As I See It: Where are we?

Where are we? I took the Monday statistics of COVID-19 for the countries with the highest number of cases. I do not have the resources, or patience to do all 195. Then I looked up the populations, and calculated the rate of infection, cases per million residents, which is more instructive than the total. They are: Spain, 2,935; Switzerland, 2,707; Italy, 2,209; France, 1,508; United States, 1,079; Germany, 1,078; United Kingdom, 759; Iran, 729; Turkey, 360; and China, 58.