Gauteng Coronavirus Management calls for Gauteng to take control.

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The Barefoot ‘scientist’ is very critical of how the World is handling the Coronavirus and his finding are detailed in “Coronavirus Death Mystery” for those who have not read it yet.

My graph published on April 18, clearly showed that Gauteng positive cases were spiking in tandem with the National trend;

Gauteng Graph April 17
Gauteng Graph April 17

What Gauteng Coronavirus management has achieved since, is exceptional, follow the trend from the dotted circle, the Gauteng Seven Day Average trend, returned to the April 15 level, but more importantly, the seven day average trend, meets the actual daily infections yesterday, April 28.

Gauteng trend improves
Gauteng trend improves

One of the most important factors that requires the National Government to allow the Gauteng Province and the 15 million citizens of Gauteng to control their future, is that other provinces that are not performing, and in particular the Western Cape,  should not be allowed to negatively impact on the Gauteng Economy and the Gauteng population.

We have a look at the comparative graph;

Gauteng / National Graph
Gauteng / National Graph

On April 17, Gauteng follows the National spike,, and then, by the 19th April, the Gauteng curve flattens,  and the level of flattening is clearly seen as the Gauteng trend is constant, and the actual accumulated infections trend, ‘dark black’, moves from the 28,8% ratio line, as compared to the national trend.

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Cedric de la Harpe 

   

 

 

  

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