Cyclical Behavior and Connection between Recovered and Sick COVID 19 Patients Worldwide

  • Tetiana Вludova, Nataliia Savchuk, Nadiia Skliar, Svitlana Usherenko, Pavlo Verba

Abstract

The article presents an approximation of the dynamic parabola of the ratio of serious and critical cases to the total number of patients with COVID-19 in the world with short-term prognosis. The purpose of the article is to study the statistical material and to search for patterns and relationships of indicators, which will help us understand the global trend of fight against the COVID-19. Gradual reduction of the number of critical cases is proven due to the development of new methods and implementation of strategies to defeat COVID-19 worldwide. The analysis clearly shows structure and correlation between the number of recovered patients and total COVID-19 patients in relative terms to the number of all infected by COVID-19 in the world, and this relationship is shown to be close and inverted. The cyclical nature of the behavior of such interconnections is proved, which testifies both to the natural and objective regularity. The proposed study results will help medics and government in all countries to better cope with the problem and prepare in advance for the outbreak of disease.

Published
2020-03-30
How to Cite
Tetiana Вludova, Nataliia Savchuk, Nadiia Skliar, Svitlana Usherenko, Pavlo Verba. (2020). Cyclical Behavior and Connection between Recovered and Sick COVID 19 Patients Worldwide. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(3), 11970 -. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/29888
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