Teton County Emergency Management COVID-19 online dashboard

New online dashboard tracks COVID-19 data from the hyper local to global. The website will continually update how many cases are in Jackson, how many people are hospitalized, how many patients are on ventilators at St. John’s Health and how many patients are recovered.

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Teton County Emergency Management has unveiled a new website designed to give Jackson Hole residents a clearer picture of the pandemic.

The site presents hyper local details like COVID-19 cases broken down by gender and age in Jackson. Tabs on the site also allow visitors to zoom out and look at what's happening at the state, national and global level.

The site will continually update how many cases are in Jackson, how many people are hospitalized and how many patients require ventilators at St. John’s Health. The site also reports how many patients have recovered and how many individuals have tested negative for the virus.

The website also shares community impacts such as meals served to Jackson Hole students and actual flights versus scheduled flights arriving at Jackson Hole Airport.

The website is live and linked through JHCOVID.Com.

(1) comment

Susan Crosser

But the website has neglected to report the patients on ventilators sent to ID and UT. It now has a square for this information, but it says the number is -0- when the hospital has already acknowledged having sent 5 patients out of state for care. Unfortunately, the site also shows that Teton County has done a really poor job of "flattening the curve". If you are asymptomatic it doesn't mean you aren't contagious. Emerg-a-care is providing private lab tests for the virus at a very reasonable cost. The more ACCURATE data we can obtain, the better able we will be to deal with the virus. Please cover your nose and month REGARADLESS of whether you think you have the virus. For many, the symptoms are virtually non-existent. You have to assume that YOU and everyone around you has the virus. That's how you flatten the curve.

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