CovidLaws // Compare

For the old timeline version, go here

For details on measure changes, click on vertical line/country codes.

With the reopenings it became nearly impossible to track the countries, as most switched to local measures.
Many measures are outdated now!

The preselected countries are mostly up to date, except Germany, which is hard to cover due rules on Bundesland level.



Countries (empty=all)

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Source Cases: J. Hopkins University


Source Re: ETH Zurich
Re estimation based on confirmed cases is used. With high test positivity rates, the estimates based on the case numbers may be too low.
This is the mean Re, for high/low, visit the Dashboard of ETH Zurich.
The methods used are explained here.

Development past week/week before (%)


Rise/Fall total cases past 7 days compared to one week ago. Value > 100 = Cases double in a week, 0 = constant growth, <0 growth slowing down.



Source Covid deaths: J. Hopkins University
A positivity rate higher then 5% is considered as a sign that there is not enough testing and a danger of loosing control. See this article from the John Hopkins University.


Source Positivity: Our World in data