October 23, 2020 - Belgium ranks first in the world in the number of active COVID-19 infections per 100 thousand inhabitants, and Montenegro is tenth, according to data taken from Worldometers.
In terms of mortality, Montenegro is in 19th place. In terms of testing, it is in 24th position, reports the Mina agency.
In Belgium there are 2,045 active cases per 100 thousand inhabitants, and in Montenegro, 623 per 100 thousand. In second place is Andorra, with 1,653 active cases per 100 thousand inhabitants, the Vatican is third with 1,496, and France is fourth with 1,311.
Of the countries in the region, Slovenia is in tenth place with 488 patients per 100 thousand inhabitants, 37th N. Macedonia with 314 patients, 38 Bosnia and Herzegovina with 314.
Albania is 42nd with 257 patients per 100,000 inhabitants, and Croatia is 51st with 205 patients per 100,000.
Data from Worldometers show that the highest mortality per million inhabitants is in San Marino with 1,237 cases, followed by Peru with 1,026, Belgium with 912, and Andorra with 825 deaths per million inhabitants.
Montenegro ranks 19th with 403 deaths per million inhabitants.
According to the number of tests, Gibraltar is first with 1,789,896 tests per million inhabitants, and Andorra is in second place with 1,778,136 tests per million inhabitants.
Montenegro ranks 24th with 132,626 tests per million inhabitants.
Worldometers only publishes data from countries' own national sources, and therefore data cannot be provided for countries that do not publish their own statistics.