The new coronavirus pandemic, originating in the Chinese city of Wuhan, has exceeded 227,000 deaths worldwide after more than 3.19 million cases, with the United States again reporting more than 27,000 infections in a single day, according to the US government, data from Johns Hopkins University collected.
According to the global balance sheet updated at 9:30 a.m. on Thursday, 3,195,316 people have been infected and 227,705 people have died since the pandemic. The total number of people healed is 980,761, with Spain topping this table with 132,929 people rescued, ahead of the United States with 124,023 and Germany with 123,500.
The North American giant remains the country most affected by the coronavirus, both in number of cases and in number of deaths. 1,040,488 people are infected and 60,999 deaths. The State of New York remains the epicenter of the pandemic with 299,691 infected and 23,477 deaths.
In the past 24 hours, the United States has again exceeded the 25,000 infection threshold in a single day, particularly accumulating 27,300 positive infections two days after this balance was reduced to 22,000 people with coronavirus, the lowest number since late March. To date, the American giant has performed more than six million tests to detect cases of coronavirus.