WEEK OF NOVEMBER 6 TO 12 REPORTS 1,214 NEW PERSONS POSITIVE FOR COVID THROUGH SATURDAY OVER 3-DAY WEEKEND. ELECTION DAY COMINGLING HAS YET TO SHOW A SURGE.
WPCNR CORONAVIRUS SURVEILLANCE. Statistics from NY State Covid Tracker. Observation and Analysis by John F. Bailey.
Spreading of the Covid virus through the last nine months from March through the first two weeks of November has averaged over 1,000 new cases a week.
The disease after being controlled in March, the month where vaccines started lower cases to 826 a week, ballooned to 1,605 cases a week in April has over the next 31 weeks, has generated an average of 1,579 new covid cases a week over the 9 months, and an average of 14,480 new cases a month.
The week ended Saturday November 12, saw 1,214 cases, or 173 a day, and cases down from 1,356 last week.
From Sunday to Saturday, new lab-verified covid positive persons in Westchester County were 190, 205, 212,180, 186, 124 and 117.
Now it remains to be seen whether the socializing of the 3-day weekend and the mingling on Election Day will result in the typical middle of the week spurts in infections.
On a monthly basis, the average number of infections per month the last 9 months were 14,480 new covid cases a month throughout Westchester County. Those 9 months resulted in 130,322 infections of covid.
Every week of the last 9 months, 1,509 infections were the average of new covid cases in the county, which counted for 127,208 infections on a weekly basis per month, 14,211 a month.