There are currently more than 207 people in hospital for every million Australians – similar figures to Belgium, France, Spain and the UK
Australia is nearing the numbers of Covid hospitalisations and daily deaths it saw in the January peak. But Australia is just one of many countries that appear to be caught in a series of rolling Covid waves.
There are currently more than 207 people in hospital for every million Australians. Belgium, France, Spain and the United Kingdom all have similar numbers, and many other countries are seeing increasing hospitalisations. Most of the OECD appears to be either coming off a recent wave or in the midst of one. And only a few of them are currently in winter.
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