COVID-19: Daily change

New daily infections (daily change) of COVID-19.

The chart shows new daily cases across the entire planet, the US, EU (de+fr+it+es only) and a small country (RO) that does not matter to anybody but me. You can show/hide different country in Settings.

Select "COVID-19: CONFIRMED" data in main chart and add the indicator.
Versionshinweise: ## - 2020-03-28

- Asia: including China and Korea
- UK
- Switzerland (CH) to EU - it shows new 1k per day

- split big legend into small labels for each data source

- RO is hidden by default
Versionshinweise: # Changelog

You can use any data source (I use "COVID19: CONFIRMED" or "COVID19: DEATHS") but you need to disconnect main chart from right scale: More (the 3 dots) - Pin to scale - No Scale.

## - 2020-03-30

### Added
- NL with more than 1k cases / day
- BE that has more than 10k total cases

### Changed
- smaller text in legend
- Asia is displayed by default
- UK is no longer showing by default
Versionshinweise: # Changelog

## 0.0.4 - 2020-04-01

### Added
- Austria (AT) with more than 10k total cases and 9M population

### Changed
- UK showing by default
- fix columns chart for BE and NL
Versionshinweise: # Changelog

## 0.0.5 - 20200405

### Added
- Portugal, PT - with more than 10k total cases
- Canada, CA - more than 1k cases per day

### Changed
- refactoring and DRY the code
- relative/dynamic position for all labels
Versionshinweise: Toggle between new deaths/confirmed, add Sweden (SE).
Versionshinweise: Adding Iran, Turkey, India, Indonesia, each of them with more than 1k deaths
Versionshinweise: Fix GB series name and remove COVID-19 prefix
Versionshinweise: Fix GB series name, apply module operation to remove outliers from bad data series.
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