COVID-19 #CoronaVirus Infographic Datapack
COVID-19 #Coronavirus latest data visualized.
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Important / Interesting Reads
» How long will a vaccine really take? (New York Times)
» Why are Germany’s deaths so low? (NY Times)
» World Health Organisation dashboard
» All the data in detail (Our World in Data)
» Why do viruses often come from bats? A discussion with your friendly neighborhood virologist (Reddit)
UPDATE 10th Nov
: Added Portuguese version of Riskiest Activies
UPDATE 1st Sep
: Average Disease Deaths per Day updated.
UPDATE 22nd Jul
: Average Disease Deaths per Day updated.
UPDATE 15th Jul
Added risk chart for Black, Asian & Minority Ethnic (BAME) people who are more at risk of deaths from Coronavirus according to a study of 33,000+ deaths in the UK. (Data)
In the US, black and Latino people are 3x more likely to be *infected* by Coronavirus (according to a new analysis of 640,000 infections by the NYTimes – who sued the CDC to get the data). Multiple factors are at play. BAME populations may:
: have front-line jobs that keep them working from home, increasing exposure
: rely on public transportation
: live in cramped apartments or multigenerational homes
: have cultural and language barriers in accessing information & services
: experience pressure to keep working or quickly return to work, even in risky settings.
Higher exposure leads to higher infection rates which, in turn, can lead to a higher death rates.
This combined with a greater prevalence of underlying health problems among BAME populations (diabetes, obesity etc) goes some way to explain some of these race & ethnicity disparities.
But, even when these are filtered out, there’s still a pronounced imbalance. We don’t fully know why yet.
UPDATE 2nd Jul
: NEW Corona’s Riskiest Activities graphic. We collated & visualised the advice & professional opinions from over 500 epidemiologists & health experts as quoted in various media articles. (see the data). Primary source: NY Times: When 511 Epidemiologists Expect to Fly, Hug and Do 18 Other Everyday Activities Again plus additional epidemiological opinions from articles by Reuters, NPR and SF Gate.
METHODOLOGY: We extrapolated and graded the NY Times data into a 10 point scale. Then weighted and adjusted it according to any risk variance seen in the other articles. Where there was disagreement over a particular activity, we deferred to the NYT Times data or left the activity as ‘UNCLEAR’ in our datasheet. Disagreements & variance between ratings left some blurriness around the risk levels we’ve apportioned. i.e. it’s not a hard scale but a general one. We’ve added text captions to qualify this where possible. See the data for more.
UPDATE 22nd Jun
: Updated Average Disease Deaths Per Day
UPDATE 22nd May
: Added Possible Symptoms of COVID-19 clarifier graphic
: Updated Average Diseases Deaths Per Day – Coronavirus now eclipsing Pneumonia for worldwide fatalities :((
: Updated data
: updated ‘Those aged 60+’ graphic with new UK data
: added new risk data by biological sex (men more likely to die) (data)
: added new dataviz on DIY mask materials (data)
: various misc tweaks to wording & descriptions
: we continue to update our data sheet
UPDATE 1st Apr
: Added interactive, generative Fatality Rates by Country (updates twice a day). Thanks to Univers Labs for great work.
UPDATE 30th Mar
: Added interactive, generative Infection Trajectories (updates twice a day). Thx to Omid Kashan for great work.
: updated data
UPDATE 26th Mar
: Changed Norovirus R0 from 7 (upper maximum) to 4.3 (median)
: Fixed typo on Italy data
: Updated infection trajectories
: Re-added rates per country
: Removed Average Deaths Per Day (the chart was meant as a daily tracker, but was being used to downplay the seriousness of the pandemic. We’re still updating a data version)
: Added Cases & deaths per million
: Updated all datasheets
UPDATE 19th Mar
: Added analysis of 355 deaths in Italy (link PDF)
: Added Multiple Conditions graphic
: Added Incubation Periods comparison visualisation (based on this great study)
: Added Infection Trajectories
: Updated Average Disease Deaths per Day
: Updated datasheet
UPDATE 16th Mar
: Updated: Recovery rates, Fatality Rate by Country, Media Mentions
: Added: Average Disease Deaths per day explanation of our maths, plus Swine Flu : estimates (753 death per day), highlighted pandemic vs endemic diseases.
New Chart: Infection Trajectories
Corrected: Spanish Flu fatality rate 2.5% (was 10%)
UPDATE 13th Mar
: Fatality Rates by Country. Italy up to 6.7%.
: Total Media Mentions. Coronavirus now 2.1bn, up from 1.1bn.
: Average deaths per day: 72, up from 62.
: Corrected Spanish Flu Fatality Rate to 2.5%
: Recovery Rates
UPDATE 12th Mar – added Flattening the Curve
UPDATE 11th Mar – revised Case Fatality Rates by Country. Italy up to 6.2%. Updated Recovery rates: 56.6% recovered drops to 55%. Updated Deaths Per Day: Coronavirus up 62 per day, from 56. Fixed a few typos.
UPDATE 9th Mar – Uploaded version 1