The pandemic of the new corona virus from the Chinese city of Wuhan has crossed two tragic limits in the past few hours: the 600,000 deaths and the 14 million infections worldwide. This is evident from the latest update from Johns Hopkins University on Saturday.
A total of 602,695 deaths and 14.1 million infections have been recorded in 188 countries around the world, particularly since the crisis began. This is from the estimate that was updated this Saturday at 9:30 a.m.
The United States accumulates 3.64 million cases after adding 71,600 new positives in the last 24 hours, which is close to the daily maximum in the historical series. With 139,266 deaths, the United States is also the country with the most deaths.
Brazil – with more than two million positive and 77,851 deaths, including 34,200 new cases from the previous balance – is instead the country with the most recovered patients, with 1.42 million people rescued, while the United States accumulates more than one million discharged patients.