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Honolulu's Cumulative Confirmed Cases (CCC)
CCC analysis of Honolulu county
- [August 3, 2020] A significant concern is that the Honolulu CCC seems to enter an unstable stage that shows an irregular growth pattern started in the fourth week of July 2020. As of today (August 3, 2020), it is hard to predict the next phase of Honolulu's second wave confidently, but there is a high probability that the third wave can start (or already started) in this middle of the second wave. The daily fluctuation of new occurrences is observed, and it should be considered as a much higher risk than a conventional increase. In the sense of statistical physics, timely unstable or fluctuating trends often accompany entering unprecedented phases.
Honolulu's Cumulative Confirmed Deaths (CCD)
CCCD analysis of Honolulu county
- [August 3, 2020] Honolulu has one of two counties having COVID-19-caused death. The total deaths occurred in the state of Hawai'i is 25 as of August 1, 2020. States having similar populations to Hawai'i have the following COVID-19-related deaths: Nebraska (338), West Virginia (117), Idaho (197), New Hampshire (417), Maine (124), Rhode Island (1,010), and Montana (64).
All data shown is obtained at usafacts.org/visualizations/coronavirus-covid-19-spread-map/. This website allows us to gather daily statistics of confirmed cases across the Hawaiian Islands, which allows us to mathematically predict the outcome of future cases.