Lithuania has had a tough time and the 14-day infection rate per 100,000 population has risen to 880, compared to 786 a week ago. Only seven countries in Europe have a higher positive case rate. The death rate per 100,000 people is 7.5, making it one of the highest in the region.
The infection rate in Sweden rose to 644 from 587 the week before. The number of deaths per 100,000 population is 5.0.
The infection rate in Latvia is 307, increasing from 244 the week before. This indicator roughly corresponds to Estonia. In Latvia, the coronavirus mortality per 100,000 population is 4.3, higher than in Estonia with 1.7.
Finland has the lowest coronavirus levels at 88.8 per 100,000, but has increased significantly from 60.7 the week before, particularly in the Helsinki and Uusimaa regions. The death rate is low at 0.4 per 100,000. Only Iceland is lower at 0.3.
Out of the Nordic countries, Norway is the only country where the coronavirus infection rate has dropped, down from 139 a week ago.
Iceland has the second lowest infection rate in Europe at 48, down from 63 a week ago. Only the Vatican is lower.
The highest infection rates in Europe last week were in Montenegro (1,243), Luxembourg (1,223), Andorra (1,192), Slovenia (972) and Croatia (967).
Infection rates have decreased in other major European countries. It is now 733 in Italy (800 last week), 440 in France (748), 419 in UK (487), 385 in Spain (503) and 304 in Germany (311).
The countries with the highest coronavirus mortality are Slovenia (26.9), Liechtenstein (26.3), Bulgaria (22.4), Bosnia and Herzegovina (22.2) and Belgium (20.1).
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