Health / Yorkers

"Health officials project that 140,000 New Yorkers will need to be hospitalized on account of the coronavirus over the next two weeks, which exceeds the state’s supply of hospital beds by 35 percent."

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How does that look cumulatively? • US slope still far steeper than any other at this stage. Why? US is now dealing with multiple overlapping outbreaks, keeping the pace up. US will likely have highest death toll globally within a week. All charts:

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Now daily new cases: • US still boldly going where no country has gone before, at >20k new confirmed cases per day. Destined to end up the worst-affected country in the world. • France possibly joining Italy and Spain in seeing new cases plateau and begin to dip

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And cases in cumulative form: • US very much in uncharted territory. Now accounts for 1-in-4 confirmed cases worldwide • India perhaps stabilising again. Shows the importance of watching medium-term trends, not short term bumps which could be due to data backlogs

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Now subnational region daily deaths: • NY, MI, NJ all on steep trajectories. US cities could soon be the global epicentres • We’re using new NHS England data, which assigns deaths to date of death, not date of reporting. London seeing more daily deaths than Wuhan at same stage

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Subnational death tolls cumulatively: • Same story. Urban US set to be the new epicentre • London’s death toll still rising, but on a similar slope to Paris, Catalonia and Madrid at this stage, shallower than US counterparts All charts:

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While many journalists can do their jobs remotely — through phone calls, video calls and Slack messages — photographers continue to put themselves in harm's way to capture the pandemic from the front lines

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