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Coronavirus Covid-19 stats from worldometer

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by slick, Mar 24, 2020 at 02:17.

  1. slick

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  2. slick

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    I think it's becoming quite obvious the UK are not giving out Serious/Critical stats.
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    Friday the 13th was a bad day for the UK, the day after we hit the top 10.
    Up until then we were 14th on the list.

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    On March 12th a bloody ship had more cases than the UK.
  5. slick

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    That will do for tonight, plenty to discuss there and I'll do February tomorrow, may as well get the lot in.
    What a difference 24 days make.
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    I agree the S/C stats are dodgy. when this is all over there is going to be a fascinating documentary about how much of what the government told u.s. was true and how much was suppressed “for our own good” just like they had to to get through WW2, the financial crash in 2008 and the cold war
  7. rcgills

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    What's going in Switzerland - that figure for number of cases per 1m population is huge? Figure for deaths not as bad though, are they just testing more people and so finding more cases?
  8. slick

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    Suppose it depends on the size of their population, what is it?
  9. slick

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    Just googled it 8.57 million
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    It does look wrong because it's only around 1000 / 8.7m pop
  11. slick

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    I think it should read 141.1
  12. rcgills

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    That wouldn't make sense either though. With a population of 8.57 million, and if they've had 9877 cases as per the figures above, that makes around 867 cases per million :thinking
  13. slick

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    1,000,000 / 9877 x 8.570 = 867.67237
    You're right.

    I was reading up from the past figures charts posted above and surmised it was that figure 141.1 because it was around that figure in the two previous charts.
  14. rcgills

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    That figure (141) was the number of critical cases. In the latest table you seem to have copied in an extra column
  15. slick

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    You're right again lol.
    They've added an extra column which I hadn't noticed because I was cutting the full charts last night and not leaving any columns out, I presumed it was the same while scanning through them.
  16. slick

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    You could take the calculated result a bit higher if you took the deaths off the population figure lol but it still wouldn't come anywhere near their figure.
  17. slick

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    Strange how from the early stats the Asian countries slide down the list as US and European countries start to move up it.
    I can only put it down to two things:
    1. there's a lot more people visiting the US and Europe from all over the world.
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    2. Most people in Asian countries don't feel they look a cnut wearing a face mask.

    Or maybe just a combination of both, if so I'm sure it would have been a lot cheaper closing down all borders from sky and land and insisting everybody wears a mask for a few weeks, rather than where we are now which will probably take months if not longer.

    I don't mean implementing it now although that wouldn't be a bad idea but when the powers that be first started looking at the stats from January/February onwards if not before.
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  18. slick

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    Thinking about it I'm in no doubt they did but for economic reasons decided to see what would happen elsewhere before taking such drastic measures, that pause has and will cost us dearly imo.
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    US death figures over the last 24hrs now 222 on the worldometer chart, they must be releasing figures state by state rather than all at once , a bit like the UK do as we usually get the Welsh and Scottish figures first.

    Trump will do well to get it sorted out by Easter if he's not done for Genocide first.
  20. slick

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    Still waiting for the England figures, I'll post the current chart up as it's full and update it when we get the England figures.
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