You missed the gem buried deeply in that Indonesia-centric news article, but you still get partial credit. Here: Those who came here to find masks, ignore this. But this is the best nCoV data/graph I have seen yet, from a study that correlates the number of confirmed cases with the travel volume between Wuhan and other countries. Thailand had a travel volume with Wuhan of 800+ passengers per day, hence, their high case count (32). Indonesia, on the other hand, had a travel volume with Wuhan of close to 100 passengers per day, but has yet to report a confirmed case—which may indicate their inability to detect cases (the main point of the article). What the Indonesia-centric article does not mention but is relevant to Filipinos: Philippines' low travel volume with Wuhan explains the low case count (3)—but does not explain Pinoys' Oscar-grade drama. Bottom line: PH has a lower risk than other countries. Doesn't mean zero risk; just lowers the baseline for lunacy. Oh, I messaged my half-Japanese friend in Tokyo and asked him if the Japanese were panicking. He said that they were "calm, like it's just another 8.0 quake". Some suspect that the nCoV came from bats, which may explain why many Pinoys are afflicted with *panic eh*.