Covering data through this week (week 17) of 2021 for world's most impacted countries.First: most impacted countries by the rate of infections and by mortality:There is only one large country (population > 100 million) that is listed in both tables: the U.S. Now, a table of countries with more than 1 million cases:The U.S. ranks 8th worst performer in the group of 28 countries with more than 1 million cases, when measured across all three metrics: infections per 1 million of population, deaths per 1 million of population and deaths per 1,000 of diagnosed cases. Looking at major countries groups in the context of the above table:Finally, looking at the most impacted countries from the point of their relative contributions to global totals for cases and deaths:
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Covering data through this week (week 17) of 2021 for world's most impacted countries.
First: most impacted countries by the rate of infections and by mortality: