At Random Analytics, Shane Granger has a fascinating post: H7N9 by Employment/Zhejiang Age Pyramid (to 26 Jan 2014). Excerpt:
This week (ending 26 January 2014) the Avian Influenza A(H7N9) has been busy. According to CIDRAP at least 45-cases have been reported during the past seven days alone, topping the busiest weeks of the disease in its first wave (approximately April 2013). As of today 245 cases of H7N9 have been reported with an unofficial fatality count of 57 (a Case Fatality Rate of 23.3%).
As someone who has practiced Workforce Planning for a decade or more I am always interested in what people do. One item I have noticed over the past ten months of amateur epidemiology is that health researchers are also interested in what you do, especially where your work (or lack thereof) puts you at risk or directly in harm's way of disease or death.
Here are some more H7N9 charts looking first at employment then an age chart concentrating on Zhejiang Province which hit 100 cases as of today.
Get out of here and go read the full post. The charts are real eye-openers.