ArmInfo. The Johns Hopkins University presented an analysis of coronavirus mortality worldwide.
According to the Institute, one of the main indicators of the severity of the COVID-19 pandemic is the mortality rate. Different countries report very different ratios of mortality and morbidity (this is the number of deaths from this disease divided by the number of confirmed cases of infection), which experts believe is due to various factors, from the number of tests performed, to the number of older people in a particular country, and also the characteristics of the health system.
According to statistics, the top ten countries most affected by Covid-19 (the number of deaths is proportional to the number of confirmed cases of infection or population, and not the largest number of deaths in general), in particular: Belgium, France, Great Britain, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, Ireland, Switzerland and the USA.
According to the statistics of cases of mortality and coronavirus diseases by country, Armenia ranks 71st with mortality rates in 2.61 people per 100 thousand. Moreover, in the CIS countries plus Georgia, Armenia ranks second after Moldova, which has a figure of 6.82; followed by Russia 2.34; Belarus 2.05; Ukraine 1.36; Azerbaijan 0.49; Tajikistan 0.48; Kyrgyzstan 0.22; Georgia 0.32; Kazakhstan 0.2; Uzbekistan 0.04; Turkmenistan 0.
Disappointing results in the global statistics of the neighbors of Armenia - Iran (- mortality rate 9 and 9th line in the overall ranking) and Turkey 5.23 rate and 14th line).
The highest mortality rate for the number of infected people is in the USA - 29.68. The top five also include: United Kingdom (55.28). Italy (54.17), Spain (61.38) and France (42.12). The situation is the best in Nepal, Malawi, Antigua and Barbuda, Libya and the West Bank of the Gaza Strip