Again, if I was encouraged to add a more descriptive masthead here, I’d have to quote those great philosophers Steve Winwood, Jim Capaldi, Dave Mason,
Month: April 2020
The First Ward Cornavirus Report – April 29, 2020
Since I’m running out of creative column titles, let’s just apply the day’s date going forward! But if I was to label what will inevitably
The First Ward Cornavirus Report – Another good day!
And it was a very good day across the board! Here are the numbers: Date Cases % Increase N Cases N Tested Prevalence Deaths 4/14
The First Ward Cornavirus Report – More of the same!
Put more simply, the number of new cases may look like they’re increasing, but that’s primarily a result of a far greater Illinois testing effort.
The First Ward Cornavirus Report – Nothing unexpected!
In fact, yesterday was almost, but not quite, a carbon copy of Friday. To absolutely no one’s surprise, our second-best testing day led to our
The First Ward Cornavirus Report – Now, that’s a lot of tests!
First, while I certainly enjoyed indulging the more (fact-based) opinionated side of myself yesterday – and all the associated hilarious Facebook banter that went along
The First Ward Cornavirus Report – Still on track!
Now, I don’t want to get into the whole college campus “triggering” and “safe space” kind of thing, but in deference to the curious reader
The First Ward Cornavirus Report – Not nearly as bad as it looks!
Anytime we have a record coronavirus case day, it’s gonna be a cause for concern, particularly when we’re more than ready to see those numbers
The First Ward Report – The Elgin Mental Health Center is a Covid-19 Nightmare!
While I’ve certainly enjoyed providing a month’s worth of statistical and evidence-based Illinois coronavirus reports, I can’t tell you how good it feels to get
The First Ward Cornavirus Report – I’m starting to sound like a broken record!
But the news continues to be as good as the numbers have predicted, so who am I to get in their way. Put more simply,