COVID-19 Charts & Graphs

NOTE REGARDING HOSPITALIZATIONS: While our data is showing 0 currently hospitalized, we are aware that the census at Northwest Health - Porter is currently at 7 hospitalized of 3 are in ICU. We have not yet been notified how many of those patients are Porter County residents.

Effective March 1, 2021: We will no longer be updating the Dashboard on Saturday and Sunday unless case data spikes upward. The on the Dashboard side, Monday updates will include the total of new case data for Saturday, Sunday & Monday. On the Charts & Graphs side, we will continue to show data broken down by day.

Based on input received from the public, we have organized our Charts & Graphs page by breaking down the information into four categories:

Daily Snapshot

Vaccination Rates

State Department Of Health Color Code Metrics

Unique Individuals Positivity Rates

Cases & Testing Trendlines


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DAILY SNAPSHOT

Breakdown Of Total Cases

The pie chart below breaks down the total cases reported by recoveries, deaths and active cases. Recoveries will be updated once a week.

Breakdown of Cases As Of May 13

VACCINATION RATES

Vaccination Rates: TOTAL Population

The chart below shows the ongoing progress in vaccinations administered to Porter County residents. The chart provides the number and percentage of the TOTAL population of Porter County by category. The 2019 US Census data list the TOTAL population of Porter County as 170,389.

The categories are Partially Vaccinated, Fully Vaccinated and Not Vaccinated. Partially Vaccinated includes those who have only received the first dose of a two dose vaccine. Fully Vaccinated includes those who have received both doses of a two dose vaccine or a single dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Not Vaccinated means that a person has not received any doses of any vaccines.

This chart provides reference as to the progress of achieving herd immunity in Porter County.

Vaccination Rates TOTAL Population As Of May 13

Vaccination Rates: Eligible Population

The chart below shows the ongoing progress in vaccinations administered to Porter County residents who are CURRENTLY ELIGIBLE to be vaccinated. The chart provides the number and percentage of the population in Porter County who are CURRENTLY ELIGIBLE for vaccination by category. 

Effective 5/13/21: Persons age 12 and older are now eligible. The 2019 US Census data lists the age 12 and over population of Porter County as 147,662.

The categories are Partially Vaccinated, Fully Vaccinated and Not Vaccinated. Partially Vaccinated includes those who have only received the first dose of a two dose vaccine. Fully Vaccinated includes those who have received both doses of a two dose vaccine or a single dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Not Vaccinated means that a person has not received any doses of any vaccines.

This chart provides reference as to the progress of vaccinating those who are eligible for vaccination in Porter County.

Vaccination Rates ELIGIBLE Population As Of May 13

State Department Of Health Color Code Metrics

The Indiana State Department Of Health has developed a scoring process for counties to better track COVID-19 community spread using 7 Day All Tests Positivity Rate and Weekly Cases Per 100,000 Residents. While they only provide the updated color code map on their website once a week on Wednesdays for the prior week, we have provided the following charts below to monitor the daily changes in those metrics.

ALL TESTS 7 Day Positivity Rate Rolling Average

This information is obtained from the Indiana State Department of Health Dashboard. The rate is based on ALL TESTS, not individuals tested. Because of the ISDH methods for reporting, the data in this graph will lag 7 to 8 days behind the current date. The positivity rate may change as additional test results - both positive & negative - are submitted to ISDH over time.

GO HERE to find previous data by month since we began tracking the All Tests Positivity Rate 7 Day Rolling Average on June 1, 2020


All Tests Positivity Rate 7 Day Rolling Average Thru May 5 - Last Updated May 13

Weekly Average Of New Cases Per 100,000 Porter County Residents By Day

This graph shows the weekly average of new cases per 100,000 Porter County Residents by day. The average is calculated by  identifying all new positive cases that were reported in the prior seven days. That number is then divided by Porter County's total population (170,389) and multiplied by 100,000. 

GO HERE to find previous data by month since we began tracking new cases on March 17.

Weekly Average Of New Cases Per 100000 Residents By Day As Of May 13

UNIQUE INDIVIDUAL POSITIVITY RATES

Unique Individual Daily Positivity Rate 7 Day Rolling Average

This information is obtained from the Indiana State Department of Health Dashboard. Because of the ISDH methods for reporting, the data in this graph will lag 7 to 8 days behind the current date. This rate is based on the number of INDIVIDUALS tested, not total tests. The positivity rate may change as additional test results - both positive & negative - are submitted to ISDH over time.

GO HERE to find previous data by month since we began tracking this information on June 1.

Unique Individuals Positivity Rate 7 Day Rolling Average Thru May 5 -Last Updated May 13

CASES & TESTING TRENDLINES

Breakdown Of New Cases By Month In Age 19 & Under Category

This graph provides a further breakdown of new cases by month in the Age 19 & Under Category into three subsets: Age 10 and Under, Age 11 Thru 16 and Age 17 Thru 19. For May, the totals reflect new cases through current date.

Age 19 And Under Breakdown By Month As Of May 13

New CASES By Day With Seven Day Rolling Average

This graph shows new cases by day with the red line indicating the seven day rolling average.

GO HERE to find previous data by month since we began tracking this information on March 17.

New Cases By Day With 7 Day Rolling Average As Of May 13

New Reported TESTS By Day With Seven Day Rolling Average

This graph shows new reported tests of unique individuals by day with the red line indicating the seven day rolling average. Please note that the daily number of tests in this graph are based on the date the test was reported to the Indiana State Department of Health, not the date the test was taken.

GO HERE to find previous data by month since we began tracking this information on May 1.

New Tests By Day With 7 Day Rolling Average As Of May 13

New Cases By Week

This graph shows the number of new cases by week from Sunday through Saturday. This graph will only be updated once a week on Mondays.

New Cases By Week Thru May 8 - Last Updated May 10