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        Fourth place

        According to this chart the US doesn’t have the highest per capita rate of infections. I stand corrected.

        Of course, the number of actual cases in a country is going to be higher than official figures show, with testing rates also varying dramatically. As with all figures relating to confirmed cases, they should be treated with caution.

        Infographic: COVID-19 Cases per Million Inhabitants: A Comparison | Statista

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