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THE UK NO LONGER HAS THE WORST coronavirus death rate in the world, figures have revealed.
Statistics compiled by the University of Oxford research platform Our World In Data showed the UK has the second worst rate.
On Monday, it revealed that, based on a rolling seven-day average, the UK had a rate of 18.31 deaths per million people.
Although this was an increase on the 16.7 deaths per million recorded last Tuesday, when the UK had the worst record globally, it has dropped a place.
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Something went wrongUnfortunately an error occurred. To try again, refresh the browser.PS-400-602The unwanted top spot is now held by Portugal, with 22.53 deaths per million people as of Monday.
Slovakia is in third position with 15.54 deaths per million, followed by the Czech Republic on 13.75 and African nation Eswatini on 12.68.
Nine of the countries in the top 10 are in Europe – Ireland is in ninth place with 10.47 deaths per million people.
COVID-19 deaths per million people, rolling 7-day average:
1. Portugal 22.53
2. UK 18.31
3. Slovakia 15.54
4. Czech Republic 13.75
5. Eswatini 12.68
6. Slovenia 12.37
7. Liechtenstein 11.24
8. Lithuania 10.71
9. Ireland 10.47
10. Latvia 10.01yahoo