Coronavirus in Vermont

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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 Vermont and how could it go on?

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

175Jan 17121Jan 4164Jan 31

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

Jan 4

121

-

Jan 5

134

+13 (+11%)

Jan 6

141

+7 (+5.5%)

Jan 7

159

+17 (+12.4%)

Jan 8

193

+35 (+21.8%)

Jan 9

176

-17 (-8.78%)

Jan 10

188

+12 (+6.63%)

Jan 11

193

+5 (+2.64%)

Jan 12

194

+0 (+0.332%)

Jan 13

194

+0 (+0.0827%)

Jan 14

188

-6 (-3.31%)

Jan 15

179

-9 (-4.7%)

Jan 16

180

+2 (+0.897%)

Jan 17

175

-6 (-3.11%)

Jan 18

179
167 - 192

+4 (+2.52%)

Jan 19

178
166 - 191

-1 (-0.672%)

Jan 20

177
165 - 189

-1 (-0.672%)

Jan 21

176
164 - 188

-1 (-0.672%)

Jan 22

174
163 - 187

-1 (-0.672%)

Jan 23

173
162 - 186

-1 (-0.672%)

Jan 24

172
160 - 184

-1 (-0.672%)

Jan 25

171
159 - 183

-1 (-0.672%)

Jan 26

170
158 - 182

-1 (-0.672%)

Jan 27

169
157 - 181

-1 (-0.672%)

Jan 28

167
156 - 179

-1 (-0.672%)

Jan 29

166
155 - 178

-1 (-0.672%)

Jan 30

165
154 - 177

-1 (-0.672%)

Jan 31

164
153 - 176

-1 (-0.672%)

Daily new coronavirus infections

142Jan 1780Jan 4125Jan 31

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

Jan 4

80

-

Jan 5

165

+85 (+106%)

Jan 6

120

-45 (-27.3%)

Jan 7

245

+125 (+104%)

Jan 8

216

-29 (-11.8%)

Jan 9

171

-45 (-20.8%)

Jan 10

177

+6 (+3.51%)

Jan 11

111

-66 (-37.3%)

Jan 12

169

+58 (+52.3%)

Jan 13

121

-48 (-28.4%)

Jan 14

205

+84 (+69.4%)

Jan 15

161

-44 (-21.5%)

Jan 16

181

+20 (+12.4%)

Jan 17

142

-39 (-21.5%)

Jan 18

150
101 - 223

+8 (+5.62%)

Jan 19

148
100 - 220

-2 (-1.41%)

Jan 20

146
98 - 217

-2 (-1.41%)

Jan 21

144
97 - 214

-2 (-1.41%)

Jan 22

142
95 - 211

-2 (-1.41%)

Jan 23

140
94 - 208

-2 (-1.41%)

Jan 24

138
93 - 205

-2 (-1.41%)

Jan 25

136
91 - 202

-2 (-1.41%)

Jan 26

134
90 - 199

-2 (-1.41%)

Jan 27

132
89 - 196

-2 (-1.41%)

Jan 28

130
88 - 193

-2 (-1.41%)

Jan 29

128
86 - 191

-2 (-1.41%)

Jan 30

126
85 - 188

-2 (-1.41%)

Jan 31

125
84 - 185

-2 (-1.41%)

Daily deaths by coronavirus

0Jan 174Jan 41Jan 31

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

Jan 4

4

-

Jan 5

5

+1 (+25%)

Jan 6

3

-2 (-40%)

Jan 7

3

+0 (+0%)

Jan 8

1

-2 (-66.7%)

Jan 9

0

-1 (-,100%)

Jan 10

0

+0 (+0%)

Jan 11

0

+0 (+0%)

Jan 12

2

+0 (+0%)

Jan 13

0

-2 (-,100%)

Jan 14

4

+0 (+0%)

Jan 15

1

-3 (-75%)

Jan 16

0

-1 (-,100%)

Jan 17

0

+0 (+0%)

Jan 18

2
0 - 5

+2 (+In,fin,ity%)

Jan 19

2
0 - 5

0 (-3.01%)

Jan 20

2
0 - 5

0 (-3.01%)

Jan 21

2
0 - 5

0 (-3.01%)

Jan 22

1
0 - 5

0 (-3.01%)

Jan 23

1
0 - 5

0 (-3.01%)

Jan 24

1
0 - 4

0 (-3.01%)

Jan 25

1
0 - 4

0 (-3.01%)

Jan 26

1
0 - 4

0 (-3.01%)

Jan 27

1
0 - 4

0 (-3.01%)

Jan 28

1
0 - 4

0 (-3.01%)

Jan 29

1
0 - 4

0 (-3.01%)

Jan 30

1
0 - 4

0 (-3.01%)

Jan 31

1
0 - 4

0 (-3.01%)

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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