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Chart 20: COVID-19 Statewide Counts In New Mexico

first_imgNumber of cases per 10,000 residents by county. Created by Eli Ben-Naim Forecasted deaths. Shown is the number of deaths reported to date by the New Mexico Department of Health and the death count forecasted by the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington (http://www.healthdata.org/). The model predicts that in New Mexico, the pandemic will last about 12 weeks, peaking on April 24, and that the death toll will be around 500. Created by Eli Ben-Naim Statewide counts. Shown are the cumulative numbers of tests, diagnoses and deaths in New Mexico. Also shown is the number of active hospitalizations. Created by Eli Ben-Naim Statewide diagnoses. Shown is the number of new cases versus the total number of cases to date, using a double logarithmic plot. Absent an abrupt drop in the number of new cases, the linear trend indicates New Mexico is still experiencing exponential growth in the number of cases (I thank Randy Roberts, who brought this illumining tutorial to my attention: https://youtu.be/54XLXg4fYsc). Created by Eli Ben-Naim Map of New Mexico showing counties with diagnosed cases of COVID-19 including the first confirmed case announced today in Los Alamos County. Created by Eli Ben-Naimlast_img

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