As you can see above, the province of Nova Scotia is now providing a graphical resprentation of the Covid-19 data. Further, the province has real laboratories, one of which processed an astounding 900 tests on Wednesday.
If journalists and lab technicians have the time, I think this is an accomplishment that derserves some coverage.
Turpin Laboratories, which is imaginary, will now find something else to do. Our staff are simply too exhausted to compete with the province.
Lastly, young whippersnappers take note: The province’s site has a breakdown Covid-19 cases by age group. You can no longer say you weren’t warned.
This post contains NS data on the Cover-19 outbreak here and will be updated regularly. You can see that as of April 1 a total of 173 cases had been reported. (Please note the name of this blog, Turpin Laboratories, was a tongue-in-cheek choice made during happier times. I am not a laboratory and possess no scientific expertise.) Everything below is presented for your reference only. Drawing conclusions from these data is is ill-advised unless you’re an expert. Further, you can see from the way the numbers jump around that predictions would be meaningless — especially, to paraphrase Yogi Berra, if they’re about future.