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Sweden - Overview Alpha!Simplified overview of Sweden and in relation to our neighbouring countries. For more in depth views, use the above submenu for Sweden! Multiple sections below.
Confirmed vs. New (Simplified), alongside ItalySource: Johns Hopkins
The trend globally is to move from bottom left to the top right.
Upwards is the number of new cases per day. Rightward is the total number of confirmed cases. As a nation takes more actions to mitigate spread, it will for each day begin to slide down from the trend. Seen here, as an example, Iceland has moved down. Italy shown in red.
Nordics, including Italy, starting from the 10th reported deathSource: Johns Hopkins
A relative comparison between the nordic countries and Italy. The chart shows Deaths per million. The red area on this chart is the "delta", meaning change, from last data point, meaning the day before. This can be toggled in the legend to the left of the chart. The "staircase effect" for Sweden is related to delays in reporting. Each apparent step is a weekend.
RELATIVE - Sweden Regional per 100k citizenSource: FHM
Notice! - For this chart, I had to make corrections from the data in the FHM reports. The report for 2020-04-03 contained regional data set "Gotlands" Corrected this to be for "Gotland". Also all 0-values in that report were set as "null" instead of 0.
Sweden Age GroupsSource: FHM
Notice! - For this chart, I had to make corrections from the data in the FHM reports. Up until 2020-04-23 the later groups were noted as 80-90 and 90-later. From 2020-04-24 and onwards, 80-90 was changed to 80-89. This could mean that the data up to and including 2020-04-23 is different, or that it is just plain human error.
Nordics, including Italy, starting from the 10th confirmed caseSource: Johns Hopkins
A relative comparison between the nordic countries and Italy. The chart shows Active cases per million.
active = confirmed - deaths - recoveries
This is mainly indicative of different strategies and routines for reporting. Use the country names in the legend to the left to toggle lines and areas.