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Corona New York – it’s *really* extreme..!

New York is hit very hard by Corona, we know that. But exactly how hard…? Turns out it’s extremely hard: the number of confirmed corona cases per million habitants in New York is 6 (!) standard deviations over US mean…! … Continue reading

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Corona – New York compared to 10 Countries

New York has been hit hard by Corona. However, it seems that the growth rate  as well as the death rate are now quickly slowing down.

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Corona – Sweden and Netherlands – the Anomalies

[UPDATE: Added Germany + Canada] [All data from Johns Hopkins CSSE] Noticed a couple of interesting patterns when I put the growth rates for Confirmed and Deceased on the same chart, for a set of countries: Let’s start by looking … 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 – Sweden, The Anomaly: pure luck or are we doing something right…?

[UPDATE 2020-03-25: for numbers relative to population sizes, see here. And here is a great illustration of what I believe is the Swedish strategy for dealing with Corona] Sweden is, at least for time being, an anomaly in the Corona … Continue reading

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Corona – ratio of daily deaths caused by Corona, by country

Noticed something interesting (and possibly frightening) when I browsed the COVID1-19 death statistics, published by Johns Hopkins University: What I looked at this time (as illustrated in the graph below) is the ratio of deaths per day, presumably caused by … 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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Fear of dying ? Corona in context – some perspective

There’s a lot of fear, and also IMO fear mongering about Corona. So let’s put what we for the moment know about the virus and its casualty rate into context: This web-site presents statistics on the number of deaths, and … Continue reading

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Corona Update 2020-03-15

Data up until yesterday: Sweden still on track to 10000 infected by 20th March, and 100.000 a week after that. At global level, the virus is now growing fast again, after having slowed down considerably in mid-feb. Mean growth factor … Continue reading

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