So that’s why we make social comparisons, and prefer to compare with others less fortunate than ourselves.
Yet what if how we make these social comparisons is all wrong?
So let’s see how our social comparisons about COVID-19 are based on false reasoning.
As of March 31st, there have been 4,053 deaths from COVID-19 in the US and 28 deaths in Mexico.
Slowing the SnowballSo does this mean that there will be more infections and deaths in Mexico than in the US?

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