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Covid-19 is now clearly visible in flu/pneumonia stats

Two weeks ago I asked whether covid-19 was beginning to show up on the CDC’s FluView graphs. A week later I reported that the matter was no longer in doubt.

New versions of the graphs appeared today showing that covid-19 is now skyrocketing upward (red arrow). By next week covid-19 will be higher than the maximum reached by the flu in the past year even though covid-19 is barely getting started.

Week 12 (ends March 21). Red arrow added by Rob.

Source of graph: US CDC FluView

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