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The COVID-19 pandemic results in 10.3 million cases and 505,000 deaths worldwide

June 30, 2020

At least 10.3 million people have been infected by the outbreak of a new corona virus worldwide as part of a pandemic that has now spanned more than 505,000 deaths and whose countries are the United States, Brazil, Russia and India, most affected today.

The global case balance was updated on Monday with 156,300 new positives. This is evident from the balance sheet published by Johns Hopkins University, which collects data for 188 countries and territories. More than 5.2 million people have overcome the disease, which is increasing in some of the worst affected countries.

In the United States alone, nearly 2.6 million people are affected by COVID-19 (approximately 41,600 more than on Sunday), with more than 126,000 people killed. Brazil follows with 1.3 million positive and around 58,300 deaths, while in Russia, the third most affected country, there are already 640,000 infected and more than 9,100 dead.

The COVID-19 pandemic results in 10.3 million cases and 505,000 deaths worldwideThe COVID-19 pandemic results in 10.3 million cases and 505,000 deaths worldwide

India, which has recorded some of the worst data since the pandemic started with 1,300 million people in the past few days, is now exceeding 566,000 positive and, according to the above balance sheet, which was updated early in the morning, has almost 17,000 deaths. this Tuesday morning.