The percentage of those who are partially vaccinated as of Nov. 17 is now 54 percent. No statistically signficant change over the past 6 weeks.

Nov 11, 2021.

  • Survival Rate Estimate: 98.43% (Positive cases: 1,047,847; Total Deaths: 16, 447). County vaccination rate is 53%.   No statistically signficant change over the past 5 weeks.

Nov 4, 2021

  • Survival Rate Estimate: 98.41% (Positive cases: 1,030,291; Total Deaths: 16, 336). County vaccination rate is 53%.   No statistically signficant change over the past month. 

Oct  27, 2021

  • Estimated Survival Rate:  98.41% (Positive cases: 1,016,722; Total Deaths: 16,117)
  • IFR:  1.59%

Oct 21, 2021.

    • Survival Rate:  98.42% (Positive cases:  1,007, 681; Total Deaths: 15,930)
    • Using the recent population data from the 2020 Census, which shows the county’s population to be 15,475, the percentage of those who are partially vaccinated dropped to around 52 percent.
    • FB Post – BCM
    • FB Post – BCD

Oct 13, 2021. 98.44% (Deaths 15, 694), Total Positive Cases 994,079). Brown County vaccination percentage remains around 53 percent.

Oct 6, 202198.47%. (Deaths 15,442) compared to Total Positive Cases (979,000). Brown County vaccination percentage remains around 53 percent.

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