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RISKS | What do we know about the risk of dying from COVID-19?

It is a straightforward question that most people would like answered. If someone is infected with COVID-19, how likely is that person to die? This question is simple, but surprisingly hard to answer. For a complete analysis about this question and all the answers take a look at this website and graphics.

By Admin|2020-04-23T15:58:52+00:00April 13th, 2020|Data, Treatments | Vaccins|Comments Off on RISKS | What do we know about the risk of dying from COVID-19?

DATA | Where can I find data & graphics about COVID-19 (Coronavirus)?

You can find all kinds of data, graphics, statistics and projection information on our Research | Data page, however one of the sites where I have found the most (interactive) data and where you are able to select almost any country to see it's data is on "Our World in Data", click here to go

By Admin|2020-04-23T16:02:02+00:00April 12th, 2020|Data|Comments Off on DATA | Where can I find data & graphics about COVID-19 (Coronavirus)?

TESTING | The importance of testing and why is it needed?

Not everyone needs to be tested says the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) for COVID-19. Here is some information that might help in making decisions about seeking care or testing. Most people have mild illness and are able to recover at home. There is no treatment specifically approved for this virus. Testing results

By Admin|2020-04-23T16:02:20+00:00April 12th, 2020|Data, Testing|Comments Off on TESTING | The importance of testing and why is it needed?

FLU | Is this virus comparable to SARS or to the seasonal flu?

The novel coronavirus detected in China in 2019 is closely related genetically to the SARS-CoV-1 virus. SARS emerged at the end of 2002 in China, and it caused more than 8 000 cases in 33 countries over a period of eight months. Around one in ten of the people who developed SARS died. As of 10

By Admin|2020-04-23T16:08:50+00:00April 10th, 2020|Data, General, Treatments | Vaccins|Comments Off on FLU | Is this virus comparable to SARS or to the seasonal flu?