A week ago I began to track statistics on the coronavirus that are posted each day at the Johns Hopkins website. The data is updated between 5:00 and 6:00 p.m. EDT each day. With a week under our belt, now we can begin to track and make sense of the data.
The first table tracks the number of total cases, deaths and recoveries reported each day along with assorted charts. As we get some more date we will add charts.
The second table tracks the top ten countries when we began to track last Sunday. Norway has fallen to 14 but we will still track. There are several ratios that add to the data. More comments tomorrow.
The third table tracks the daily changes of cases, deaths and recoveries of the original top ten countries.
We hope you find the data insightful. Let us know of any additional ways you would like to look at the data.