Changeset 21539 in main


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Timestamp:
09/15/20 11:26:13 (13 days ago)
Author:
LoisHaggard_NM
Message:

nmibis-content idepi COVID scatterplot data notes

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adopters/nm/trunk/src/main/webapps/nmibis-content/xml/query/module/idepi/data_note
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  • adopters/nm/trunk/src/main/webapps/nmibis-content/xml/query/module/idepi/data_note/ThresholdLevels.xml

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    33<DATA_NOTE>
    44        <NAME>ThresholdLevels</NAME>
    5         <TITLE>COVID-19 Incidence Threshold Levels</TITLE>
     5        <TITLE>COVID-19 Risk Groups</TITLE>
    66        <TEXT>
    7                 <br/>
    8                 - The average daily case rate is a reflection of the amount of disease in a community at a point in time,
    9                 provided there is adequate testing to detect cases.
    10                 <ol type="a">
    11                         <li>Harvard Risk Levels</li>
    12                         <ul class="SmallerFont">
    13                                 <li>1 case/100K/day= on track for containment</li>
    14                                 <li>1-9= community spread</li>
    15                                 <li>10-24= accelerated spread</li>
    16                                 <li>25+ = tipping point</li>
    17                         </ul>
    18                         <li>CDC Case Rate Levels''(translated from 14 day case rates)</li>
    19                         <ul class="SmallerFont">
    20                                 <li>Low = 0-.7 cases/100K/day</li>
    21                                 <li>Moderate  = >.7-3.5 cases/100K/day</li>
    22                                 <li>Moderate-to-High - >3.5-7 cases/100K/day</li>
    23                                 <li>High = > 7 cases/100K/day</li>
    24                         </ul>
     7                <ol>
     8                        <li>Average Daily Case Rates under 8 per 100,000 and Test Positivity under 5%.</li>
     9                        <li>Average Daily Case Rates under 8 per 100,000 and Test Positivity 5% or greater.</li>
     10                        <li>Average Daily Case Rates 8 or more per 100,000 and Test Positivity under 5%.</li>
     11                        <li>Average Daily Case Rates 8 or more per 100,000 and Test Positivity 5% or greater.</li>
    2512                </ol>
    2613                <br/>
    27                 - The average % positive tests is a reflection of the adequacy of testing. When the % of tests that are positive
    28                 increases above 5%, it indicates that the case rates may be underestimated due to inadequate testing.
    29                 <br/><br/>
    3014        </TEXT>
    3115</DATA_NOTE>
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