Cyprus has the third-lowest number of Coronavirus cases in Europe, according to a European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) update on Tuesday.
According to ECDC’s latest tally, a total of 1,174,446 cases and 137,761 deaths have been reported in the EU/EEA and the UK as of May 5.
The ranking of positive cases is led by Spain with 218,011 followed by Italy (211,938), the United Kingdom (190,584), Germany (163,860) and France (131,863).
The lowest number of cases was recorded in Liechtenstein (83) followed by Malta (480), Cyprus (874), Latvia (896) and Slovakia (1,413).
As of May 5, 137,761 deaths have been reported in the EU/EEA and the UK, led by Italy with 29,079 followed by the United Kingdom (28,734), Spain (25,428), France (25,201) and Belgium (7,924).
The fewest deaths were recorded in Liechtenstein (1), Malta (4), Iceland (10), Latvia (16) and Cyprus (20).
See below the latest updates for all European countries:
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