Estimates of the population that is sick with COVID-19 in Brazil
(See https://coronasurveys.org/data/ for the description of the estimators.)
Estimates of the population that is sick with COVID-19 in each state of Brazil
- UMD CLI: Ratio of responses that have reported COVID-like illness (CLI). COVID-like illness: fever, along with cough, shortness of breath, or difficulty breathing.
- UMD CLI WHO: Ratio of responses that have reported fever, cough, and fatigue (https://www.who.int/news-room/q-a-detail/coronavirus-disease-covid-19).
- UMD CLI Indirect: Ratio of reported cases with CLI symptoms via indirect reporting. These are the cases reported by answering YES to the question (1) “Do you personally know anyone in your local community who is sick with a fever and either a cough or difficulty breathing?” and answering the question (2) “How many people do you know with these symptoms?” The ratio is obtained by dividing the number of cases by the number of responses multiplied by the estimated average “reach” (see https://coronasurveys.org/participation/).
- UMD anosmia: Ratio of YES resposes to the question “In the last 24 hours, have you had any of the following? Loss of smell or taste.” (This estimator is not currently shown in the plots. Can be found in https://github.com/GCGImdea/coronasurveys/blob/master/data/estimates-symptom-survey/region/EC-estimate.csv.)
(The raw data is available in https://github.com/GCGImdea/coronasurveys/blob/master/data/estimates-symptom-survey/region/BR-estimate.csv.)