The coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis in slowly fizzling in Europe as the two main pandemic hotspots – Spain and Italy – have demonstrated a downward trend in the number of new cases and deaths over the past week.
On April 9, there were 4,226 new registered cases in Spain and 4,204 – in Italy. In comparison, with 20,518 cases demonstrated by the United States as well as the previous numbers demonstrated by Italy and Spain themselves the situation became notably easier. Despite this, the numbers from Italy and Spain still demonstrate a relatively high death toll. For Italy, this is 12.72%, while for Spain – 9.99%.
In comparison, the death toll in the United States and Germany are much lower – 3.53% and 2.12% respectively. From the open data appearing online, it’s possible to make a conclusion that the formal death toll from the COVID-19 outbreak is becoming lower with the expansion of COVID-19 testing in the country. The reason is that with the expansino of testing authorities start counting not only critical cases that more often lead to fatal consequences.
Despite these positive tendencies in the global fight on the COVID-19 outbreal, the situation around the world still remains unsrtable. Furthermore, the coronavirus pandeimc and the erupted pandemic of fear become are damaing the already undermined economic stability around the world.
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