The Cortland County Health Department will launch an interactive data dashboard to streamline data reporting within the department, to better define our past and present data reporting processes/definitions, to better emphasize vaccination data, and to report more detailed demographic data to community members.
A community presentation about the dashboard will be held virtually on 02/15/2021 at 6:30 PM via Zoom.
Since March 2020, the Cortland County Health Department has strived to provide Cortland County residents with the most accurate, up to date, and transparent data. Due to the ever-changing landscape of the COVID-19 pandemic, this responsibility took different forms over the past two years.
The Cortland County Health Department will be launching an interactive data dashboard to streamline data reporting within the department, to better define our past and present data reporting processes/definitions, to better emphasize vaccination data, and to report more detailed demographic data to community members.
Throughout the dashboard, there will be details outlining any changes made from previous data reporting definitions or sources, as well as limitations to the provided data.
As long as data is available, the dashboard will include:
• Total Deaths
• Vaccination Rates
• Total/New Hospitalizations
• Total/New Positive Test Results (not including home tests)
• Vaccination Rates by demographic groups
• Total/New Cases (including home tests)
• Cases by demographic groups
• Deaths by demographic groups
More details to come.
Cortland County health reports 113 new COVID cases as of yesterday. The county is aware of 161 active cases, including 10 people in the hospital. 21.5% of those aged 5-11 are now vaccinated in our county.
Cortland County/State Health Pop-up Vaccination and Booster clinics continue today (Thursday) through Saturday at Truxton Academy, (and next Wednesday through Friday at the Port Watson Mini-Conference Center in Cortland. Walk-ins are welcome and you may also pre-register.)
The SUNY Cortland COVID test site remains open weekdays 8:30 to 4 at the Chugger Davis Building. Appointments are encouraged.
COVID test kits will be distributed in Homer on Saturday 8a-10a at the Town Hall. (Enter through Main Street and exit through the rear parking lot. One kit of two tests per car, you’ll need ID to prove you live in Homer. Call the Village Office with any questions.)
Other area towns:
McGraw – Village Hall – normal business hours, please call ahead
Virgil Town Hall M-F 9a-3p, Saturday 10a-12p
Hartford – at the Virgil Town Hall Thu 5:30-7:30p, Saturday 9a-11a
Cincinnatus Town Hall – Saturday 8a-10a
Willet Town Hall Saturday 10a-12p
Marathon Town/Village – Saturday 9a-11a at Civic Center on Peck Street
Freetown Town Hall Sat 9-11 am.
Taylor – Town Offices – Sunday 8a-10a