Krzysztof Jurewicz

In the Index of Economic Freedom created by Heritage Foundation, Hong Kong is ranked 1st and is ranked 2nd in the world. Population density in Hong Kong is 6,777/km², but “the residential average population density calculates closer to a highly cramped 100,000/km².” Population density in Singapore is 7,804/km². And here is a chart which illustrates how these two countries cope with the , in comparison to other countries.

The chart operates on absolute numbers and starts from a 100th case, which for smaller countries means a higher percentage of population already infected.


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