I thought it would be interesting to compare the cumulative fatalist curves by country. I’ve only included countries with at least 10 deaths and my estimate of a sufficient number of days of experience to be worth comparing.
Once again, we see a very interesting East versus West pattern in trends, which isn’t surprising since that correlates well with what I had previously represented with case counts. Clearly we need to take a more Eastern model of mitigation if we want to get this under control.
The other thing I want to point out is how much steeper the outset of fatalities is in the US. We definitely don’t want to see this curve as a function of exponential growth.