Explanation: This is only to give some rough idea of what is happening, with some sense of the magnitude of current and recent trends. The trends and projections are my calculations, the projections being a simple exponential extrapolation following recent growth. The input numbers (cases, recoveries, and deaths) are gleaned from Wikipedia.
Caveats: The numbers are surely inaccurate due to varying amounts of undercounting, due to data not being updated daily (thus old), and due to errors by Wikipedia's editors. Random undercounts make the case-counts lower than reality, but can make my calculated growth-counts lower than reality (if the later case-counts are undercounted) or higher than reality (if the earlier case-counts are undercounted). I've incorporated no data on ages, a huge factor in number of deaths.