No, they aren’t, and that has been the case from the beginning because there aren’t data standards. The way states report data, they are reporting apples and oranges. ... States have made more data available. However, they have done so in the absence of any kind of standards that ensure that they are all calling what basically is the same word the same thing. When some states report number of people tested, places like Maryland deduplicate at the person level. If you’ve ever been tested before, you don’t show up in that number. Other states deduplicate on the week, so as long as you were not retested this week, you will show up again the next time you’re tested. They sound exactly like the same category, but what states choose to put into that category differs because there are no federal data standards.