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In today's column, I tried to answer the question: "How much worse can the #coronavirus pandemic get?" So, for data geeks like me, I'm going to post a thread of stories and graphs with projections.…
How Much Worse the #Coronavirus Could Get - features some great interactive charts and examines how long the #pandemic could last… via @nytimes
Unsurprisingly, Our World In Data has some of the best data on #coronavirus, like this chart that shows how long it took for cases numbers to double. (in Canada it's four days)
This chart looks at the increase in #coronavirus infections since the first case. (Canada's first case was Jan 25, today it has 200 cases.)
The CDC projects that 160 million to 214 million people in the U.S. could be infected with #coronavirus and between 200,000 and 1.7 million could die. (for some reason there are not charts with this data-rich @nytimes story)… #covid19
The best source for tracking current data on #coronavirus spread around the world is the Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center (you can even get province-by-province numbers for Canada)
The Exponential Power of Now. This chart shows how intervening early has a dramatic impact on how #coronavirus cases spread via @nytimes
"There are dozens of countries with exponential growth rates...most of them are Western." This @tomaspueyo piece features a wealth of data and great charts.… #coronavirus #covid19
World-o-meter is also a great site for tracking #coronavirus data, and one of the easiest to read.
H/T @donnyd
The @globeandmail also has excellent tracking of #coronavirus data, much of it done anonymously by the great @kingdomofevan

Who’s ‘flattening the curve’ on the #coronavirus, and who isn’t? A global graphic comparison,… #Covid19 #FlatteningTheCurve
No one is paying much attention to Africa - yet - except @NCoVAfrica. There are #coronavirus cases in 22 countries on the continent.… #nCovAfrica
Comparing the #coronavirus epidemic curve in Ontario (pop'n 14.5M and Singapore (pop'n 5.7M). Some original content for this thread courtesy of @unitepangaea
The @washingtonpost has extensive #COVID19 coverage and some decent data and graphics.
Mapping the spread of #coronavirus in the U.S. and worldwide…
Why #coronavirus spreads exponentially. Some great @washingtonpost interactive graphics, by @Harry_Stevens via… via @TomGPhilpott #COVID19
.@voxdotcom has some great #coronavirus explainers, including graphs

How canceled events and self-quarantines save lives, in one chart… via @JohnVJohnson
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