The pandemic of the new corona virus, which has its origins in the Chinese city of Wuhan, has already exceeded 280,000 deaths and has infected more than four million people worldwide, according to the latest report by Johns Hopkins University.
According to data updated at 9:30 a.m. on Monday, the global coronavirus balance is 4,103,152 cases and 282,727 deaths in 187 countries and areas. The total number of people recovered rises to 1.4 million, with the United States at the top of the table, 216,169 people being cured, followed by Germany with 145,600 rescued patients and Spain with 136,166.
After registering fewer than 20,000 cases (19,800 positive cases) in the past 24 hours, the United States goes to 80,000 deaths from the disease (79,528 according to the latest update) with 1.32 million cases at a time when the Countries in the country are lifting the restrictions this Monday to begin their economic recovery in their own way.
Spain remains the second largest country with 224,350 positive and 26,621 deaths, ahead of the United Kingdom, which has just overtaken Italy and has 220,449 positive and 31,930 deaths. Italy is in fourth place with 219,070 cases and 30,560 deaths.