According to the statistical website Our World in Data, the daily average of new cases rose from 2,290 per million inhabitants last week to 2,580 this Monday, followed by Spain with 449, Greece with 351, Germany (338) and Italy (334).
Considering countries and territories with more than one million inhabitants, Taiwan has the highest average of new daily cases (3,420), followed by Portugal, Singapore (1,460), Australia (1,440), New Zealand (1,360) and Panama (727) .
With regard to new daily deaths attributed to Covid-19, Portugal maintains the highest in the European Union (3.19), practically unchanged since last week, when it was at 3.17, followed by Finland with 2.99, Spain with 2.15, Ireland with 1.72 and Greece with 1.56.
In global terms, looking at territories and countries with more than one million inhabitants, Taiwan has the highest daily average of new deaths attributed to covid-19 (3.95), followed by Portugal, Finland, New Zealand (2.65) and Spain.
The average of new daily cases per million inhabitants in the European Union is at 269.51 and that of new daily deaths at 0.91, values lower than what happened last Monday.
The world average of new cases is at 62 and that of new deaths attributed to covid-19 is at 0.19, also down from last week.