On Tuesday, Hungary was ahead of the United States in terms of population mortality data 444 Based on the graph on the “Our World in Data” page that summarizes global Coronavirus data.
According to the graph, Hungary already ranks 10th in terms of population mortality. Our scientist looked at the data at the ratio of victims per million inhabitants, with 1,572 victims in Hungary and 1,560 in the United States.
They add that Hungary has caught up with the United States as well on the New York Times data page. There, they look at the number of casualties per 100,000 inhabitants, and on March 2, the two countries had the same number of casualties at 155-155. At the top of the list are two dwarf countries, Gibraltar and San Marino, followed by the Czech Republic, Belgium, Slovenia, the United Kingdom, Montenegro, Italy and Portugal, followed by Hungary.
Another deteriorating data arrived on Wednesday: 4,211 new cases of coronavirus were recorded during the past 24 hours, bringing the total number of identified infections to 439,900 since the outbreak began. 136 patients died, bringing the number of deaths to 15,324.
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