FW: US CoViD-19 Update 4/17/2020
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FYI, sent to a group of Hams.
Maybe the reason some lesser populated states had surpassed California à https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5dbU3p78eAg
From: Nat Suwarnasarn 
Sent: Friday, April 17, 2020 6:16 PM
Subject: RE: US CoViD-19 Update 4/17/2020
Summary: Data as of 18:00 hrs. PDT 4/17/2020 (Previous updated 4/9/2020) Next expected projection report in 3-5 days.
· California infection cases (1st derivative) jumping about appears to be leveling off. Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and Michigan all surpassed California in number of infected cases and death rate.
USA Latest data 4/17/2020 Infected 709,735 Deaths 37,153 (5.23%) rate notably increased and Recovered 60,510 (8.53%)
Projection indicate infected cases reach 1 million by 4/23/2020 (shifting to later date - good sign).and number of deaths Breaking 50,000 on April 24, 2020 (shifting closer – bad sign, death rate climbing!)
1st derivative of Infected graph – Indicate some improvement but then jumps back up indicating Multi-peak situation US Infection cases is indicate o multi-peak Lorentzian distribution fit and is still on the rise and not observed to peak yet. Projection by Health Data Organization Link à http://covid19.healthdata.org/united-states-of-america
State of California data 4/17/2020 Infected 29,175, Deaths 1041 (3.6%) and Recovered TBD
Projection indicate California infected cases reach 30,000 by 4/22/2020.and number of deaths Breaking 1,000 on April 17, 2020.
1st derivative of Infected graph – Indicating some leveling off need 3 more days of data.
The fit is done to project when the Peak date should be after which should be flat.
San Diego County data 4/15/2020 Infected 2.087, Deaths 63 (3.0%) and Recovered TBD
Projection indicate infected cases reach 2,000 by 4/17/2020 but now appears to be leveling off.
1st derivative of Infected graph – Indicating potential leveling off in infection rate.
73’ Nat S. N6BRV
All of US:
For San Diego County only County does not update on Weekends