Washington COVID-19 dashboard rolls back data due to errors

” We prepare for going back to routine reporting of all data on Wednesday 9/23/2020,” the note states. However, the website was not upgraded since 8:30 am CST on Sept. 23.

” After posting data for 9/21, DOH found several mistakes. We are working to recognize the cause and fix these errors as rapidly as possible,” states the note for Sept. 21. On Sept. 22, the site stated that the dashboard updated details on confirmed COVID-19 cases, however negative lab test outcomes were not available and the states total test results have not been upgraded considering that Sept. 18.

The Washington health department launched new COVID-19 information on Sept. 21, however then rolled back the information due to errors discovered after the initial posting, according to notes on the departments dashboard.

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The Washington health department worked with Microsofts AI for Health team to establish the interactive dashboard.

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” After posting data for 9/21, DOH discovered numerous errors. We are working to recognize the cause and fix these errors as rapidly as possible,” specifies the note for Sept. 21. On Sept. 22, the website mentioned that the dashboard upgraded information on validated COVID-19 cases, but unfavorable lab test outcomes were not offered and the states overall test results have not been upgraded because Sept. 18.

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