According to updated figures, Portugal has a daily average of 1.93 deaths per million inhabitants attributed to the disease in the last seven days, below the European Union average in this indicator, which is 2.13, but above the world, of 0.63.

Of the EU countries, Finland has the highest average (5.2), followed by Estonia (5), Latvia (4.9), Lithuania (4.7) and Greece (4.5).

At a global level and considering only countries with more than one million inhabitants, Hong Kong drops from 35.9 to 25.6 but still has the highest average, followed by South Korea (6.76), Finland, Estonia and Latvia.

In terms of new daily cases per million inhabitants, Portugal dropped from an average of 1,100 in the previous seven days to 1,060 and went from the 16th to the 15th highest in the European Union.

In this indicator, Cyprus has the highest average, at 5,210, followed by Austria (4,260), Luxembourg (2,030), the Netherlands (2,020) and Greece (1,950).

The European average of new daily cases per million inhabitants dropped from 1,350 to 1,110 and the world average from 224 to 184.