The average number of daily new cases of SARS-CoV-2 infection per million people in Portugal rose slightly in the past week, but the country is still among the three countries in the European Union with the fewest records.
The average daily number of new cases per million people increased this week from 32.29 to 36.43, Portugal ranks third among the member states of the Union, after Malta, with an average of 10.68 new cases in seven days, and Finland, with 35.63 cases. cases.
The EU member state with the largest number of new daily cases is Sweden, with an average of 414 cases per million inhabitants, followed by Lithuania (404), the Netherlands (319), Latvia (304) and Cyprus (266).
As for the daily average of new deaths with Covid-19 per million people in the past seven days, Portugal remains at 0.21, which is the third country in the Union in the best position in this index, after Denmark, with an average of 0, 12, and Malta, which is at Zero.
The country with this higher index is traced back to Hungary, which has a daily average of 8.4, followed by Croatia (8.3), Bulgaria (6.7), Poland (6.2) and Slovakia (5, 3).
The European Union’s moving average of new daily deaths decreased from 3.73 to 2.99 and the global average in the past seven days decreased from 1.66 to 1.58.
As for the new daily cases, the European moving average fell from 185 to 143, and the global average fell from 99 to 86.
In the area of vaccination, Malta remains at the top, with more than 31 percent of the population fully vaccinated and Portugal in the middle of the schedule, at 13.4 percent, above the European average of 12.8 percent.
In terms of the daily average of new deaths per million people attributed to COVID-19, Uruguay remains in the worst case (13.8), followed by Argentina (10.1), Colombia (9.6), Paraguay (9, 3) Peru (9.1) and Brazil (10) .