This chart shows the number of confirmed cases of Covid-19 across various countries on the right axis.

On the left axis is the total number of Covid-19 cases expressed as a percentage growth.


Great information. I think comparing C19 cases by country is not accurate because of the different population sizes. The more meaningful metric is C19 per 1MM. This way we can compare apples with apples on different size countries. The other metric everyone wants to know is the flattening of the curve and when the peak will occur. The consensus seems to be that the US will peak in ~3 weeks, but this is just a guesstimate. Is there a metric that could graph and project this? Maybe rate of growth based on population density.
ThaDocta TKnight
@TKnight, How do you figure the growth rate will slow? So far we are pushing anywhere from 20-27% daily increases, but when will we see that rate slow down and is there a way to estimate how quickly it will start falling. EX: 4 more days of 20-27% then 4 days of 15-20% etc.
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