The United States has the second-lowest death rate per capita in the planet, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).
In the most recent WHO death report released on Sunday, the United States recorded a rate of 0.07 deaths per 100,000 inhabitants for a total of 8,892.
The United Kingdom’s rate of 2.06 deaths per million population is higher at 2.16.
In contrast, in Japan, where the rate of deaths was 3.08 deaths per 1,000 people, the rate was only 3.13.
In the United Kingdom, which has the highest rate of people in the country dying each year, the number of deaths is down to 14,719, compared with 28,931 deaths in the United, France and Germany, WHO reported.
The report noted that the rates in Japan and France were higher due to the fact that more people die from natural causes.