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Coronavirus Death Toll

Coronavirus is an epidemic, whose vaccine has not been produced yet. Due to this, the death proportion is constantly increasing day by day. Coronavirus (COVID-19) is affecting 212 countries and all regions, and due to this, its infection is continuously spreading among people. Coronavirus time from the development of symptoms to death has been between 6 to 41 days, with the most common being 14 days to find the symptoms. By 6 May 2020, more than 258,511 deaths are confirmed by the COVID-19. Most of those who have died were elderly, about 80% of deaths were in those over 60 years, and 75% had pre-existing health disease conditions, including diabetes, cardiovascular disease, etc. Coronavirus is affecting all the countries and territories around the world. By looking at this map, you can get an idea of how far this virus has spread in the world. In this map, darker spots show the highest cases of coronavirus in that country, while the lighter spots show the minimum cases of coronavirus.

Coronavirus Death Toll

The first confirmed death from coronavirus was on 9 January 2020 in Wuhan (China). The first death outside the china occurred on 1 February 2020 in the Philippines, and the first death outside Asia was in France on 14 February 2020 by coronavirus. By 28 February 2020, Outside China, more than a dozen deaths each were recorded in Italy, South Korea, and Iran. By 13 March 2020, more than 40 countries and territories had reported deaths on every continent except Antarctica.

By 3 March 2020, the estimate of the crude mortality rate by the World Health Organization (WHO) is 3.4%, While the Infection mortality rate will be lower than the crude mortality rate. The case-fatality rate (CFR) is the proportion of persons with a specific case who die from those cases. During an epidemic, the death rate can be affected by the quality of healthcare, general health, and age profile of the population. The estimate of the case-fatality rate is different from 1.4% to 2.3%.

By 6 May 2020, there are currently 3,741,276 confirmed cases and 258,511 deaths from the coronavirus COVID-19. The below table shows the total case trend in different situations by the coronavirus.

Total Cases 3,741,276
Currently Infected 2,235,332
Serious or Critical 49,243
Recovered/ Discharge 1,247,433
Deaths 258,511

This epidemic has caused the highest number of deaths in USA so far, this figure has reached 1,237,761, and it is likely to go up. Total confirmed cases of coronavirus in USA are 1,237,761 by 6 May 2020. The maximum number of cases of coronavirus has come to USA, and this number is 1,237,761, and the number of people who have died has been 72,275. The second-highest number of cases have been in the Spain from coronavirus. The number of cases in the Spain is 250,561. Coronavirus Death Toll is increasing continuously over time. Here, we will see all the confirmed cases and deaths from the coronavirus by the given table.


Top 50 Coronavirus (Covid-19) Infected Countries LIVE Update

Country Total Cases Total Deaths Total Recovery
USA USA 1,237,761 72,275 200,669
Spain Spain 250,561 25,613 154,718
Italy Italy 213,013 29,315 85,231
UK UK 194,990 29,427 N/A
France France 170,551 25,531 52,736
Germany Germany 167,007 6,993 137,400
Russia Russia 165,929 1,537 21,327
Turkey Turkey 129,491 3,520 73,285
Brazil Brazil 115,953 7,958 48,221
Iran Iran 99,970 6,340 80,475
China China 82,883 4,633 77,911
Canada Canada 62,046 4,043 26,993
Peru Peru 51,189 1,444 15,413
Belgium Belgium 50,509 8,016 12,441
India India 49,436 1,695 14,183
Netherlands Netherlands 41,087 5,168 N/A
Ecuador Ecuador 31,881 1,569 3,433
Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia 30,251 200 5,431
Flag Switzerland 30,009 1,795 25,400
Mexico Mexico 26,025 2,507 16,810
Portugal Portugal 25,702 1,074 1,743
Sweden Sweden 23,216 2,854 4,074
Pakistan Pakistan 22,550 526 6,217
Chile Chile 22,016 275 10,710
Ireland Ireland 21,983 1,339 13,386
Singapore Singapore 20,198 18 1,519
Belarus Belarus 18,350 107 3,771
Qatar Qatar 17,142 12 1,924
Israel Israel 16,314 238 10,527
Austria Austria 15,650 606 13,462
Japan Japan 15,253 556 4,496
UAE UAE 15,192 146 3,153
Poland Poland 14,647 723 4,655
Romania Romania 13,837 854 5,454
Ukraine Ukraine 13,184 327 2,097
Indonesia Indonesia 12,071 872 2,197
Bangladesh Bangladesh 10,929 183 1,403
S. Korea S. Korea 10,806 255 9,333
Philippines Philippines 10,004 658 1,506
Denmark Denmark 9,938 503 7,296
Serbia Serbia 9,677 200 1,723
Colombia Colombia 8,613 378 2,013
Dominican Republic Dominican Republic 8,480 354 1,905
Norway Norway 7,955 215 32
Czechia Czechia 7,896 257 4,006
South Africa South Africa 7,572 148 2,746
Egypt Egypt 7,201 452 1,730
Panama Panama 7,523 210 823
Australia Australia 6,875 97 5,975
Malaysia Malaysia 6,383 106 4,567
Total: 3,741,276 258,511 1,247,433

Total Cases (Worldwide)

The number of cases from coronavirus is continuously increasing. The total cases from Coronavirus in worldwide are 3,741,276 by 6 May 2020. These cases include the patient's death and recovered or discharged patients. This graph shows you how it is increasing continuously day by day.

Coronavirus Death Toll

Total Deaths (COVID-19)

Here, we will see the death graph how it is constantly increasing day by day.

Coronavirus Death Toll

Daily Death Graph (COVID-19)

This graph shows the daily death of coronavirus patients.

Coronavirus Death Toll

Now, we will see total deaths and daily deaths of Novel Coronavirus (nCOVID-2019) from the below table.

Total Deaths of Novel Coronavirus

Date Total Deaths Change in total (Daily Deaths) Change in Total (%)
5 May 258,027 5,787 2%
4 May 252,241 4,096 2%
3 May 248,146 3,481 1%
2 May 244,663 5,215 2%
1 May 239,448 5,624 2%
30 April 233,830 5,801 3%
29 April 228,030 6,593 3%
28 April 217,813 6,365 3%
27 April 211,449 4,532 2%
26 April 206,915 3,751 2%
25 April 203,164 6,069 3%
24 April 197,099 6,182 3%
23 April 190,919 6,618 4%
22 April 184,301 6,624 4%
21 April 177,677 6,941 4%
20 April 170,736 5,379 3%
19 April 165,357 4,993 3%
18 April 160,364 6,449 4%
17 April 153,915 8,341 6%
16 April 145,574 6,830 5%
15 April 138,744 8,109 6%
14 April 130,635 7,142 9%
13 April 123,493 5,612 5%
12 April 117,881 5,616 5%
11 April 112,265 6,286 6%
10 April 105,979 7,175 7%
9 April 98,804 7,444 8%
8 April 91,360 6,639 8%
7 April 82,036 7,382 10%
6 April 74,654 5,227 8%
5 April 69,427 4,737 7%
4 April 64,691 5,800 10%
3 April 59,162 5,990 11%
2 April 53,172 5,974 13%
1 April 47,192 4,883 12%
31 March 42,309 4,535 12%
30 March 37,788 3,723 11%
29 March 34,065 3,204 10%
28 March 30,991 3,518 13%
27 March 27,343 3,270 14%
26 March 24,073 2,791 13%
25 March 21,284 2,390 13%
24 March 18,894 2,381 14%
23 March 16,513 1,873 13%
22 March 14,640 1,629 13%
21 March 13,011 1,625 14%
20 March 11,399 1,356 14%
19 March 10,030 1,695 12%
18 March 8,951 972 12%
17 March 7,979 817 11%
16 March 7,162 642 10%
15 March 6,520 687 12%
14 March 5,833 405 7%
13 March 5,428 447 9%
12 March 4,981 353 8%
11 March 4,628 332 8%
10 March 4,296 271 7%
09 March 4,025 198 5%
08 March 3,827 228 6%
07 March 3,599 105 3%
06 March 3,494 107 3%
05 March 3,387 102 3%
04 March 3,285 83 3%
03 March 3,202 85 3%
02 March 3,117 67 2%
01 March 3,050 73 2%
29 Feb 2,977 54s 2%
28 Feb 2,923 65 2%
27 Feb 2,858 58 2%
26 Feb 2,800 37 1%
25 Feb 2,763 64 2%
24 Feb 2,699 81 3%
23 Feb 2,618 158 6%
22 Feb 2,460 100 4%
21 Feb 2,360 113 5%
20 Feb 2,247 121 6%
19 Feb 2,126 117 6%
18 Feb 2,009 164 7%
17 Feb 1,873 98 6%
16 Feb 1,775 106 6%
15 Feb 1,669 143 9%
14 Feb 1,526 143 10%
13 Feb 1,383 122 10%
12 Feb 1,261 146 13%
11 Feb 1,115 97 10%
10 Feb 1,018 108 12%
09 Feb 910 97 10%
08 Feb 813 89 12%
07 Feb 724 99 13%
06 Feb 638 73 13%
05 Feb 565 73 15%
04 Feb 492 66 15%
03 Feb 426 64 18%
02 Feb 362 58 19%
01 Feb 304 45 17%
31 Jan 259 46 22%
30 Jan 213 43 25%
29 Jan 170 38 29%
28 Jan 132 26 25%
27 Jan 106 26 33%
26 Jan 80 24 43%
25 Jan 56 15 37%
24 Jan 41 16 64%
23 Jan 25 8 47%

Growth Factor of Daily New Cases

Growth Factor is the factor in which a quantity increases automatically over time. The formula to calculate Growth Factor is that:

New cases of every day / New cases of the previous day

Example: If a quantity is growing by 7% every period (In this case daily), the growth factor is 1.07.

If the growth factor is 1 or above, it shows a sign of an increase. However, if it remains between 0 and 1, it shows a sign of a decline, the quantity of growth factor at the end becomes zero.


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