This is the number of corona deaths in European countries
A death analysis has revealed the countries that have suffered a large mortality rate, including those of the emerging coronavirus in Europe, with the continued decrease in the number of cases and deaths of corona, according to a report by the British newspaper “Telegraph”.
With the virus receding across the continent, the number of deaths in the United Kingdom has become one of the highest in Europe.
Deaths reached their peak across Europe, and most countries have now surpassed their highest levels and are in a descending track after seeing record numbers of deaths compared to recent years.
Since the virus broke out in early March, France has seen nearly 130,000 total deaths – 27 percent higher than average and this increase in the percentage largely indicates the true number of deaths due to corona.
In Spain, more than 100,000 people have died, an increase of 40 percent over the average.
During the same period, more than 160,000 people lost their lives in the United Kingdom – 50 percent more than average at this time of the year.
This comes as the number of people in the UK who have lost their lives due to the virus now exceeds 44,000, according to new data from the Office for National Statistics.
But some countries that have managed to keep the virus under control are now experiencing below-average mortality at the same time of the year, and for the first time this week, the UK saw non-corona-related deaths drop below average for the first time.