Numbers can trip you up during pandemic: Here are 4 tips to help you figure out tricky stats

By Ellen Peters

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So instead of 1 in 390 versus 1 in 665, you can compare 26 in 10,000 versus 15 in 10,000.

OMG, on that level... I would just only compare 390 with 665 in such a case. lol

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No one believes these stats anymore. Just ridiculous!

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Good article.

On the block where we live, many have come down with Covid-19, and four have died, that I know of.

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In Japan, the most important number for government officials appears to be how many Summer Olympics are scheduled to happen this year.

That number is 1, which most medical experts agree is way too many.

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