The average death rate of coronavirus-related ailments in the countries of the former Yugoslavia stands at 2.7 percent.
Death rates are calculated based on the total number infections and the number of deaths.
Data from the six countries that once made up Yugoslavia shows that there were 7,179 confirmed coronavirus cases on April 9 and 196 deaths.
Serbia has a death rate of 2.3 percent as well as the highest number of confirmed cases (2,867) and deaths (66).
The death rate in the coronavirus pandemic stood highest in North Macedonia at 4.5 perent. That country registered 663 coronavirus cases and reported 30 dead in the pandemic.
Bosnia-Herzegovina had 857 cases on April 9, 35 dead and a death rate of 4.1 percent. The death rate in Slovenia stood at 3.8 percent, with 1,124 confirmed cases and 43 deaths.
Croatia’s death rate in the pandemic stood at 1.4 percent. The country has 1,407 cases and a total of 20 people dead.
Montenegro has the lowest death rate (0.8 percent) with 252 people who tested positive for the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus and two deaths.