For example, a quantity growing by 7% every period in this case daily has a growth factor of 1 | |
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A growth factor above 1 indicates an increase, whereas one which remains between 0 and 1 it is a sign of decline, with the quantity eventually becoming zero, whereas a growth factor constantly above 1 could signal exponential growth | We will distribute these cases over the correct period once the analysis being conducted by the WHO with China's NHC is completed |

This figure therefore includes deaths and recovered or discharged patients cases with an outcome.

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- See also: Growth Factor of Daily New Cases Growth factor is the factor by which a quantity multiplies itself over time
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- The charts below show daily and total case trends
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- Data is added, and charts updated, after the close of the day GMT+0

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