The development of the Covid-19 pandemic both in terms of geographical footprint and the growth of cases and fatalities has been the subject of opportune comment and provided the news media with constant and compelling feed. Because the media-reported current state and expected future outcomes show wide variation, modelling has been attempted here using an engineering differential model to provide an evidence-based statement of future expectations.
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