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Daily update for Saturday 19 September 2020

Fatalities are beginning to surge in Europe. What’s striking about the trajectories of the countries first seeing this, is how sudden the upswing began and how the rise is almost vertical. They all began 11-13 September, so you wonder what can have triggered sudden widespread infections one to two weeks earlier. This is the chart to watch for individual countries, and Chart 8 is now beginning to show the upswing in fatalities for the whole continent.

However, Chart 19 is almost as compelling, with the five week case growth up another notch now, to x2.2.


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Click here to compare the key charts from 22 Aug, 29 Aug, 5 Sep, 12 Sep

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