It is the metaphor of waves, the inevitable. The epidemic storm that began in early February hit the coast in all its strength, leaving a very large number in recent days, comparable to the November storm and even higher in Bergamo. Now the wave is determined to run a few more meters along the coast, with the expectation that it will soon begin to recede.
Statistics show it: the incidence curve – the indicator of “spreading” epidemics in terms of population – is now growing at a slower rate. In the last seven days (March 8-14) in Pergamon there were 211 new cases per 100 thousand people, an increase of 7.7% compared to 196 in the period 1-7.
. In contrast, from March 1 to 7, this phenomenon increased by 20.2% in the previous week; From February 22-28, growth was 58.3% compared to February 15-21. In the backward game, then there is an increase of 17%, 60%, 14.6% and 4.4%, and it is only between January 24-31 that the fuse of the eruptions is identified, then it spreads; The curve was reversed because, prior to that, i.e. between February 18-24, the phenomenon was still 46, with values declining from the white zone.
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