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COVID-19 Tracking Charts and Partial Unlock Strategy (click for news/details)
We provide a downloadable model with much more insight than the usual websites that cover ever locality. Look at some of the available profiles. If you want to do your state or country, the data is pre-loaded in the spreadsheet. Click the link about and scroll to the download. If you want to do a US county, we provide three examples, and instructions in the user guide. All you have to do is extract the data from us-counties.csv, and set up a few parameters like mortality and case ratio (we tell you how to figure these). Takes about 20 minutes.
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Country/State Projections Through 2021
Note: Only World, US, Texas, Mississippi, Colorado, Argentina are being updated while I am on vacation in August - there is some updated data in the others, but not unlock profiles, etc.
World:, Argentina, Bangladesh, Czech_Republic, China, Colombia, India,Lebanon, Germany, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, Paraguay, Peru, Russia , Spain, US, Venezuela.US States: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas , California , Colorado, Florida, Mississippi, NY , South_Dakota, Tennessee,
Texas , Washington .
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