From iSteve commenter JohnnyWalker123:
What about Canada? They have a fifth of our Corona-related mortality rate.
The USA’s mortality rate is 10 per 1 million population.
Canada’s mortality rate is 2 per 1 million population.
They also have only 40% of our case rate.
The USA’s rate of Corona cases is 495 per 1 million population.
Canada’s rate is 197 per 1 million population.
What is Canada doing right?
Is there a pattern where it hits hardest in Spring weather, so Russia, Sweden, and Canada seem to be spared so far, but a little further south it’s bad?
Or does Canada have one weird trick that would do us wonders if we could only figure out what it is?
Or is it just that they got started later and that all things that rise must converge?