Algeria COVID19

Updated: 21:56, July 10, 2020 (CEST)

Cases: 18,242 [+434] 1

Recovered: 13,124

Deaths: 996  [+8]

Tests: NA per million

1 in 18 cases are fatal2:

460 cases yesterday
Last 28 days:

10 deaths yesterday
Last 28 days:

Growth in Number of Deaths

Once COVID19 deaths have started in a country, they often increase quickly. The graph below shows the percentage of the country’s total deaths that occured in the previous 7 days against time (days since 10 deaths). Countries progress towards zero-growth. The more quickly it gets to zero-growth (the green dashed line), the less deaths. The size of the circle represents the total number of deaths. Beneath that is the total number of deaths over the last 7 days. A more detailed explanation is given on the analysis page. This images uses Johns Hopkins CSSE data and refreshes daily.

Labelled points in the top frame highlight countries that have high growth in death-rate, with more than 5 weeks since 10 deaths occured.

Other Countries

Data for all countries with COVID-19 activity (last Updated: 21:56, July 10, 2020 (CEST)) are accessible using the table below. Searches can be done via regex using the search box above the table.

This means that if you want to see the numbers for Sweden, Norway and Denmark only: type sweden|norway|denmark into the search box.

Click on a country name in the table below to go to that country’s summary page.

Data Sources:

  1. Number in square brackets: reported since midnight today (GMT+0)↩︎

  2. For multiple reasons, the number of deaths divided by the number of cases is not the mortality rate of COVID19. It is the percentage of individuals identified to have COVID19 who are now dead.↩︎