Libyan Arab Jamahiriya: CoronaVirus Meter

233449
Cases
186355
Recovered
0
Critical
3375
Deaths
43719
Active
33492
Cases/Mn
484
Deaths/Mn
1235597
Tests
177268
Tests/Mn
Today

3845

Cases

31

Deaths

Total coronavirus cases graph of Libyan Arab Jamahiriya

Daily Trends of coronavirus cases in Libyan Arab Jamahiriya

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Libyan Arab Jamahiriya Mobility Trend

Avg Mobility Trend Vs. COVID19 Cases

According to the Mobility trend in Libya since the outbreak of COVID19, an average of 7% change in mobility has been observed in residential areas and an average of -10% change in mobility in non residential activities such as retails, parks, driving, etc.

The Average Mobility trend is an average of multiple Mobility datasets presented by location and highlights the percentage change(from baseline) in visits to places like grocery stores, parks etc and mobility activities like walking and driving within a geographic area. The raw data is derived from Google and Apple.

Categorised Mobility Trends

Each category of mobility trend represents the change of percentage (from baseline) in visits to places like grocery stores, pharmacy, parks and mobility activities like walking & driving. The data representing Walking and driving trends are dericed from are Apple and rest of the data such as visits to park, grocery, pharma etc has been derived from Google.

Libyan Arab Jamahiriya has so far made 1235597 tests of which 233449 cases have been tested positive. Of the 233449 confirmed cases 3375 deaths have been recorded, 186355 are recovered, 0 are critical and 43719 cases are active and under treatment. On an average till now Libyan Arab Jamahiriya has seen 33492 cases per million, 484 deaths per million and done 177268 tests per million.

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Latest CoronaVirus News & Updates from Libyan Arab Jamahiriya

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27d | MSN

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Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
27d | Deccan Chronicle

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1mon | Wyoming News

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18d | Military Times

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10y | Arutz Sheva

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24d | Military Times

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1mon | Army Times

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15d | Bozeman Daily Chronicle

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10y | Arutz Sheva

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22d | Bozeman Daily Chronicle

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28d | Daily Journal

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23d | Military Times

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1mon | Wyoming News

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17d | New Hampshire Union Leader

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17d | Daily Astorian

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17d | Bozeman Daily Chronicle

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Cases
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Recovered
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Deaths