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The US Death Rate from Covid-19 Relative to the Rest of the World

23 Sep 2020, 01:28 UTC
The US Death Rate from Covid-19 Relative to the Rest of the World
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As the US mortality rate for the Corona virus now exceeds 200,000 deaths, it should also be noted that the US has one of the highest death rates in the World from the pandemic: more than twice as high per capita as Canada, nearly 20 times higher than in Australia, and more than 100 times higher per capita than in New Zealand. So as the wealthiest nation on Earth, the US did an astonishingly abysmal job dealing with the current pandemic relative to most of the rest of the world. Covid-19 Deaths per 100,000 population Belgium - 87.11Spain - 65.63Brazil - 65.53UK - 62.98USA - 61.09Italy - 59.12Mexico - 58.40Sweden - 57.60France - 46.79Iran - 29.2Ireland - 36.92Netherlands - 36.72South Africa - 27.68Canada - 25.04Switzerland - 24.07Israel - 14.33Russia - 13.44Germany - 11.32Denmark - 11.04Austria - 8.67India - 6.50Finland - 6.18Poland - 6.05Norway - 5.07Australia - 3.42Japan - 1.20South Korea - 0.75New Zealand - 0.51Singapore - 0.48China - 0.34Taiwan - 0.03Links and ReferencesJohn’s Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center After 200,000 coronavirus deaths, the US faces another rude awakening

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