Coronavirus 🦠 in Malta


Coronavirus in Malta today – latest statistics and news of in Malta

  • Cases 2958
  • Deaths 31
  • Recovered 2304
  • Active cases 623
  • Tests 245,028
  • Mortality 1.05%about 10 people per 1000 infected
* according to 27.09.2020 07:30

In Malta there are 0.01%, 2958 people, of all the tested coronavirus cases in the world. Of these 31 deaths, 2304 recovered, according to the latest data, 623 people are ill

According to September 27, 2020, a total of 33,058,423 people were infected in the world, 24,409,745 recovered, 998,745 died, 7,649,933 people are now ill

How many cases coronavirus in Malta

The graph shows the stats of patients with coronavirus in the region, you can follow the daily changes, including deaths and recoveries. Remember that some countries provide data for yesterday, that is, the chart will not show cases on this day, but for the previous one. The yellow line shows current patients in Malta, this is an important parameter to determine whether the disease is on the decline or vice versa

in 2.9 timesin Malta ⇣ lower mortality, then in other countries
10 peopleon average die in Malta per 1000 infected.
In other countries, 30 people

At the moment, mortality worldwide is 3.02%. However, most of these are elderly and people with chronic diseases. It is they who are called upon to protect from the disease in the first place, but in order to do this, all other people also should not be carriers and treats their health with great responsibility

How many people became infected, recovered, and died in Malta from a coronavirus by day

In this chart, you can track the changes by day. Values are shown either that occurred on that day, or sent on that day from the previous one. More detailed numbers can be seen in the table below.

Statistics in the table on infected in Malta by days

This table shows the dynamics of active infections, the decline and decrease daily. It should be borne in mind that the numbers indicated by day do not always mean what happened on that day, it only shows confirmed values on this date, and the event itself could be yesterday or even earlier. The columns indicate the total number of cases since the statistics were taken, plus changes with past data.

DateCasesDeathsЛетальностьRecoveredActive casesTests
Sep 27, 20202958312304623245,028
Sep 26, 20202958+29+1%31+2+7%0.32%2304+43+2%623-16245,028+2096
Sep 25, 20202929+31+1%29+2+7%0.31%2261+70+3%639-41242,932+2545
Sep 24, 20202898+42+1%27+2+8%0.29%2191+18+1%680+22240,387+2303
Sep 23, 20202856+42+1%25+2+9%0.3%2173+60+3%658-20238,084+2444
Sep 22, 20202814+38+1%232113+34+2%678+4235,640+2409
Sep 21, 20202776+45+2%23+3+15%0.45%2079+32+2%674+10233,231+1783
Sep 20, 20202731+32+1%20+1+5%0.15%2047+30+1%664+1231,448+2196
Sep 19, 20202699+65+2%19+2+12%0.3%2017+21+1%663+42229,252+2922
Sep 18, 20202634+39+2%17+1+6%0.16%1996+18+1%621+20226,330+2632
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* "0" or "-" may mean that no data

The dynamics of recoveries and deaths from coronavirus in Malta by days

Malta and other countries in compared to September 27, 2020

Coronavirus is the hardest test for the whole world. He appeared in China in the city of Wuhan, Hubei Province in December 2019. But in February 2020, China said that the virus was almost defeated on the territory of the country, at the time the sick people were declared sick, there were more than 80,000 people who were infected all the time, who were tested.

On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced a pandemic worldwide, and on March 13 announced that Europe has become a center of coronavirus infection. The official names for the virus are: SARS-CoV-2, COVID-19, or 2019-nCoV. One of the very first affected countries was Italy, with a mortality rate of over 10%

Charts and tables with data on infected people are built on the basis of data from various sources, such as: Johns Hopkins University, Worldometer, Стопкоронавирус.рф

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