Infections by country
As of 29 May 2020, the countries with the most cases registered are China (84,432 cases), Singapore (41,216), the Philippines (27,238), Japan (17,530) and South Korea (12,198). However, if we look at the number of inhabitants, the countries with the most infections are Singapore (with 712 cases per 100,000 inhabitants), Australia (36), New Zealand (33), Malaysia (27), and South Korea (26).
The countries with the fewest infections to date are Papua New Guinea (8), Fiji (18), Cambodia (128), Mongolia (197) and Vietnam (335). Again, looking at the number of infections per 100,000 population, the countries least affected by the pandemic to date would be Papua New Guinea (0.11), Vietnam (0.35), Cambodia (0.8), Fiji (1.96) and China (6.14).
Deaths due to Covid-19
In terms of the lethality of the disease caused by the virus, the countries that have recorded the highest number of deaths to date are China (4,638), the Philippines (1,108), Japan (935), South Korea (279) and Malaysia (121). Taking into account the number of inhabitants in each country, the countries where the virus has shown the highest lethality are the Philippines (1.07 deaths per 100,000 inhabitants), Japan (0.73), South Korea (0.54), Australia (0.5) and New Zealand (0.49).
The countries that have fortunately recorded the lowest number of deaths are Papua New Guinea (0 deaths), Vietnam (0), Cambodia (0), Fiji (0) and Mongolia (0)