Number of Recorded Coronavirus Deaths in the UK for 30 Apr 2020

Number of Recorded Coronavirus Deaths in the UK for 30 Apr 2020 (739 )

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Number of Recorded Coronavirus Deaths in the UK for 30 Apr 2020 (739 )

  • is 1/500 of Number of babies born every day (370,000 )...more
  • is 1/400 of Pop. of Barbados (293,100)...more
  • is 1/400 of Pop. of French Polynesia (290,400)...more
  • is 1/200 of Number of Deaths resulting from the Atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima, Japan in 1945 (146,000 )...more
  • is 1/100 of Pop. of Dominica (74,000)...more
  • is 1/50 of Number of seats in Fenway Park (baseball stadium) (37,500 )...more
  • is 1/40 of Number of seats in Lord's Cricket Ground (30,000 )...more
  • is 1/40 of Pop. of Gibraltar (29,460)...more
  • is 1/20 of Number of seats in the Arena in Verona, Italy (15,000 )...more
  • is 1/10 of Number of rooms in the First World Hotel in Genting Highlands (Malaysia) (7,350 )...more
  • is 1/5 of Number of seats in Hammersmith Apollo music venue (London) (3,630 )...more
  • is 2/5 of Number of billionaires in the world (1,826 )...more
  • is about as big as Number of Recorded Coronavirus Deaths in the UK for 12 Apr 2020 (744 )...more
  • is about as big as Number of Recorded Coronavirus Deaths in the UK for 22 Apr 2020 (727 )...more
  • is 2 x Number of passengers on a Boeing 777-300 airliner (typical configuration) (368 )...more
  • is 2.5 x Number of Annual average of deaths due to assault in the United Kingdom 2013-2018 (290 )...more
  • is 4 x Number of games played in longest-ever tennis match between Isner and Mahut (2010) (183 )...more
  • is 10 x Number of submarines in the US Navy (2016) (75 )...more
  • is 20 x Number of plays that Shakespeare wrote (37 )...more

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