In the Czech Republic, almost 110,000 people have become infected since March, the beginning of the epidemic caused by the new coronavirus. This week, the number of cases of covid-19 in the Czech Republic broke the record for the fourth time, and according to The New York Times (NYT), the Czech Republic is in third place in the world in terms of the number of cases infected per 100,000 inhabitants last week. Hour.
With more than 31,000 cases in seven days, the Czechia is now in 12th place worldwide (the first is India with more than half a million infected, the second is the United States with 334,000) behind the Netherlands and Ukraine and, for example, Israel, Belgium and Italy.
Overall, the Czech Republic is in 33rd place in the world in the number of people infected since the beginning of the pandemic per 100,000 inhabitants, and in the European Union in fifth place, it has surpassed Sweden since Friday. Only Spain, Luxembourg, Belgium and France are worse off.