John’s spread sheet tracks the number of infections and deaths worldwide – so far he follows 21 countries. His metric is when a country hit 30,000 cases.
He also tracks the data for 30 states in the US – added when they hit 8000 cases. He uses the Johns Hopkins website as his source.
As you can tell, we look at this pandemic is very different ways – he is big picture while I am more locally focused.
As you can tell, the US is a primary contributor to the world count of cases. We haven’t reached the flat part of the curve yet. Italy seems to have flattened. Russia looks like it is having dramatic increases in cases, confirmed by news reports.