Coronavirus: Covid-19 Pandemic World Championship

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Covid-19 world pandemic, SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus forced all countries to isolate themselves from each other: borders are closed, air traffic is stopped, travelers and tourists of all stripes languish in quarantine. Cultural and sporting events, even global ones such as the Summer Olympic Games 2020, the European Football Championship, Cannes Film Festival, the Farnborough Air Show, and the Eurovision 2020 song contest, were canceled. The Globalization project failed miserably - each country is forced to confront the external threat - the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, face-to-face.

The only large-scale event that we can observe, and even take part, is to confront the coronavirus pandemic. This is a kind of world championship in which all countries show the result in the individual competition. This is a kind of test for the viability of each nation - the ability of the government and people of a particular country to withstand the global epidemic. They won’t give medals here. The only result is the preservation of the health and life of the citizens of their country. The health or life of their relatives, friends and relatives is at stake. Responsibility lies not only with the government of the country, the administration of the regions, but also with each person.

The purpose of this page, in numbers and statistics, is to track how this competition between humanity and the coronavirus goes. We discard all emotions from "We will all die!" to "Yes, it's a simple flu!".

Let’s try to discard politics as well, although this is also not easy. At first, authoritarian measures against coronovirus in China aroused a smile all over the world. But they have borne fruit. And in other countries where democracy is rampant, the situation is very complicated. Coronavirus covid-19 is taking more and more lives.

Only bare numbers that are updated several times a day. You can bookmark this page and follow live the development of the situation.

Everything! No more words! See the tables, think and draw conclusions yourself.

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updated: 26 September, 2020 23:05 UTC

In Table 1, the first row presents the data:
Infections - the total number of registered coronovirus infections in the world,
Is dead - the total number of deaths from a coronovirus in the world,
Total mortality - the ratio of deaths from coronovirus to registered infections, expressed as a percentage.
In the second line:
Infections - the ratio of registered coronavirus infections in the world to the total population of the Earth, expressed as a percentage.
Is dead - the ratio of coronavirus deaths in the world to the total population of the Earth, expressed as a percentage.


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Table 1. Current number of patients with coronavirus Covid-19


Table 2. Coronavirus infected

Table 2 shows the data:
Infections - the number of registered coronovirus infections in the country,
Of the total - the ratio of the number of registered infections by coronovirus in the country to the total number of registered infections in the world, expressed as a percentage.


Table 3. The amount of deaths from coronavirus

Table 3 shows the data:
Is dead - the number of deaths from a coronovirus in the country,
Of the total - the ratio of the number of deaths from coronovirus in the country to the total number of deaths from coronovirus in the world, expressed as a percentage.


Table 4. Mortality COVID-19 by country

Table 4 shows the data:
Mortality - the ratio of coronavirus deaths in the country to the number of registered infections, expressed as a percentage.
Maximum - the countries with the highest mortality.
Minimum - the countries with the smallest mortality.


Table 5. Degree of infection from the country's population

Table 5 presents the data:
Degree of infection - the ratio of registered coronavirus infections in the country to the country's population, expressed as a percentage.
Maximum - the countries with the highest degree of infection.
Minimum - countries with the smallest degree of infection.


Table 6. Mortality rate from the country's population

Table 6 presents the data:
Mortality rate - the ratio of coronavirus deaths in the country to the country's population, expressed as a percentage.
Maximum - are the countries with the highest mortality rates.
Minimum - are the countries with the lowest mortality rates.


Table 7. The number of recovered


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