I do not know the robustness of the data collected, as it differs greatly in different places.
But with just a quick comparison:

Singapore relaxed mask measures on 29 August, and from early September, there was already an uptick and the MACD histograms pointed out to late September crossover. Indeed, on 30 September, CNA reported a 40% week on week increase in COVID-19 cases. This wave/spike appears to be much less steep than the previous in June 2022. Nonetheless, with the F1 weekend happening, we might get a continuation of the spike for the month of October into November... a smaller but longer wave.

Demonstrates yet again that the MACD histograms have an edge in projecting the time line to a spike in cases. IF only the people know about such a simple and yet effective tool.

In the same comparison, the UK appears to have tapered down after a recent spike. However, noted that the daily numbers are actually weekly numbers. Demonstrates the robustness of data for reliability.

Indonesia looks to be tapering off too, but Malaysia appears to be looking at a crossover by mid-October for a wave, albeit a smaller wave.

Really, IF anyone still cares enough...


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