Interesting aggregate analysis.
To verify you might form a table where rows are confirmed cases, with a column for commute distance by train.
Then you could determine whether mass transit was a risk factor (as is epidemiologically plausible) and drill into specific lines. https://t.co/x4dyXY2BMq
Interesting to see how zip codes around the land fill are reporting higher confirmed cases. Not that there’s any connection, but it could be some indication of the relative health and immune systems of the residents in those areas.
I have to say, I think this is flawed due not only to the fact that it is likely showing the zip codes who are getting tested more, but it should indicate cases standardized by sq mile or some other metric since there is a huge disparity in the size of some of these zip codes.