The coronavirus pandemic has caused more than 400,000 cases and 10,000 deaths worldwide in the past 24 hours after breaking the barriers of 117 million infections and 2.6 million deaths. This is evident from data collected by the Johns Hopkins University.
The center said on its website that 413,530 infections and 10,070 deaths were confirmed on the last day, bringing the total to 117,571,119 and 2,610,608, respectively, with 66,629,148 people rescued from COVID-19.
The United States is the hardest hit country with 29,096,053 cases and 527,699 deaths. Behind are India with 11,262,707 infections and 158,063 deaths and Brazil with 11,122,429 affected and 268,370 deaths.
Mexico is the third country in terms of the number of deaths at 191,789, despite being the thirteenth largest number of infections in the world.
So Russia and the UK are over four million cases while France, Spain and Italy are between three and four million. Turkey, Germany, Colombia, Argentina and Mexico are in the range between two and three million.
Between one and two million infections include Poland, Iran, South Africa, Ukraine, Indonesia, Peru, the Czech Republic, and the Netherlands, while Canada, Chile, Romania, Portugal, Israel, Belgium, Iraq, Sweden, the Philippines, Pakistan, In in Switzerland and Bangladesh there are between half a million and a million infections.
Likewise, Serbia, Morocco, Austria, Hungary, Jordan, Japan, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Lebanon have confirmed between 400,000 and 500,000 infections, while Saudi Arabia, Panama, Slovakia and Malaysia have confirmed between 300,000 and 400,000 cases.
On the other hand, there are between 200,000 and 300,000 cases in Belarus, Ecuador, Nepal, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Bulgaria, Bolivia, Croatia, Dominican Republic, Tunisia, Azerbaijan, Ireland, Denmark, Greece, Costa Rica, Kuwait, Lithuania and Occupied Palestinian Areas.
Finally, in the group between 100,000 and 200,000 infections are Moldova, Slovenia, Egypt, Guatemala, Armenia, Honduras, Paraguay, Ethiopia, Qatar, Nigeria, Oman, Venezuela, Burma, Libya, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bahrain, Algeria, Albania, Kenya , North Macedonia and China.
China, the country where the pandemic started, has 101,175 infected people and 4,838 deaths, according to the university’s record.