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Coronavirus Case Numbers: Doubling Every Eight Days

by David Sims

Coronavirus update, 0h UTC 17 March 2020.

THE cumulative number of known cases outside China is 101,324. The rise in the cumulative number of known cases outside China during the past two days is 25,670 (or 12,835 new cases per day). The doubling time for the cumulative number of known cases outside China is about eight days.

These are the number of reported, known cases, followed by the number of confirmed deaths for each country.

China, reported numbers omitted because they are false.
Italy, 27980, 2158
Iran, 14991, 853
Spain, 9942, 342
South Korea, 8236, 75
Germany, 7272, 17
France, 6633, 148
United States, 4567, 85
Switzerland, 2353, 18
United Kingdom, 1543, 55
Netherlands, 1417, 24
Norway, 1347, 3
Sweden, 1121, 7
Belgium, 1058, 10
Austria, 1016, 3
Denmark, 916, 1
Japan, 827, 27
Malaysia, 566, 0
Canada, 440, 4
Qatar, 439, 0
Australia, 401, 5
Greece, 352, 4
Czech Republic, 344, 0
Portugal, 331, 1
Israel, 298, 0
Finland, 278, 0
Slovenia, 253, 1
Singapore, 243, 0
Brazil, 234, 0
Ireland, 223, 2
Bahrain, 221, 1
Estonia, 205, 0
Iceland, 198, 0
Pakistan, 179, 1
Poland, 177, 4
Romania, 168, 0
Egypt, 166, 4
Chile, 156, 0
Hong Kong, 155, 4
Thailand, 147, 1
Philippines, 142, 12
Indonesia, 134, 5
Iraq, 125, 10
Kuwait, 123, 0
Saudi Arabia, 118, 0
San Marino, 115, 9
India, 114, 2
Lebanon, 109, 3
United Arab Emirates, 98, 0
Russia, 93, 0

Ninety-seven more countries each report between 1 and 86 known cases of COVID-19.

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All cold virusses (viri) can be killed if the sufferer breathes 43’C for half an hour for three periods in one day, i.e. every eight hours. Use a precise temperature controller and an electrical heater of some type in a small room. This would however not prevent someone from being re-infected. Isolation would be required afterwards. The COVID-19 is probably unable to withstand mid-summer temperatures.