Several years ago, I was browsing through a German magazine trying to find one word that took up a full column. I never found it, but several were close. The Germans have a tendency to use long, compound words.
As of Thursday (April 16, 2020), the Netherlands reported 29,383 people who tested positive for COVID-19, and of this group 3,327 had died, putting the country’s death rate at 11.3%. Without question that is a scary percentage, but is it right?