covids

DateDayNew InfectedTotal InfectedNew DeathsTotal DeathsPopulation Alive
2020-01-01022007,727,439,400
2020-01-111057007,727,439,400
2020-01-21201218117,727,439,399
2020-01-31302844237,727,439,397
2020-02-104064103587,727,439,392
2020-02-205014423611197,727,439,381
2020-03-016031853024437,727,439,357
2020-03-11706901,16753967,727,439,304
2020-03-21801,4702,5241132097,727,439,191
2020-03-31903,0725,3572394487,727,438,952
2020-04-101006,29811,1594969447,727,438,456
2020-04-2011012,65922,8081,0101,9547,727,437,446
2020-04-3012024,93845,7322,0143,9687,727,435,432
2020-05-1013048,13089,9243,9387,9067,727,431,494
2020-05-2014090,966173,3487,54215,4487,727,423,952
2020-05-30150168,287327,49014,14529,5937,727,409,807
2020-06-09160304,599606,12225,96755,5607,727,383,840
2020-06-19170539,1401,098,62846,634102,1947,727,337,206
2020-06-29180932,7121,949,44581,895184,0897,727,255,311
2020-07-091901,576,2833,385,168140,560324,6497,727,114,751
2020-07-192002,600,8675,750,381235,654560,3037,726,879,097
2020-07-292104,187,3969,552,068385,709946,0127,726,493,388
2020-08-082206,574,21215,510,314615,9661,561,9787,725,877,422
2020-08-1823010,058,54424,609,680959,1782,521,1567,724,918,244
2020-08-2824014,987,23138,141,4401,455,4713,976,6277,723,462,773
2020-09-0725021,731,48557,722,2572,150,6686,127,2957,721,312,105
2020-09-1726030,641,39485,271,2613,092,3909,219,6857,718,219,715
2020-09-2727041,978,710122,926,4704,323,50113,543,1867,713,896,214
2020-10-0728055,831,684172,885,3325,872,82219,416,0087,708,023,392
2020-10-1729072,022,872237,164,3497,743,85527,159,8637,700,279,537
2020-10-2730090,028,590317,289,7949,903,14537,063,0087,690,376,392
2020-11-06310108,934,594413,953,49112,270,89749,333,9057,678,105,495
2020-11-16320127,453,475526,689,90214,717,06464,050,9697,663,388,431
2020-11-26330144,022,427653,646,30917,066,02081,116,9897,646,322,411
2020-12-06340156,984,445791,518,97819,111,776100,228,7657,627,210,635
2020-12-16350164,833,667935,709,19020,643,455120,872,2207,606,567,180
2020-12-26360166,482,0041,080,713,36721,477,827142,350,0477,585,089,353
2021-01-05370161,487,5441,220,708,08421,492,827163,842,8747,563,596,526
2021-01-15380150,183,4161,350,237,24320,654,257184,497,1317,542,942,269
2021-01-25390133,663,2401,464,872,24419,028,239203,525,3707,523,914,030
2021-02-04400113,613,7541,561,711,26116,774,737220,300,1077,507,139,293
2021-02-1441092,027,1411,639,616,21214,122,190234,422,2977,493,017,103
2021-02-2442070,860,8991,699,148,57011,328,541245,750,8387,481,688,562
2021-03-0643051,728,4561,742,239,0828,637,944254,388,7827,473,050,618
2021-03-1644035,692,6351,771,688,0926,243,625260,632,4077,466,806,993
2021-03-2645023,200,2131,790,623,0354,265,270264,897,6777,462,541,723
2021-04-0546014,152,1301,802,030,5802,744,585267,642,2627,459,797,138
2021-04-154708,066,7141,808,440,0801,657,214269,299,4767,458,139,924
2021-04-254804,275,3581,811,780,506934,932270,234,4087,457,204,992
2021-05-054902,094,9251,813,385,047490,384270,724,7927,456,714,608

Available shortcode (also with Gutenberg block alternatives):

Used to display a table of estimated spreading of a viral pandemic. You can use the following shortcode parameters:
‘starting_population’ => The population to start the ecuation with. Default:’7727439400′
‘unkillable_elite_in_bunkers’ => The population that will not die. Default:’50000′
‘start_date’ => The date when the pandemic starts. Default:’01-01-2020′
‘initial_infections’ => The count of the initially infected people. Default:’2′
‘infection_rate’ => The rate of infection – how many newly infected people each infected will generate. Default:’2.45′
‘incubation_days’ => The incubation period of the disease (in days). Default:’10’
‘mortality_rate’ => The mortality rate of the disease (in percentage). Default:’3′
‘mortality_complicator’ => The mortality complicator of the disease (in percentage). This kicks in when many new infected are being generated in a short period of time (no more free space in hospitals). Default:’10’
‘burnout_rate’ => The rate after which the disease will be stopped (cured or self contained) – (in percentage). Default:’4′
‘iteration_count’ => The number of iterations to display. Default:’50’
‘date_format’ => The format of the date. Default:’Y-m-d’
‘header_texts’ => A comma separated list of header texts for the table. Default:’Date,Day,New Infected,Total Infected,New Deaths,Total Deaths’
‘thousands_sep’ => The ‘thousand’ separator for numbers. Default:’,’


Used to display a chart to display and compare values for estimated new infected cases and new deaths for a time period, of a viral pandemic. You can use the following shortcode parameters:
‘starting_population’ => The population to start the ecuation with. Default:’7727439400′
‘unkillable_elite_in_bunkers’ => The population that will not die. Default:’50000′
‘start_date’ => The date when the pandemic starts. Default:’01-01-2020′
‘initial_infections’ => The count of the initially infected people. Default:’2′
‘infection_rate’ => The rate of infection – how many newly infected people each infected will generate. Default:’2.45′
‘incubation_days’ => The incubation period of the disease (in days). Default:’10’
‘mortality_rate’ => The mortality rate of the disease (in percentage). Default:’3′
‘mortality_complicator’ => The mortality complicator of the disease (in percentage). This kicks in when many new infected are being generated in a short period of time (no more free space in hospitals). Default:’10’
‘burnout_rate’ => The rate after which the disease will be stopped (cured or self contained) – (in percentage). Default:’4′
‘iteration_count’ => The number of iterations to display. Default:’50’
‘date_format’ => The format of the date. Default:’Y-m-d’
‘align’ => The alignment of the graph. Default:’alignright’
‘margin’ => The margin size of the graph. Default:’5px 20px’
‘datalabels’ => A comma separated list of labels for the top of the graph. Default:’New Infected, New Deaths’
‘canvaswidth’ => The width of the canvas of the graph. Default:’625′
‘canvasheight’ => The height of the canvas of the graph. Default:’625′
‘width’ => The width of the graph. Default:’100%’
‘height’ => The height of the graph. Default:’auto’
‘relativewidth’ => Enable relative width. Default:’1′
‘classn’ => Additional class for the graph. Default:”
‘colors’ => A comma separated list of colors for graph elements. Default:’#69D2E7,#a0a48C,#F38630,#96CE7F,#CEBC17,#CE4264′
‘fillopacity’ => The opacity of the color filling of graph elements. Default:’0.7′
‘animation’ => Enable animations for the graph. Default:’true’
‘scalefontsize’ => The size of the fonts, scaled. Default:’12’
‘scalefontcolor’ => The color of the fonts. Default:’#666′
‘scaleoverride’ => The override for fonts. Default:’false’
‘scalesteps’ => The steps for fonts (advanced). Default:’null’
‘scalestepwidth’ => The step width for fonts (advanced). Default:’null’
‘scalestartvalue’ => The step start value for fonts (advanced). Default:’null’

Used to display a chart to display and compare values for estimated total infected cases and total deaths for a time period, of a viral pandemic. You can use the following shortcode parameters:
‘starting_population’ => The population to start the ecuation with. Default:’7727439400′
‘unkillable_elite_in_bunkers’ => The population that will not die. Default:’50000′
‘start_date’ => The date when the pandemic starts. Default:’01-01-2020′
‘initial_infections’ => The count of the initially infected people. Default:’2′
‘infection_rate’ => The rate of infection – how many newly infected people each infected will generate. Default:’2.45′
‘incubation_days’ => The incubation period of the disease (in days). Default:’10’
‘mortality_rate’ => The mortality rate of the disease (in percentage). Default:’3′
‘mortality_complicator’ => The mortality complicator of the disease (in percentage). This kicks in when many new infected are being generated in a short period of time (no more free space in hospitals). Default:’10’
‘burnout_rate’ => The rate after which the disease will be stopped (cured or self contained) – (in percentage). Default:’4′
‘iteration_count’ => The number of iterations to display. Default:’50’
‘date_format’ => The format of the date. Default:’Y-m-d’
‘align’ => The alignment of the graph. Default:’alignright’
‘margin’ => The margin size of the graph. Default:’5px 20px’
‘datalabels’ => A comma separated list of labels for the top of the graph. Default:’Total Infected, Total Deaths’
‘canvaswidth’ => The width of the canvas of the graph. Default:’625′
‘canvasheight’ => The height of the canvas of the graph. Default:’625′
‘width’ => The width of the graph. Default:’100%’
‘height’ => The height of the graph. Default:’auto’
‘relativewidth’ => Enable relative width. Default:’1′
‘classn’ => Additional class for the graph. Default:”
‘colors’ => A comma separated list of colors for graph elements. Default:’#69D2E7,#a0a48C,#F38630,#96CE7F,#CEBC17,#CE4264′
‘fillopacity’ => The opacity of the color filling of graph elements. Default:’0.7′
‘animation’ => Enable animations for the graph. Default:’true’
‘scalefontsize’ => The size of the fonts, scaled. Default:’12’
‘scalefontcolor’ => The color of the fonts. Default:’#666′
‘scaleoverride’ => The override for fonts. Default:’false’
‘scalesteps’ => The steps for fonts (advanced). Default:’null’
‘scalestepwidth’ => The step width for fonts (advanced). Default:’null’
‘scalestartvalue’ => The step start value for fonts (advanced). Default:’null’

Used to display a chart to display the amount of population decline, for a time period, in case of a viral pandemic. You can use the following shortcode parameters:
‘starting_population’ => The population to start the ecuation with. Default:’7727439400′
‘unkillable_elite_in_bunkers’ => The population that will not die. Default:’50000′
‘start_date’ => The date when the pandemic starts. Default:’01-01-2020′
‘initial_infections’ => The count of the initially infected people. Default:’2′
‘infection_rate’ => The rate of infection – how many newly infected people each infected will generate. Default:’2.45′
‘incubation_days’ => The incubation period of the disease (in days). Default:’10’
‘mortality_rate’ => The mortality rate of the disease (in percentage). Default:’3′
‘mortality_complicator’ => The mortality complicator of the disease (in percentage). This kicks in when many new infected are being generated in a short period of time (no more free space in hospitals). Default:’10’
‘burnout_rate’ => The rate after which the disease will be stopped (cured or self contained) – (in percentage). Default:’4′
‘iteration_count’ => The number of iterations to display. Default:’50’
‘date_format’ => The format of the date. Default:’Y-m-d’
‘align’ => The alignment of the graph. Default:’alignright’
‘margin’ => The margin size of the graph. Default:’5px 20px’
‘datalabels’ => A comma separated list of labels for the top of the graph. Default:’Population Decline’
‘canvaswidth’ => The width of the canvas of the graph. Default:’625′
‘canvasheight’ => The height of the canvas of the graph. Default:’625′
‘width’ => The width of the graph. Default:’100%’
‘height’ => The height of the graph. Default:’auto’
‘relativewidth’ => Enable relative width. Default:’1′
‘classn’ => Additional class for the graph. Default:”
‘colors’ => A comma separated list of colors for graph elements. Default:’#69D2E7,#a0a48C,#F38630,#96CE7F,#CEBC17,#CE4264′
‘fillopacity’ => The opacity of the color filling of graph elements. Default:’0.7′
‘animation’ => Enable animations for the graph. Default:’true’
‘scalefontsize’ => The size of the fonts, scaled. Default:’12’
‘scalefontcolor’ => The color of the fonts. Default:’#666′
‘scaleoverride’ => The override for fonts. Default:’false’
‘scalesteps’ => The steps for fonts (advanced). Default:’null’
‘scalestepwidth’ => The step width for fonts (advanced). Default:’null’
‘scalestartvalue’ => The step start value for fonts (advanced). Default:’null’

Used to display a chart to display the amount of total deaths count, for a time period, in case of a viral pandemic. You can use the following shortcode parameters:
‘starting_population’ => The population to start the ecuation with. Default:’7727439400′
‘unkillable_elite_in_bunkers’ => The population that will not die. Default:’50000′
‘start_date’ => The date when the pandemic starts. Default:’01-01-2020′
‘initial_infections’ => The count of the initially infected people. Default:’2′
‘infection_rate’ => The rate of infection – how many newly infected people each infected will generate. Default:’2.45′
‘incubation_days’ => The incubation period of the disease (in days). Default:’10’
‘mortality_rate’ => The mortality rate of the disease (in percentage). Default:’3′
‘mortality_complicator’ => The mortality complicator of the disease (in percentage). This kicks in when many new infected are being generated in a short period of time (no more free space in hospitals). Default:’10’
‘burnout_rate’ => The rate after which the disease will be stopped (cured or self contained) – (in percentage). Default:’4′
‘iteration_count’ => The number of iterations to display. Default:’50’
‘date_format’ => The format of the date. Default:’Y-m-d’
‘align’ => The alignment of the graph. Default:’alignright’
‘margin’ => The margin size of the graph. Default:’5px 20px’
‘datalabels’ => A comma separated list of labels for the top of the graph. Default:’Total Deaths’
‘canvaswidth’ => The width of the canvas of the graph. Default:’625′
‘canvasheight’ => The height of the canvas of the graph. Default:’625′
‘width’ => The width of the graph. Default:’100%’
‘height’ => The height of the graph. Default:’auto’
‘relativewidth’ => Enable relative width. Default:’1′
‘classn’ => Additional class for the graph. Default:”
‘colors’ => A comma separated list of colors for graph elements. Default:’#69D2E7,#a0a48C,#F38630,#96CE7F,#CEBC17,#CE4264′
‘fillopacity’ => The opacity of the color filling of graph elements. Default:’0.7′
‘animation’ => Enable animations for the graph. Default:’true’
‘scalefontsize’ => The size of the fonts, scaled. Default:’12’
‘scalefontcolor’ => The color of the fonts. Default:’#666′
‘scaleoverride’ => The override for fonts. Default:’false’
‘scalesteps’ => The steps for fonts (advanced). Default:’null’
‘scalestepwidth’ => The step width for fonts (advanced). Default:’null’
‘scalestartvalue’ => The step start value for fonts (advanced). Default:’null’

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