Countries You Should Avoid Visiting (for now) Because of Coronavirus

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With the scary coronavirus rampaging the world, it can be tricky to pick a country where you’d be safe. Of course, you can use Google, like the rest of us, but since you’re already here, let’s see where you should and shouldn’t go!

The number of infected people worldwide as of March 6, has exceeded 100,000. The nasty coronavirus was spotted in almost 90 countries. These figures are supported by the data from gisanddata.maps.arcgis.com, where Johns Hopkins University’s Center for Systems Science and Engineering (Johns Hopkins CSSE) statistics are published in real-time.

According to these data, the top ten countries with the highest number of confirmed infected patients are as follows:
1 China leading the charge with 80,573 confirmed cases;
2 South Korea detected 6,593 cases;
3 Iran — 4,747 cases so far;
4 Italy, with its recent outburst of the virus, identified 3,858 cases;
5 Germany — closing the top five with 578 cases;
6 France — 577 cases;
7 Japan — 381 cases;
8 Spain — 360 cases;
9 USA — 239 cases;
10 Switzerland — 214 cases, which for the first time, climbed into the world’s top ten, beating the UK.

More than 55,000 people worldwide have already been cured of the disease caused by the new coronavirus, while the death toll has exceeded 3,000.

The European virus spread map looks like this:

Italy – 3,858 cases of infection;

Germany – 578 cases;

France – 577 cases;

Spain – 360 cases;

Switzerland – 214 cases;

United Kingdom – 163 cases;

Netherlands – 128 cases;

Belgium – 109 cases;

Norway – 108 cases;

Sweden – 101 cases;

Austria – 55 cases;

Greece – 45 cases;

Iceland –  43 cases;

Denmark – 23 cases;

San Marino – 21 cases;

The Czech Republic – 18 cases;

Finland – 15 cases;

Ireland – 13 cases;

Croatia – 11 cases;

Estonia – 10 cases;

Portugal – 9 cases;

Romania – 9 cases;

Slovenia -7 cases;

Belarus – 6 cases;

Poland – cases;

Georgia – 4 cases;

Russia – 4 cases;

Hungary, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Luxembourg – 2 cases each;

Northern Macedonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Monaco, Liechtenstein, Andorra,

Ukraine – 1 case each.



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