The dataset provides information about presence of comorbidities among people who died with COVID-19 among Santa Clara County residents. Comorbidities are other health conditions that increases the risk of complications among COVID-19 cases. Source: California Reportable Disease Information Exchange
State Board of Equalization (BOE) maintains the Tax-Rate Mapping Program. A tax-rate area number is assigned to each geographical area in California with a different distribution of revenues among taxing jurisdictions. The tax-rate areas are used to allocate property tax revenues to the appropriate taxing entities. The updated TRA boundary file is downloadable from BOE site. County of Santa Clara Tax Rate and Information is available from Controller-Treasure Department site.
The dataset provides number of new and cumulative cases deaths with COVID-19 over time among Santa Clara County residents. Deaths are listed separately for patients at Long Term Care Facilities because patients in these facilities are more isolated than the general public and represent a particularly vulnerable population. Source: California Reportable Disease Information Exchange. Data Notes: Deaths are reported by the date of death. Death accounted for in the dataset do not necessarily mean that the individuals died from COVID-19.
The dataset provides the total daily number of test for COVID-19 among Santa Clara County residents. Source: California Reportable Disease Information Exchange. Data Notes: A test represents at least one specimen tested per person per day. Some people will have multiple specimens collected and tested during the same visit but are only counted once per day. If a person is tested multiple times on different days then he or she will be counted for each day he or she was tested. The positivity rate is the percent of positive tests out of total tests performed.
The dataset summarizes the number of COVID-19 tests completed by pop-up testing sites in the county. Each ‘test’ or ‘testing incident’ represents at least one specimen tested per person, per day. This does not represent the number of individuals tested, as some people are tested multiple times over time because of the risk of frequent exposure. Source: California Reportable Disease Information Exchange