It’s hard to measure the price of a global pandemic. If we were to try, it might be some great concoction of sky-high unemployment rates, ruined investment portfolios, businesses who may never open their doors again, and of course, the loss of human life that can never be recovered.
While we can’t truly determine what the coronavirus has cost us as human beings, we can look at what it’s costing countries around the world. Using data from the U.S. News and World Report, International Monetary Fund, World Bank and United Nations, GOBankingRates found the 49 countries that are spending the most on the coronavirus outbreak. As of early May, these countries all had at least 5,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and were taking fiscal action to try to stem the damage.
The study is ranked from countries spending the least on coronavirus to countries spending the most — not in … Read More