Our encounter with the coronavirus/Chinese Virus/Wuhan Flu/COVID-19 is still full of known unknowns. Much of our risk analysis is based on extrapolating numbers. And we’ll see how those extrapolations hold up in New York this week.
New York City’s coronavirus death toll soared into the triple digits Monday night, with 125 people dying from the illness, city officials said.
The number represents an increase of 26 city fatalities since Sunday night.
Since Monday morning the number of coronavirus cases in the Big Apple jumped from 12,339 to 13,119, according to City Hall.
There is a debate that ought to be had about the calculations and extrapolations. Medium’s decision to shut down this debate is deeply unhealthy.
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