The latest report is at https://www.rangutan.eu/sars-cov-2-month-2020-06/ and then monthly. I am keen to see developements in Africa and South America in their winter season and what happens when the airlines and tourism starts functioning again. This covid-virus will surely reach every-one on earth eventually. I belong to four of the six risk groups and wonder when it will hit me!
I finally found a companion that also measures covid-19 severance as "deaths per thousand/million citizens", Dr. Michael Levitt also saw cumulated positive test numbers as panic maker when the best model ever was given to us by the cruiseship "Diamond Princess". See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEbcs37aaI0
In this report:
Image 24.1 Covid in World Regions 2020-06-13
Showing: active cases - new cases this week - deaths this week - total deaths per million - recovery percentage
Image 24.2a Covid Deaths per Million Citizens in G20 Nations 2020-06-13 Why I use straight line graphs not fancy curvy graphs? The change in slope is easier to see!
Image 24.2b Good News Graphs of Recovery Percentages of G20 Nations
South Korea? Saudi Arabia? UK? (UK does not report recoveries, I guessed 66% of cases
USA lagging horribly, perhaps doctors want to squeeze more money out of patients?
Korea corrected on 2020-06-29
Image 24.3 Covid by Average Age of a Nation (Column "Ma")
Here the first column shows the average age of each nation.
Boomer dominant nations 55-40: Average deaths per million = 150 Average recovery rate = 81
Millenial dominant nations 39-21: Average deaths per million = 29 Average recovery rate = 69
Generation-Z domination 20-15: Average deaths per million = 4 Average recovery rate = 43
Without detailed medical stats, here by demographic data, covid is obviously killing the older generation!
Why is it there an opposite effect with recovery rates?
Image 24.8 Screenshots from Scepticat
24.9a Strongest Social Distancing is in USA
24.9b Countries with least Social Distancing
Image 24.10 How long the virus stays active on material
Image 24.12 How to Boost your Immune System (from Veronica Esslerova)
Interesting videos this week:
What happened to the elderly https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QGxg2qXVL00 by Scepitikat
Lockdowns after peaks https://youtu.be/fW_0rxXnHZ0?t=57 by Sky NewsAustralia
My observed facts, observations, conclusions and suspitions:
Not all nice but obvious! 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 23 Covid vs Happiness Index & Airtraffic
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: Nearing Doomsday! 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
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