It's a common misconception to assume that every country around the world has at least one case of coronavirus.
According to BusinessInsider, there are, in fact, more than a dozen countries who haven't recorded a single case of coronavirus. So, how is this the case? Well, some of the countries are islands, which makes it very easy to isolate the population from COVID-19 carries, and there's also the factor that some countries could be holding back cases from public records.
Another factor is that some of these countries aren't popular travel locations, which means there's hardly any new people coming in and out of the country. BusinessInsider lists fourteen countries that haven't officially recorded a single case of COVID-19. If you want to see the list, it's provided in the entirety of this article. For more information on this topic, check out this link here.
- Marshall Islands
- Solomon Islands
- Federated States of Micronesia
- North Korea
- Cook Islands
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