Coronavirus Deaths as Percent of Population Tracker, By Country

This table tracks coronavirus deaths as a percent of the population for each country.

(This is a ratio of coronavirus deaths to the total population for each country, then multiplied by 100 to convert to percentage.)

Countries are listed in order by those with the highest percentage of the population that died of coronavirus COVID-19.

(To see the rate of increase for global COVID-19 deaths, see this, or rate of increase for global COVID-19 cases, see this. Or see what percent of the population has been confirmed with coronavirus, or more coronavirus statistics here.)

Below the bar chart, you will find the table of numbers in case you prefer to see the actual data. Jump down there. Or jump down to see the source of this data.

Note: Data as of April 10, 2021.

COVID-19 DEATHS AS PERCENT OF POPULATION
COUNTRY POPULATION # DEATHS # DEATHS AS PERCENT OF POPULATION
San Marino 31,477 85 0.27004 %
Czechia 10,625,695 27,734 0.26101 %
Hungary 9,982,000 23,211 0.23253 %
Bosnia and Herzegovina 3,323,929 7,298 0.21956 %
Montenegro 622,345 1,365 0.21933 %
Belgium 11,422,068 23,428 0.20511 %
Bulgaria 7,000,039 14,351 0.20501 %
North Macedonia 2,082,958 4,182 0.20077 %
Slovenia 2,067,372 4,112 0.19890 %
Slovakia 5,455,000 10,487 0.19225 %
United Kingdom 66,488,991 127,324 0.19150 %
Italy 60,431,283 113,923 0.18852 %
USA 327,167,434 561,783 0.17171 %
Peru 31,989,256 54,669 0.17090 %
Brazil 209,469,333 351,334 0.16773 %
Mexico 126,190,788 209,212 0.16579 %
Portugal 10,281,762 16,910 0.16447 %
Spain 46,723,749 76,328 0.16336 %
Liechtenstein 35,000 56 0.16000 %
Croatia 4,089,400 6,269 0.15330 %
Poland 38,500,000 58,176 0.15111 %
Panama 4,176,873 6,159 0.14745 %
France 66,987,244 98,213 0.14661 %
Andorra 84,000 120 0.14286 %
Argentina 41,343,201 57,647 0.13944 %
Sweden 10,183,175 13,621 0.13376 %
Colombia 49,648,685 65,608 0.13214 %
Chile 18,729,160 24,213 0.12928 %
Romania 19,473,936 25,006 0.12841 %
Luxembourg 607,728 763 0.12555 %
Armenia 2,968,000 3,720 0.12534 %
Lithuania 2,944,459 3,671 0.12467 %
Moldova 4,324,000 5,369 0.12417 %
Switzerland 8,484,100 10,452 0.12320 %
Jordan 6,407,085 7,708 0.12030 %
Bolivia 11,353,142 12,442 0.10959 %
Kosovo 1,800,000 1,968 0.10933 %
Austria 8,847,037 9,662 0.10921 %
South Africa 49,000,000 53,256 0.10869 %
Ecuador 17,084,357 17,275 0.10112 %
Belize 314,522 318 0.10111 %
Malta 403,000 402 0.09975 %
Ireland 4,853,506 4,783 0.09855 %
Netherlands 17,231,017 16,939 0.09831 %
Lebanon 6,848,925 6,630 0.09680 %
Germany 82,927,922 78,402 0.09454 %
Latvia 2,217,969 1,986 0.08954 %
Tunisia 10,589,025 9,235 0.08721 %
Ukraine 45,415,596 38,479 0.08473 %
Georgia 4,630,000 3,869 0.08356 %
Greece 10,727,668 8,833 0.08234 %
Albania 2,866,376 2,310 0.08059 %
Monaco 38,682 31 0.08014 %
Iran 81,800,269 64,232 0.07852 %
Serbia 7,344,847 5,700 0.07761 %
Estonia 1,320,884 1,020 0.07722 %
West Bank and Gaza 3,800,000 2,838 0.07468 %
Paraguay 6,375,830 4,749 0.07448 %
Israel 8,883,800 6,292 0.07083 %
Russia 144,478,050 100,949 0.06987 %
Costa Rica 4,516,220 3,018 0.06683 %
Canada 37,058,856 23,270 0.06279 %
Bahamas 301,790 189 0.06263 %
Oman 2,967,717 1,747 0.05887 %
Guatemala 13,550,440 7,001 0.05167 %
Kuwait 2,789,132 1,403 0.05030 %
Honduras 9,587,522 4,770 0.04975 %
Eswatini 1,354,051 669 0.04941 %
Azerbaijan 8,303,512 3,879 0.04672 %
Libya 6,461,454 2,807 0.04344 %
Denmark 5,797,446 2,440 0.04209 %
Turkey 82,319,724 33,702 0.04094 %
Uruguay 3,477,000 1,414 0.04067 %
Saint Lucia 160,922 64 0.03977 %
Iraq 38,433,600 14,678 0.03819 %
Suriname 492,829 179 0.03632 %
Bahrain 1,569,439 554 0.03530 %
Cabo Verde 508,659 177 0.03480 %
Antigua and Barbuda 86,754 30 0.03458 %
Guyana 779,004 252 0.03235 %
El Salvador 6,420,744 2,048 0.03190 %
Dominican Republic 10,627,165 3,385 0.03185 %
United Arab Emirates 4,975,593 1,529 0.03073 %
Botswana 2,254,126 636 0.02821 %
Seychelles 88,340 24 0.02717 %
Namibia 2,128,471 564 0.02650 %
Kyrgyzstan 5,776,500 1,519 0.02630 %
Morocco 33,848,242 8,891 0.02627 %
Saudi Arabia 25,731,776 6,747 0.02622 %
Belarus 9,685,000 2,344 0.02420 %
Cyprus 1,189,265 272 0.02287 %
Jamaica 2,934,855 669 0.02279 %
Kazakhstan 15,340,000 3,267 0.02130 %
Sao Tome and Principe 197,700 35 0.01770 %
Comoros 832,322 146 0.01754 %
Indonesia 242,968,342 42,443 0.01747 %
Maldives 395,650 67 0.01693 %
Finland 5,518,050 868 0.01573 %
Egypt 80,471,869 12,405 0.01542 %
Barbados 285,653 44 0.01540 %
Lesotho 2,108,132 315 0.01494 %
Mauritania 3,205,060 450 0.01404 %
Philippines 106,651,922 14,744 0.01382 %
Norway 5,314,336 684 0.01287 %
Djibouti 740,528 94 0.01269 %
India 1,352,617,328 169,275 0.01251 %
Qatar 2,781,677 331 0.01190 %
Zimbabwe 13,061,000 1,538 0.01178 %
Gambia 1,593,256 168 0.01054 %
Nepal 28,951,852 3,039 0.01050 %
Equatorial Guinea 1,014,999 106 0.01044 %
Trinidad and Tobago 1,389,858 145 0.01043 %
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 104,217 10 0.00960 %
Zambia 13,460,305 1,226 0.00911 %
Algeria 34,586,184 3,126 0.00904 %
Senegal 12,323,252 1,077 0.00874 %
Afghanistan 29,121,286 2,521 0.00866 %
Pakistan 184,404,791 15,443 0.00837 %
Gabon 1,545,255 127 0.00822 %
Iceland 353,574 29 0.00820 %
Japan 126,529,100 9,352 0.00739 %
Malawi 17,563,749 1,127 0.00642 %
Bangladesh 156,118,464 9,661 0.00619 %
Syria 22,198,110 1,368 0.00616 %
Venezuela 28,870,195 1,759 0.00609 %
Burma 53,414,374 3,206 0.00600 %
Somalia 10,112,453 605 0.00598 %
Sudan 35,000,000 2,063 0.00589 %
Kenya 40,046,566 2,330 0.00582 %
Cameroon 19,294,149 919 0.00476 %
Congo (Brazzaville) 3,039,126 137 0.00451 %
Guinea-Bissau 1,565,126 66 0.00422 %
Angola 13,068,161 550 0.00421 %
Malaysia 31,528,585 1,321 0.00419 %
Cuba 11,338,138 453 0.00400 %
Australia 24,992,369 909 0.00364 %
Yemen 28,498,687 1,031 0.00362 %
Mozambique 22,061,451 789 0.00358 %
Ethiopia 88,013,491 3,146 0.00357 %
South Korea 51,635,256 1,768 0.00342 %
Ghana 24,339,838 754 0.00310 %
Mali 13,796,354 405 0.00294 %
Rwanda 11,055,976 314 0.00284 %
Nicaragua 6,465,513 179 0.00277 %
Sri Lanka 21,513,990 595 0.00277 %
Madagascar 21,281,844 493 0.00232 %
Liberia 3,685,076 85 0.00231 %
Uzbekistan 27,865,738 634 0.00228 %
Haiti 11,123,176 252 0.00227 %
Togo 6,587,239 116 0.00176 %
Chad 10,543,464 167 0.00158 %
Central African Republic 4,844,927 74 0.00153 %
South Sudan 8,260,490 114 0.00138 %
Nigeria 154,000,000 2,060 0.00134 %
Guinea 10,324,025 133 0.00129 %
Cote d'Ivoire 21,058,798 260 0.00123 %
Niger 15,878,271 188 0.00118 %
Papua New Guinea 6,064,515 68 0.00112 %
Congo (Kinshasa) 70,916,439 745 0.00105 %
Sierra Leone 7,650,154 79 0.00103 %
Benin 9,056,010 93 0.00103 %
Uganda 33,398,682 337 0.00101 %
Tajikistan 9,100,837 90 0.00099 %
Mauritius 1,265,303 12 0.00095 %
Burkina Faso 16,241,811 152 0.00094 %
Grenada 107,818 1 0.00093 %
Singapore 3,547,809 30 0.00085 %
Brunei 395,027 3 0.00076 %
Mongolia 3,086,918 20 0.00065 %
New Zealand 4,252,277 26 0.00061 %
China 1,392,730,000 4,843 0.00035 %
Fiji 875,983 2 0.00023 %
Cambodia 14,453,680 26 0.00018 %
Eritrea 5,792,984 10 0.00017 %
Bhutan 699,847 1 0.00014 %
Thailand 67,089,500 97 0.00014 %
Timor-Leste 1,154,625 1 0.00009 %
Burundi 11,175,378 6 0.00005 %
Tanzania 41,892,895 21 0.00005 %
Taiwan* 22,894,384 10 0.00004 %
Vietnam 89,571,130 35 0.00004 %
Laos 6,368,162 0 0.00000 %
Solomon Islands 652,858 0 0.00000 %
Samoa 196,130 0 0.00000 %
Saint Kitts and Nevis 51,134 0 0.00000 %
Dominica 72,813 0 0.00000 %
Micronesia 112,640 0 0.00000 %
Vanuatu 292,680 0 0.00000 %
273,008 0 0.00000 %
Marshall Islands 58,413 0 0.00000 %

Sources:
COVID-19 death numbers from Johns Hopkins CSSE Novel Coronavirus COVID-19 Data Repository.
Population numbers from GeoNames, retrieved on 28 March 2020.

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    • August 16th, 2020 at 7:08 pm

      And that is the real question.
      I don’t think anyone has ever thought of me as a conspiracy theorist, but one can’t help but wonder about Covid19.

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    • October 9th, 2020 at 10:32 am

      So less than 1 percent of people ( way less ) have had the virus and over a million have died so far. If its allowed to go fee without any restrictions .. many millions will die. Work it out for yourself. Work out the capacity of the healthcare system in each country .. how long would they last if if was allowed to spread?

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      • December 23rd, 2020 at 1:03 pm

        Over a million…all the cv stats are padded. This is a corona virus, they’ve been around for a long time. It should just go through the population, just as all viruses do.

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      • December 23rd, 2020 at 1:05 pm

        CDC shows total deaths from all causes is the same as previous years. Funny thing: individual categories – heart disease, cancer, diabetes, etc -have all gone down. The analysis from a Johns Hopkins report concluded that those were mislabeled as cv.

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        • December 28th, 2020 at 5:51 pm

          I’m sorry, Maureen, but that’s simply wrong.

          The CDC estimates that the number of excess deaths in the US from Feb. 1, 2020 to Dec. 12, 2020 is between 308,617 and 420,085. You can read all about the methodology they use to calculate excess mortality here:

          https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/vsrr/covid19/excess_deaths.htm
          

          (The lower number is calculated on the basis of a 95% confidence interval, whereas the higher number is the difference between the number of deaths reported from all causes since Feb. 1, 2020 and the average expected number of deaths from all causes since 2013. You can play around with the CDC’s dashboards at the URL above if you’re interested in more fine-grained results. You can discover, e.g., that Florida had between 18,105 and 27,040 excess deaths from Feb. 1 to Dec. 12.)

          The New York Times also does excess mortality estimates:

          https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/us/covid-death-toll-us.html
          

          as does The Economist:

          https://www.economist.com/graphic-detail/2020/07/15/tracking-covid-19-excess-deaths-across-countries
          

          In short, there’s plenty of high quality information about excess mortality available for those willing to take the time to look for and evaluate it.

          If you don’t have time, I’ll give you a short synopsis: Anyone who thinks that SARS-CoV-2 is “just another virus” is willfully ignoring the facts.

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          • December 29th, 2020 at 6:48 am

            Thanks Bob. Solid information is important; I have no doubt this is a far more dangerous and too-often deadly virus than other existing viruses. Anyway, masking, distancing and hand-washing still makes sense to me.

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          • January 8th, 2021 at 6:20 pm

            Bob,

            Spot on for making that comment as not accurate. I tried to use your csc link but it brought me to an error page on their website… probably something on my end.

            I have compiled the total deaths and population size from 2010 to 2019 with information from wonder.cdc.gov . I then use this to get a death percent per the population for each year (all deaths no matter the cause). In doing this the 10 year average death as a percent of the population is .838 percent ( less than a fraction of 1% of the population dies each year). The 10 year high is .8711 percent.

            With the numbers we have for 2020 the percent of the population that died is .8894 percent. This is only .0137 percent more than the average or roughly 40,000 more people have died this past year than the 10 year average. If you use the 10 year high only about 900 more deaths occured this past year than the worst year in the last ten!

            I hope this helps!

            Knowledge is the light

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          • January 10th, 2021 at 10:22 am

            You are correct, it is not “another virus”…it hasn’t been isolated and identified yet. Every single FOI request has been answered thusly: I’m sorry, we cannot furnish you this information, as we have no data on this…or something close to those words. Yes, indeedy, a pandemic for which the culprit has not been identified. Imagine a pandemic so scary and deadly that you have to be constantly fed fear porn from the msm and the government…so deadly you can’t see it for yourself…so deadly the cdc states that under 70 yrs you have something like a 99.9% chance of survival, IF you even get it. Yes, we’ve had some excess deaths over last year…last year had excess deaths over the year before…other years had fewer, some had more. Funny that the other categories of deaths (heart disease, cancer, obesity, diabetes, flu, etc) have gone way down, to be replaced by covid. Funny also that the way death certs are filled out has changed in 2020, along with the definition of a pandemic. 2020 has been the year of magical thinking.

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          • January 27th, 2021 at 6:23 pm

            The CDC is not a government run entity. It’s a business!! The words are always Covid “related”…Too much power is given to the CDC. The CDC also says my husband does not have Lyme disease anymore. It’s all in his head ~ a psychological issue! Really? Look deeper into “follow the dollar”.

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  1. July 5th, 2020 at 5:01 pm

    Thank you for publishing and updating these stats. I’ve referred to your site often. I LOVE it! Thank you!
    May God bless you.

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      • August 24th, 2020 at 9:54 am

        You are a hero, never take down this page.
        Even though the virus is real this show how ridiculous and fake the pandemic is.

        The world has gone mad and there needs to be C19-Nuremberg Trials.

        Just a couple of headlines for context:

        Spain: Women Beaten by Police For Not Properly Wearing Face Masks
        Italy: Police with Drones Enforce Coronavirus Isolation
        China: Police Lock Potential Coronavirus Victim in Her Own Home
        UK: Police Raid Child’s Birthday Party Due to COVID-19 Restrictions
        France: Riot Police Deployed to Enforce Mask Laws, Storm Bar Over No Social Distancing
        Denmark: Law Enabling Forced Coronavirus Vaccinations Passed
        EU: New Coronavirus Surveillance Tech Gives IDs to Google and Apple
        Germany: ‘Coronavirus Cards’ to Allow Immune Citizens Freedom of Travel, Calling For EU-Wide System
        Australia: Checkpoints to Ensure Workers Allowed to Leave Their Homes, Police Can Enter Without a Warrant
        New Zealand: Lockdown After Just Four New Cases of Coronavirus, PM Delays Election

        Michigan: Democrat Governor Threatens Licenses of Doctors and Pharmacists Who Prescribe Hydroxychloroquine
        Illinois: Mayor Grants Herself Power to Ban Guns During Coronavirus Pandemic
        California: Hospital Has Record Number of Lockdown Suicides
        New Jersey: We’re not going back to normal
        New York: COVID Checkpoints to Enforce Quarantine Order Imposed
        Washington: Restaurants to Collect Personal Info on Diners For ‘Contact Tracing’
        Oregon: Salon Owner Gets Child Protective Services Visit After Defying Lockdown Orders

        Coronavirus Numbers Are Artificially Inflated
        Early treatment with hydroxychloroquine: a country-based analysis
        Who Is Bill Gates? – The Corbett Report

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        • August 29th, 2020 at 9:57 am

          I know, pretty outrageous. How people are falling for this so easily is just stunning. Better wake up before total control is achieved.

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          • September 12th, 2020 at 9:03 am

            Exactly what part are people falling for? The death rate for COVID vs the flu is about 50 times greater. The total number of cases is suppressed because of the precautions that virtually every country has taken. I don’t really understand the conspiracy point of view.

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          • September 12th, 2020 at 2:10 pm

            Ron: all of it. The numbers are padded, the pcr test should not be used for diagnosing patients (look up Dr. Kary Mullis, the inventor, who stated unequivocally that it was never to used that way), it is causing a high % of false positives, we’ve never tested for flu or any other illness like this before, never quarantined the healthy, the “experts” have been repeatedly caught talking out of both sides of their mouths and moving goal posts (remember 2 wks to flatten the curve?), the massive damage from the shutdown has caused vastly more destruction and death than this or any virus…none of this so far has passed the sniff test. Not sure where you’re getting the “50 times greater” death rate. Italy, for ex, has been going through their cv deaths and removing many of them, finding that they actually died of their co morbidities/age. The conspiracy is about control.

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          • September 12th, 2020 at 3:13 pm

            Oh the guy that was using LSD. And said that global warming was all a conspiracy. Every country in the world must be in on this conspiracy. The 50 to 100 times greater is from a paper by 2 epidemiologists. It’s unnecessary to cite because you most likely would not believe it.
            Ok. Thank you. I have not had a conversation with a conspiracy theorist before and now I have.

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          • September 16th, 2020 at 8:30 am

            Ron: so what? You are attacking and dismissing someone because they used lsd? There is actual medical usage for lsd. The idea of global warming has numerous detractors, it could very well be a conspiracy (yeah, governments do that kind of thing all the time, pay attention). The pcr is resulting in a high number of false positives, that is indisputable. Gosh, that tired trope “conspiracy therorist”…yawn. When ya got nothing, attack and dismiss.

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  2. August 4th, 2020 at 5:49 pm

    Appreciate you putting in the time to compile these numbers. Still curious about errors due to how deaths are or are not contributed to COVID.

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  3. October 27th, 2020 at 10:28 am

    You are a numbers person too.
    – Right, only about 0.07% have died from COVIS.
    – Average US life expectancy is about 79
    – About 75% of deaths are over age 65 (see CDC site https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/vsrr/covid_weekly/index.htm
    – Contributing factors are some amount, seems like little info on PURE COVID deaths
    – FYI, about 1,600,000 people (babies) die annually from ABORTION, which means it is 4 to 5 times as fatal as COVIS. It is also an ELECTIVE DEATH in most cases

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    • November 30th, 2020 at 6:36 pm

      I agree with you 100%. Cleanliness, air filters on planes, caution and consideration for others, stay home.if you are sick; these should of been done a long time ago. Taking away our civil liberties over a virus, where precautions can be taken, is wrong. If we keep quiet too long, we will end up wishing we had done something sooner.

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  4. December 14th, 2020 at 2:54 pm

    My question is what are the credentials of isabelcastillo.com? I will try to “google”, and I don’t dismiss such info out of hand. But, is there a “track-record” for this data source? Any major endorsements? Judging “integrity” is hard, but again, I don’t dismiss this, but hope to find our who and what is behind this. Thanks.

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  5. January 19th, 2021 at 12:51 pm

    Dear Isabel,

    Thank you VERY much for analyzing the data this way. I have been telling people to look at the % of deaths per population, since it is more meaningful than “number of deaths per day” -and the like.
    I noticed you were taking the data from Johns Hopkins, because I was using them to do the math to get YOUR information; therefore, if those sites are “reputable”, so is yours!
    Thank you again for taking the time to make it easier to see for those who are paying attention.

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