The charts in this chapter refer to the Corona pandemic from late 2019 and especially in 2020 with the SARS-CoV-2 corona virus. The coding according to ICD-10 is U07.1 COVID-19. We publish these statistics because we think that too little is being reported about the success of the pandemic. We were only able to find a few helpful and meaningful tables and graphics for this. With the charts shown here, we were able to get a much better picture of the situation. They are published here for free use. The source of the data is www.worldometers.info, who get their data from the WHO World Health Organization and local authorities, among others.
You can find more information about the virus and effective ways to protect yourself and others, for example why men should now wash dishes, on a subpage.
The chart below shows the total number of infected, recovered and deceased people as well as the current number of sick people.
The following chart shows the total number of infected, recovered and deceased people as well as the current number of sick people in a diagram with logarithmic ordinate. An unbraked, natural course can be recognized by a straight course. However, the effectiveness of countermeasures leads to a downward curve.