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1/7/20: COVID19 Update: Three Charts on COVID19 Developments in Major Emerging Markets

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Via Danske Bank Research, three really neat sets of visualizations for abating COVID19 crisis dynamics in major emerging markets: Note: the number of tests per capita in Russia is in part explaining the lower death rates from COVID19 there. Russia runs earlier testing and interventions, leading to longer stays in hospitals, higher hospitalization rates with lower ICU use rates, allowing for earlier interventions. However, Russia also produces death statistics for COVID19 that are different in methodology to the EU27 standards. Specifically, Russia claims to carry out more autopsies in cases of all deaths, allowing it to attribute deaths to primary causes, e.g. cardiac failures, that may have COVID19 as underlying trigger.

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Via Danske Bank Research, three really neat sets of visualizations for abating COVID19 crisis dynamics in major emerging markets:

1/7/20: COVID19 Update: Three Charts on COVID19 Developments in Major Emerging Markets

1/7/20: COVID19 Update: Three Charts on COVID19 Developments in Major Emerging Markets

1/7/20: COVID19 Update: Three Charts on COVID19 Developments in Major Emerging Markets

Note: the number of tests per capita in Russia is in part explaining the lower death rates from COVID19 there. Russia runs earlier testing and interventions, leading to longer stays in hospitals, higher hospitalization rates with lower ICU use rates, allowing for earlier interventions. However, Russia also produces death statistics for COVID19 that are different in methodology to the EU27 standards. Specifically, Russia claims to carry out more autopsies in cases of all deaths, allowing it to attribute deaths to primary causes, e.g. cardiac failures, that may have COVID19 as underlying trigger.

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