The coronavirus pandemic already exceeds 111 million infections worldwide


The coronavirus pandemic has left more than 347,000 cases during the last 24 hours around the world, at a time when it already leaves more than 111 million infected globally, according to data collected by Johns Hopkins University in the latest update of its balance, this Sunday.

The agency has indicated through its website that during the last 24 hours, 347,976 cases and 8,333 deaths have been specifically detected, which places the total at 111,085,606 infections and 2,461,128 deaths, respectively, with 62.6 million people recovered from COVID-19.

The United States is the most affected country in total figures, with 28 million cases and 497,648 deaths, ahead of India, with 10.9 million infections and 156,302 deaths, and Brazil, with 10.1 million cases and 244,977 deaths , respectively. Mexico is the third country with the most deaths from COVID-19, with 179,797, although it ranks as thirteenth in the number of infections.

The United Kingdom and Russia have more than four million cases, while France and Spain are between three and four million. In the range between two and three million infections are Italy, Turkey, Germany, Colombia, Argentina and Mexico.

Between one million and two million infections include Poland, Iran, South Africa, Ukraine, Indonesia, Peru, the Czech Republic and the Netherlands, while Canada, Portugal, Chile, Romania, Belgium, Israel, Iraq, Sweden, Pakistan, the Philippines, Switzerland and Bangladesh are between half a million and a million infections.

Morocco, Austria, Serbia, Japan and Hungary have confirmed between 400,000 and 500,000 infections, while Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Jordan, Lebanon and Panama have detected between 300,000 and 400,000 cases.

Likewise, in the range between 200,000 and 300,000 cases are Slovakia, Malaysia, Belarus, Nepal, Ecuador, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Bolivia, Croatia, Bulgaria, the Dominican Republic, Azerbaijan, Tunisia, Ireland, Denmark and Costa Rica.

Finally, in the group between 100,000 and 200,000 infections are Lithuania, Slovenia, Kuwait, Greece, Egypt, Moldova, Occupied Palestinian Territories, Guatemala, Armenia, Honduras, Qatar, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Paraguay, Burma, Oman, Venezuela , Libya, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bahrain, Algeria, Kenya and China.

China, the country where the pandemic originated, has 100,727 infected and 4,833 fatalities, as the university’s balance sheet concludes.

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