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Coronavirus in Poland less deadly than in other parts of Europe, data show

10.06.2020 07:00
With 31 COVID-19 deaths per million population, Poland appears to have been far less affected by the coronavirus than many other countries in Europe, new data show.
Paramedics at work amid a coronavirus outbreak in the eastern Polish city of Lublin.
Paramedics at work amid a coronavirus outbreak in the eastern Polish city of Lublin.Photo: PAP/Jacek Szydłowski

To compare, Belgium has 829 deaths per million residents, according to new statistics released by the Polish health ministry, while Britain has 598 and Spain reports 580.

The list of countries severely hit by the coronavirus also includes Italy, with 562 deaths per million population, France with 448, and Sweden with 465, according to the Polish health ministry.

The Czech Republic has the same proportion of coronavirus deaths as Poland, at 31 per million residents, while Lithuania has 26, one more than Croatia, and nine more than Greece, the new data found.

By Tuesday evening, Poland had reported a total of 27,560 coronavirus infections and 1,183 deaths from the COVID-19 respiratory disease.


Source: PAP