Monthly Archives: July 2020

Coronavirus diaries – Champaign edition

Illinois locked down relatively early, when a statewide order was issued starting March 21, 2020. Like every lockdown we no longer went to work, restaurants or bars, or visited friends. So after a period of reclusiveness I started going on … Continue reading

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Open trusted coronavirus data must be a national priority: Hospitals, release your data directly on your website to comply with HHS

We need to collect, organize, and publicly release trusted data on coronavirus. This now falls unexpectedly on our hospitals. This July 10 Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) memo charges hospitals with reporting coronavirus data as follows: If Hospitals … Continue reading

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