Covid-19 cases, tests and deaths (per million)

Total Covid-19 cases, tests and deaths to date ordered by deaths per million of population
As at 9 April 2020 8pm GMT
– note that these totals are changing quickly

Total Tot Cases/ Total Tests/ Total Deaths/
Country Cases 1M pop Tests 1M pop Deaths 1M pop
World 1,582,135 203 94,573 12.1
San Marino 308 9,077 722 21,278 34 1,002
Spain 152,446 3,261 355,000 7,593 15,238 326
Andorra 583 7,545 1,673 21,653 25 324
Italy 143,626 2,375 853,369 14,114 18,279 302
Belgium 24,983 2,156 84,248 7,269 2,523 218
France 117,749 1,804 224,254 3,436 12,210 187
Netherlands 21,762 1,270 101,534 5,926 2,396 140
Sint Maarten 43 1,003 112 2,612 6 140
UK 65,077 959 298,169 4,392 7,978 118
Switzerland 24,046 2,778 178,500 20,625 948 110
Luxembourg 3,115 4,976 27,521 43,965 52 83
Sweden 9,141 905 54,700 5,416 793 79
Ireland 6,574 1,331 53,000 10,734 263 53
Saint Martin 32 828 2 52
USA 455,454 1,376 2,309,686 6,978 16,114 49
Iran 66,220 788 231,393 2,755 4,110 49
Bermuda 39 626 315 5,058 3 48
Channel Islands 361 2,076 1,157 6,655 8 46
Denmark 5,635 973 64,002 11,050 237 41
Portugal 13,956 1,369 140,368 13,766 409 40
Austria 13,237 1,470 126,287 14,022 295 33
Germany 115,523 1,379 1,317,887 15,730 2,451 29
Liechtenstein 78 2,046 900 23,605 1 26
Turks and Caicos 8 207 61 1,576 1 26
Monaco 84 2,141 1 25
Slovenia 1,124 541 31,813 15,303 43 21
Norway 6,160 1,136 121,034 22,326 108 20
Guadeloupe 141 352 8 20
Antigua and Barbuda 19 194 40 408 2 20
Iceland 1,648 4,829 32,663 95,718 6 18
Estonia 1,207 910 26,416 19,914 24 18
Bahamas 40 102 7 18
Martinique 154 410 6 16
Ecuador 4,965 281 19,102 1,083 272 15
Panama 2,528 586 11,776 2,729 63 15
Cayman Islands 45 685 479 7,288 1 15
North Macedonia 663 318 6,571 3,154 30 14
Canada 20,690 548 370,315 9,812 503 13
Romania 5,202 270 51,802 2,693 248 13
Isle of Man 190 2,234 1,879 22,097 1 12
Turkey 42,282 501 276,338 3,277 908 11
Dominican Republic 2,349 217 7,151 659 118 11
Bosnia and Herzegovina 858 262 6,911 2,106 35 11
Israel 9,968 1,152 117,339 13,557 86 10
Czechia 5,467 511 106,845 9,977 112 10
Barbados 63 219 655 2,279 3 10
Serbia 2,867 328 12,347 1,413 66 8
Finland 2,605 470 39,000 7,039 42 8
Greece 1,955 188 33,634 3,227 87 8
Cyprus 564 467 14,273 11,822 10 8
Albania 409 142 3,223 1,120 23 8
Guyana 37 47 145 184 6 8
Moldova 1,289 320 5,108 1,266 29 7
Hungary 980 101 27,826 2,880 66 7
Mayotte 184 674 1,100 4,032 2 7
Lithuania 955 351 32,809 12,052 16 6
Mauritius 314 247 6,730 5,292 7 6
Trinidad and Tobago 109 78 987 705 8 6
Curaçao 14 85 1 6
Poland 5,575 147 107,597 2,843 174 5
Algeria 1,666 38 3,359 77 235 5
Croatia 1,407 343 13,680 3,332 20 5
Malta 337 763 13,732 31,100 2 5
Brazil 16,474 78 63,000 296 839 4
S. Korea 10,423 203 477,304 9,310 204 4
Peru 4,342 132 39,599 1,201 138 4
Chile 5,972 312 68,353 3,576 57 3
Morocco 1,374 37 6,116 166 97 3
Armenia 921 311 5,823 1,965 10 3
Bahrain 887 521 55,096 32,379 5 3
Bulgaria 618 89 15,899 2,288 24 3
Lebanon 582 85 12,524 1,835 19 3
Montenegro 252 401 2,329 3,708 2 3
Belize 9 23 364 915 1 3
China 81,865 57 3,335 2
Australia 6,104 239 330,134 12,946 51 2
Malaysia 4,228 131 63,367 1,958 67 2
Philippines 4,076 37 24,500 224 203 2
Qatar 2,376 825 43,144 14,975 6 2
Argentina 1,795 40 14,850 329 71 2
Belarus 1,486 157 49,000 5,186 16 2
Iraq 1,232 31 30,466 757 69 2
Tunisia 643 54 9,570 810 25 2
Latvia 589 312 25,458 13,497 3 2
Uruguay 456 131 6,175 1,778 7 2
Honduras 343 35 23 2
Bolivia 264 23 591 51 18 2
Brunei 135 309 8,985 20,538 1 2
Suriname 10 17 1 2
Cabo Verde 7 13 1 2
Indonesia 3,293 12 14,354 52 280 1
Saudi Arabia 3,287 94 44 1
Mexico 3,181 25 25,410 197 174 1
UAE 2,659 269 593,095 59,967 12 1
Colombia 2,054 40 33,575 660 55 1
Singapore 1,910 326 65,000 11,110 6 1
Ukraine 1,892 43 20,608 471 57 1
Egypt 1,560 15 25,000 244 103 1
Cuba 515 45 9,410 831 15 1
Burkina Faso 443 21 24 1
Jamaica 63 21 907 306 4 1
Azerbaijan 926 91 57,371 5,658 9 0.9
Congo 60 11 5 0.9
Georgia 218 55 3,271 820 3 0.8
El Salvador 103 16 5 0.8
Liberia 31 6 4 0.8
Japan 4,667 37 61,498 486 94 0.7
Jordan 372 36 17,000 1,666 7 0.7
Paraguay 124 17 2,039 286 5 0.7
Costa Rica 502 99 6,035 1,185 3 0.6
Oman 457 89 3 0.6
Kyrgyzstan 280 43 9,618 1,474 4 0.6
Russia 10,131 69 1,004,719 6,885 76 0.5
Thailand 2,423 35 71,860 1,030 32 0.5
Hong Kong 974 130 96,709 12,900 4 0.5
Niger 342 14 4,199 173 11 0.5
Kazakhstan 764 41 59,371 3,162 7 0.4
Cameroon 730 27 10 0.4
Slovakia 701 128 21,371 3,914 2 0.4
Afghanistan 484 12 15 0.4
Togo 73 9 1,747 211 3 0.4
Gabon 34 15 1 0.4
Botswana 13 6 1,154 491 1 0.4
Gambia 4 2 1 0.4
Pakistan 4,489 20 44,896 203 65 0.3
South Africa 1,934 33 63,776 1,075 18 0.3
Sri Lanka 190 9 3,248 152 7 0.3
Venezuela 171 6 139,282 4,898 9 0.3
Mali 74 4 7 0.3
India 6,725 5 177,584 129 226 0.2
New Zealand 1,239 257 51,165 10,610 1 0.2
Kuwait 910 213 1 0.2
Taiwan 380 16 42,315 1,777 5 0.2
Ghana 313 10 6 0.2
Palestine 263 52 16,068 3,150 1 0.2
DRC 180 2 18 0.2
Guatemala 95 5 1,134 63 3 0.2
Haiti 30 3 257 23 2 0.2
Zimbabwe 11 0.7 371 25 3 0.2
Mauritania 7 2 67 14 1 0.2
Nicaragua 7 1 1 0.2
Ivory Coast 384 15 3 0.1
Bangladesh 330 2 6,175 37 21 0.1
Senegal 250 15 2 0.1
Kenya 184 3 5,278 98 7 0.1
Libya 24 3 374 54 1 0.1
Syria 19 1 2 0.1
Uzbekistan 582 17 70,000 2,091 3 0.09
Benin 26 2 1 0.08
Myanmar 23 0.4 1,246 23 3 0.06
Angola 19 0.6 2 0.06
Somalia 12 0.8 1 0.06
Zambia 39 2 1,239 67 1 0.05
Sudan 15 0.3 2 0.05
Malawi 8 0.4 1 0.05
Nigeria 276 1 5,000 24 6 0.03
Ethiopia 56 0.5 2,790 24 2 0.02
Tanzania 25 0.4 1 0.02
Diamond Princess 712 11

Source: https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/

New York currently has 360 deaths per million, and neighbouring New Jersey has 191 deaths per million (there’s a lot of people movement between the two states).

Source: https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/

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21 Comments

  1. One of the UK cases getting better:

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  2. The state of New York has had its highest number of Covid-19 deaths in a single day – 799, bringing the total number to 7067.

    The number of deaths is also still soaring in France, where another 1341 people have died in 24 hours, bringing the total to more than 12,000.

    In a sign that the pandemic is still raging through French rest homes, official data shows that the cumulative toll in such places jumped by 929, or 52-percent, to 4166 over two days.

    A technical problem had prevented the registration of deaths in nursing homes the previous day.

    https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/413934/covid-19-updates-in-new-zealand-and-around-the-world-on-10-april

    The numbers from France have been uneven due to them initially not counting nursing home deaths related to Covid.

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    • Alan Wilkinson

       /  10th April 2020

      Reportedly neither has the UK counted nursing home deaths.

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  3. Zedd

     /  10th April 2020

    Aotearoa/NZ must be doing something correct.. percentage of deaths to infections; looks about the lowest ! 🙂

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    • Alan Wilkinson

       /  10th April 2020

      It’s been a good plan only to infect young people, Z.

      On a serious note, the Telegraph has listed all the UK medics who have died and overwhelmingly they are non-European. It’s both tragic they have died serving their adopted country and worrying that their immunity is less able to cope.

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    • Pink David

       /  10th April 2020

      “Aotearoa/NZ must be doing something correct.. percentage of deaths to infections; looks about the lowest ! ”

      I find it remarkable that these bullshit numbers are all that is needed to justify the most profound damage to a country that any nation has embarked on willingly.

      Where is the score card on jobs being lost and lives being destroyed?

      A the moment NZ looking at a bill that would pay for the entire health care system for 3 years. Just this year. How many lives could you have saved with that money?

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    • Conspiratoor

       /  10th April 2020

      And here’s the kicker. Last line of the last paragraph

      “Germany has said it will re-evaluate the lockdown after the Easter holiday; for the car parts maker at the heart of its first outbreak, the immediate crisis is over. Webasto’s office has reopened”

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  4. Pink David

     /  10th April 2020

    “Total Covid-19 cases, tests and deaths to date ordered by deaths per million of population
    As at 9 April 2020 8pm GMT
    – note that these totals are changing quickly”

    Can I point out that these numbers are for deaths ;with; Covid19, not ‘from’ Covid19. No one is recording the latter.

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    • Conspiratoor

       /  10th April 2020

      “Can I point out that these numbers are for deaths ;with; Covid19, not ‘from’ Covid19. No one is recording the latter.”

      Actually they are. Knock yourself out…

      https://data.cdc.gov/NCHS/Provisional-Death-Counts-for-Coronavirus-Disease-C/hc4f-j6nb/data

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      • Pink David

         /  10th April 2020

        “Actually they are. Knock yourself out…”

        No one in Europe is doing this, nor is NZ.

        “Deputy CMO Jenny Harries at briefing 5th April (11 mins 16 secs) ‘for the UK these are Covid ASSOCIATED deaths, they are all sad events, THEY WOULD NOT ALL BE A DEATH AS A *RESULT* OF COVID (my emphases.”

        That for all the records for the UK, ONS figures. This is the standard being used for all of Europe. If the US is really reporting to a higher standard, then there count is significantly higher using the European standard.

        The news report for the most recent case in NZ;

        “She said the woman died yesterday and recently had returned a positive test.
        McElnay said, as has been seen around the world, Covid-19 could be fatal for elderly people with underlying health conditions.
        The woman who died had a number of age-related health conditions, McElnay said.”

        The positive test was the only requirement for it to be counted as a ‘Covid-19 death’

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        • “The positive test was the only requirement for it to be counted as a ‘Covid-19 death’”

          That’s not what it says. It does say: “Covid-19 could be fatal for elderly people with underlying health conditions”.

          Falls can end up being fatal for elderly people with underlying health conditions. That’s the case with my grandmother. If she hadn’t had a fall she will likely have lived for longer, possible quite a bit longer.

          There’s many things that can end up being fatal for elderly people, most of whom have underlying health conditions.

          And not only elderly people. My younger brother had diabetes, which made him more susceptible to heart problems. He had a heart attack which is correctly recorded as his cause of death.

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        • Conspiratoor

           /  10th April 2020

          Am I the only one seeing this..

          “If COVID–19 played a role in the death, this condition should be specified on the death certificate. In many cases, it is likely that it will be the UCOD, as it can lead to various life threatening conditions, such as pneumonia”

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  5. Pink David

     /  10th April 2020

    Just for context;

    Italy 143,626 2,375 853,369 14,114 18,279 30

    In 2015/2916 the excess deaths in Italy from flu was 24,981. Where is the data that shows Covid-19 is causing excess deaths over and over this norm.

    Reference;
    In the winter seasons from 2013/14 to 2016/17, an estimated average of 5,290,000 ILI cases occurred in Italy, corresponding to an incidence of 9%.

    More than 68,000 deaths attributable to flu epidemics were estimated in the study period.

    Italy showed a higher influenza attributable excess mortality compared to other European countries. especially in the elderly.

    https://www.ijidonline.com/article/S1201-9712(19)30328-5/fulltext

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    • Griff.

       /  10th April 2020

      Here .
      COVID-19: excess mortality figures in Italy
      A comparison between official COVID-19 deaths and mortality in Lombardy
      https://towardsdatascience.com/covid-19-excess-mortality-figures-in-italy-d9640f411691

      If we plot the total number of deaths recorded in the subset of towns in Lombardy we can see that there is a 144% increase in deaths in 2020 between 1–21 Mar 2020 with respect to 2019 (3520 deaths in 2019, 8587 deaths in 2020). So, 5067 more deaths.
      But the official number of COVID-19 deaths between 1–21 Mar 2020 is 3072 in Lombardy.
      This means that with a subset of 56.48% of the population, the figures show 5067 excess deaths (i.e. 891.8 deaths per 1M pop) which are greater than 3072 (305.4 deaths per 1M pop), the official COVID-19 deaths toll across the whole of Lombardy.
      If we consider a year-on-year worst-case scenario fluctuation of up to 20%, the excess deaths are then 767.87 per 1M, we could infer that we might have 7725 excessive deaths between 1–21 Mar 2020 in Lombardy of which 40% is due to COVID-19 and 60% (4653) are unexplained deaths. A question then arises: how much statistical error is it?
      This shows that the number of deaths due to COVID-19 could be two-and-a-half times bigger than the official deaths (i.e. 767.87/305.4=2.514). Therefore, 7725 deaths across Lombardy can represent a figure towards an upper bound, given that we do not know if the subset of the towns is a representative sample, but, potentially, we should not be too far away.

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      • There was someone on 1 News tonight saying a number of deaths such as from heart attacks weren’t being included in official Covid totals even though Covid probably played a part in the heart attacks

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  6. Pink David

     /  10th April 2020

    This is fun…

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