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LV-426

I thought this might be a useful resource for folks.

This seems to be the most accurate tracker of global cases, deaths and recoveries being referenced right now:

COVID-19 tracking map

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LV-426

The current statistics for 3/25/2020:

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Kenemet

That's the one I'm using to track cases in Dallas.

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Updated statistics for 3/26/2020 (+22 hours):

US now has the most confirmed cases.

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Edit: I won't post these every day, but I'll add a time reference to indicate the amount of time elapsed since the first post, in this case +22 hours.

It should give us a fairly good indication when rates are slowing down. There's a few graphs on the site, but nothing to view earlier statistics as far as I can see.

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LV-426

Updated statistics for 3/29/2020 (+3 days 3 hours):

Global deaths pass thirty thousand. Italy's deaths pass ten thousand.

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LV-426

Those numbers in the US don't look good.

Hopefully the increase is down to more tests being done, but that's nearly double the confirmed cases in the span of three days, with more than treble the death rate in New York :(

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1 hour ago, LV-426 said:

Those numbers in the US don't look good.

Hopefully the increase is down to more tests being done, but that's nearly double the confirmed cases in the span of three days, with more than treble the death rate in New York :(

Here's the current US stats. 3/29  It also lists each state.

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/

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