This news item shows updated data, obtained from various official sources (Johns Hopkins University, Reuters, WHO…), on the incidence of diagnosed cases and deaths due to the COVID-19 virus in Europe.
European countries with Covid-19 incidence at historic highs
Taking into account the historical maximum of COVID-19 infections, the following is a list of European countries, whose weekly average of infections already exceeds 80%, according to data published by Reuters Agency (as of June 13, 2022):
- No European country is at its peak.
More information: Reuters
Countries with the highest average incidence of diagnosed in the last 7 days
According to data provided by Johns Hopkins University as of June 12, the total daily average incidence of diagnosed patients in Europe is 129,879, 13.81% less than during the previous week.
Below are the seven countries with the highest average daily incidence of diagnoses:
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As the table above shows, Germany is currently the country with the highest average number of COVID-19 diagnoses in the last 7 days (44,662). It is followed by Italy with an average of 21,057 diagnosed, Portugal with 20,228 and France with an average of 16,030.
Vaccination situation in Europe:
These are the measures taken by Spain, France, the United Kingdom, Belgium, Germany and Italy: