I've posted about this elsewhere a week ago. Death rates are normally measured and reported as a percentage of people that become infected and then die from that infection. It is beyond dispute that we have no idea how many people have or have had COVID-19 and suffered minor if any symptoms and regardless got over it. Without those numbers, we cannot accurately measure the death rate.
Meanwhile, Wuhan has things relatively under control as of today. Meanwhile, the media gives the Chinese government a big pass in that when the disease broke out there 4-5 million people fled the greater metropolitan city. Naturally, most of those that were infected spread it around the globe. It is alleged that a substantial number of those that fled left China. (The preceding makes January 31, 2020, "travel ban" from China a good decision.)
I get blocked when I click on that, but here's a link to the Johns Hopkins site I use. They are the most up-to-date on number of cases/deaths. Scroll down to the map and click on the area you want more information from. That said, you guys are probably looking for more complex information: www.coronavirusnow.com/
San Antonio has done a decent job on getting a handle on the issue (around 1300 cases to date with the death toll being only in the double digits). However, our goofball governor is pushing to reopen businesses and restaurants by the end of the week. I suspect our count is going to skyrocket by mid-May.
Me, I don't think our medical experts have any idea how this will play out.
A few weeks ago they were telling us not to wear masks because it'll do more harm than good. Now, some folks are being fined $300.00 for not wearing them.
A few weeks ago everyone was in an uproar in getting more ventilators, now we hear 9 out 10 folks on a ventilator didn't make it! What's with that?
And the medical folks tell us their 'procedures' take time to figure it out. Well, I'll just say this: Time is running out! To hell with lab tests, it's time to throw everything you medical folks can think of at this to see what sticks! Unusual times call for unusual efforts.