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Global COVID-19 Update

March 31, 2020

856,917 confirmed cases
and 42,107 deaths. These numbers are still increasing.

Italy +4,053 cases
China +79 cases
Spain +7,967 cases
Iran +3,110 cases
USA +23,559 cases
Germany +4,923 cases


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Wash your hands!

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Stay at home as much as you can

Even if healthy — especially if you feel sick

Avoid crowds, transport, parties and bars

They’ll always be there later

Work remotely if possible

Avoid making colleagues spreaders as well

Monitor your own health

Call a doctor if you have a temperature at or above 38°C or 100.4°F

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Cover your face when you cough or sneeze

Simple but effective

What can I do to prevent infection and spread of COVID-19?

There are several steps that we can take to stop the spread. Our experts have written detailed guides on how to combat COVID-19.

Why are people so afraid of this outbreak, isn't it just like the normal flu?

The Coronavirus causes about 20% severe cases and 2% deaths. This is about 20 times higher than the flu.

A typical incubation period is 3 days but it may extend to 14 days, and reports exist of 24 and 27 days.

It is highly contagious with an increase from day to day of 50% in new cases (infection rate R0 of about 3-4) unless extraordinary interventions are made.

Take part in eradicating this epidemic

endCoronavirus.org is built and maintained by the New England Complex Systems Institute (NECSI) and collaborators.  Our goal is to minimize the impact of the Coronavirus COVID-19 by providing useful data and guidelines for action.

The key to stopping the spread of the virus is to lower connectivity

Every time the virus does not infect another person, it has a massive impact on reducing the growth of overall infections. The better informed we all are on the actions we can take, the better we will serve our most vulnerable loved ones and our healthcare infrastructure at large.

Without intervention, it is estimated that an individual with the virus will infect on average 3-4 other people, resulting in an exponential increase in the number of cases over time. If social connectivity can be lowered such that the average number of people that an individual with the virus infects is less than one other person, the number of cases will exponentially decrease over time instead.

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