Covid-19 Data in the US Is an ‘Information Catastrophe’

“Every health system, every public health department, every jurisdiction really has their own ways of going about things,” says Caitlin Rivers, a senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. “It's very difficult to get an accurate and timely and geographically resolved picture of what's happening in the US, because there's such a jumble of data.”

Publisher: Wired | Author: Maryn McKenna

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infection data and risks
DATE PUBLISHED
2020-07-30 (Modified: 2021-05-12)

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