The impact of coronavirus on the GDPs of different states has turned out to be more disastrous than it was originally expected to be. From the cessation of worldwide trade and tourism to the termination of hundreds of employees to survive this pandemic, the world has already suffered enough. While countries like China, Vietnam, and Taiwan have already made adjustments to the current worldwide crisis, there are still some countries on the far side that are having a difficult time is escaping this situation. The chart below clearly displays the countries' names that generated negative GDP this year as a result of the poor economic state.
This research shows that the country of Thailand has endured the most GDP losses because of its extended pandemic period. This has not only put pressure on the country's economic state to restore its conditions through tourism, but it has also put the near future of the country in extreme danger. Similarly, the other two countries to have suffered in this epidemic are the Philippines and Malaysia, with a loss of around 7% and 5%, respectively. To review the GDP status of more countries, check out the infographic below.