David Gunnlaugsson

Iceland has good and bad news about the coronavirus

Iceland’s 648 confirmed cases of coronavirus seem to indicate that our country now has one of the highest infection rates per capita in the world. But what do confirmed numbers really tell us about the spread of the virus?

Only a few weeks ago, planes filled with passengers returning to Iceland from ski resorts in Italy and Austria continued to land.

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