Coronavirus in the world November 23, 2022: infection rates and death rates increased over the week

According to Worldometers, at the time of writing, 643,912,454 people infected with the new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 were detected in the world (2.9 million new infections per week; about 12% more than was detected the week before last), 6629186 of them died (11 thousand in a week; about 11% more than died the week before last). The average mortality from this disease in the world (the ratio of the number of deaths from COVID-19 to the total number of infected) is 1%.

The highest deaths from coronavirus in a week were recorded in the United States and Germany.

Deaths from COVID-19 in countries where more than 10 million people were infected with coronavirus

1. USA – 100279698 identified infected, 1103355 (+2724) dead, mortality 1.0%
2. India – 44671119, 530596 (+61), 1.2% (according to WHO, there are much more deaths)
3. France – 37442946, 158427 (+496), 0.4%
4. Germany – 36280371, 156951 (+921), 0.5%
5. Brazil – 35094130, 689223 (+453), 2.0%
6. South Korea – 26725053, 30164 (+369), 0.1%
7. Italy – 24031538, 180518 (+533), 0.8%
8. Great Britain – 23977637, 196241 (+711), 0.8%
9. Japan – 23935445, 48482 (+767), 0.2%
10. Russia – 21545351, 391568 (+419), 1.9% (according to Rosstat, there are much more deaths)
11. Turkey – 17005537, 101400 (+73), 0.6%
12. Spain – 13573721, 115641 (+284), 0.8%
13. Vietnam – 11512138, 43169 (+3), 0.4%
14. Australia – 10567948, 16014 (+123), 0.1%

RELATIVE MORTALITY
(number of deaths from COVID-19 per 1 million population of the country; data for the 10 countries with the highest rate, as of November 23, 2022)

1. Peru – 6451
2. Bulgaria – 5554
4. Hungary – 5016
3. Bosnia and Herzegovina – 4985
5. North Macedonia – 4597
6. Montenegro – 4441
7. Georgia – 4261
8. Croatia – 4254
9. Czech Republic – 3891
10. Slovakia – 37894

Israel is on the 86th place in this list (1267 deaths from COVID-19 per 1 million of the country’s population). For the entire time of the epidemic, 11818 deaths (+17 per week).

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