infections and deaths are on the rise

We emphasize: the list contains data from Worldometers. It is possible that in some countries official statistics do not reflect the real situation.

According to Worldometers, at the time of writing the report, 474693725 people infected with the new SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus were detected in the world (13 million new infections per week; 8% more than was detected the week before last), 6122432 of them died (49 thousand . for the week, up 29% from the week before last, largely due to adjustments in data for the US and Chile). 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 1.3%.

The highest deaths from coronavirus in a week were recorded in the United States (an increase of 60% compared to the week before last) and in Russia (a decrease of 19%).

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

1. USA – 81476269 identified infected, 999792 (+7490) dead, mortality 1.2%
2. India – 43012749, 516636 (+533), 1.2%
3. Brazil – 29683686, 657773 (+2124), 2.2%
4. France – 24342116, 141218 (+778), 0.6%
5. Great Britain – 20413731, 163929 (+834), 0.8%
6. Germany – 19134583, 127865 (+1333), 0.9%
7. Russia – 17637795, 365373 (+3471), 2.1% (according to Rosstat, there are much more deaths)
8. Turkey – 14726276, 97437 (+702), 0.7%
9. Italy – 13992092, 158101 (+924), 1.2%
10. Spain – 11378784, 102053 (+637), 0.9%
11. South Korea – 10427247, 13432 (+210), 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 March 23)

1. Peru – 6278
2. Bulgaria – 5300
3. Bosnia and Herzegovina – 4832
4. Hungary – 4693
5. North Macedonia – 4410
6. Montenegro – 4292
7. Georgia – 4195
8. Croatia – 3807
9. Czech Republic – 3669
10. Slovakia – 3507

Israel in this list is in 84th place (1120 deaths from COVID-19 per 1 million of the country’s population). For the entire time of the epidemic, 10449 deaths (+50 per week).

By Editor

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