The new coronavirus pandemic originating in the Chinese city of Wuhan has exceeded 211,000 deaths worldwide, according to Johns Hopkins University, after more than three million cases.
According to the global balance sheet, which was updated at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, 3,043,122 people have been infected and 211,221 people have been killed in the pandemic. The total number of people healed is 894,997, with Spain topping this table with 120,832 people after defeating Germany (114,500) and the United States (111,583) this Sunday.
The North American giant remains the country most affected by the coronavirus, in terms of both number and death, with 988,469 infected and 56,253 fatalities. The State of New York remains the epicenter of the pandemic with more than 291,996 people infected and 22,668 deaths.
For the first time since March 30, the United States recorded less than 25,000 cases of daily infection growth, especially 20,400 positive infections in the past 24 hours.