Coronavirus Graph: Total Confirmed Coronavirus Cases By Country | Bar Chart Race [Updated 23 Jun]

This coronavirus graph features the updated COVID-19 pandemic timeline as of 23 Jun 2020. More specifically, we will observe the data on total confirmed coronavirus cases by country from 20 March 2020 to 23 Jun 2020.

This highly infectious disease (COVID-19) was first reported in the Chinese city of Wuhan in Hubei province on 31 December 2019. Since then, it has spread to almost all countries around the world, triggering governmental intervention of varying degree in attempts to reduce and contain the spread of the coronavirus outbreak.

From this bar chart race, as of 23 Jun 2020, the COVID-19 has infected 9.063 million people worldwide and caused a death toll of more than 471 thousand people. In relation to the current data, the global case fatality rate (CFR) now sits at a staggering 5.20%.

Note that the United Nations geoscheme devised by United Nations Statistical Division (UNSD) is utilized to group countries/economies/territories according to their macro-geographical location for the purpose of statistical analysis. Therefore, the resulting classification by no means represents the political status or any other affiliation of the countries or entities in question.

Objectives of This Video:

1) To find out the 10 hardest-hit countries by the COVID-19 in terms of total confirmed coronavirus cases from 20 March 2020 to 23 Jun 2020.
2) To visually inspect the spread of the COVID-19 outbreak across the globe from the perspective of total confirmed coronavirus cases over time with the help of the coronavirus graph.

Some of the countries with the highest number of total confirmed COVID-19 cases as depicted in the coronavirus graph are United States, Brazil, Russian Federation, India, United Kingdom, Peru, Chile, Spain, Italy and Iran.

This video is part of the video series called “COVID-19: Vital Coronavirus Statistics Coverage” created to observe, among other things, the latest update and development of the coronavirus pandemic using COVID 19 graph race. For instance, the prevalence rate of the coronavirus in countries all around the world is inspected extensively over time on this playlist.

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Questions Worth Asking:

1) Why do you think these countries are being featured in this coronavirus graph as the top 10 countries in the world that are most severely affected by the #COVID-19 pandemic?
2) Could the countries’ policy response to the virus outbreak be solely judged by the total number of confirmed coronavirus cases reported? If not, what other factors need to be taken into account when it comes to evaluating governmental response to the #coronavirus outbreak?
3) What should policymakers do to ensure sustainable development in both the economy and the environment while maintaining public health and safety?

Let me know what your thoughts are for each of the questions mentioned above.

We have created the following playlists to organize our videos by theme:

Greatest Battle of the 21st Century
GDP: Economic Performance Rankings
GDP Per Capita: Economic Performance Rankings
Social Media Rankings
Demographic and Social Statistics: Population
COVID-19: Vital Coronavirus Statistics Coverage

Do check out similar videos on the COVID-19 pandemic:

COVID 19 Graph Race: Daily Confirmed Coronavirus Cases By Country | Bar Chart Race [Updated 24 May]
COVID 19 Graph Race: Total Confirmed Coronavirus Cases Per Million | Bar Chart Race [Updated 22 May]
Coronavirus Graph: Daily Confirmed COVID-19 Cases Per Million | Bar Chart Race [Updated 26 May]

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Data Sources:

Our World in Data
European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC)
John Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center
World Health Organization

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