To my point yesterday about how testing in school-aged children, and the resulting number of “cases”, affects supposed hospitalization rates for children. You can see the summer drop in testing and the revival as schools opened, and extracurricular activities, in later August. And you can see how cases rise along with the testing rise. Hospitalization numbers haven’t changed much, but the case rate will swing up and down with the pointless testing. Thanks to Dave Dixon for the work on this.