Our world in data. Coronavirus (COVID

This reporting chain can take several days.

In many countries of the world the share of children suffering from stunted growth is still high.


Cowen, Patrick Collison, Tyler 2019-07-30.


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Keep in mind that in countries that do very little testing the actual number of cases can be much higher than the number of confirmed cases shown here.

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Now Brazil seems to be once again shifting gears, and again for the worse.

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. Vaccinations: How many vaccine doses are being administered each day? You have the permission to use, distribute, and reproduce these in any medium, provided the source and authors are credited. 133 1 : 357—406. , Du, H. Tom Chivers we would like to thank for his editorial review and feedback. More information on this change can be found. Retrieved 2021-07-21. The table also shows both the cumulative total and daily new number of confirmed cases, and how those numbers have changed over the last 14 days. However, international bodies can only provide figures as submitted by national governments and reporting institutions. In other words, of the approximately 200 countries in the world, Brazilian mortality due to Covid-19 was higher than that observed in approximately 170-180 countries, but lower than that observed in other 20-30 countries.
Nature Retrieved 2019-01-23
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[ ] See also [ ]• This does not refer to the sick, but to the total population Liu, Xin; Xu, Xun; Vigouroux, Yves; Wettberg, Eric von; Sutton, Tim; Colmer, Timothy D
Testing: How much testing for coronavirus do countries conduct? Retrieved 2020-07-08 ; Siddique, Kadambot H
7 1 : 345 For many Indicators data is available, but major data gaps remain
Retrieved 2019-11-02 Typically, for a case to be confirmed, a person must have a positive result from laboratory tests