I’m continuing to track this just because you can’t easily recover the history of case counts off the William and Mary COVID-19 dashboard.
I would classify this week’s seven new cases as no different from new case rate for the past six weeks. In other words, I wouldn’t read anything into it.
Source: Calculated from William and Mary COVID-19 dashboard, last accessed 11/5/2021.
If you read any of the rest of my blog — and there’s no reason you should — you can see that I’m still waiting for any sign of a U.S. winter COVID-19 wave.
So far, there’s nothing. Just a little flattening of the trend in the past two weeks. Same thing appears to be happening in Canada.
But in the U.S. South, and Virginia in particular, the COVID-19 new case rate continues on a modest downward trend.
If that changes, I’ll surely note it in these William and Mary posts.
For now, no news is good news.