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Death Toll Slows in Europe
According to the statistics available from Worldometers, the death toll in France, Italy, and Spain from COVID-19 is slightly easing off. In fact, the 7-day rolling averages show a significant decline in death tolls of all three countries.

On May 3, Italy reported only 174 deaths. The numbers were the country’s lowest since mid-March. Similarly, Spain also recorded only 164 deaths while the fatality counter for France stopped at 135.
Currently, Germany is showing the lowest death rates in all of Europe, while the UK is recording the highest. However, a significant downward trend in reported deaths is visible for the UK as well.

The U.S. is seeing the worst hit from the coronavirus. Here, the death count exceeds 1,000 daily, while April 21st saw the highest figure at 2,600 deaths. 

Even China – the home base of the outbreak never reported death rates as high as those reported by Europe and the USA.
As of this writing, the coronavirus has affected over 3,626,082 individuals with the global death figure totaling at 251, 047. The total deaths in the USA have surpassed 69,000 while Spain and Italy have reported 25,428 and 29,079 deaths respectively.
Death Toll Slows in Europe
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Death Toll Slows in Europe #Infographic

Death Toll Slows in Europe
According to the statistics available from Worldometers, the death toll in France, Italy, and Spain from COVID-19 is slightly easing off. In fact, the 7-day rolling averages show a significant decline in death tolls of all three countries.

On May 3, Italy reported only 174 deaths. The numbers were the country’s lowest since mid-March. Similarly, Spain also recorded only 164 deaths while the fatality counter for France stopped at 135.
Currently, Germany is showing the lowest death rates in all of Europe, while the UK is recording the highest. However, a significant downward trend in reported deaths is visible for the UK as well.

The U.S. is seeing the worst hit from the coronavirus. Here, the death count exceeds 1,000 daily, while April 21st saw the highest figure at 2,600 deaths. 

Even China – the home base of the outbreak never reported death rates as high as those reported by Europe and the USA.
As of this writing, the coronavirus has affected over 3,626,082 individuals with the global death figure totaling at 251, 047. The total deaths in the USA have surpassed 69,000 while Spain and Italy have reported 25,428 and 29,079 deaths respectively.
Death Toll Slows in Europe
Infographic by: www.statista.com

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