COVID-19 is already causing nearly 2.7 million deaths worldwide

The coronavirus pandemic is causing nearly 2.7 million deaths worldwide, after more than 10,500 more deaths in the past 24 hours. This is evident from the census updated by Johns Hopkins University.

The United States remains the country with the highest number of deaths, accumulating nearly 540,000, just as it ranks first in terms of the number of COVID-19 cases with more than 29.6 million. There are more than 121.8 million positives worldwide, 588,000 of which correspond to the last day.

Brazil is the second largest country in the world hardest hit by the pandemic, with more than 11.7 million cases and 287,000 deaths, followed by India, which has 11.5 million positive and more than 159,000 deaths. Both countries are showing an upward trend.

COVID-19 is already causing nearly 2.7 million deaths worldwide
COVID-19 is already causing nearly 2.7 million deaths worldwide

Russia, the United Kingdom, and France are more than four million cases, while Italy and Spain are between three and four million, and Turkey almost crosses that barrier. Germany, Colombia, Argentina and Mexico are also in the range between two and three million, where more than 196,000 deaths from COVID-19 have been recorded.

Between one and two million infections include Poland, Iran, Ukraine, South Africa, the Czech Republic, Indonesia, Peru, and the Netherlands, while Canada, Chile, Romania, Israel, Belgium, Portugal, Iraq, Sweden, the Philippines, and Pakistan, The Switzerland, Bangladesh, Hungary, Serbia, Jordan and Austria exceed half a million.

Likewise, Morocco, Japan, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Lebanon have confirmed between 400,000 and 500,000 infections, while Saudi Arabia, Panama, Slovakia, Malaysia, Ecuador and Belarus have confirmed between 300,000 and 400,000 cases.

In the range between 200,000 and 300,000 cases are Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Nepal, Bolivia, Croatia, Dominican Republic, Tunisia, Azerbaijan, Greece, Ireland, Denmark, Occupied Palestinian Territories, Kuwait, Moldova, Costa Rica, Lithuania and Slovenia.

Finally, in the group between 100,000 and 200,000 infections are Egypt, Paraguay, Guatemala, Armenia, Ethiopia, Honduras, Qatar, Nigeria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Libya, Oman, Venezuela, Burma, Bahrain, Albania, Kenya, North Macedonia, Algeria and China.

China, the country where the pandemic started, has 101,481 infected people and 4,839 deaths, according to the university’s record.

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