Coronavirus in Florida

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DISCLAIMER ✋

The estimates and predictions presented here are based partially on speculative mathematical models. All statements without guarantee!

How were the past few days in Florida and how could it go on?

7 days incidence (sum of new infections of the last 7 days per 100k inhabitants)

364Jan 24521Jan 11243Feb 7

The graph above and the following table show the course of 7 days incidence in Florida assuming that the numbers are following an exponential trend.

Jan 11

521

-

Jan 12

518

-2 (-0.478%)

Jan 13

501

-18 (-3.41%)

Jan 14

472

-28 (-5.67%)

Jan 15

460

-12 (-2.62%)

Jan 16

445

-15 (-3.37%)

Jan 17

439

-6 (-1.28%)

Jan 18

422

-17 (-3.79%)

Jan 19

399

-24 (-5.6%)

Jan 20

389

-10 (-2.42%)

Jan 21

385

-4 (-1.01%)

Jan 22

370

-15 (-3.82%)

Jan 23

371

+0 (+0.241%)

Jan 24

364

-7 (-1.95%)

Jan 25

347
336 - 358

-17 (-4.75%)

Jan 26

337
327 - 348

-9 (-2.7%)

Jan 27

328
318 - 339

-9 (-2.7%)

Jan 28

319
310 - 329

-9 (-2.7%)

Jan 29

311
301 - 320

-9 (-2.7%)

Jan 30

302
293 - 312

-8 (-2.7%)

Jan 31

294
285 - 303

-8 (-2.7%)

Feb 1

286
277 - 295

-8 (-2.7%)

Feb 2

278
270 - 287

-8 (-2.7%)

Feb 3

271
263 - 279

-8 (-2.7%)

Feb 4

264
255 - 272

-7 (-2.7%)

Feb 5

256
249 - 265

-7 (-2.7%)

Feb 6

249
242 - 257

-7 (-2.7%)

Feb 7

243
235 - 250

-7 (-2.7%)

Daily new coronavirus infections

9,540Jan 2411,600Jan 118,920Feb 7

The graph above and the following table show the course of reported daily new coronavirus infections in Florida assuming that the numbers are following an exponential trend.

Jan 11

11,600

-

Jan 12

14,900

+3,320 (+28.7%)

Jan 13

14,000

-,906 (-6.08%)

Jan 14

13,700

-,270 (-1.93%)

Jan 15

16,900

+3,160 (+23%)

Jan 16

12,100

-4,760 (-28.2%)

Jan 17

11,100

-1,030 (-8.47%)

Jan 18

8,000

-3,090 (-27.9%)

Jan 19

9,820

+1,810 (+22.7%)

Jan 20

11,900

+2,100 (+21.4%)

Jan 21

12,900

+959 (+8.05%)

Jan 22

13,700

+846 (+6.57%)

Jan 23

12,300

-1,410 (-10.3%)

Jan 24

9,540

-2,780 (-22.5%)

Jan 25

10,700
7,280 - 15,800

+1,190 (+12.5%)

Jan 26

10,600
7,180 - 15,600

-,151 (-1.41%)

Jan 27

10,400
7,080 - 15,400

-,149 (-1.41%)

Jan 28

10,300
6,980 - 15,100

-,147 (-1.41%)

Jan 29

10,100
6,880 - 14,900

-,145 (-1.41%)

Jan 30

9,990
6,780 - 14,700

-,143 (-1.41%)

Jan 31

9,850
6,690 - 14,500

-,141 (-1.41%)

Feb 1

9,710
6,590 - 14,300

-,139 (-1.41%)

Feb 2

9,570
6,500 - 14,100

-,137 (-1.41%)

Feb 3

9,440
6,410 - 13,900

-,135 (-1.41%)

Feb 4

9,300
6,320 - 13,700

-,133 (-1.41%)

Feb 5

9,170
6,230 - 13,500

-,131 (-1.41%)

Feb 6

9,040
6,140 - 13,300

-,129 (-1.41%)

Feb 7

8,920
6,050 - 13,100

-,128 (-1.41%)

Daily deaths by coronavirus

129Jan 24159Jan 11140Feb 7

The graph above and the following table show the course of reported daily deaths by coronavirus in Florida assuming that the numbers are following an exponential trend without.

Jan 11

159

-

Jan 12

156

-3 (-1.89%)

Jan 13

169

+13 (+8.33%)

Jan 14

217

+48 (+28.4%)

Jan 15

186

-31 (-14.3%)

Jan 16

205

+19 (+10.2%)

Jan 17

133

-72 (-35.1%)

Jan 18

137

+4 (+3.01%)

Jan 19

162

+25 (+18.2%)

Jan 20

142

-20 (-12.3%)

Jan 21

161

+19 (+13.4%)

Jan 22

272

+111 (+68.9%)

Jan 23

153

-,119 (-43.8%)

Jan 24

129

-24 (-15.7%)

Jan 25

156
101 - 242

+27 (+21.1%)

Jan 26

155
100 - 239

-1 (-0.852%)

Jan 27

154
99 - 237

-1 (-0.852%)

Jan 28

152
98 - 235

-1 (-0.852%)

Jan 29

151
98 - 233

-1 (-0.852%)

Jan 30

150
97 - 231

-1 (-0.852%)

Jan 31

148
96 - 229

-1 (-0.852%)

Feb 1

147
95 - 228

-1 (-0.852%)

Feb 2

146
94 - 226

-1 (-0.852%)

Feb 3

145
93 - 224

-1 (-0.852%)

Feb 4

143
93 - 222

-1 (-0.852%)

Feb 5

142
92 - 220

-1 (-0.852%)

Feb 6

141
91 - 218

-1 (-0.852%)

Feb 7

140
90 - 216

-1 (-0.852%)

How can I protect myself and others?

The German Federal Ministry of Health recommends:

  • Keep the greatest possible distance when coughing or sneezing - it is best to turn away.
  • Sneeze into the crook of the arm or a handkerchief, which you can then dispose of.
  • Avoid touching when greeting other people and wash your hands regularly and thoroughly with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.

We do not guarantee the accuracy of the information.

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