On average, San Marino is reporting 38 new infections daily. This number represents 14% of the peak, which was the highest daily average recorded on January 20.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, there have been 17,124 confirmed cases of infection and 115 fatalities attributed to the coronavirus in the United States.
At this point, at least 69,338 doses of the COVID vaccination have been distributed across the Republic of San Marino. Assuming that every individual requires two doses, this amount of vaccine would be sufficient to vaccinate around 102.4% of the country’s population.
During the most recent week that was recorded, the average number of dosages that San Marino delivered each day was around four. If we continue at this pace, it will be another 1,693 days before we can administer the election.
As illnesses caused by COVID-19 started to be recorded in different parts of the globe, several nations took preventative measures by closing public spaces such as schools, workplaces, and international crossings in an effort to contain the virus and prevent its further spread.
This graphic illustrates the progression of the various lockdown procedures that were carried out over the length of the epidemic.
Where does San Marino stand in relation to other countries?
There is no one, definitive number that can be used to compare the multiple outbreaks that have occurred in various nations as a result of this pandemic. When you look at a number of different measures, you get a more comprehensive picture of the impact that the virus has had on each nation.
These charts provide a number of distinct data, each of which has its own set of advantages and disadvantages, that highlight the numerous ways in which each country’s epidemic compares to others in its area and throughout the globe.