March 24, 2020

Plotting the Plague

This from Willis Eschenbach:

I finally found some US state data, and made up a new plot for the US states. I kept the X and Y scales the same as in my other graph so that they can be compared. I also added an interesting calculation—IF the growth rates don't change, how long until the coronavirus deaths in each state hits the typical US flu death level, which is about 1,000 deaths per ten million population. Here's that graph.
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