San Marino has a COVID-19 death rate of 943 per million population (third column from left):

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This is more than 100 times the reported 8.8 global average.

It actually exceeds the rates of the next 4 highest countries combined.

Is this extreme difference merely a statistical anomaly due to the country's relatively small population, or is there something fundamentally different happening there?

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    You should include the demographic of that population in particular age groups. Apr 5, 2020 at 21:17


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