You do realize that the chart shows that most places can only get 1-2 channels? How would that work as a nationwide or statewide educational system? I put in my zip and it advised me I need an antenna (not rabbit ears) mounted on my house (which has been true since I was a kid - we lived 60 miles outside of Los Angeles). The antenna they are advising me to buy (to get 3 whole channels in my area) is way cheaper than on the other site (only $200) but has been unavailable nationwide for several months. I can just see it: schools email parents all over California to tell them to get up on the roof and install an antenna, then they buy time (how much time? so many grades of students! so many classes!) from CBS, NBC, ABC or KTLA. Let's say it was just for 7-12th grade (where it's needed most). Average middle school has 3 grades with about 15 subjects available for each year. 45 classes a day. They'd have to be every other day and some broadcast at night. Parents would need to set up some kind of recording option. Whew. My own suggestion to parents would be to find age appropriate programming on youtube or Coursera or Kahn Academy and go from there. There are two different stats under discussion. President of Mexico is using IFR, you're using CFR (also called CMR). So you're both right. One could argue all day long whether either the US or Mexico have properly discovered all their active cases or not. But we do know, more or less, the total population of the two countries - so the President of Mexico used IFR. Here's the Statista chart for the data under discussion by Mexico's President: COVID-19 deaths per capita by country | Statista Note that Belgium is in first place and UK is #2. This stat is as interesting as the other, given that the actual number of tests and known cases is something of a wild card variable. US is in 8th place, Mexico is in 10th place on that stat.