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Kauaʻi's Cumulative Confirmed Cases (CCC)
CCC analysis of Kauai county
- [August 3, 2020] The first infection (called onset) was reported on March 16, 2020. After the onset, the CCC rapidly increased for two weeks and gradually reached a plateau state in another two weeks. The plateau state continued from mid-April to late May, i.e., for one and a half months. We observe that the second wave is initiated in early June (i.e., June 5, 2020), and continued until late July. Kauai's CCC's current stage seems to be unstable as it looks deviating from the second wave plateau as of August 3, 2020.
Kauaʻi's Cumulative Confirmed Deaths (CCD)
- [August 3, 2020] Currently, there are no confirmed deaths in Kauaʻi County.
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.