Vielleicht gibt es diesen Link schon in den zig Seiten unserer COVID-Threads. Die WHO hat eine Weltkarte veröffentlicht, auf der die bestätigten Infektionsfälle, die Todesfälle sowie die betroffenen Länder ersichtlich sind.
Hier noch die Legende der Karte, um einen Eindruck über die Plausibilität der Fallzahlen zu erhalten:
’Confirmed’ cases reported between 13 and19 February 2020 include both laboratory-confirmed and clinically diagnosed (only applicable to Hubei province); for all other dates, only laboratory- confirmed cases are shown.
Außerdem gibt es bei der WHO noch eine Weltkarte zu den aktuellen Ereignissen weltweit, denen sich die WHO annimmt.
Auch hier die Legende dazu:
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