The pandemic of the new corona virus, which originated in the Chinese city of Wuhan, has exceeded 3.6 million cases and claimed more than 257,000 deaths worldwide, according to Johns Hopkins University.
According to data updated at 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, the global coronavirus balance is 3,584,322 cases and 257,303 deaths in 187 countries and areas. The total number of people recovered rises to 1.2 million, with the United States at the top of this table with 189,791 people healed, followed by Germany with 137,400 rescued patients and Spain with 123,486.
Another day, the United States remains the most affected country in the world, in both infections and deaths, with a daily growth rate of infections that this time was below 25,000 positive (24,000 infections) until it totaled 1,204,475 positive and 71,078 deaths. The State of New York remains the epicenter of the pandemic with 321,192 cases.
Spain remains the second largest country with 219,329 positive and 25,613 deaths, ahead of Italy with 213,013 infected and a higher number of deaths with a total of 29,315 deaths.