Covid-19 World Totals

Coronavirus (Covid 19) Statistics


News

  • Day 105: “I’m Sad… For Now”

    Day 105: “I’m Sad… For Now”

    Case data from today and yesterday are kind of broken, this count isn’t accurate, in fact all the reporting sites have incomplete data for the past couple of days. It is probably time I level with all of you about what I think will happen. After 4 months of studying data, reading countless papers, books, […]

    Read More >>


  • Day 104: “It’s A Dem Panic”

    Day 104: “It’s A Dem Panic”

    Sometimes it seems like the information changes from day to day and from one extreme to another The crews from about 100 cruise ships around the world are still on board those ships, trapped, without pay, and they are starting to get sick… 100,000 people As states begin to reopen, the CDC is predicting that […]

    Read More >>


  • Day 101: Pulling Into May

    Day 101: Pulling Into May

    White House blocks Fauci from testifying at House coronavirus hearing. A White House spokesman said it would be “counter-productive” for the health official to testify, adding that the Trump administration would work with Congress on testimony at a later date.  There may be good evidence to suggest that the quadrivalent seasonal flu shot does not […]

    Read More >>


  • Day 99 : A Great Success Story

    Day 99 :  A Great Success Story

    Current status in the US: Eric Trump promotes “quarantine wine” on the same day that his dad spares visas for vineyard workers Bay Area food banks get a coronavirus surprise: 35,000 Wagyu steaks worth $2 million Kentucky Gov Andy Beshear denounced a Kentuckian filing for unemployment as Tupac Shakur, suggesting it was a fake name […]

    Read More >>


  • Day 97 : Not My Fault, Again

    Day 97 :  Not My Fault, Again

    ‘No Evidence’ Yet That Recovered COVID-19 Patients Are Immune, WHO Says (NPR) Global coronavirus death toll could be 60% higher than reported. Mortality statistics show 122,000 deaths in excess of normal levels across 14 countries (Financial Times) U.S. intelligence agencies issued warnings about the novel coronavirus in more than a dozen classified briefings prepared for […]

    Read More >>


  • Day 91: It’s Time To Reopen Dummy

    Day 91: It’s Time To Reopen  Dummy

    28,000 missing deaths: Tracking the true death toll of the coronavirus crisis. (New York Times) The Trump administration doesn’t have a plan to cover coronavirus treatment for the uninsured two weeks after pledging to have a plan. (Politico) The malaria drug widely touted by Trump showed no benefit – and more deaths – in a U.S. veterans […]

    Read More >>


  • Day 86 – “You’re Going To Be Calling The Shots.”

    Day 86 – “You’re Going To Be Calling The Shots.”

    Trump says he’s “Opening Up America Again.” He’s going to go for “Beautufully Low” numbered states first A protest movement is taking hold targeting states that have extended social-distancing rules, closed schools, and restricted access to large religious gatherings. Trumpists are urging people to leave their homes to own the libs As the Trump administration […]

    Read More >>


  • Day 85: Muh Freedumz!

    Day 85: Muh Freedumz!

    Trump cut off U.S. funding to the World Health Organization in response to the agency’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic. “We have not been treated properly” Bill gates says “That’s as bad as it sounds“ The Democrats are calling it illegal The CDC says they’ll still work with the WHO regardless The Paycheck Protection Program […]

    Read More >>


  • Day 84 – “Everything we did was right”

    Day 84 – “Everything we did was right”

    President Trump wanted to sign each of the $1,200 stimulus checks issued to Americans. Since that is not “allowable” under present IRS rules, his name will appear in the “Memo” section of each check. This will delay delivery of the checks by several days. During today’s daily coronavirus task force briefing, Trump interrupted the briefing […]

    Read More >>


  • Updates – April 13, 2020

    Updates – April 13, 2020

    Today, we launched the Projection Data page. After trying several times to build a model that do some predictive analysis, we came into a method that is simple, straightforward and seems to work. Today the model projected 589,436 total cases and 25,497 total deaths in the United States. The actual numbers according to 1point3acres which […]

    Read More >>