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July 10 COVID Tweet by: PLC @Humble_Analysis

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July 10
Last night I looked at the Covid mortality curve for each state and grouped them into four categories:

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23 states are following a Gompertz function, with deaths peaking early and now declining to near zero.

These are mostly located in the northeast and midwest.

These states are likely past their Covid season.

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16 states never had any significant deaths.

These are mostly rural states in the West (plus Hawaii).

Given density, these states are unlikely to ever face an outbreak.

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9 states have shown a slow, steady rate of death from Covid, which looks to be ending from the CDC data but it too early to tell.

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Finally, three states bear watching: California, Texas, and Arizona.

CDC data would indicate a slow decline but reported deaths are increasing rapidly.

The[y] could be entering their Gompertz phase, they could be importing deaths from Mexico, or it could be backdating.

Final Humble_Analysis

By the way, here's what those graphs look like when you put them on the same scale.

Kinda puts things into perspective, doesn't it?

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