The coronavirus pandemic has crossed the threshold of 80 million infected after registering more than 511,000 new cases and 7,077 deaths in the last 24 hours, to add a total of 1.75 million fatalities, according to the balance published this Sunday by Johns Hopkins University.
With the new data, the global count is already 80.372.944 infected people and 1,757,911 fatalities, while the patients who have recovered rise to 45.4 million, with India leading with more than 9.76 million people cured.
The United States has registered in recent weeks worst case data of the entire pandemic and it already exceeds 18.9 million infected people with 331,916 fatalities.
India, the second most punished country in the world, continues with the downward trend in the rate of infections. So far it has more than 10.18 million cases and accumulates 147,622 deaths.
Brazil remains in third position of this classification which is configured from data from 191 countries and territories with coronavirus cases. The South American giant has registered more than 7.46 million cases and 190,795 deaths.
In the case of Russia, it records 2.99 million positives and 53,539 deaths, while France, located in fifth position, has so far registered 2.6 million infections and 62,694 deaths.
The United Kingdom remains the sixth country worst hit by the pandemic, with 2.26 million positives and 70,513 deaths. In Turkey there are 2.13 million people with coronavirus and 19,624 deaths. Italy, for its part, has exceeded two million infections in recent hours and already leaves 71,620 fatalities.
As the ninth most affected country by the pandemic, Spain accumulates 1.85 million infections and 49,824 deaths. The ‘top ten’ is closed by Germany, with 1.65 million cases and 29,950 deaths.
Another evolution of this weekend has been the displacement of Argentina as the second worst hit country in Latin America. Colombia now accumulates 1.58 million cases and 41,943 deaths, some 6,000 cases more than those confirmed by the Argentine authorities, which have confirmed 42,501 deaths.
Over one million cases are also Mexico, with 1.37 million positives and 122,026 victims mortal; Poland, which records 1.25 million positives and 27,061 deaths; Iran, which registers 1.19 million infections and 54,574 deaths; Ukraine, which accumulates 1.05 million positives with 18,461 deaths; and Peru, which exceeds one million cases with 37,368 deaths.
Still under a million, South Africa, the country most affected in Africa by the pandemic, registers 994,911 infected and 26,521 deaths, ahead of the Netherlands, with 764,907 positives and 11,062 deaths, and Indonesia, with 706,837 cases and 20,994 deaths. The Czech Republic, Belgium and Romania exceed 600,000 infections, of which Chile, Iraq, Canada and Bangladesh are over half a million.
With more than 400,000 positives are Pakistan, the Philippines, Morocco and Switzerland. Already in the arc of the 300,000 infections are Sweden, Israel, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, Austria, Serbia and Hungary.
In the range of 200,000 to 300,000 infections are JOrdania, Nepal, Panama, Georgia, Japan, Azerbaijan, Ecuador and Croatia. Above 100,000 positives are the United Arab Emirates, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Lebanon, Slovakia, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Armenia, Bolivia, Denmark, Kuwait, Qatar, Moldova, Guatemala, Greece, Palestinian Territories, Egypt, Tunisia , Lithuania, Oman, Ethiopia, Burma, Honduras, Slovenia, Venezuela, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Paraguay and Malaysia.
China, the country where the pandemic originated, has 95,541 infected and 4,770 fatalities.
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