Covid19 Cases By Zip Code- Lakewood is in second highest group

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Re: Covid19 Cases By Zip Code- Lakewood is in second highest group

Postby Stan Austin » Fri Mar 27, 2020 12:27 pm

This map is so intriguing. Usually, data on health shows that inner city areas are affected more than the suburbs. This shows the opposite.


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Re: Covid19 Cases By Zip Code- Lakewood is in second highest group

Postby Jim O'Bryan » Fri Mar 27, 2020 12:35 pm

Stan Austin wrote:This map is so intriguing. Usually, data on health shows that inner city areas are affected more than the suburbs. This shows the opposite.


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One of the hot spots was where that woman lived from Roundstone Insurance.

Could account for a bunch of this.

At the same time, it could get crazy here.

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Re: Covid19 Cases By Zip Code- Lakewood is in second highest group

Postby Betsy Voinovich » Fri Mar 27, 2020 12:39 pm

I was thinking there might be more cases from the suburbs right now because more people from the suburbs have gotten tested.

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Re: Covid19 Cases By Zip Code- Lakewood is in second highest group

Postby Matthew Lee » Fri Mar 27, 2020 1:30 pm

It would be interesting and useful to not just see where the cases are but also where the people worked. For example, North Royalton seems extremely high but maybe there are a lot that work at the airport? And also, there is probably a correlation between ability to travel nationally/internationally and cases. The more wealthy, the better you might have been travelling and then brought it home from somewhere.

Just hypothesizing but appreciate the information.


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Re: Covid19 Cases By Zip Code- Lakewood is in second highest group

Postby Jim O'Bryan » Fri Mar 27, 2020 2:12 pm

Matthew Lee wrote:It would be interesting and useful to not just see where the cases are but also where the people worked. For example, North Royalton seems extremely high but maybe there are a lot that work at the airport? And also, there is probably a correlation between ability to travel nationally/internationally and cases. The more wealthy, the better you might have been travelling and then brought it home from somewhere.

Just hypothesizing but appreciate the information.



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While I agree with your hypothesis, it breaks down once they get home and talk to service workers, that party all night after work, and spread and take it home...

Or standing in line...

BUt I have always thought one of Lakewood's charms in the old days, the only people here lived here, and 80% didn't do a lot of traveling. Now with an entertainment city, we are at the mercy of who comes through, with no connection or attachment to anything by a new craft beer.

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Re: Covid19 Cases By Zip Code- Lakewood is in second highest group

Postby Kate McCarthy » Fri Mar 27, 2020 2:35 pm

Heard that the higher numbers in the eastern suburbs and North Royalton are possibly related to students who attended the AIPAC conference in DC earlier this month.



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