COVID figures in the world

How serious is COVID in the world

It seems that the second wave of COVID is approaching then it would be fair to know the real figures about COVID.
In fact, the total figures or daily figures, obviously presented by media, do not show how serious is COVID in a particular country.
There are at least another 3 parameters, which should be taken into account.


Firstly it is a population.

If we see terrible figures in the USA or Brasil, the situation is probably worse in small countries with lower total figures, but a much lower population. For a long time, the small state San Marino had the most cases per-capita as Italy, which was considered as the worse country in the world.

The second parameter is the level of health care

and the capacity of the country to undertake the massive testing of the population. The number of deceases depends on the level of health care and there are many countries with a population of over 5 million, but deceases are under 1000 people, even under 100.

Third, the level of democracy.

My definition is probably incorrect, but the higher level of democracy and commercial environment means more problems in introducing different restrictions.
For example, blackout for 1-2 weeks could limit the spread of the virus and reveals the centers of the virus, but in highly developed countries it means the restrictions of personal freedoms and many democratic countries are hesitating to take such a measure until they are pressed by a huge number of COVID cases and deceases.
The COVID charts in this article show only the total number and figures comparing COVID results per capita. Other parameters are more subjective and we can hardly compare the situation in different countries. They are mainly used to explain the huge differences between countries with a similar population and external conditions.
There are different COVID charts used in this article. In order to publish then, the domain name must be first whitelisted, it means that Covidworldcharts.com will allow embedding these charts to blog.tripbeen.com. I whitelisted blog.tripbeen.com and now you can use COVID charts anywhere on this blog without any payment.
Here are some samples of the code which you can embed to your article. For the rest, please go to Covidworldcharts.com, register, and take any chars you need and use them in your articles.

And here are the samples Embed codes which you can use in your charts from covidworldcharts.com

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