COVID-19 Snapshot Analysis

November 24, 2020

Andrew Coomes
2 min readNov 24, 2020

Recorded at 11:15am PST

Source: Johns Hopkins CSSE Global COVID-19 Dashboard


Deltas are since November 6 (18 days ago)

Global cases: 59.5M (Δ 10.4M)
Global deaths: 1.4M (Δ 160K)
Global case-fatality ratio: 2.4%
US cases: 12.4M (Δ 2.71M)
US deaths: 258K (Δ 22K)
US case-fatality ratio: 2.1%
Percentage of US population infected: 3.75% (roughly 1 in 27)

Daily new cases: Global (left), US (middle), and Oregon (right)


  • Globally, the third wave seems to be tapering off. That said, over half a million new cases are reported daily, with the advent of the holiday season upon us.
  • More than one fifth of all global cases occurred over the past 18 days.
  • More than one fourth of all US cases occurred over the same period.
  • In the US, the third wave is far steeper than the rest of the world, with a peak of 196K new cases on 11/20— nearly 30% of the world’s new cases that day.
  • On 11/19, COVID-19 claimed over 2,000 lives in the US, and 11,000 worldwide.

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