Death toll from epidemic in post-World War II Europe


Authorities have announced more than 139,600 deaths since 2020, and Kovit-19 began to disrupt daily life around the world.

The death toll was 55 to 74, according to the Czech Bureau of Statistics.

Months with a maximum Mortality rate January, February, March, November and December compared to the five years before the epidemic.

In general, according to statistics, men die more than women.

At the height of the third wave, in March 2021, the Czech Republic imposed severe locks, including traffic restrictions. Some experts have criticized the move as too late.

In terms of vaccination against COVID-19, the country is still lagging behind the Western EU states. Currently, 63.2% of the population is fully vaccinated and one-third of the population receives a booster dose.

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