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The coronavirus pandemic leaves nearly 270,000 dead and more than 3.8 million cases worldwide

The United States grows again above 28,000 daily cases and exceeds 75,000 fatalities

The pandemic of the new coronavirus originated in the Chinese city of Wuhan has surpassed 3.8 million cases and has left more than 269,000 fatalities worldwide, according to the balance of Johns Hopkins University.

According to data updated at 9.30 am this Friday, the global balance of the coronavirus amounts to 3,847,102 cases and 269,594 fatalities in 187 countries and territories. The total number of people recovered rises to 1.24 million people, with the United States leading this table, with 189,910 people cured, followed by Germany, with 139,900 patients saved, and Spain, with 126,002.

One more day, the United States remains the most affected country in the world, both in infections and deaths, with a rate of daily growth of infections that this time has been above 28,000 positives, with a total of 28,300 infections. , until reaching a total of 1,256,972 positives and 75,670 fatalities. New York State remains the epicenter of the pandemic, with 327,469 cases.

Spain continues as the second country in number of cases, with 221,447 positives and 26,070 deaths, ahead of Italy, with 215,858 infected and a higher number of fatalities, with a total of 29,958 deaths.

The United Kingdom, which dramatically increased its death toll last week after including those who lost their lives outside hospitals, has registered 207,970 people infected and 30,689 deaths to date, surpassing Italy as the second country with the most deaths from coronavirus.

After the United Kingdom, Russia is located for the first time, which climbs to fifth place overall, overtaking France and Germany with 177,160 cases and 1,625 fatalities, all awaiting the update of its balance this Friday.

France is in sixth place, with 174,918 people with coronaviruses and 25,990 deaths, ahead of Germany, which has 169,430 infected and 7,932 deaths. Next comes Brazil, which exceeds Turkey and 135,773 infected people and 9,190 deaths. Turkey remains with 133,721 infected and 3,641 fatalities, ahead of Iran, which accumulates 103,135 positives and 6,486 deaths.

China, the country where the pandemic originated, remains in eleventh position, with 83,976 cases and 4,637 deaths. It is followed by Canada, which has 66,201 people with coronavirus and which accounts for 4,541 deaths from COVID-19, while Peru accumulates 58,526 cases and 1,627 deaths.

India registers a total of 56,409 positives and 1,890 fatalities, ahead of Belgium, with 51,420 cases and 8,415 deaths. Next, the Netherlands is above 40,000 positives, Saudi Arabia, Ecuador and Switzerland exceed 30,000 infections and Mexico, Portugal, Pakistan, Sweden, Chile, Ireland, Singapore and Belarus already account for more than 20,000.

Qatar, Israel, the United Arab Emirates, Austria, Japan, Poland, Romania, Ukraine, Indonesia, Bangladesh, South Korea, the Philippines and Denmark exceed 10,000 infections.

Serbia, Colombia and the Dominican Republic are above the 9,000 positive threshold, while South Africa, Norway and the Czech Republic exceed 8,000 infections and Egypt and Panama accumulate more than 7,000 positives.

For their part, Australia, Kuwait and Malaysia add up to more than 6,000 cases, ahead of the more than 5,000 positives registered in Finland, Morocco, Argentina and Algeria.

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