Romania is on the first place at the death rate per million inhabitants, with 19.1 in 14 days, being followed by Great Britain – 13.8 and Bulgaria – 12.3, given that the average at EU and UK level is 4.1.Romania has the highest positive rate, with 19 deaths per million inhabitants in 14 days, compared to the European average of 4 deaths per million inhabitants. The rate of new cases per 100,000 inhabitants is almost 4 times the European average, according to the report quoted by G4Media.
Most new cases, in 15 days, were registered by Spain (28,267), Romania (15,420) and France (13,245), given that our country is included in the states with a low level of testing.
The occupancy rate of the intensive care units is visible in Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Luxembourg, Romania and Slovenia.
In the last two weeks, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Luxembourg, Malta, Romania and Spain have reported an increase in cases of over 30%. In Luxembourg, Romania and Spain alone, the rate exceeds 60 new cases per 100,000 inhabitants.
Luxembourg has the highest rate (209.5), followed by Romania (79.4) and Spain (60.2). The European average is 21.5.
The positive rate is 6.2% in Romania, 5.1% in Croatia and 4.5% in Spain, the European average being 1.4%.