@Munchie63 said in PL Keen On Behind Doors Finish To Season In June/Jul:
they were using 5pm to 5pm data to fit with press conferences but switched to actual daily data...midnight to midnight
tbh does the data matter ?
we all know its sadly hundreds of people.
Eh, it was at 9am according to dashboard. Honestly the method doesn't really matter. Everyone knows its not going to be perfect, what matters is they use consistent methodology and stick to it.
Still struggling to understand.
The contagion rate is 2.5 ish. Once it gets below 1.0 then new cases should drop. If it gets to 0.5 it should drop a lot. Surely with lock down, social interaction is down to about 10 percent of what it was. So shouldn't infection rate be down to about somewhere between 0.1 and 0.5 which should mean we should have it under control.
Not too alarmed by UK figures due to the lag but bit scary Italy figures haven't nosedive as they have been in lock down for ages. Is there something we have missed? How are lock down infections happening to current rates. Is it the people still working, supermarkets or some sort of stealth infection? Or was the 2.5 figure really 20?