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Corona Sweden & some selected countries – trends

[All data  obtained from Johns Hopkins CSSE] Data up including yesterday (GMT): Summary: It still looks like the current strategy is working, and the jump in number of deceased over the past few days lead to the limit on people … Continue reading

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Corona Sweden – day of reckoning coming up!

A couple of days ago I pointed out that thus far, Sweden was an anomaly in the Corona dataset: – despite almost no restrictions on daily life – the restaurants and shops are still open, public transportation operates as normally … Continue reading

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Corona – Sweden Anomaly or not…? It’s all about the slopes…!

[UPDATE 2020-03-25 : A couple of  interesting pieces, {article article2} about “The Swedish Way to deal with Corona”, where among others German scientists state that the swedish way is an optimal model for how to deal with Corona in order … Continue reading

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Corona – some patterns & some hope from the experiences from China

Since China now has declared that they have beaten Corona, i.e. the virus no longer grows, let’s have a look at what the rise and eventual fall of the virus in China looked like (all graphs on standardized scales): First, … Continue reading

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Corona – Sweden: at least 10.000 infected as of today, 2020-03-20

For exactly a week ago, when the Swedish number of infected was 814, I predicted (more correctly: my Bayesian Model did) that today, March 20, Sweden would have 10.000 infected. Looking at today’s official numbers, it seems that I was … Continue reading

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Corona Update 2020-03-13

Unfortunately, the good folks at JohnHopkins, from where I normally pull the Corona daily data, seem now to have some inconsistencies in their datasets; for instance, neither Italy, Spain nor Finland, according to those datasets, showed any new cases between … Continue reading

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Corona update 2020-03-12

Update with data up until yesterday: Looking carefully at the black line, representing global nr of infected, it seems to start slowly rising again, after having  previously been slowing down.  Next chart might explain why: Below chart shows the Top-10 … Continue reading

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Corona update 2020-03-11

It seems that I’m going to do daily updates on the spread of Corona virus until further notice, so I’ve changed the post title accordingly. Since I can’t bother to explain all the graphs every time, here’s a boiler plate … Continue reading

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Corona : slowing down…?

Some further analysis on Corona, with data up and including yesterday. First, let’s look at the global spread: The first of these plots has linear (lin/lin) scale, and should be familiar from any of the many sites that post data … Continue reading

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Corona outbreak – evolution

The Corona researchers at John Hopkins University have kindly provided their up-to-date,day-by-day data for public consumption.  So I took a look at the data, and hacked a bit to produce a couple of graphs on the number of infected.  (The … Continue reading

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