I couldn’t find much of an overview of how the COVID19 situation looks like in the Americas, so I gathered some numbers from Google/Wikipedia about deaths in the countries in North and South America. For the moment I left out a handful of Caribbean Islands, I’ll add them later on.
So which countries are doing well in terms of number of deaths in relation to the total number of inhabitants, and especially, where do the United States stand in comparison. The chart was made with R, and data from Google/Wikipedia, current as of Sep. 22, 2020:
This is to be taken with a grain of salt, however. I am pretty certain that the reporting standards and data quality differ vastly from one country to another (something to be researched). However, this is the picture you get, when you take the publicly available data from Google/Wikipedia.