“The data suggests that the disease is spreading in South Jersey. And right now it’s spreading faster in South Jersey than it was in North Jersey,” Sarah Allred, a professor at Rutgers-Camden, said.
On Politics In Focus, a local expert explains findings of his research focusing on “flattening the curve” or slowing the rate of infection of the coronavirus in New Jersey and what it could indicate for neighboring states and the Delaware Valley. Darren Spielman who is the Executive Director of Senator Walter Rand Institute for Public Affairs speaks with Jennifer about his latest findings and their significance.
Since learning of the death of Steve Ravitz on Wednesday after succumbing to the novel coronavirus, members of the Camden community from all walks have extended their condolences to the family.
Dr. Sarah Allred says social distancing is having an effect and appears to be slowly flattening the curve. Allred and her team just launched a new daily tracker that focuses on COVID 19 deaths by county in the state.
“We’re not doing enough testing to really know how many people are infected, which means that we can’t put into the model the number of infected people to know where we are on the curve,” said Sarah Allred, an associate professor at Rutgers University in Camden who is a data and computational researcher.
A new coronavirus tracker prepared by Rutgers University-Camden researcher Sarah Allred suggests the curve of coronavirus-related deaths in New Jersey has started to flatten. While the data doesn’t suggest New Jersey is anywhere close to being out of the woods — far from it — the speed with which new deaths are announced is starting … Continue reading Rutgers-Camden coronavirus tracker suggests New Jersey curve starting to flatten…