Disclaimer: The following report here is my own personal work, results and comments are my own experience and research. I am not associated with any political party or sect. Please let me know if there are any errors in my content. Covid-19 is a serious infectious disease from which we should be protected, specially the older generation. Please obey all the current rules set out by your government and local community.
The latest report of 2020-06-15 is at https://www.rangutan.eu/sars-cov-2-week-24/
Why do I do my own Covid-19 data? The media repeatidly reports huge accumulated numbers that do not mean very much and spread fear. Geographic and demographic relations to the data make it more meaningful and interesting. The virus does not choose which humans to infect or kill. Obviously peope in some regions have stronger immune systems, likely due to climate, culture, nourishment and natural remedies. The elderly should keep fit, spend more time in fresh air and sunshine (at home alone) and take vitamin and mineral suppliments.
Content in this report:
Image 22.1 Overview of Top 45 Infected Countries "Active" cases are total positively tested cases minus resolved cases (deaths and recoveries).
Red/green filling indicates above/below world median. Recovery for UK & Netherlands guessed at 50%. Why do they not report recoveries? Column "FU", change in "active cases" this week, countries in green are showing less new cases than resolved cases! In the tables, red/green filling is above/below world median.
Image 22.2 Covid by World Regions
Image 22.a Graph of covid deaths per million citizens in American Countries Americans should flatten out under 400 deaths per million? Ecuador might accelerate again. This week they reclassified 2,000 deaths as non-covid related.
22.3b Graph of Covid Deaths per million citizens in Sub-Sahara African Countries Meanwhile in Africa, still less than 20 deaths per million. Will South Africa level out soon? Low death rates like Asia.
Image 22.3c Covid-19 deaths per million citizens in the European Union Up to 800 deaths per million! Is covid a white old-man's disease? All flattening out now except Sweden were the elderly are not protected?
Image 22.3d Graph of CoVid-19 deaths per million in Asia Only up to only 10 deaths per million citizens! This week: Indonesia passes South Koea and India passes China
Image 22.4 102 Countries and Dependencies reporting ZERO covid deaths in Week 22 (Column "FZ") China reached ideal "herd immunity"?
Image 22.5 Graph of Covid cases North and South of the 27°N Parallel I chose thislatitude because it divides the world population equally in half, north and south. The purple line is used in the data calculation as not to split countries.
Image 22.6 Covid according to Climate Zones
Interesting links this week:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=suHHLLqBg2U Treat elders with more respect"The Five" (6min.)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CzBSWHD4YTM Flu-Shot more deadly than CoVid-19 by dell bigtree (6 min.)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6h8TIxeg1g Very technical covid autopsy report by Dr. Mike Hanson (14 min.)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sPrbGU0Wyh4 Facts the tech-giants do not like are being deleted by Fox-News
https://youtu.be/8alro6mjcsU?t=693 About "vaccinate" Bill G@tes by Corbett Report (2hrs)
The full updated and complete downloadable interactive (sortable-by-column) spreadsheet of my data, for all 239 countries and dependancies containing 20,000+ values. Open-source, please use, download, share ... https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1VfPUANZgXFF8SuRqcnGlRcu40vKC8CkC7fzsU3oJT_8/edit?usp=sharing
Worldometers: > https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/
BNO statistics: > https://bnonews.com/index.php/2020/02/the-latest-coronavirus-cases/
See also map showing infected towns and cities https://ncov2019.live/map by Avi Schiffman
Summary of previous reports showing highlights:
Week 21 Covid again by world regions, special graphs for the Americas and Africa
Week 20 Covid vs Chilli, obesity, rural vs urban
Week 19 Population Density, IT-reach, I.Q., 5G
Week 18 Recovery percentages
Week 17 Graphs per 1000 citizens
Week 16 Cases and deaths now per thousand, yearly flu visits.
Week 15 5G question
Week 14 Case update by IT-reach, average I.Q., pollution-indicies and by median age of a country.
Week 13 First recovery data, cases by world regions.
Week 12 Cases by north-south of latitude 27°N, questioning case and death numbers.
Week 11 Cases by IT-reach, average I.Q., pollution-indicies and by median age of a country.
Week 10 China 80% of cases, Cases worldwide by tourist-volume
Footnote: "If I get this virus I have only a 20% chance of survival? I belong to FIVE of six risk groups and live in the middle of a previous hotspot!" Perhaps I had "it" in January when I was horribly down with flu for three weeks or in March when I had a high temperature for 24 hours!" RRG
Matthew 18:20 "For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them."
Thank you to all my readers. Special thanks to: Worldometers, Dr.B (both of them), The-Highwire, Statistika, Wikipedia, Internetworldstats, Numbeo, Foxnews, CIA-Factbook, ...
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