The coronavirus pandemic is already affecting nearly 20 million people in the 188 affected countries, including more than 730,000 deaths and twelve million people who have recovered. This is evident from the balance offered by Johns Hopkins University this Monday.
A total of 19,863,850 people became infected with the virus and 731,374 died from it, compared to 19,648,084 and 727,024 on Sunday, which is a daily increase of 215,766 positive and 4,350 deaths, although at the same time the recovered people are of 11.9 million increased to 12.1 million.
The United States has been confirmed in the past few hours as the country most punished by the pandemic worldwide, with more than five million infections (5,044,864) including 162,938 deaths, followed by Brazil and India past these days the three and two million cases with 101,049 and 44,386 deaths, respectively.
Russia, which has recorded 885,718 positive and 14,903 deaths; South Africa, the hardest hit country in Africa, with 559,859 and 10,408 respectively; Mexico (480,278 and 52,298), Peru (478,024 and 21,072); Colombia (387,481 and 12,842); Chile (373,056 and 10,077); and Iran (326,712 and 18,427) complete the “top ten”.