According to the World Health Organization, the common flu causes 84 deaths per 1 million people in the world annually – covid-19 has already killed over 230 persons per 1 million people in Italy in less than 2 months. The argument that the common flu kills more people per million has by April 2nd, 2020 been debunked by the realities in: Spain – 221, Belgium – 87, France 85 and by tiny San Marino – 884 persons by 1 million people. The following Geo chart shows graphically the virulence of covid-19.
* The maximum range in the chart is intentionally set to 84 – the annual rates of the common flu for comparison.
The bubble chart shows the number of covid-19 deaths per 1 million population versus the number of confirmed cases. This number is sadly extremely high both in Spain and Italy which has already 4 times the number of the common flu attributed deaths per million people.