Coronavirus – our data scientists analysis

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Kaif, a data scientist with ESG Global, has formulated projections of the spread of coronavirus over the next 10 days by country and illustrated the likely scenario based on measures brought in up to and including today’s date. In summary this highlights the urgency of increasing self-isolation and testing. Bear in mind that this data is limited by how accurately, or otherwise, each country is reporting infections etc.. We can see with the lower graph, that those being reported in India appear to be incredibly low.

Use the tabs at the top of the graphs to see all the predictions and the date control can be varied.

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  • Lucy Bolland

    It would be interesting to see variations based on measures extra governments might take on the rates of infection.

  • Ian F

    I must say that, having checked the numbers you projected 10 days ago for 2nd April against actual numbers (https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus), your projections are remarkably accurate. You projected 988,413 and the actual numbers today are 986,310 which is 99.8 accuracy!

  • Mohammed Kaif Dada

    @Ian F: Thank you for your appreciation. We at ESG Global Services strive always to achieve best-in-class results but on a personal front I do hope that in the near future we are proven wrong and our fore-casted rising curve flattens drastically. The report is updated periodically so do keep visiting.