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NorthernExposure

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On a per capita basis, 12 countries have tested more, some considerably


Also, not all tests are if equal value in terms of surveillance; countries that have coordinated and funding testing from the start have done far better at testing those more likely to be infected and doing so quickly so contacts can be isolated and tested too. Our scattershot approach is less effective.

(In response to this post by Toolie92)

Link: Data as of May 19 (always delays because some countries are slower to report)


Posted: 05/22/2020 at 6:03PM



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