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BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The “Kinsa Healthweather Map” now shows Palm Beach County to be in critical condition, with “ucontrolled spread” of COVID-19 and “severe risk.”
Kinsa is responsible for the Kinsa Connected Thermometer which accurately predicted COVID spread in the early days of the pandemic. It has continued to serve as a crystal ball for what is coming next. The thermometer sends anonymized data to the company which then extrapolates what’s normal, what isn’t, and what it all means.
If there is any good news at all, it’s the Kinsa says the risk of flu in the area is “very” low and remaining stable.
But there is no reduction in site for COVID spread which continues to wreak havoc on the region. Palm Beach County hospitals, as we previously reported, continued to see an uptick in COVID patient counts. 426 people are hospitalized in Palm Beach County with a “primary diagnosis of COVID-19” as of 11:30 a.m. Saturday, according to the Florida Agency of Health Care Administration.
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