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Regarding the Podcast, I have England family as well and have been comparing covid stats all year – I basically came to the same conclusion as you except I started trying to incorporate a density (of people) factor. Much trickier of course. In England you can nominate a specific post code like NE15 for example to identify specific area covid cases (although sometimes you may require the whole 8 digits eg NE15 xxxx). Leads to a lot of research.
re density – popn of england and uk = 67million (that cant be right??), popn of london = 9.5 million, popn of newcastle uk = 453,000, popn of nsw = 8.2 million. Now I need sq kms of each to get popn density. Of course I am totally discounting high rise variance in all this.
Now where is my spreadsheet…….. then again how trust worthy are these source online stats I am using.
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