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The war of united states of america with COVID-19
International Journal of Current Research and Review ; 12(16):18-28, 2020.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-830315
ABSTRACT

Aim:

The objective of this research is to explore the current state of COVID-19 pandemic at the United States of America and understand how the COVID-19 spread across various states in the county and the possible influencers to the highest number of positive cases and mortality rates. The secondary aim of the research is to predict the confirmed cases and death rates for the forthcoming days for the USA. Sample, Technique and

Methods:

For this research, we have used the data from 20 January 2020 to 17 July 2020. For forecasting the number of COVID-19 cases for the United States America, we have used FORECAST.ETS function in Microsoft Excel. The prediction calculated till 31 August 2020.

Results:

From the forecasting analysis for the United States of America, by the end of August, as on 31 August 2020, the number of cumulative confirmed cases may reach up to 6419049 (64.2 lakhs). If the situation is good, it can be controlled at 5888853(58.8 lakhs), and it may go up to 6949245(69.4 lakhs) if the scenario goes bad. By 31 August 2020, the number of cumulative death cases may go up to 166945 in the typical scenario, and however, it may reach up to 202566 if the COVID-19 situation goes wrong due to various reasons.

Conclusion:

There are numerous combined initiatives from the government authorities to control, treat and prevent COVID-19 at the United States of America. But still, the number of confirmed and death rates are increasing in an uncontrolled manner since it is identified in the USA. Various countries have managed the COVID-19 situation better. The USA needs to interact and learn the best practices from the nations who were able to control better. Forecasting is a powerful tool in the pandemic management which needs to be formulated strategically. © 2020, Radiance Research Academy. All rights reserved.

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Full text: Available Collection: Databases of international organizations Database: Scopus Type of study: Clinical Practice Guide Language: English Journal: International Journal of Current Research and Review Year: 2020 Document Type: Article