Updating pandemic data for the U.S. vs EU27 comparatives. All comments in charts.
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- Since the start of August, U.S. averages 51,004 new cases per day and 1,056 deaths per day. Over the same time, EU27 averaged 12,452 new cases per day and 126 deaths per day.
- Since mid-July, EU27 new cases and daily deaths are now trending up once again, with current daily rates at the levels above those that triggered the first shutdowns in March.
- The EU27 daily counts of new cases are now on a sustained rise since mid-July and currently exceed the levels at which the original EU lockdowns were imposed.
- The U.S. is still experiencing its first wave of infections. The trend in the U.S. suggest that the peak infection has taken place in late July.
- Overall counts of deaths in the U.S. are now above the EU27, since July 12, with current excess gap at +38,432 up from +9,409 a month ago.
- Deaths per capita: the U.S. has overtaken the EU27 since May 18, 2020, and the trend for the U.S. continues to be worse than that for the EU27.
- EU27 death rate per capita has effectively flattened-out at around 303-308 per 1 million prior to August 2, 2020, but is rising once again since then (310.9 currently). U.S. deaths per capita continue to increase (531.9 currently).
- Put differently, current U.S. death rate per capita is 73 percent above that for the EU27.
- Thus, there are 228 more deaths per 1 million of population in the U.S. to-date than in the EU27.
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