May 19 2020
10:49 am

From the Tallahassee Democrat,
Late last Friday, the architect and manager of Florida's COVID-19 dashboard — praised by White House officials for its accessibility — announced that she had been removed from her post...

It's being reported Florida's coronavirus data is now being restricted.

From the Los Angeles Times,
Thanks to the Atlanta Journal Constitution, we now know things did indeed look too good to be true. Georgia’s coronavirus numbers looked so rosy because officials misrepresented the data in such a way it’s difficult to believe it wasn’t done on purpose.
In the latest bungling of tracking data for the novel coronavirus, a recently posted bar chart on the Georgia Department of Public Health’s website appeared to show good news: new confirmed cases in the counties with the most infections had dropped every single day for the past two weeks.

In fact, there was no clear downward trend.

This could happen anywhere. If you can't verify your data, say so or don't publish it.

We rely on the media to fact check the government. Support your local, state, and national media.

R. Neal's picture

Red state health departments

Red state health departments are being politicized.

Knoxoasis's picture

Or staffed by lunatics.

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