Thursday, May 07, 2020


Obviously, you can't account for absolutely incompetent leadership (looking at you, United States, United Kingdom, Brazil, Belarus, and Sweden) precisely, but I wonder if more introverted countries have lower COVID-19 infection rates than more extroverted countries? 

I'd like to find out, but first off, no one agrees on the most introverted countries and there's no formal collection of data on the subject. But it seems like countries where people are comfortable not being around other people would have some kind of advantage.

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