Coronavirus Dashboards

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MAIN COVID-19 DASHBOARD

  • Total Cases: Please note that the number in ‘Total Cases’ is only laboratory confirmed cases, which represent a small portion of total cases in Yolo County. The ability of labs to do testing is extremely limited. Most people in the community who are infected with COVID-19 have mild illness and are not being tested.

  • Filter by Area / City: Filter by area or city using the drop down menu on the top right. ‘Display All’ will provide you with all the cases in Yolo County, as a whole. This information is now being shared as the number of confirmed cases has grown. Though one area may have more numbers, the virus should be considered everywhere and people need to stay at home. There are many reasons why one city or area will have more or less confirmed cases including the fact that different labs are used, doctors may be following different ordering guidelines, and areas may have differences in following the stay at home orders.

  • Negative Test Results: For COVID-19 testing results, researchers have found that the chance of a false negative result (when someone who tested negative actually does have the virus or has been recently infected), can vary based on the number of days after exposure. The highest levels of variation occurs within the first 5 days of exposure (up to 67%) and the lowest levels of variation occurs 8 days after exposure (21%). If someone with COVID-19 symptoms tests negative, they are still advised to quarantine at home for the prescribed number of days.

  • To Expand the View of a Specific Field: Hover your mouse over the top right corner of a field/box. A dark gray circle will appear -->  Image of Dashboard Button. Click on this circle and that field will expand to take up the whole dashboard. To get out of the expanded view, hover your mouse again in the top right corner and click on the circle. 

  • Cases Confirmed by Date: Sometimes this number does not match the total increases for the day as new reported cases may fall under different dates depending on when the State confirmed the positive case. There can be a delay in when the County gets results based on backlogs, etc.

This information will be updated once a day by 5 PM.


ATTESTATION CRITERIA DASHBOARD

  • About This Dashboard: The ability for counties to have local 'variance' from the State is based on whether counties can attest to meeting specific criteria indicating local stability of COVID-19 spread and specific levels of county preparedness. This dashboard will act as an indicator if we are currently meeting the criteria set forth by the attestation plan and can continue reopening in Yolo County or be rolled back/paused.

    Click here to see Yolo County's attestation plan that was submitted to the State of California.
    Click here for more information about the State of California's attestation process.

  • The Criteria for Attestation:

    • Epidemiological Stability: A foundational parameter that shows if COVID-19 cases are low enough to be swiftly contained by reintroducing stay at home features and using health care delivery capacity to provide care for the sick. 

    • Testing Capacity:  Is there testing capacity to detect active infection that meets the state's most current testing criteria.

    • Hospital Capacity: Is there hospital capacity, including ICU beds and ventilators and adequate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) available to handle standard healthcare capacity, current COVID-19 cases and potential COVID-19 surge. This criteria includes Yolo County residents hospitalized both inside and outside the county.

    • Containment Capacity: Is there adequate infrastructure, processes and workforce to reliably detect and safety isolate new cases and follow up with those who have been in contact with positive cases. 

    • Protection of Stage 1 Workers: Is there clear guidance and the necessary resources to ensure the safety of Stage 1 essential workers. See the guidance here: COVID-19 Employee Toolkit

    • Vulnerable Populations: Are there protections for vulnerable populations, especially those in long-term care settings. See the plans referenced below here: Long Term Care Facility Plan and Skilled Nursing Facility Mitigation Plan and PPE Supply
  • (Daily) Testing Capacity: Please note that this field will only be updated once a week. 

  • Additional Metrics: To see additional metrics, click on the tabs at the bottom of each criteria to switch between metrics. Arrows Dashboard

  • To Expand the View of a Specific Field: Hover your mouse over the top right corner of a field/box. A dark gray circle will appear -->  Image of Dashboard Button. Click on this circle and that field will expand to take up the whole dashboard. To get out of the expanded view, hover your mouse again in the top right corner and click on the circle. 


LONG-TERM CARE FACILITY DASHBOARD

  • About This Dashboard: Below is the dashboard of long-term care facilities that have COVID-19 outbreaks in Yolo County. The case counts below are included in the case counts in the above dashboard. 
  • Total Residents: This number are residents who tested positive.

  • Total Staff: This number are staff who tested positive, including those living in and outside Yolo County.

  • To Expand the View of a Specific Field:Hover your mouse over the top right corner of a field/box. A dark gray circle will appear -->  Image of Dashboard Button. Click on this circle and that field will expand to take up the whole dashboard. To get out of the expanded view, hover your mouse again in the top right corner and click on the circle. 

 DOCUMENTS


To see the documents currently in use for Yolo County's COVID-19 response, including health orders, documents, and items in other languages, please click on the 'Documents' button on top of the page or click here.