According to the John Hopkins Coronavirus Tracker, as of 4:58 PM on 7 April 2020, there have been 12,285 deaths in the United States due to COVID-19. This is more than double what the users claim is the difference between 2019 and 2020, in spite of the fact that the 2020 data used has been adjusted upwards, and will continuously be adjusted upwards, for months.
COVID-19 statistics, graphs, and data tables showing the total number of cases, cases per day, world map timeline, cases by country, death toll, charts and tables with number of deaths, recoveries and discharges, newly infected, active cases, outcome of closed cases: death rate vs. recovery rate for patients infected with the COVID-19 Coronavirus originating from Wuhan, China.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) number includes all deaths in which Covid-19 appears on the death certificate including those that occurred outside hospital, for example in care homes and.
In total, the ONS stats show 507 people in Devon and Cornwall have died with COVID-19 registered on the death certificate. 38 deaths occurred at home, with 269 in hospitals, 199 in care homes, and.
Introduction. The following tables were generated from the Vietnam Conflict Extract Data File of the Defense Casualty Analysis System (DCAS) Extract Files, which is current as of April 29, 2008. The Vietnam Conflict Extract Data File of the Defense Casualty Analysis System (DCAS) Extract Files contains records of 58,220 U.S. military fatal casualties of the Vietnam War.
World Health Organization coronavirus disease situation dashboard presents official daily counts of COVID-19 cases and deaths worldwide, while providing a hub to other resources. Interactive tools, including maps, epidemic curves and other charts and graphics, with downloadable data, allow users to track and explore the latest trends, numbers and statistics at global, regional and country levels.
In the U.S., all 50 states plus the District of Columbia have reported confirmed cases of COVID-19, tallying more than 2,347,102 illnesses and at least 121,225 deaths.
Mapping Police Violence is a research collaborative collecting comprehensive data on police killings nationwide to quantify the impact of police violence in communities. Police killed 1,098 people in 2019.