The United Kingdom currently tops the global list of highest deaths per 100,000 residents, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University (JHU), CNN says.
The country reported its highest-ever single-day death toll on Wednesday with 1,820 daily new deaths reported and has been averaging about 1,240 daily deaths over the last seven days.
Country-by-country comparisons are imperfect, given that they rely on data from each nation.
As CNN says, the UK's recorded death toll, from a population of 66 million, far outweighs the record tolls in other major countries, including the US, on a per capita basis.
So far, the United Kingdom has tallied 96,166 total deaths since the pandemic began.
Countries with the highest deaths per capita are as follows:
United Kingdom: 142.53
Czech Republic: 140.91
United States: 125.35