New and more virulent strain perhaps?Paddy Pumpkin wrote: ↑Wed Jan 20, 2021 6:09 pm The UK population density is 11 times that of Brazil (25 v 275 per square km). So with less people near each other then of course it won't spread. Although I am not sure why the comparison country vs country when the point is season vs season.
I asked why it is not disapperaing in the summer in Brazil and when you look at the graph the numbers are higher there than in winter there.
I am attaching a graph of South Africa. Is it disapperaing in summer there?
We can all play the numbers game as Google will throw up eventually the figures you need to suit your narrative .... as you see with the fact that Sao Paulo density 23,294 per square mile, Rio de Janiero density at 17,704 per sq mile both considerably more densely populated than London at only 13,210 per sq mile. So opposite to your statement as it is clearly More people near each other then it will spread more.