When Goober Newsom allowed the various counties around CA to 'open up' (albeit slowly), he put some 'metrics' in place to monitor the counties behavior/results. Now at first blush this seems a reasonable and responsible action. However, the metrics (set in mid April) have not been modified to account for the changing reality, and as a result are now being applied, I believe improperly, to shut businesses down in San Diego County (and I must wonder if in other counties as well). I have been saving lots of the historical CoViD data for San Diego County and I dug into it to determine if they are comparing apples to oranges. And the result is (drum roll)...They are comparing apples to squirrels. The data today simply can not be compared in a straight forward way to metrics based on data from back then for a myriad of reasons. I will now attempt to convince you, dear reader, that I know what I'm talking about.
What he was finding is a repeating pattern in how the virus behaves. Most of us saw it much later after countries like Spain and states like NY showed the same.— Gummi Bear (@gummibear737) July 7, 2020
But he saw it earlier in Hubai, SK and the Diamond Princess pic.twitter.com/Jofpx62VFE
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