asIf you plan on staying as far away as possible from COVID-19, there’s worth knowing the list of countries where the disease didn’t arrive yet. However, moving to another country only because of a virus is not exactly a wise move considering that other diseases in the world are far more dangerous.
Whether the SARS-CoV-2 virus doesn’t like to travel to certain countries or the measures of certain areas across the globe were too efficient, we’re glad to announce that COVID-19 didn’t infect all of the states from the world. Or at least that’s what the official data reveals.
Tuvalu: There’s no wonder why this island country from the Polynesian subregion of Oceania wasn’t hit by the pandemic. Besides being so isolated in the ocean, it counts only about 11,600 citizens.
North Korea: Although a lot of people are skeptical about any sort of data that comes from this country, no cases of COVID-19 patients were reported. The communist state is well-known for its ultra-strict measures among citizens.
Vanuatu: Despite declaring a state of emergency as being scared of COVID-19, this country located in the South Pacific Ocean didn’t report any COVID-19 infections for any of its about 300,000 inhabitants.
Also a country composed of islands, this part of the world imposed severe restrictions since the start of the pandemic for those willing to lay foot on its land.
Judging by the overall situation, there’s no telling when the ongoing pandemic will end. COVID-19 continues to infect and kill plenty of people around the world. Worldometers.info reveals that the number of total infections across the globe is rapidly heading to 24 million people, while over 814,000 patients died because of the virus. Thankfully, over 16.1 million infected patients were recovered, and over 90% of the COVID-19 cases will follow the same rule.
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