COVID-19: NZ Cases currently linear

NZ COVID-19 Cases Linear

NZ Cases form a straight line
If this were the norm would be fine
What will be our fate
How long will we wait
Until the graph is not divine

Alan Grace
2 April 2020

New Zealand COVID-19 Cases (Cumulative) are currently linear
(a straight line).

This is the best possible outcome.

The equation of the straight line is:
y=70.65x – 1681.27 (2dp)
NZCasesChartLinear

Day Date
1 28-Feb
25 23-Mar
35 2-Apr

The columns are:
Day#                                 Number of Cases                    Straight line

25 102 84.98
26 155 155.63
27 205 226.28
28 283 296.93
29 368 367.58
30 451 438.23
31 514 508.88
32 589 579.53
33 647 650.18
34 708 720.83
35 797 791.48

New Zealand has been very lucky.

We cannot expect a linear result to last.

New Zealand currently only has one death from COVID-19.

Alan Grace
2 April 2020

My posts can be found here:
https://aaamazingphoenix.wordpress.com/tag/coronavirus/

Data for my posts can be found at:
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2020_coronavirus_pandemic_in_New_Zealand

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