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The greatest number of deaths caused by COVID-19 is recorded in United Kingdom, Italy, France, Spain and Belgium.
Compared to June, in July 2020, confidence indicators have improved, however, they still are negative.
In June 2020 actual unemployment rate comprised 9.8 %, which is 0.2 percentage points more than in May.
Passenger turnover at Riga International Airport in June of this year has dropped by 92.7 %, as compared to June 2019.
In May 2020, almost one fifth (18.2 %) of employees aged 15–74 years worked remotely.
In May 2020 the number of foreign and resident visitors comprised 30 thousand, which is 88.5 % less than in May 2019, but, compared to April of this year, it has increased more than 2 times.
In March, prices of fuels for transport went down by 7.0 %, thus lowering the monthly consumer price index by 0.39 percentage points.
Last year, in Latvia there were 804.5 thousand employees aged 15–74. Out of the number, 15.5 % worked in wholesale and retail trade, 3.8 % in accommodation and food service activities, 3.3 % in administrative and support service activities (which include travel agency, tour operator reservation service and related activities), 3.2 % in professional, scientific and technical activities, and 2.6 % in arts, entertainment and recreation.
Poorest population had the lowest possibilities to receive material or non-material assistance from family, friends, colleagues or acquaintances.
Almost one third (29.3 %) of Latvian households did not have any savings at the beginning of 2020.
Provisional results of European Health Interview Survey conducted by Central Statistical Bureau show that 116 thousand inhabitants of Latvia have a long-standing illness of the respiratory system.
In response to the call for special protection of elderly population during COVID-19 restrictions, Central Statistical Bureau has drawn up a map depicting densely populated areas in which share of people aged 65 and over exceeds 30 %.