The pandemic of the new corona virus, which originated in the Chinese city of Wuhan, has already exceeded 297,000 deaths and, according to the latest data from Johns Hopkins University, has infected more than 4.3 million people worldwide.
According to data updated this Thursday at 10:00 a.m., the global coronavirus balance is 4,348,308 cases and 297,251 deaths in 187 countries and areas. The total number of people recovered rises to 1.5 million, with the United States at the top, 243,430 people being healed, followed by Germany with 150,300 rescued patients and Spain with 140,823.
In a week of two days with fewer than 20,000 cases, the United States has added more than 20,000 positives (20,800 infections) in the past 24 hours, for a total of 1.39 million infected and infected 84,316 deaths, with more than 9.9 million tests to detect the virus.
After overtaking Spain this week, Russia remains the second most affected country in the world, with 242,271 and 2,212 deaths. This is evident from the global balance sheet of Johns Hopkins University, which has not yet taken into account the data for this Thursday. Russia is infected with more than 250,000 people.