Covid-19 has killed more than 2.81 million people worldwide

Covid-19 has killed more than 2.81 million people worldwide
Covid-19 has killed more than 2.81 million people worldwide
The SARS-CoV-2 pandemic has killed at least 2,816,908 people worldwide since the WHO detected the disease in the People’s Republic of China in late December 2019, according to the daily balance sheet by France-Presse .
More than 128,851,200 cases of infection have been officially diagnosed since the pandemic began.

The figures are based on the balance sheets communicated daily by the health authorities of each country, excluding the revisions made later by the bodies responsible for statistics in Russia, Spain and the United Kingdom.

On Wednesday, another 11,979 deaths were reported and 637,012 new cases were reported worldwide.

The countries in which the most deaths occurred in the last balance sheets are Brazil with 3,869 deaths, the United States (1,076) and Poland (620).

In total, the United States is the country most affected both in number of deaths (552,073) and in number of contagions (30,460,836) according to the count made by Johns Hopkins University.

After the United States, the countries most affected by the health crisis are Brazil, with 321,515 dead and 12,748,747 cases; Mexico with 203,210 deaths (2,238,887 cases); India with 162,927 deaths (12,221,665 cases) and the United Kingdom with 126,713 deaths (4,345,788 cases).

Among the countries hardest hit, the Czech Republic is the one that regrets the most deaths considering the total number of inhabitants, with 248 deaths per 100 thousand inhabitants, followed by Hungary (215), Montenegro (202), Bosnia ( 201) and Belgium (199).

Europe still totals 958,025 deaths and 43,866,034 cases; Latin America and the Caribbean 783,527 deaths (24,835,522 cases); the United States and Canada 575,024 dead (31,440,882), Asia 272,465 dead (17,928,489 cases), the Middle East 114,137 fatalities (6,524,825 cases); Africa 112,733 deaths (4,217,914 contagions) and Oceania 997 deaths (37,535 cases).

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