COVID-19 Coronavirus Death Rates


Deaths Rates for COVID-19, from countries with over 50 deaths per million people.


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  • Spain has the highest death rate at 270 deaths per million population.
  • Italy is next with 263.
  • Belgium follows with 125.
  • France is next at 124.
  • The Netherlands is 103.
  • Switzerland is 83.
  • UK is 73.
  • Luxembourg is 58.

The USA is currently 29, Canada is 7 and Australia is 1.5.

Total Deaths per country.

Total Deaths for COVID-19, from Countries with 20 deaths or more, showing death Rates and Test numbers.

  • Italy: 15,887 deaths at a rate of 263 deaths per million population. 11,436 tests carried out per million population.
  • Spain: 12,641 deaths at a rate of 270 deaths per million population. 7,593 tests carried out per million population.
  • USA: 9,616 deaths at a rate of 29 deaths per million population. 5,355 tests carried out per million population.
  • France: 8,078 deaths at a rate of 124 deaths per million population. 3,436 tests carried out per million population.
  • UK: 4,934 deaths at a rate of 73 deaths per million population. 2,880 tests carried out per million population.
  • Iran: 3,603 deaths at a rate of 43 deaths per million population. 2,214 tests carried out per million population.
  • China: 3,329 deaths at a rate of 2 deaths per million population. Unknown tests carried out per million population.
  • Netherlands: 1,766 deaths at a rate of 103 deaths per million population. 4,401 tests carried out per million population.
  • Germany: 1,584 deaths at a rate of 19 deaths per million population. 10,962 tests carried out per million population.
  • Belgium: 1,447 deaths at a rate of 125 deaths per million population. 6,040 tests carried out per million population.
  • Switzerland: 715 deaths at a rate of 83 deaths per million population. 18,256 tests carried out per million population.
  • Turkey: 574 deaths at a rate of 7 deaths per million population. 2,151 tests carried out per million population.
  • Brazil: 486 deaths at a rate of 2 deaths per million population. 258 tests carried out per million population.
  • Sweden: 401 deaths at a rate of 40 deaths per million population. 3,654 tests carried out per million population.
  • Portugal: 295 deaths at a rate of 29 deaths per million population. 8,470 tests carried out per million population.
  • Canada: 280 deaths at a rate of 7 deaths per million population. 8,767 tests carried out per million population.
  • Austria: 204 deaths at a rate of 23 deaths per million population. 12,038 tests carried out per million population.
  • Indonesia: 198 deaths at a rate of 0.7 deaths per million population. 36 tests carried out per million population.
  • S. Korea: 183 deaths at a rate of 4 deaths per million population. 8,996 tests carried out per million population.
  • Ecuador: 180 deaths at a rate of 10 deaths per million population. 702 tests carried out per million population.
  • Denmark: 179 deaths at a rate of 31 deaths per million population. 8,503 tests carried out per million population.
  • Ireland: 158 deaths at a rate of 32 deaths per million population. 6,119 tests carried out per million population.
  • Philippines: 152 deaths at a rate of 1 deaths per million population. 179 tests carried out per million population.
  • Algeria: 152 deaths at a rate of 3 deaths per million population. 77 tests carried out per million population.
  • Romania: 151 deaths at a rate of 8 deaths per million population. 2,008 tests carried out per million population.
  • India: 117 deaths at a rate of 0.08 deaths per million population. 93 tests carried out per million population.
  • Poland: 94 deaths at a rate of 2 deaths per million population. 2,134 tests carried out per million population.
  • Japan: 85 deaths at a rate of 0.7 deaths per million population. 353 tests carried out per million population.
  • Peru: 83 deaths at a rate of 3 deaths per million population. 589 tests carried out per million population.
  • Dominican Republic: 82 deaths at a rate of 8 deaths per million population. 419 tests carried out per million population.
  • Mexico: 79 deaths at a rate of 0.6 deaths per million population. 133 tests carried out per million population.
  • Egypt: 78 deaths at a rate of 0.8 deaths per million population. 244 tests carried out per million population.
  • Greece: 73 deaths at a rate of 7 deaths per million population. 2,442 tests carried out per million population.
  • Norway: 71 deaths at a rate of 13 deaths per million population. 19,528 tests carried out per million population.
  • Morocco: 70 deaths at a rate of 2 deaths per million population. 131 tests carried out per million population.
  • Czechia: 67 deaths at a rate of 6 deaths per million population. 7,499 tests carried out per million population.
  • Malaysia: 61 deaths at a rate of 2 deaths per million population. 1,605 tests carried out per million population.
  • Iraq: 61 deaths at a rate of 2 deaths per million population. tests carried out per million population.
  • Serbia: 51 deaths at a rate of 6 deaths per million population. 842 tests carried out per million population.
  • Israel: 49 deaths at a rate of 6 deaths per million population. 12,677 tests carried out per million population.
  • Pakistan: 47 deaths at a rate of 0.2 deaths per million population. 158 tests carried out per million population.
  • Panama: 46 deaths at a rate of 11 deaths per million population. 2,145 tests carried out per million population.
  • Argentina: 46 deaths at a rate of 1 deaths per million population. 188 tests carried out per million population.
  • Russia: 45 deaths at a rate of 0.3 deaths per million population. 4,776 tests carried out per million population.
  • Australia: 37 deaths at a rate of 1 deaths per million population. 11,653 tests carried out per million population.
  • Ukraine: 37 deaths at a rate of 0.8 deaths per million population. 126 tests carried out per million population.
  • Luxembourg: 36 deaths at a rate of 58 deaths per million population. 37,840 tests carried out per million population.
  • Colombia: 35 deaths at a rate of 0.7 deaths per million population. 466 tests carried out per million population.
  • Chile: 34 deaths at a rate of 2 deaths per million population. 2,718 tests carried out per million population.
  • Saudi Arabia: 34 deaths at a rate of 1 deaths per million population. tests carried out per million population.
  • Hungary: 34 deaths at a rate of 4 deaths per million population. 2,200 tests carried out per million population.
  • San Marino: 32 deaths at a rate of 943 deaths per million population. 17,270 tests carried out per million population.
  • Finland: 28 deaths at a rate of 5 deaths per million population. 5,724 tests carried out per million population.
  • Slovenia: 28 deaths at a rate of 13 deaths per million population. 13,355 tests carried out per million population.
  • Thailand: 23 deaths at a rate of 0.3 deaths per million population. 359 tests carried out per million population.
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina: 23 deaths at a rate of 7 deaths per million population. 1,809 tests carried out per million population.
  • Tunisia: 22 deaths at a rate of 2 deaths per million population. 605 tests carried out per million population.
  • Honduras: 22 deaths at a rate of 2 deaths per million population. tests carried out per million population.
  • Bulgaria: 20 deaths at a rate of 3 deaths per million population. 2,288 tests carried out per million population.
  • Albania: 20 deaths at a rate of 7 deaths per million population. 833 tests carried out per million population.

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