Total COVID-19 cases in the City of Alameda /

539 December 1 – 31, 2020

561 January 1 – 17, 2021

Our 7-day COVID-19 daily-cases average has spiked to 40. This means we’ll likely breach 1,000 cases for the month of January, potentially breach 1,100 cases, doubling or more December’s total cases.

For whatever reason, the City of Alameda’s COVID-19 data page is only updated once per week and quite often it’s wrong. Its last update was on 1/15/21 and stated under 400 cases for 1/1 – 1/15/2021 when the ACPHD reported far higher numbers, about 100 cases more. The reported cases for those dates was 496. The lower numbers reported by our city lead one to infer that January isn’t much worse than December when it’s far, far worse; twice as bad in fact.

ACPDH stopped reporting on Positivity at all and by zip codes but I have this past data:

December 4, 2020 /

1.7 94501

1.4 94502

January 12, 2021 /

2.9 94501

1.9 94502

About Denise Lai

Alive. Swim (fly is the best). Walking with my dog (weims are the best). Life is good. Would prefer people understood negative externalities and prevented themselves from creating them. Feeling the love anyway. View all posts by Denise Lai

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