When facing events with increasing tendencies and global capacities, events disruptive to our health, to our society and the economy, managing them, analyzing them and helping in the process of finding solutions that will decrease these events and their impact, is crucial.
The worldwide outbreak of COVID-19 at the moment is reaching more than 81,100 people in China alone, where the outbreak originated, so the full number of confirmed cases globally is more than 185,041.
The number of people confirmed to have died as a result of the virus at the moment is more than 8000.
The virus has been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization, meaning that it is spreading rapidly all around the world. So far, 156 countries have confirmed cases.
At the moment the epicenter of the virus is Europe, with the largest number of confirmed cases in Italy, approximately 31500 cases.
The number of deaths in Europe are growing even more rapidly than they did in China at the same stage of the outbreak. Our main objective, by showing this process of Compared Analysis and Forecasts, is to aggregate the existing research, bring together all of the relevant data, and allow everyone who reads this to understand how important is the early research of the coronavirus outbreak.
See the full analysis and forecasts on the following link: https://seavus.com/newsroom/post/covid-19-analysis-forecast