Via an Anglican Prayer Blog, we have an alarming exponential growth curve . . .
Note: the graph below is my own work, based on the data in the WHO Ebola situation reports. It shows cumulative reported cases of Ebola in each West African country, and in total, since the outbreak began in March 2014.
I’ve been looking tonight at the latest WHO report on Ebola in West Africa (October 10, 2014), and I took the time to update my spreadsheet where I’ve been tracking the cumulative number of cases each week. The data is just scary.
- In Liberia: 2000 new cases in the past 4 weeks
- In Sierra Leone: 2000 new cases in 6 weeks, (but they’re now on pace for 2000 cases in the next 27 days if current case rates continue.)
- It took 4 1/2 months (from beginning of March to mid-July) to reach 1000 total cases.
- It then took only a month for the number of cases to…
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