The number of deaths with covid exceeded 4.6 million, the pace is stagnating


Updates: 09.09.2021 19:13

Washington / Prague – The death toll from covid-19 worldwide has exceeded 4.6 million, according to Johns Hopkins University (JHU). In July, 100,000 more were killed in 16 and ten days, in August it was in 11 days and now three times in ten days. The largest number of casualties since the beginning of the pandemic is recorded in absolute numbers in the United States, where more than 653,000 people have died, according to JHU. This is followed by Brazil (584,000 dead), India (441,000), Mexico (265,000) and Peru (198,000).

So far, 30,413 people have died with covid in the Czech Republic. The number of daily deaths in the Czech Republic has been declining significantly recently, with the Czech Republic now ranking fifth in terms of the total number of confirmed coronavirus victims per million population (2,835), according to ourworldindata.org. Peru has the highest number of coronavirus victims per population (5953), followed by Hungary (3122), Bosnia and Herzegovina (3049) and Northern Macedonia (2954).

Development of the number of deaths with covid-19 in the world:

Number of deaths date
1 January 11, 2020
100.000 April 10, 2020
200.000 April 25, 2020
300.000 May 14, 2020
400.000 June 7, 2020
500.000 June 30, 2020
1,000.000 September 28, 2020
1,500.000 December 3, 2020
2,000.000 January 15, 2021
2,500.000 February 25, 2021
3,000.000 April 17, 2021
3,100.000 April 24, 2021
3,200.000 May 3, 2021
3,300.000 May 11, 2021
3,400.000 May 19, 2021
3,500.000 May 27, 2021
3,600.000* June 2, 2021
3,700.000 June 4, 2021
3,800.000 June 14, 2021
3,900.000 June 25, 2021
4,000.000 July 4, 2021
4,100.000 July 20, 2021
4,200.000 July 30, 2021
4,300.000 August 10, 2021
4,400.000 August 20, 2021
4,500.000 August 30, 2021
4,600.000 September 9, 2021

* Statistics were significantly affected by the adjustment of numbers in Peru, which announced at the end of May that almost three times as many people had died with covid-19 in the country than previously reported – 180,764 instead of 69,342.

Sources: coronavirus.jhu.edu, ourworldindata.org


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