According to data updated today, the member state with the highest average of new infections per million inhabitants in seven days is Denmark, with 6,550, followed by France (5,340) and Slovenia (4,810), while Portugal is with an average of 4,730 cases, compared to 3,440 last Monday.

Worldwide in this indicator, and considering only countries and territories with more than one million inhabitants, at the top of the list is Israel, with a daily average of 6,750 new cases, followed by Denmark, France, Slovenia and Portugal.

The European average on this indicator rose this week from 2,130 new daily cases to 2,570, while the world average rose from 372 to 417.

As for the average daily deaths attributed to Covid-19, it rose this week from 2.67 to 3.74, slightly below the European average, which this week dropped from 3.98 to 3.79.

The member state with the highest average of seven-day daily deaths continues this week to be Bulgaria, with 11.9, followed by Croatia (10.1), Slovakia and Greece (8.9) and Hungary (8.6).

Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina (10.6), Croatia, Georgia (9), Slovakia and Greece (8.1) are the countries with more than one million inhabitants that have the highest average of daily deaths attributed to Covid-19 to worldwide in the last seven days.