Data for this page courtesy of the New York Times https://github.com/nytimes/covid-19-data
|Datum ||Value||Where on Graph|
|Jurisdiction ||Alabama |
|Population ||4.903 million||blue horizontal line|
|Confirmed Cases ||17,360||black line starting lower left |
|Deaths ||618||violet line starting lower left |
|Precent of Population Infected||0.354 % |
|Cases Growth Rate ||doubling every 25.8 days||light blue trend line|
|Deaths Growth Rate ||doubling every 33.6 days||dark blue trend line|
|Predicted 1% of Population ||39 days (7-8-2020)||intersection of blue trend line with yellow horizontal line|
|Predicted 10% of Population ||124 days (10-1-2020)||intersection of blue trend line with red horizontal line|
The graph above is on a logarithmic scale. Each line on the vertical axis represents ten times as many confirmed COVID-19 cases.
Each line on the horizontal axis represents two weeks.
Alabama has a population of 4.903 million people.
This is represented by the blue horizontal line on the graph above.
The curve starting at the lower left represents the number of cases found in Alabama.
The number of cases in Alabama is 17,360 and doubling every 25.8 days.
The light blue line at the end shows where the number of cases will be up to 30 days out, based on trends over the last four days.
The yellow horizontal line represents 1% of the population (49,030).
If present trends continue, there will this many cases in Alabama in 39 days, which will be on 7-8-2020
The red horizontal line represents 10% of the population (490,300).
If present trends continue, there will this many cases in Alabama in 124 days, which will be on 10-1-2020