3 Guiding Reports with 5 NEW* Easy Gauges that Quickly Compare any Town’s COVID-19 Metrics in a Community Assessment Guide that Includes Concrete Action Steps and Show how to Use Local Virus Analytics by Town to Pre-Empt Spread. And shows Older Population & Ambulance Counts, Those Without Cell, Computer or Internet and much more for any MA Town, City and County. PLUS 3 OTHER GUIDES for any place in USA. Its One-of-a-Kind to Push Back on Local COVID-19.
EASY to understand summary of local findings and analytics for action
Fact-based tools for anyone, anywhere to fight local COVID-19 :
Local Community Needs Assessment Guide, (w/local COVID-19 numbers) combined with:
Population and Ambulance Counts (w/local Rural & EMS Region Designation)
People Not Connected: NO Cell, NO Computer or Internet, including older (companion report)
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Today: Just in time for Independence Day!! SEE: Five NEW** gauges: easy how-to’s to compare your town’s COVID-19 counts with neighbors in next county or state-wide. Try them yourself by following Essex, Norfolk, Bristol, Worcester or Barnstable’s latest findings in ACTION STEP #7, NOTICE: Baseline Metrics Show: North-south track through Middlesex; Four bands of low positivity in Barnstable; Lowest virus counts hopscotch Plymouth (6/17); Franklin and Berkshires still have towns with no virus . (6/17) Your Help is needed – PASS ON: Worcester’s in-depth case study reveals 4 clusters to nail down and one south border town with disproportionate new cases. (6/28) Some of Barnstable towns’ have virus shares creeping up. (6/28) Gauges show six Bristol towns with some of the highest virus rates in MA. (7/02) Essex County’s neighbors, Newburyport, Newbury and West Newbury, have real low positivity . Three Norfolk towns are below WHO’s recommended 5% positivity and others much higher than the state’s average. See what towns are growing the cases in Middlesex, plus, the Newton neighbors’ cluster. (7/06) Western MA COVID-19 data story updates are coming soon!!!
- Barnstable: Assess Local Needs; POPULATION: & Ambulances & NO Cell or Internet (6/28)
- Berkshire: Assess Local Needs, POPULATION: & Ambulances & NO Cell or Internet (6/7)
- Bristol: Assess Local Needs, POPULATION: & Ambulances& NO Cell or Internet (7/02)
- Essex: Assess Local Needs; POPULATION: & Ambulances & NO Cell or Internet (7/02)
- Franklin: Assess Local Needs, POPULATION: & Ambulances &; NO Cell or Internet (6/7/)
- Hampden: Assess Local Needs, POPULATION: & Ambulances & NO Cell or Internet
- Hampshire: Assess Local Needs, POPULATION: & Ambulance & NO Cell or Internet
- Middlesex: Assess Local Needs; POPULATION: & Ambulances; & NO Cell or Internet (7/06)
- Norfolk: Assess Local Needs; POPULATION: & Ambulances; & NO Cell or Internet (07/02)
- Plymouth: Assess Local Needs; POPULATION: & Ambulance; & NO Cell or Internet (6/17/20)
- Worcester: Assess Local Needs; POPULATION: & Ambulances; & NO Cell or Internet (6/28/20)
Theresa Clary is a data scientist, researcher and geographer. She is Founder of World Force Strategies. Her work is about places and people with targeted knowledge-based actions.
Her experience includes R&D a first-of-a kind national demographics which were delivered by the world’s largest mapping company in easy to read town, city and county reports. At county and regional levels, she assesses community needs. Working with management, unions, government agencies, educational institutions and non-profits, she built large training and employment programs that served thousands of people across counties and regions.
She jump-started endeavors in USA by introducing and training others to create maps used by the International Red Cross during the Ebola crises. Beginning on March 4, 2020 Theresa’s county-wide e-mailings to Berkshire County MA initiated her efforts to contain and slow COVID-19’s local transmission. Now, each month, hundreds of site visitors download her COVID-19 action guide with geographic analyses by-town to beat its transmission.
Theresa has an M.S. in Geography. Born with a broad world view, she is committed to pitching in.
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