COVID-19: World update

Paris - The pandemic caused by the new coronavirus has already caused at least 3,875,359 deaths worldwide since the first case in China was notified, according to the daily report from the Agence France-Press.


 

 
More than 178,697,640 people were infected by the new coronavirus worldwide, according to the balance, taken at 11:00 am GMT today, based on official sources.

 
On Monday, there were 6,696 deaths and 296,514 new infections, according to figures collected and released by the agency.

 
The countries that registered the most deaths that day were India (1,167), Brazil (761) and Colombia (648).
The United States remains the most affected country, both in terms of deaths and infections, with a total of 602,092 deaths and 33,554,339 cases, according to data from the Johns Hopkins University.

 
After the United States, the most affected countries are Brazil, with 502,586 deaths and 17,966,831 cases, India, with 389,302 deaths (29,977,861 cases), Mexico, with 231,244 deaths (2,478,551 cases) and Peru , with 190,645 dead (2,030,611 cases).
Among the hardest hit countries, Peru has the highest number of deaths in relation to its population, with 578 deaths per 100,000 population, followed by Hungary (310), Bosnia (294), Czech Republic (283) and Macedonia North (263).
In terms of world regions, Latin America and the Caribbean totaled 1,241,518 deaths for 36,171,636 cases, Europe 1,159,251 deaths (53,982,879 cases), United States and Canada 628,172 deaths (34,963,608 cases), Asia 559,241 deaths (39,215,742 cases), Middle East 148,120 deaths (9,082,067 cases), Africa 137,941 deaths (5,229,852 cases) and Oceania 1,116 deaths (51,856 cases).
The report  was based on data obtained by the AFP from national authorities and information from the World Health Organization (WHO).
Due to corrections made by the authorities and late notifications, the increase in daily numbers may not exactly match the difference with the data advanced the day before.

 

 
More than 178,697,640 people were infected by the new coronavirus worldwide, according to the balance, taken at 11:00 am GMT today, based on official sources.

 
On Monday, there were 6,696 deaths and 296,514 new infections, according to figures collected and released by the agency.

 
The countries that registered the most deaths that day were India (1,167), Brazil (761) and Colombia (648).
The United States remains the most affected country, both in terms of deaths and infections, with a total of 602,092 deaths and 33,554,339 cases, according to data from the Johns Hopkins University.

 
After the United States, the most affected countries are Brazil, with 502,586 deaths and 17,966,831 cases, India, with 389,302 deaths (29,977,861 cases), Mexico, with 231,244 deaths (2,478,551 cases) and Peru , with 190,645 dead (2,030,611 cases).
Among the hardest hit countries, Peru has the highest number of deaths in relation to its population, with 578 deaths per 100,000 population, followed by Hungary (310), Bosnia (294), Czech Republic (283) and Macedonia North (263).
In terms of world regions, Latin America and the Caribbean totaled 1,241,518 deaths for 36,171,636 cases, Europe 1,159,251 deaths (53,982,879 cases), United States and Canada 628,172 deaths (34,963,608 cases), Asia 559,241 deaths (39,215,742 cases), Middle East 148,120 deaths (9,082,067 cases), Africa 137,941 deaths (5,229,852 cases) and Oceania 1,116 deaths (51,856 cases).
The report  was based on data obtained by the AFP from national authorities and information from the World Health Organization (WHO).
Due to corrections made by the authorities and late notifications, the increase in daily numbers may not exactly match the difference with the data advanced the day before.