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Considered this thread to be the best place for this, move if you wish Sam. I didn't want to create a thread. On topic but national.

A friend on another forum has been making data charts based upon WHO figures on Google sheets. Below is a screengrab of just recent day on day increases which shows Spain, as well as many other countries in an encouraging light.

The green is less than 5%
Yellow 5-10%
Red, above 10%

What you are seeing here is just a very small portion of the overall, if you wish to see the complete charts, you'll find those here, https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1...=215870139  

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Depending on which browser you are using, the chart buttons may appear either on top or bottom of your screen, Firefox in windows is at the bottom whereas Silk you'll find at the top.
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Would you mind posting this every couple of days or so. Move to another thread maybe.
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Thanks for sharing Milestone, new thread it is Smile It's nice to see the colours getting better almost everywhere.
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(08-04-2020, 06:48 PM)Sam Wrote: Thanks for sharing Milestone, new thread it is Smile It's nice to see the colours getting better almost everywhere.

Thanks Sam. I shall update as and when my pal updates.
Were you able to access and navigate around successfully?
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(08-04-2020, 06:55 PM)milestone 11 Wrote: ...
I shall update as and when my pal updates...

That would be great.

(08-04-2020, 06:55 PM)milestone 11 Wrote: ...
Were you able to access and navigate around successfully?

No issue, using Firefox.
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I was concerned that we may have just tipped into the yellow zone, thankfully not. We are a little higher than yesterday's figures but still comfortably green. Definitely put that down to Efecto Martes.
As with yesterday, full details can be found here. (live link)

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Reported figures for today show lowest increase since 22nd March.
Latest Updates
April 9 (GMT)
alert 4226 new cases and 446 new deaths in Spain [source]
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Reported figures in Spain today. Further additions are made during the ensuing 24 hours by worldometers so sometimes there is a disparity in the figures the following day.
April 10 (GMT)
3800 new cases and 396 new deaths in Spain [source]
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Still in the green today which is comforting. The exponential growth continues to slow. Hopefully, the long weekend will not skew figures early next week, there is always that possibility.
Access to all of the charts, as before, here, (live link)

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My post with the worldometers address was deleted, and I've no idea why.
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