The Wuhan coronavirus had infected over 2 million people worldwide as of Wednesday morning, according to a tally kept by Johns Hopkins University.The worldwide death count has surpassed 128,000, while more than 500,000 people have recovered. The U.S. accounts for approximately 30 percent of global cases with more than 609,000 nationwide. Across the country, over 26,000 people have died.But experts have warned that China, which has around 82,000 confirmed cases, is deliberately undercounting the actual statistic, which could be nearly 3 million.“Other than the outbreak site of Hubei, Chinese provinces not only top the list of best-performing areas in limiting Covid, they do so by a huge margin. Yet hundreds of thousands of people, if not over one million, left Hubei for those other provinces