The Financial Times tracks the novel-coronavirus on a country-by-country basis. This chart shows three “first world” countries of similar populations: South Korea (51 million people in a small, densely populated space), Canada (37 million people in a HUGE area) and Australia (25 million people, also in a HUGE area):
Does anyone with the brains that the gods gave to gene peppers really think that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau did a good job?
Why have Australia and South Korea had so few deaths? Maybe the answer is that they, way back in the early days, screened people entering the country and then stopped travel from China. Justin Trudeau, you will recall, did neither and he called those who wanted better screening racists.