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And in another bit of "madness" - look what I just found this morning on CNN: https://edition.cnn.com/interactive/...ery/index.html

Interesting "mystery" concerning that Worldometer website and the stats it has been publishing.
Interesting too that JHU uses Worldometer data for its dashboard.

The real problem I think is the variety of ways different countries report data, plus time lags (some o which are very long) etc. That very significantly impacts reliability.

There is a huge amount of data around, but reliability and comparing apples with apples is extremely problematic and becoming more so, if only because countries are publishing more and more data, again in different ways and what they are really talking about is not always clear.

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Interesting too that JHU uses Worldometer data for its dashboard.....
Hmmm (because there is no "patting yourself on the back" emoj ) I do believe I noted problems with worldometers in mid-April in this thread.

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This new tool compares testing in four countries and maybe shows what went wrong. https://ourworldindata.org/covid-tes...uk-korea-italy

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Chart update: Data as-of 21/05, I have dropped data for the period of confinement and the chart now starts on 11-May.

Ten days after déconfinement and things are looking stable. Going forward Notice the dips in the data on Sundays. If you ignore the dips (the 7-day rolling average lines) there is a steady, slightly downward, trend.

Note, because of the way it is calculated, the 7-day average is not shown on the first 7 days of the chart.


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Huge jump in new cases explained. La Santé publique announced that yesterday there was a total of 3 325 new cases of COVID-19. The biggest jump since May 6. However, it turns out this was caused by by the inclusion of previously unreported data. For more information, here is an article (in English) from Reuters.

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