Idiosyncrasies in counting the numbers don't matter

With exponential growth, miscounting a few people transferred from one place to another wouldn't matter. Even if they represented a 10% error today, they'll be a 1% error in two weeks, and a 0.1% error in four weeks. One can't reasonably assume the numbers are lower than reported. Because of woefully inadequate testing, one can reasonably assume the actual numbers are much higher than reported.

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