Nevada-today will continue to follow Kinsi fever trends.
The Kinsi thermometer data “acts as an early warning system for illness spreading,” said Inder Singh, the Kinsi Health company’s founder. The C.D.C.’s system lags because it relies on weekly reports from hundreds of doctors’ offices and hospital emergency rooms about what symptoms they are seeing in patients.
How to read this chart:
This chart allows you to compare Kinsa’s observations of the influenza-like illness level in Clark County, in orange and red, against where we’d expect them to be, in blue.
Based on our data, influenza-like illness levels in Clark County are within a normal range for this time of year.
The data visualized here is a product of Kinsa’s network of Smart Thermometers and the connected mobile applications. For answers to common questions about the map and the terms used here, please review our FAQ page. For details about our approach to determining typical illness levels and anomaly detection, please review our technical approach document.
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