Which countries are testing well and doing well?

COVID-19 tests per case snapshots

Last updated 10 May 2021
Graphs show a rolling 7 day average of daily new cases of COVID-19 with tests per case overlay.
Doing well
Getting there
Not doing well
6 green countries are keeping case numbers low with very few new daily cases.
32 orange countries are declining with fewer daily new cases but still need to do more.
51 red countries are either going up, staying constantly high or going down too slow.
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Total cases
Avg. new daily
Population size
Tests per case
Tests per case 577
Total cases 29,938
Avg new daily 11
Tests per case 1,559
Total cases 103k
Avg new daily 14
Tests per case 7
Total cases 34,180
Avg new daily 7
New Zealand
Tests per case 778
Total cases 2,644
Avg new daily 3
South Sudan
Tests per case 15
Total cases 10,641
Avg new daily 5
Tests per case 13
Total cases 38,433
Avg new daily 9
These countries have less than or equal to 20 average new reported daily cases, and not at early stage of transimission.
These countries are keeping infection rate under 1 in the past 10 days, and have less than 1,000 average new daily cases.
These countries are not controlling infection rate well in the past 10 days, or have more than or equal to 1,000 average new daily cases.

Graphs are countries with population above 4 million and reported case number more than 1000.
Data:Our World in Data...

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