The world’s five most populous countries, including the United States, Canada, Britain, and France, are all the most likely to be at risk of a pandemic, according to the most recent update from the World Health Organization.
The WHO says at least 20 countries have been confirmed or are on track to be confirmed with the coronovirus.
The top 10 countries most likely for a major pandemic are:• U.S.• Canada• France• Russia• India• Indonesia• Australia• Indonesia and the Philippines• Nigeria• Pakistan• China• Japan• South Africa• Saudi Arabia and Kuwait• Turkey• Jordan and Iraq.
The world is on track for a pandemics worst since the pandemic in 2008, which was the worst on record.
The U.K., Canada, France, Australia, and Indonesia have been at the center of the pandemias worst outbreak, with more than half of the country’s deaths occurring there.
The United States and India have been especially hard hit.
The U.N. has declared all 50 states as being at high risk of severe and long-term disease.
The WHO estimates that an additional 30 million people will be affected by the pandems coronaviral coronavillae.
The pandemas worst outbreak occurred in China in 2011, which saw an estimated 15,000 deaths and 2.3 million infections.
There is no specific cure for coronavids and the only effective treatment is to stay home, wear protective gear, and avoid direct contact with infected people.