Teton County COVID-19 Metrics

Teton County’s Current Public Health Guidance Level 

risk gauge-pointing to moderate

Teton County is currently in Orange (Moderate Risk) 

What does Orange mean and what can you do?  

Click here to view our infographic on what you can do while we are in the Orange Moderate Risk Level. 

To read the recommendations for High-Risk Individuals and those who work with them, click here

To read the Teton County Public Health Guidance and all the appendices, please click here.

Teton County COVID-19 Metrics, last updated on 10/21/20

Several metrics are being monitored to assess the situation and the risk COVID-19 poses to Teton County. The current status of each metric is listed below.  The Teton County Health Department will be reviewing and evaluating these metrics weekly to determine if changes can be made.

Metric
ConcerningStableImproved
New Cases
X

Community SpreadX

Testing Availability
X
Percent Positive Tests

X
Hospital Admissions
X
Hospital Bed Availability

X
ICU Bed Availability

X
PPE Inventory
X
Contact Tracing CapabilityX


Metric
Definition
New CasesA  rolling seven-day average of the number of new, laboratory-confirmed positive cases per day.
Community SpreadPercentage of new cases without a known close contact to another laboratory-confirmed positive case.
Testing Availability
Current availability of testing supplies and how quickly tests are being processed at laboratories.
Percent Positive TestsPercent of recent tests that are positive.
Hospital AdmissionsNumber of patients recently hospitalized with COVID-19.
Hospital Bed AvailabilityCurrent percentage of primary care unit beds available at St. John's Health.
ICU Bed AvailabilityCurrent percentage of intensive care unit beds available at St. John's Health.
PPE InventoryTotal amount of stockpiled personal protective equipment to be able to fulfill organization's needs that have the closest proximity to the COVID-19 outbreak in Teton County. 
Contract Tracing CapabilityCurrent availability of staff and resources at the Health Department to ensure all new cases are quickly isolated and their close contacts quarantined.