Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center data shows that Canada's deaths/100k population stand at 25.86 while the figure for the U.S. is 64.46.
A comparative analysis of Canada and the U.S.'s responses to the coronavirus by The Washington Post highlighted that even though Canada had spots where the breakouts were substantial, the country has fared better than the U.S. "The close allies share similar connections to initial hot spots in China and Europe, and they confirmed their first cases within a week of each other in January. But the United States has since reported more than three times as many total infections per capita, and nearly twice as many deaths," it said.
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