Next report on 2020-06-15 at https://www.rangutan.eu/sars-cov-2-week-24/
Image 23.1 Countries with most active cases and some with less than 100 active cases
Most active cases: 95 to 2 active cases:
Note small countries Qatar (3 million), Oman (5 million) Note large countries like Vietnam (97 million) Thailand
and Kuwait (4 million citizens) China is not on this list! (70 million) and Myanmar (54 million citizens)
Image 23.2 Covid Active cases by World Regions
UK, Netherlands and Sweden do not report recovered case numbers. I have assumed these to be 66% as the world median indicates! Far East population totals 3 billion but deaths are less than 10 per million across the board!
Image 23.3 Covid cases in the G20 Countries
Yes, in Australia someone rose from the dead?
Image 23.4 Graph of G20 Covid deaths per Million Citizens
Image 23.5 Most Covid deaths reported this week (column "delta-d")
Image 23.6 Countries reporting 3, 2 , 1 or no deaths this week (column "delta-d")
Image 23.7 Covid vs Happiness-Index (h) Why is it that the happier folk have more deaths but quicker recovery rates?
Images 23.8a & 23.8b Comparison of daytime Air traffic in USA & EU (from RadarBox 2020-06-09) USA still trying to do social distancing
.... meanwhile in Europe: (same population size)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YgP_Au5RZVw Unmasking Co-Vid Science by Tony Robbins (13 minutes)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WLVi95mu1ZI Meanwhile in Britain by BBC (43 minutes)
https://youtu.be/q41F11PzB-A Use of hydroxychloroquine being suspressed by Del Bigtree (14 minutes)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N88SnUDz2Ys Mathematical Covid Model Analysis by Andrew Mather (12min.)
Anomalies in official data
My intermediate conclusions:
Ideas and notes collectd the last few weeks.
Not all nice but true! Please let me know, with proof, where I can be wrong
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/1clCjQQ11QlOpiDQ6VUVxof1SwDNFJkcNdggKJ1Ba1mA/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 22 Why I do these reports
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
Amid the covid crisis I write "elderly should should take vitamin suppliments and take fresh air and sunshine at home ALONE" ....that lead to this funny artwork: