A power cut at lunchtime lasted 12 hours (originally promised to be only two hours) and so I was unable to send out a normal diary entry for Saturday. Although there have been some riots in downtown Seattle, the power cut was due to “equipment failure”, possibly arising from a spectacular thunderstorm that had the skies forebodingly dark even in the otherwise should-have-been noonday sun.
But I wanted to preserve the daily data series so am recreating Saturday’s numbers now. Everything else will appear on Sunday.
|(The World Average)||773||791||47.0||47.6|
Bahrain moved ahead of Mayotte – Mayotte reported no cases on Saturday. We’ve noticed sometimes Mayotte reports no cases for a day, but we think that is perhaps because the relevant department is closed. 🙂
More tomorrow, power willing.
1 thought on “Covid-19 Diary : Saturday 30 May, 2020”
Here’s hoping there’s power tomorrow!
I’m finding the lack of last week’s numbers makes the data less interesting — the day over day change is small and subject to daily variation that makes any trend somewhat visible.
Since you already will sometimes add a 2nd row for an entry (to indicate unchanged) maybe put under today’s data the % change from last week.
Just a thought!