Washington Post: The difference in how the pandemic has affected the U.S. and South Korea remains staggering

Washington Post: The difference in how the pandemic has affected the U.S. and South Korea remains staggering. “The last time the population-adjusted rate of new cases in the United States was less than twice that of South Korea was March 18. The last time we were seeing less than 10 times as many new cases as a function of population was March 23. Over the past month, we’ve averaged 100 times as many new cases per resident each day, even as South Korea has seen an increase in its daily case totals.”

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