The present COVID-19 case depend throughout Northern Kentucky varies from zip code to zip code, information from the Northern Kentucky Well being Division reveals.
In a tweet on Friday, the well being division mentioned, in a graphic illustrating the present incidence fee throughout the area, “We have come too far and labored too arduous to return now.”
The division mentioned that COVID-19 instances are on the rise within the area.
The seven-day incidence fee is calculated by taking the entire variety of distinctive instances in a zipper code over the previous seven days, dividing it by seven to get a day by day common, divided by the U.S. Census Bureau estimated inhabitants throughout the zip code, and multiplied by 100,000 to get the incidence fee per 100,000 individuals.
Zip codes like 41016 (Ludlow/Bromley/a part of Covington), 41092 (southern Boone Co.), 41076 (Campbell Co.), 41015 (Covington/Latonia/Taylor Mill/Independence), and 41063 (southern Kenton Co.) present as “on monitor” with zero to only a few instances at the moment.
They’re highlighted as green on the local map.
In the meantime, zip codes like 41080 (northwestern Boone Co.), 41048 (Hebron), and 41097 (Williamstown/Grant Co.) are highlighted as pink, or “essential”, with incidence charges at or above 25.
Forty-six instances have been reported on Thursday, the division mentioned. That quantity is much decrease than the day by day case counts that the area was seeing with there was a big spike within the winter and earlier than vaccines have been broadly obtainable.
The week of June 27, there have been 94 instances reported, 118 on the week of July 4, and 179 the week of July 11.
Vaccines at the moment are broadly obtainable in Northern Kentucky. Click here for more information.