Non-China data is fascinating - practically exponential. Please keep providing your graphs.
Stay well -
Bob at PC
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I have begun my analysis of, well .. just graphing of data, our crisis.
bc is searching for Calif. data in order to predict ours, close to home.  And post.
p.s. Soon I’ll (Nancy also) hunker down, as we both have heightened risk. (14% mortality for those over 80, and bc has an underlying lung disease.)
 Scenarios: Newsom"s, more restrictive (S. Korea , Italy), any other I think of, or is suggested. My intuition is the CA peak will come in May, because of "flattening of the curve” — you’ve all read that, N’est pas? I pray for that, so I won’t be triaged to death.
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