On September 10, I wrote a piece about statistics and the world's view of events based on it. By clicking on the link it can be read .. 'Covid-19 and the lies of statistics'

19 days have now passed. I thought it would be interesting to compare the September 10 ratio data with today's numbers. So from September 29, 2020.

'I am interested in countries around Spain and I also have assets and family in Canada and daughters who live in the Netherlands and Belgium, so I follow those statistics closely.

Because of what politics presents, you can no longer see the wood for the trees and that may be an intended side effect of politics.

Spain is a tourist country par excellence, so are Italy and Portugal, moreover they enjoy approximately the same climate. There fore it must be possible to compare matters there. Not all countries have performed the same amount of tests and not all populations are the same. Portugal is the smallest of the three in terms of population. Therefore, you have to look at a few factors.

I looked at many numbers and decided to plot the population against the number of cases and compare that with the number of tests. I have decided to arrive at an expression of ratio. For example, la car drives 10 miles to a gallon, I want to find a method to express how many cases per capita population, so for example in the US the ratio is 1 in 51. Which means that 1 in 51 is infected (this was just an example ). '

As of today,** 10-9 2020**, the number of cases for Spain is 543 379 according to the Worldometer that is updated every 24 hours at midnight (0 hours) GMT in a statistic that keeps 213 countries.

Spain so 543 379 .. population. 46 758 325 .. tested 9 987 326 .. died 29 628

Portugal 61 541 .. population 10 190 843 ... tested 2 186 824 ... died 1849

Italy 281 583 .. population 60 444 341 .. tested 9 460 203 .. died 35 577

If we divide the population of Spain by the number of cases, we arrive at a ratio of **1 in 86**

If we divide the population of Portugal by the number of cases, we arrive at a ratio of **1 in 156**

If we divide the population of Italy by the number of cases we get a ratio of**1 in 214**

We see a number of things in these three comparisons. Spain is the worst off and Italy tests less compared to Spain, but Portugal has a worse ratio than Italy. ' -&-

As of today, September 29, 2020, the number of cases for Spain is 748 266 according to the Worldometer that is updated every 24 hours at midnight (0 hours) GMT in a statistic that keeps 213 countries.

Spain so 748 266 .. population. 46 758 325 .. tested .. 12 723 989 died 31 411

Portugal 74 717 .. population 10 190 843 ... tested 2 553 085 ... died 1963

Italy 313 011 .. population 60 444 341 .. tested 11 228 358 .. died 35 875

If we divide the population of Spain by the number of cases, we arrive at a ratio of** 1 in 62**

If we divide the population of Portugal by the number of cases, we arrive at a ratio of **1 in 136**

If we divide the population of Italy by the number of cases we arrive at a ratio of**1 in 193**

We see a number of things in these three comparisons. Spain comes out worst and Italy tests less compared to Spain, but Portugal has a worse ratio than Italy. ' We also see when we compare the date of September 11 with that of September 29, 2020 today that there is a deterioration here in every country. '

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**September 10, 2020**

What about the Netherlands and Belgium?

Netherlands 77 688 cases .. population 17 142 267 .. tested..1 832 451 died 6246

Belgium 89 691 cases .. population 11 599 414 .. tested..2 466 280 died 9,917

If we divide the population of the Netherlands by the number of cases, we arrive at a ratio of **1 in 220**

If we divide the population of Belgium by the number of cases, we arrive at a ratio of **1 to 129**

We see that Belgium tests more than the Netherlands that there are more fatalities on a smaller population. The ratio speaks volumes. '

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September 29, 2020

What about the Netherlands and Belgium?

Netherlands 117 551 cases .. population 17 142 267 .. tested..2 449 577 died 6393

Belgium 115 353 cases .. population 11 599 414 .. tested..3 157 882 died 9987

If we divide the population of the Netherlands by the number of cases, we arrive at a ratio of **1 to 145**

If we divide the population of Belgium by the number of cases, we arrive at a ratio of **1 to 100**

We see that Belgium tests more than the Netherlands that there are more fatalities on a smaller population. The ratio speaks volumes. If you compare each date September 11, 2020 with today, September 29, 2020, we see that both countries are going well into the wrong direction. '

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If we compare Canada and the USA as of **September 10, 2020:**

Canada 134 294 .. population .. 37 805 729 .. tested .. 5 929 848 died 9155

US 6 549 475 population..331 378 104.tested: 89,283,072.died 195 239

If we divide the population of Canada by the number of cases, we get a ratio of **1 to 281**

If we divide the population of the USA by the number of cases, we get a ratio of**1 in 50**.

Canada is doing well compared to other countries, better than the aforementioned countries, perhaps due to the spread of the population over a large area. Taking this into account, the Netherlands is doing well, a large population in a small area.

Spain is doing downright poorly with contamination cases that increase daily by about 8 to 9,000.

She is the leader in Europe. One reason may be the seasonal workers, but that cannot explain the figures in the major cities

It has since become known that black people and men are more susceptible to the virus.

Does that explain the shockingly high number in the Us? Not with regard to the dark population which is: 13. 4% where the white group is 76.3%, the rest are native groups.

49.2% of the US population is male, that's almost half of the population, that doesn't explain the difference in cases from other countries.

A lot of research will still have to be done before clarity can be obtained about the 'breeding grounds' of the virus

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The state of affairs today, September 29, 2020

Canada 156 655 .. population .. 37 805 729 .. tested .. 7,220,108 died 9 289

US 7 373 784 population..331 378 104.tested: 105 514 875.died 210 102

If we divide the population of Canada by the number of cases, we arrive at a ratio of** 1 in 242**

If we divide the population of the US by the number of cases, we get a ratio of**1 in 44**

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Here too a deterioration, the US takes the cake in the number of cases, deaths and ratio ratio '

Stay safe , God Bless!

San Daniel 29 September 2020.

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