Wang Linfang,92, molecular biologist Four members of China’s two most prestigious academic institutions died in October – in line with the average in recent years. These are some of the country’s most decorated scientists. The academies publish obituaries to memorialize their contributions. Xie Sishen, 80, physicist specializing in nanotechnologies  Continue Reading

An additional 700,000 people could die from Covid by March in Europe and parts of Asia, the World Health Organization has warned. The death toll already exceeds 1.5 million in the 53 countries of what the WHO calls its European region. The WHO has warned of “high or extreme stress”Continue Reading

Coronavirus deaths in Europe rose 10 percent in the first week of this month and made up over half of the 48,000 coronavirus deaths reported globally in that time, even as new cases and deaths dropped or remained stable in the rest of the world, according to World Health OrganizationContinue Reading

Scroll table to see more data *Deaths per 100,000 people Filter: The worldAfricaNorth AmericaLatin America & CaribbeanAsiaEuropeMiddle EastOceania Country Deaths Death rate* Total Cases US 742,279 226.1 45,760,091 Brazil 607,824 288.0 21,810,855 India 458,437 33.6 34,285,814 Mexico 288,365 226.0 3,807,211 Russia 234,194 162.2 8,377,984 Peru 200,246 615.9 2,201,796 Indonesia 143,405Continue Reading