Director of Regulatory Studies
Posts by Jon Sanders (page 7)
Active cases fall to 15.4K, lowest level since June, as recoveries keep rising
And seven out of eight known cases of COVID-19 in NC are presumed recovered.
, August 18, 2020
Cooper is trying to have it both ways on schools
Cooper decided the state's COVID-19 numbers at the time didn't support reopening. Then he cited improving numbers during that time as evidence his mask order was working.
, August 17, 2020
Cooper and Cohen’s dilemma: keeping all restrictions but wanting to claim their mask order worked
Cases falling several weeks after the mask order appears correlated with something, but it isn't the mask order. Also, Cooper and Cohen have moved the goalposts again on lifting restrictions.
, August 13, 2020
Recoveries keep rising, active cases keep falling — three weeks in a row
Six out of every seven (85.5 percent) of NC’s known cases of COVID-19 are presumed recovered.
, August 12, 2020
Cooper’s game of keeping NC not even in full ‘Phase 2’ yet
Gov. Cooper has descended into disreputable political theater regarding his orders, and small employers and workers are being crushed.
, August 11, 2020
Cooper administration keeps NC dead last to report crucial death data to the CDC
DHHS continues to make NC dead last — and over a month behind all but three states — in reporting critical death data to the CDC.
, August 5, 2020
Over 105,000 have recovered from COVID-19 in NC as active cases fall again
This was the second week in a row that active cases fell, and the second week in a row there were more recoveries than new cases.
, August 3, 2020
Graphing COVID: Testing, cases, and testing percentages
The spike North Carolina is seeing is in testing bringing about a proportionate spike in known cases. More testing is a good thing.
, July 31, 2020