"THE NUMBER of communities at high-risk for COVID-19 dropped 13.5 percent on Thursday and the state as a whole saw its numbers take a dive, according to the state’s weekly report.
The number of high-risk communities, identified as red on the state’s color-coded map, fell from 222 last week to 192 this week. The number of communities with more than 100 cases per 100,000 people over the last two weeks plunged from 29 to 9."
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Franklin's COVID-19 dashboard https://www.canva.com/design/DAERJvYx-CA/RDnuYIFlWB8rUKQrGQlX0Q/view
Weekly case count report (not updated since 1/12/21)
We are making progress; from a high positivity of 7.7, down to 6.7 last week and 5.5 this week. That is good!