Which countries have the highest levels of COVID-19 infection? – Live feed
The World Health Organization (WHO) has published a report showing that in a few key countries, the global total of COX-2 has reached an all-time high.
The report, which covers countries including France, the US, Germany, Italy, India and the UK, is the first to look at the numbers of people who have been infected with COVID in each of the three major countries.
The report has a number of interesting findings, including that the global numbers of cases of COV-19 have now hit an all time high.
WHO has also said the current levels of the coronavirus in many countries is a very dangerous situation, but that this is due to a combination of good management and improved surveillance.
There are also new reports coming in from around the world, including some from the US.
Among the most interesting is the report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which found that the number of people in the US with COXs has risen from 1.5 million in September to 2.8 million on November 30.
This is a huge increase and the CDC is attributing it to increased screening, better infection control and a higher number of tests.
However, as the report notes, this is not the case across the world.
It is possible that the increase in COVID infections is due mainly to better testing in the USA and China, where there are no direct surveillance measures.
Another interesting finding is that the US now has the highest number of cases reported to the CDC.
While it is not surprising that the country has more cases, it is a bit of a surprise that they are all from the same country.
The United States is also home to a large number of COVs in countries such as India and Japan.
Although India has seen its number of new COV infections plummet, it still has more than 30,000 cases of the disease.
The report also said that in China, there have been an estimated 944,000 new COVID cases in 2017.
This means that more than 9 out of 10 people who are infected in China are from that country.
There is no way of knowing whether the new numbers from the CDC are accurate or not, but there are some interesting trends emerging from the report.
For instance, China is now the most populous country in the world with an estimated 20.3 billion people.
This is up from 16.5 billion in 2009.
The number of infected people has increased from 8.5 to 9.4 billion, but the total number of infections per person has increased by only 1.3%.
The numbers are still relatively small though.
So the report is not saying that the countries that have the largest numbers of COVS cases are necessarily the countries with the highest rates of infection, but rather that they might be able to account for some of the variation in cases across the countries.
So far, the latest data shows that the most affected countries are in Europe and North America.
In Australia, the figure is slightly higher at 13.3 million COV cases, followed by South Africa (8.4 million), India (6.5) and the US (5.7 million).
In the UK there are now about 8 million COVID infected people, while in France, it’s just over 4 million.