posted on Apr, 14 2020 @ 02:47 PM
Yes, these graphs and the graphs in the media almost show a perfect progression.
Way back when I did a lot of fraud auditing and I learned no issues are a red flag.
These graphs shouldn't be so perfect because testing widely varied over time and between countries. Remember that big change in China when they
changed their criteria for considering someone infected?
You should STILL be seeing more major blips like these.
I see all these nice graphs showing progression when it's the testing and that's progressing. Here in Illinois they went from testing only people who
were in China, then people with symptoms who were near someone with the virus, then healthcare workers, older people, people with symptoms, and the
finally the general population.