I have been doing Data Analytics Studies on the Coronavirus Pandemic for 33 days. The 20 countries in this Table are the ones which have reported the most number of COVID-19 related deaths until Midnight UTC/GMT yesterday (16 April).
The 20 countries comprise 138,054 COVID-19 deaths, which is 94.9% of total 145,471 deaths worldwide.
The Compounded Daily Growth Rate (CDGR) has been calculated for a 10-day period from 6th April to 16th April, and the same CDGR has been applied to project the deaths on 26th April; however, there may be changes based on the situation in each country over the next 10 days. Today’s comparison is between the 7-day period 10—17 April with the 7-day period 9—16 April.
As you can see from the Table, Canada, Brazil and India have the highest CDGR, based on which each of these three countries is expected to move up 3 ranks in the highest no. of deaths. As USA has a substantially higher death count than the current No.2 (Italy) and No.3 (Spain), USA will maintain its No.1 position. Belgium, Ireland and Germany are expected to move up 1 rank each; while UK and France are expected to move up 2 ranks each. Sweden, Turkey Austria and Netherlands are expected to maintain their ranks. Switzerland is expected to go down 1 rank; Indonesia, Portugal and Spain down 2 ranks; and Iran down 3 ranks.
And of course, the one and only China — the most honest country in reporting COVID-19 cases and deaths — is projected to go down 5 ranks. (Yes, I’m being sarcastic!)
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LATEST UPDATES (at 2:15 pm UTC):
- The world has crossed 2.208 million cases
- The global death toll is over 148,700
- India has reached 13,911 cases and 457 deaths as per covid19india.org
- UK became the 6th country to cross 100,000 cases
- Russia crossed Netherlands, Canada and Brazil to the No.11 rank in cases
- 5 countries have crossed 130,000 cases (up from 1 on April 3)
- 8 countries have crossed 75,000 cases (up from 4 on April 3)
- 14 countries have crossed 30,000 cases (up from 10 on April 3)
- 16 countries have crossed 15,000 cases (up from 12 on April 3)
- 23 countries have crossed 10,000 cases
- 28 countries have crossed 7,500 cases
41 countries have crossed 5,000 cases (up from 20 on April 3)
45 countries have crossed 4,000 cases (up from 25 on April 3)
49 countries have crossed 3,000 cases (up from 27 on April 3)
- Belgium became the 6th country to cross 5,000 deaths
- 5 countries have 14,500+ deaths (up from 2 on April 3)
- 10 countries have 3000+ deaths (up from 7 on April 3)
- 15 countries have 1000+ deaths (up from 10 on April 3)
- 17 countries have 500+ deaths (up from 12 on April 3)
- 27 countries have 300+ deaths (up from 17 on April 3)