At 7pm on Friday, GMT reported that all seven countries are currently in Central and Eastern Europe, with the highest number of deaths from Govt-19 compared to their own seven populations.
With 307 deaths per 100,000 people, Hungary is among the countries with a population of more than 100,000, the most severely affected in terms of its population.
It is followed by the Czech Republic (281 deaths per 100,000 population), Bosnia and Herzegovina (280), northern Macedonia (258), Bulgaria (254), Montenegro (251) and Slovakia (226).
In total, Montenegro, the least populous of the seven countries (628,000 people), has recorded 1,578 deaths since the outbreak. The Czech Republic has the highest population (10.7 million) in these states at 30,088.
Montenegro and the Czech Republic are two countries with a population of more than 100,000, with the highest number of cases reported since the outbreak since 1910, with 15,839 and 15,505 cases per 100,000 population, respectively.
More generally, of the 10 countries with a population of more than 100,000, Europe has the highest incidence of nine deaths per population. These top seven countries in Central and Eastern Europe are followed by Belgium (215 deaths per 100,000 population), Brazil (215) and another Balkan country, Slovenia (210).
Europe as a whole is the worst-hit area by Govt-19, with GMT at 2pm on Friday, 1,130,491 deaths in 52,724,615 cases, Latin America and the Caribbean (1,024,435 deaths, 32,493.431 cases) and the United States and Canada (618,685 deaths, 34,60).
The Govt-19 epidemic has killed more than 3.5 million people worldwide since the disease was discovered in China in December 2019.