When charting Covid19 US Deaths over Confirmed cases, the Pandemic is beginning to show weakness. After weeks period of increasing infections, those who had become infected have either died or recovered. That ratio, if near, is a "Lower High" than the one set in Early March. If we begin to see a trend of "Lower highs, Lower Lows", the pandemic is being contained....
I need someone to tell me what I'm missing here because as it is I'm confused. The end of day increase for the USA was 25,000 yet the end of day increase for the world was 18,000, what am I missing? Is it because of different time zones?
Biggest one day increase since pandemic broke out in the United States.
+51890 new cases reported on May 11 2020
Is this due to increased testing, or the "reopening" of the U.S. Economy?
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If we keep spreading Covid-19 at the rate it is currently at. By May 11th we should have almost a half a million confirmed cases and over 4000 deaths.
12:33 AM CT March 27th, 2020 - 104,256 confirmed case in the US.
1142416 Confirmed - Recovered (12%)
66189 Deaths = 5% (Current-result death rate)
17% Known result
83% Unkown result
Forcing statistics result on the number of unkown result simply may serve to find the real result of the illness, though result vary depending on multiple factors among where the death rate is allocated upon such as immunity, not to say age...
A sine wave is used to approximate an anticipated normal distribution of the total confirmed US cases. According to this forecast, the cases will peak around May 5th and the virus will be contained around June 24th. ATR 1 is used as a derivative of total cases and shows that growth has peaked and is now decreasing. Growth was also forecasted using a sine wave...