Pantheon Macroeconomics - The rate of growth of new coronavirus infections across Europe slowed yesterday, in some cases quite markedly. We can quibble about the reliability of the data in individual countries, given variations in testing regimes, but the picture is strikingly uniform.

U.S. | 23 Mar 2020 The Growth of European Covid-19 Cases Slowed Sharply Yesterday
The rate of growth of new coronavirus infections across Europe slowed yesterday, in some cases quite markedly. We can quibble about the reliability of the data in individual countries, given variations in testing regimes, but the picture is strikingly uniform.

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23 Mar 2020 The Growth of European Covid-19 Cases Slowed Sharply Yesterday

By Ian Shepherdson

The rate of growth of new coronavirus infections across Europe slowed yesterday, in some cases quite markedly. We can quibble about the reliability of the data in individual countries, given variations in testing regimes, but the picture is strikingly uniform.

Posted: 23rd Mar 2020 in 'U.S.'

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