Ebola: [New] Updated Charts

Last Update: 25 September 2014 [Charts]
Current Update: 8 October 2014 [Data Source]

lcr_10.9 daily_epicurve_10.9 monthly_epicurve_10.9scale_10.9cumulative_10.9Note: Growth in Liberia appears to be slowing down, but this is more likely to be an artifact of an overwhelmed healthcare system than an indicator of reduced transmission. (Read: Just because case ascertainment is plateauing doesn’t mean that cases aren’t occurring. Instead, it might mean that hospitals are at capacity and are turning patients away without diagnosing them, resulting in under-reporting.)

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