This is a valuable source of information about the occurrence and consequences of the coronavirus and governments’ response to it.

It is called Worldometers.

It provides excellent graphs about the spread and intensity of the virus.

Most interesting to me are the country figures (their accuracy depends on reporting, and I suspect some nations may undercount occurrences and fatality rates).

Consider the proportion of tests given per million people. Iceland leads the world, having tested almost 14% of its people. The U.S. has tested fewer than 2%.

The U.S. leads the world by far in the number of infections and deaths, but the country with the highest death rate is Belgium, followed by Spain, Italy, France, and the UK.