Some restrictions are more important than others. But which ones?
Many find it scary that governments plan to open lockdowns without first being sure about which restrictions were really important.
In this video we introduce a simple hypothesis: That the important restrictions might be those that were put in place in multiple countries right before the number of deaths started dropping, or actually with a predictable delay.
Corona #1: Which restrictions are more important than others?
In order to learn from other countries’ experiences, we need to use numbers that are reliable and comparable. In the next video we will explain the best way to track the pandemic by using the weekly multiplier of deaths.
Corona #2 — The best way to track the pandemic : The weekly multiplier of deaths
More info about the multiplier and links to downloads and data documentation: here.
Corona #3 — The delay from infection to death
More info about the delay and links to downloads and data documentation: here.
Corona #4 — When are Corona-deaths good news?
More info about when Corona-deaths are good news and links to downloads and data documentation: here.
Corona #5 — What death-numbers to not look at
Corona #6 — The timing of restrictions
Corona related misconceptions
We started testing peoples’ misunderstandings of Corona in March, and soon we’re publishing the results from our second round of surveys where we will see if some misunderstandings have become even more common.
People exaggerate the size of the global Corona Risk Group
The lockdown might not teach us much about Global Warming