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Is it possible that New York City is past "peak" COVID-19 cases? Data below... just asking ourselves this question

Our data science team has shifted their analytics to US COVID-19 statistics, and we will provide periodic updates as we get comfortable with our analytics.  And the New York Times just opened its Github repository, as well.

We have been collecting data for New York City from these sources:

And comprehensive NYC only data has been provided only since March 18th.

POINT #1: Manhattan (1 of 5 boroughs in New York City) looks like cases peaked on 3/22/2020.
This is the daily new positive cases for COVID-19 in Manhattan (one of 5 boroughs).

- The past two days have seen roughly the same daily new cases at 430 or so.  
- This is down from 709 on 3/22/2020--that is 6 days ago

New York City went into full lockdown on 3/15/2020, or about 12 days ago.  Is social distancing working?

- Even though we hear reports of people out and about, the case count has been remarkably FLAT.  Linear and not exponential.

- We find it curious that Mayor DeBlasio has not been providing more comprehensive statistics on COVID-19 (NY Post Article "De Blasio won’t release key coronavirus stats despite promises of transparency")

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