The coronavirus pandemic already shows a global balance of 19.6 million infected people, around 730,000 deaths and almost 12 million people cured in the 188 countries affected by COVID-19. This is evident from the balance that Jhons Hopkins University offered this Sunday.
A total of 19,648,084 people became infected with the virus and 727,024 died from it, compared to 19,381,455 and 721,409 on Saturday, representing a daily increase of 266,629 positive and 5,615 deaths, albeit at the same time The people who recovered have increased from 11.7 to 11.9 million.
At the top of this world rankings is the United States with 4,998,105 cases and 162,425 deaths. followed by Brazil, which exceeded three million infections (3,012,412) in those 24 hours, including 100,477 deaths; and India with 2,153,010 infected and 43,379 deaths.
Russia, which has recorded 880,563 positive and 14,827 deaths; South Africa, the hardest hit country in Africa, with 553,188 and 10,210 respectively; Mexico (475,902 and 52,006), Peru (471,012 and 20,844); Colombia (376,870 and 12,540); Chile (371,023 and 10,011); and Iran (324,692 and 18,264) complete the “Top Ten”.