PANDA looks at the events that brought their modelling approach into the spotlight and how that has influenced their journey through the COVID-19 pandemic.
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What is the difference between Case Fatality Rate and the Infection Fatality Rate? Which WHO data sent the world into Covid-19 lockdown? How accurate were governments’ models predicting COVID deaths? PANDA takes a look at the current statistics for C-19 mortality.
What is the Case Fatality Rate and the Infection Fatality Rate and how do they differ? Which data, published by the WHO, sent the world into Covid-19 lockdown and was that a reasonable choice? How accurate were governments’ models predicting COVID deaths in relation to actual deaths? PANDA explains CFR, IFR and takes a look at the current statistics for C-19 mortality.
If South Africa is 5th in the world for cases, what does that mean for us? A quick guide to cases, deaths per million & causes of death in RSA.
The SAMRC report attempts to show that the coronavirus pandemic has led to almost 11,000 fatalities, more than three times the official death count. Our view is that this claim is false and that simple and logical adjustments to the data for known reporting issues cause the excess fatality number to align much more closely with recorded COVID-19 deaths.
Part I: reviewing the models used to justify lockdown.
By Nick Hudson, Shayne Krige and Ian McGorian*
In early February, a virus broke out on the Diamond Princess. Harrowing accounts began to emerge, but for those looking at the data, the cruise ship represented a pot of gold.