A plot of Covid19 varieties.
I found this web side fascinating. An open-source project that “aims to provide a real-time snapshot of evolving pathogen populations and to provide interactive data visualizations to virologists, epidemiologists, public health officials and citizen scientists”.
- The first image is post June 11; that was the day that we recorded no new cases. The major cluster is to the right, with a cluster of NSW cases (smaller darker dots) along side.
- Both states have other scatterd cases, possibly returning citizens in hotel quarantine.
- The second image is March 1 to June 10, that is the first wave. Note the much wider spread of genomics. They came from all over.
- More recently, Victoria seems to have stopped reporting around July 20, as is evident in the picture below, but more obvious at the site.