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It’s an issue every state is grappling with during this pandemic, and I’m proud to lead this effort toward a universal goal.” The other four states in the task force wanted a uniform instrument to assess the data used to guide states’ virus responses. “Florida values collaboration with other state auditors on topics of great importance, such as COVID-19 data reporting and monitoring. The audit template is an important tool that will facilitate the gathering and sharing of critical information,” said Florida Auditor General Sherrill Norman. “Americans need access to relevant, accurate data that they can trust and understand as they make decisions that impact their families. By adding consistency to the data gathering process and implementing best practices from across the nation, we can help provide clarity and confidence in the COVID-19 statistics that are being shared. Americans must be able to trust the data, so they can trust the resulting policies,” said Ohio Auditor of State Keith Faber. “Mississippi is proud to participate in knowledge sharing among auditors during this pandemic. It’s more critical than ever that we collectively share best practices,” said State Auditor Shad White. “The goal is to help states increase the accuracy of data collection and interpretation, and to apply analytical techniques to improve our understanding of the pandemic’s progression,” said Pennsylvania Auditor General Eugene DePasquale. “By adopting a standardized approach to state-level reviews, we can help ensure consistency so that public health officials have access to the most reliable information.” Ten other fiscal watchdogs in Colorado, Iowa, Louisiana, Michigan, Tennessee and three states requesting not to be named as well the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico have expressed interest in using the template to take a closer look at their state’s or territory’s data. Results will be released once completed. “Knowing the quality of the information states collect, report and monitor will go a long way in allowing policymakers and public health officials to improve their efforts to protect the public and limit virus spread,” McGuiness said. DOVER, DELAWARE – Delaware State Auditor Kathy McGuiness today announced the creation of a national COVID-19 Data Quality Audit template developed as part of a multistate effort to review state COVID-19 data reporting and monitoring. The first-of-its-kind project to create an audit framework for states to follow was conceived through collaboration with fiscal watchdogs from five states – Delaware, Florida, Mississippi, Ohio and Pennsylvania – and with assistance from the National State Auditors Association. “I saw variation in the reporting and monitoring of COVID-19 cases by states nationally and felt it was important to have a consistent tool for states to easily review and share information about how their state’s approach to data use informs COVID-19 mitigation efforts,” said Delaware State Auditor McGuiness. It’s an issue every state is grappling with during this pandemic, and I’m proud to lead this effort toward a universal goal.” The other four states in the task force wanted a uniform instrument to assess the data used to guide states’ virus responses. “Florida values collaboration with other state auditors on topics of great importance, such as COVID-19 data reporting and monitoring.

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Five outbreaks of Covid-19 in nursing homes were reported during the sixth reporting week of the year, down from 47 five weeks earlier, according to new data. File photograph: iStock This is down from 47 five weeks earlier and from 12 a week earlier. Paddy Mallon , infectious diseases consultant at St Vincent’s Hospital in Dublin and a professor of microbial diseases at University College Dublin, said that the decline in hospital outbreaks and new cases offers “compelling data” showing the potential benefit from vaccinations over the past six weeks. Hospitals were still dealing with a more transmissible variant of the virus and the only significant change in recent weeks has been the vaccination of healthcare workers, he said. “It shows just how effective the vaccines are as this is happening in the space of a few weeks of the vaccines being rolled out,” he said. Pfizer vaccine no longer needs to be stored at ultra-low temperatures – data This content has been blocked due to your cookie preferences. To view it, please change your settings and refresh the page This content has been blocked due to your cookie preferences. To view it, please change your settings and refresh the page Striking a more cautious note, however, HSE chief clinical officer Dr Colm Henry said he believed the decline in infections in healthcare workers - falling from almost 1,000 in mid-January to about 100 last week – has been very closely correlated to the decline in infections in the wider population. “It is much more likely that that fall is due to the fall in community transmission. It would be nice to say it is attributable to the vaccine because we have seen a huge uptake in frontline healthcare workers,” he said at the Thursday evening Nphet briefing. Prof Philip Nolan, chair of the Irish Epidemiological Modelling Advisory Group, said declines in infections in healthcare workers had been directly linked to the decline in the number of Covid-19 hospitalisations. “It is going to be some time yet - and only a matter of weeks - before we see any impact of vaccination on either healthcare worker or older people’s morbidity, infection and mortality,” he said. Anne O’Connor, chief operations officer at the HSE, said at its weekly briefing there were still a significant number of outbreaks across hospitals and care facilities with 19 reported in one day in the past week but overall numbers were coming down, which was “a very positive sign”. She said that the number of hospital staff testing positive for Covid-19 had fallen to just more than 170 from about 500 the week before. Ms O’Connor said that it would be interesting to see “once we hit the month after vaccinations” what effect the vaccination programme has on outbreaks. The number of deaths linked to nursing home outbreaks in the third wave of the pandemic has reached 709. The overall number of cases in third-wave nursing home outbreaks stood at 6,485. There were 179 open outbreaks in nursing homes on February 13th. There have been a total of 211 outbreaks in nursing homes during the third wave.

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