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|Coronavirus: Countries With No Death Within 30 Days Have Lower Fatality Rate by beresponsible(m): 7:29pm On Mar 03|
The latest numbers: The novel coronavirus has killed more than 3,100 people, the vast majority in mainland China. There are now over 90,000 global cases, with infections in more than 70 countries and territories.
What the number of days between a county's first case and first death could mean
The time between first recognized case and first recognized death may be an indicator of how capable a country is at finding and responding to diseases, new analysis shows.
Resolve to Save Lives, a health initiative to prevent epidemics, looked at ten countries with 50 or more coronavirus cases as of Monday.
The group's analysis showed that countries that had their first death within 30 days of its first reported case had a higher total case and death counts, higher case-fatality rate, and more average cases per day overall.
Countries that had no death within the first 30 days had a much lower total case and death count, lower case-fatality rate, and fewer average cases per day.
|Re: Coronavirus: Countries With No Death Within 30 Days Have Lower Fatality Rate by Iyiataata92: 7:57pm On Mar 03|
most of the low fatalities cases will be in Africa and Nigeria will be one of them
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