Whether you are traveling or staying put in your house for the next couple weeks, here are seven charts and graphs relating to the Coronavirus that will provide you with crucial information on its lethality rate, it’s symptoms and much more information on the Covid-19 virus.

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7 Coronavirus Charts (If You Are Traveling or Not)

Below are seven charts, graphs and a Coronavirus Spread Map. These all relate to the Covid-19 and share facts, statistics, symptoms and much more information on the virus.

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Ages most at risk for Coronavirus

The above chart showcases the percentage rate of fatalities caused by Covid-19. As you can see, people under the age of 49 have less than a 1% fatality rate. Where people above 60 have a significantly higher rate of death, especially those over 80 who have a 1 in 6 chance of dying from the Coronavirus if infected. Please note, that the information collected above is from Wuhan, China where the pollution rate is much higher than most places in the world which can increase the deadliness of the virus. 

6.how courageous is Covid-19

The above graph shows how both contagious Covid-19 is compared to other serious diseases as well as it’s death rate compared to other diseases. As you can see from this graph, the amount of people that the average Conornavirus victim infects is anywhere from 1.5 to 3.5. Smallpox, polio, and measles along with many other diseases have a much higher rate of infection.

This shows that Covid-19, with the results documented so far, is far less transmittable than other outbreaks in history.  This graph also documents that past outbreaks such as the Spanish Flu, Ebola and the Bird Flu had significantly higher death rates than the Coronavirus. As where the Coronavirus has a 0.7-3.4%, other diseases mentioned such as the Bird Flu have a death rate of almost 60%. 

5. coronavirus mentions in the media

The above graph shows how heavily the media has been talking about Coronavirus compared to other diseases and outbreaks in the world. As you can the media has mentioned over 1.1 billion times since it first became news. The next highest mention, SARS only had 56.2 million mentions. This is a drastic variance in media coverage. 

4. pre-existing conditions graph with coronavirus

The above graph from the China Center for Disease Control shows the increased fatality rate for those with pre-existing conditions. As you can see people with cardiovascular disease have the highest rate of fatality of those with pre-existing conditions. 

3. Conornavirus symptoms

Coronavirus Symptoms

The above graph shows the symptoms of the novel Coronavirus as well as the percentage of people diagnosed with Covid-19 that have each symptom. For example, the most common symptom is fever, as were 87.9% of the Coronavirus patients report having some type of fever. Second on the list is a dry cough. 97.6% of patients that have tested positive for Covid-19 report having a dry cough. A few more of the most common symptoms are fatigue (38.1%), Sputum production (otherwise known as thick mucus production) (33.4%) as well as shortness of breath (18.6%).

CDC graph of coronavirus estimated outbreak

Source: CDC

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The CDC graph shows the estimated number of cases of Covid-19 without protective measures versus the estimated number of cases with protective measures. The graph also shows the healthcare system capacity, meaning the number of cases that the U.S. health care system could take on without reaching an overflow.

Protective measures as shown in the graph include washing your hands frequently, cleaning down commonly touched surfaces, social distancing as well as many more you can read about on the CDC website. It is crucial we all follow these protective measures to stop the Coronavirus in its tracks and keep the number of cases at a manageable rate for hospitals and health care professionals. 

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coronavirus cases as of March 15th

coronavirus cases as of March 15th part 2

The above charts are from Worldometers.info and show the number of active Coronavirus cases as well as the number of deaths, the number of people recovered and the number of closed cases as of March 15, 2020. As you can see from the graphs, there are currently 83,112 closed cases for Covid-19, where 92% have recovered or been discharged and a fatality rate of 8%.

There are also currently 86,001 active cases. 7% of these cases are either serious or critical, while 73% are classified as mild.  

Coronavirus Spread Map

coronavirus USA spread map

Source: Johns Hopkins & ABC News

Coronavirus USA 

The above map shows the number of diagnosed cases in the United States as of March 15, 2020. Coronavirus USA totals are 3502 cases with a total of 63 deaths. 

Who Should Self-Quarantine?

The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that certain people self-quarantine for 14 days if they’ve been in close contact with someone they know is infected. In addition, people with COVID-19 symptoms — including a cough, fever, and shortness of breath — should self-isolate for 14 days, the CDC says.

Keep in mind that people who feel well are currently asked to stay home only if they meet very specific criteria of close contact with a confirmed COVID-19 patient, or if they’ve recently returned from certain countries where the coronavirus is spreading widely.

The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that certain people self-quarantine for 14 days if they’ve been in close contact with someone they know is infected. In addition, people with COVID-19 symptoms — including a cough, fever, and shortness of breath — should self-isolate for 14 days, the CDC says.

Keep in mind that people who feel well are currently asked to stay home only if they meet very specific criteria of close contact with a confirmed COVID-19 patient, or if they’ve recently returned from certain countries where the coronavirus is spreading widely. 

Don’t Forget to Wash Your Hands!

This one is key since you can kill the coronavirus with a thorough scrub that lasts at least 20 seconds. Don’t get freaked out about the hand sanitizer shortage when you’re at home. If you’ve quarantined or isolated yourself, you aren’t moving in shared public spaces and so don’t really need it.

Washing your hands is almost always a better option, as long as soap and water are available.

I hope the 7 Coronavirus Charts, as well as spread map, have helped shed some light on the current Covid-19 facts. 

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Disclaimer: I’m merely sharing information I have researched on the Coronavirus. As always, please do your own research to verify facts and to stay healthy during this virus. 

 

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