COVID-19 Graphs 11APR2020

WHO Source:

Current Numbers:

COVID-19 Cases

  • World – cases keep increasing, at current trend the world could almost reach 4,500,000 cases by 30th Apr

  • Australia – curve keeps flattening, now could reach 6,500 cases by day “35”(14th Apr) – 2 weeks ago, the trend was to reach 10,000 by day “35”, clearly we’ve flatten the curve !! Well done OZ !!
  • Argentina – signs of the curve flattening a bit, at current trend now could reach 3,500 cases by day “35” (24th Apr)

There is clearly a curve flattening effect happening in Australia:

Argentina is moving in an almost arythmetic progression (identical daily increases of number of new cases), but the projection of number of cases based on the current trend seems to start to show a slight flattening of the curve:

  • UK – at current trent, still in a trend that could reach 100,000 infected by day “40” (14th Apr)

Latest numbers negated that UK might be “flattening” the curve:

  • USA – at current trend, still could reach 1,000,000 cases by day “50” (21st Apr)

No signs yet of the curve flattening for the USA:

COVID-19 Deaths

  • World – at present trend, total number of deaths related to COVID-19 still could reach 350,000 by 30th Apr

The World Health Organisation (WHO) believes the month of May will continue to be challenging around the world.

  • Australia – at current trend, could just pass 60 by day “35” (14th Apr)
  • Argentina – death rate increased, at current trend could just pass 220 by day “35” (24th Apr)

  • UK – at current trend, could pass 20,000 by day “45” (19th Apr)

  • USA – at the current trent, the USA could pass the 50,000 mark by day “50” (21st Apr) – It is probable that from tomorrow day “41” (12th Apr), the USA could have the highest number of COVID-19 deaths in the world (passing Italy’s total number of deaths)

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