State of Affairs: Can we trust case numbers?

Is the U.S. in the middle of a surge? If so, how big is that surge, and what should people do? Two relatively simple questions with quite complex answers. This is mainly because we just don’t know how many “true” cases are in the community. We are flying blind due to suboptimal surveillance not adapting to our changing landscape. In all, this makes it impossible for people to make data-driven decisions.

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