Friday, April 03, 2020
Vox does a deep dive on why the death rates differ so widely in different places: "Some countries, such as Germany, have a fatality rate of approximately 1 percent of confirmed cases, whereas Italy's rate has climbed above 11 percent. Even within the US, large differences are emerging: As of April 1, Louisiana had reported a CFR of 4.2 percent, one of the highest in the nation, compared to California's 2.1 percent."
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