COVID-19 Data Is Missing A Lot Of People — And Raising Questions
When is data good data? That's an important question – especially after a year of watching COVID statistics being lobbed around by the minute. We need good data to see how this year has gone and to know what action to take in the future.
Unfortunately, says Dr. Paul Spiegel of Johns Hopkins Center for Humanitarian Health, in lower-income countries and among certain at-risk populations, reliable data isn't always available. So when people cite statistics, much of the world is left out or assigned inaccurate data.
Where are the gaps...