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One chart compares coronavirus cases per capita in the hardest-hit countries around the world - Switzerland, Spain, and Italy top the list

13 days ago   |   By Business Insider

The US, China, and Italy have the highest number of coronavirus cases in the world.
But comparing the number of cases per million residents tells a different story about which countries are hardest hit by the pandemic.
Switzerland has the highest number of COVID-19 cases per capita - 1,340 cases per million people -followed by Spain and Italy.
The number of US coronavirus cases per capita is far lower: about 210 people are infected per million Americans.
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USA now has more coronavirus cases than either China or Italy

USA now has more coronavirus cases than either China or Italy

13 days ago   |   By CNBC

Major outbreaks in so-called hot spots such as New York threaten to overwhelm the local hospital systems, which have a limited number of beds, staff and equipment.
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The US now has the world's biggest coronavirus outbreak - its case total just surpassed China's

The US now has the world's biggest coronavirus outbreak - its case total just surpassed China's

13 days ago   |   By Business Insider

Confirmed cases of coronavirus in the US have surpassed China and Italy, making the US the center of the outbreak.
The US has now recorded 82,353 coronavirus cases, compared with 81,782 in China.
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Confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus in the US have topped the totals in China and Italy, making the US the epicenter of the global outbreak.
Confirmed cases in the US hit 82,353 on Thursday evening, surpassing China at 81,782 and Italy at 80,589. The total number of confirmed cases globally is 523,163, according to researchers from Johns...
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