Humans are linear thinkers with no intuition for exponential curves, so we need to talk about 24 %growth rates, not body counts.
I know this sounds nerdy and maybe even insufferably pedantic, but it's really, really important for people to understand that explosive exponential growthrates of a virus spread can go from modest to overwhelming in the blink of an eye. First 100K victims took 90 days to accumulate. Going from 100K to 200K took 10 days. To 300K just 3 days. Knowing this can help squash the casual behavior of some people who don't take this seriously.
In what ways did you change your behaviors as a result of this resource?
Seeing the curve and understanding how dramatically that curve changes by really, really tiny and personal decisions like meeting just one less person per day is hugely clarifying and not at all intuitive. But true. I think others can see the light if explained correctly and visually.
What populations or personas are not currently being addressed with today’s COVID-19 information?
Elderly. Rural. Folks with bad information/news consuming habits.