Wednesday , September 23 2020
Home / Constantin Gurdgiev: True Economics / 4/8/20: COVID19 Update: Worldwide Cases and Deaths

4/8/20: COVID19 Update: Worldwide Cases and Deaths

Summary:
Global deaths and case counts charts through ECDC data as of 4/07/2020:Summary of the above:Some improved dynamics in death counts since July 31, 2020 indicate potential moderation in COVID19 deaths going forward.Notably, we are still in the first wave of COVID19 deaths, which suggests that any moderation in daily deaths counts in August-September is subject to risk of re-acceleration later on in the Fall.No significant signs of improvements in daily new cases counts, supporting cautionary interpretation of the current death counts moderation,The world is clearly not out of the woods yet on the first wave of the pandemic.Summary tables for countries with > 25,000 cases:Note: countries with more than 500,000 cases are highlighted in red.

Topics:
[email protected] (TrueEconomics) considers the following as important: , , , , , , , ,

This could be interesting, too:

[email protected] (TrueEconomics) writes 22/9/20: COVID19 Update: German Economic Growth Forecasts 2020-2022

Wendy Schallom and Matthew Boyle writes US gas-to-coal switching to boost coal consumption, help trim stocks

[email protected] (TrueEconomics) writes 18/9/20: COVID19 Update: Countries with more than 100,000 cases

[email protected] (TrueEconomics) writes 18/9/20: COVID19 Update: U.S. vs EU27


Global deaths and case counts charts through ECDC data as of 4/07/2020:

4/8/20: COVID19 Update: Worldwide Cases and Deaths


4/8/20: COVID19 Update: Worldwide Cases and Deaths

4/8/20: COVID19 Update: Worldwide Cases and Deaths

Summary of the above:
  • Some improved dynamics in death counts since July 31, 2020 indicate potential moderation in COVID19 deaths going forward.
  • Notably, we are still in the first wave of COVID19 deaths, which suggests that any moderation in daily deaths counts in August-September is subject to risk of re-acceleration later on in the Fall.
  • No significant signs of improvements in daily new cases counts, supporting cautionary interpretation of the current death counts moderation,
The world is clearly not out of the woods yet on the first wave of the pandemic.

Summary tables for countries with > 25,000 cases:

4/8/20: COVID19 Update: Worldwide Cases and Deaths

4/8/20: COVID19 Update: Worldwide Cases and Deaths

4/8/20: COVID19 Update: Worldwide Cases and Deaths

Note: countries with more than 500,000 cases are highlighted in red.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *