The global death toll of Covid-19 - in nine charts and maps
As the death toll from the virus passes one million, there is little sign that the world is close to controlling the pandemic
The global death toll from the Covid-19 coronavirus reached one million on Tuesday, while confirmed cases have passed 33 million.
Cases are continuing to rise fast, with little sign that the world is close to controlling the pandemic.
While dozens of research groups are racing to create an effective vaccine, the World Health Organisation warned last week that as many as two million people could die before one was developed.
Here are nine charts and maps that show the impact of the pandemic, ten months after Covid-19 emerged in the Chinese city of Wuhan.
Covid-19 global deaths by seven-day average
Covid-19 deaths by continent
United States Covid-19 deaths by seven-day average
Brazil Covid-19 deaths by seven-day average
India Covid-19 deaths by seven-day average
Covid-19 deaths in the Middle East mapped
Covid-19 in Europe mapped
The pandemic's reach, country by country
Updated: September 29, 2020 12:04 PM