Community COVID-19 Data Dashboard Transition FAQs

When will this transition begin?

The dashboard will transition to its new format beginning Friday, July 1, 2022. The new format will pull data directly from the California Department of Public Health and reflect local as well as statewide data.

What information will be available on the dashboard?
  • Newly reported cases
  • Total confirmed Cases
  • Cases per 100k (cumulative)
  • Cases per 100k (7-day average)
  • Newly reported deaths
  • Confirmed deaths
  • Deaths per 100k (cumulative)
  • Deaths per 100k (7-day average)
  • Total PCR tests administered
  • Positivity Rate
  • Tests per day per 100k
  • Hospitalizations (positive and suspected positive patients)
  • ICU (positive and suspected positive patients)
  • ICU available beds
  • Vaccination – Primary Series Completion
  • Vaccination – Booster Eligible Completion
  • Vaccination by race, ethnicity, and zip code
  • CDC COVID-19 Variants Surveillance
  • COVID-19 State Demographics Data
How often will the dashboard be updated?

The dashboard will be updated on Tuesdays and Fridays.

Is the dashboard available in other languages?

The new dashboard is fully available in English. Descriptive text on the new dashboard will also be available in Spanish, Mandarin, Tagalog, Vietnamese, and Korean.

Will the daily status reports still be available?

The daily status reports will no longer be available in their same format. Some information previously found on the reports will still be available, but in a different format. Other data points will no longer be available on the dashboard. 

Why is this change being made?

The data dashboard has been a reliable, timely source of information for community members and partners and will continue to provide needed information as our county navigates through the COVID-19 pandemic. Given the current stage of the pandemic, the County Public Health Department, in following suit with many other counties, will lean on CDPH-collected data. This reliable data source will be monitored by local epidemiologists to ensure accuracy of data for our community.