County Community Data Dashboard Transitioning

Source: Santa Barbara County Public Health Department

The Santa Barbara County Community Data Dashboard will be transitioning to a new format utilizing data from the California Department of Public Health’s (CDPH) COVID-19 Dashboards beginning Friday, July 1, 2022.

This change marks an important step in the COVID-19 response as County Public Health routinizes the reporting of COVID-19 data for long-term monitoring of the virus in Santa Barbara County. Leaning on data from CDPH is a practice various Counties have adopted as part of their ongoing strategy. Local data will continue to be monitored and reviewed by local epidemiologists on a routine basis.

“Through the course of the pandemic our epidemiology team has worked diligently to ensure high quality data is available for our policy leaders, healthcare partners, and our community at-large,” shared County Public Health Director, Van Do-Reynoso. “This shift to the use of CDPH data will allow our County Public Health team to continue monitoring  COVID-19 data while refocusing on other critical health data, including chronic diseases and social determinants of health.”

The new dashboard will continue to be updated on Tuesday and Friday and will focus in on key metrics such as case count, hospitalizations, vaccination, and testing. It will be located in the same site on the COVID-19 Information Portal as the current dashboard for continued ease of access. The current Community Data Dashboard will be archived on July 1. For more information, please visit the Dashboard Transition FAQ’s webpage.


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  1. Really? Because this webpage disagrees: “Fentanyl poses a significant threat to law enforcement personnel and other first responders who may come in contact through routine law enforcement, emergency or life-saving activities. Fentanyl may be ingested orally, inhaled through the nose or mouth, or absorbed through the skin or eyes. Exposure to a very small amount may lead to significant health-related complications, respiratory depression, or death.”

  2. Because it’s directly from the State of California, we KNOW there is zero-chance it would be misinformation – CA would never put out misleading information in order coerce a specific action from it’s citizens. That’s only a right-wing extremists tactic…

  3. Fentanyl’s contagious? What about heart disease and cancer? Just what is the connection of any of those with a deadly pandemic, anyway?
    From some of the examples presented here by the freedumb crowd, maybe the world should pivot to a stupidity dashboard.

  4. Yes! fentanyl is very similar to being contagious. It is so incredibly powerful just touching it can lead to an opioid OD and has impacted many people who weren’t intending to take the drug to get high including police officers, social workers, customs agents, children and other family members. Then there’s people who think their taking some other “safe” drug and not even know there’s fentanyl in it. Not to mention the impact and significant negative consequences a fentanyl death has on the persons loves ones and children.

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