Montreal Covid visualizations - Part 2

The majority of Covid-19 cases in Quebec are on the island of Montreal. Using daily reports from Quebec Public Health, I have made a few graphs that explore the rate of infections for the different Montreal neighborhoods.

Data visualizations help to appreciate the time and geographic variations of Covid-19 infections.

The left panel shows the large variations in the severity in the number of cases across different regions of Montreal. The right panel shows the 5 day moving averages of new cases which are decreased in all areas & provides some support for the progressive re-opening that is happening.

Continued public health measures, testing and monitoring are obviously essential.

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James (Jay) Brophy
Professor of Medicine & Epidemiology

I am a tenured (full) professor with a joint appointment in the Departments of Medicine and Epidemiology and Biostatistics where I work as a clinical cardiologist and do research in cardiovascular epidemiology.