The United States exceeds 98,000 fatalities and has the lowest number of daily infections since the end of March
The new coronavirus pandemic originating in the Chinese city of Wuhan has left more than 350,000 fatalities and more than 5.59 million people infected worldwide, with the United States registering the lowest number of daily infections since the end of March, according to the latest balance of Johns Hopkins University.
According to data updated at 9.30 am on Wednesday, the global balance of the coronavirus amounts to 5.59 million cases and 350,531 fatalities in 188 countries and territories.
The total number of people recovered exceeds 2.28 million, with the United States at the top of the list, with 384,902 people cured, followed by Germany, with 161,967 patients saved, and Brazil, with 158,593.
The United States remains the country most affected by the pandemic and, for the second consecutive day, it remains below 20,000 infections a day, with a total of 18,600 cases in the last 24 hours, the lowest number since March 27. , which brings the total to 1.68 million infected people and 98,929 fatalities.
Brazil remains the second most affected by the pandemic, with 391,222 positives and 24,512 fatalities, after having overtaken Russia this weekend, accumulating 362,342 cases and 3,807 deaths. Russia has the lowest number of fatalities of all the countries that accumulate more than 130,000 infections.
The United Kingdom is in the fourth global position with 266,599 cases and 37,130 fatalities. Spain is behind, in fifth place with a total of 236,259 positives and 27,117 deaths, followed by Italy, which has 230,555 people with coronaviruses and 32,955 deaths.
In the seventh position, France has 182,847 infections and 28,533 deaths from coronavirus, while Germany has 181,200 cases and 8,377 deaths. Turkey, meanwhile, has 158,762 infected and 4,397 dead.
INDIA EXCEEDS THE THRESHOLD OF 150,000 CASES
Closing the group of more than 100,000 infections are India, which exceeds 150,000 cases with a total of 151,876 positives and more than 4,100 deaths; Iran, with a total of 139,511 cases and 7,508 deaths; and Peru, which accounts for 129,751 positives and 3,788 deaths.
Below 100,000 positive, Canada accumulates 88,093 cases and 6,753 deaths, ahead of China, the country where the pandemic originated and which now has 84,103 people with coronavirus and 4,638 deaths.
Next, Chile overtakes Saudi Arabia with 77,961 cases and 806 deaths. In Saudi territory, the pandemic leaves 76,726 infected and 411 deceased, ahead of Mexico, which has 74,560 infected and 8,134 deceased. For its part, Pakistan accumulates 59,150 cases and 1,225 fatalities, and Belgium records 57,455 infections and 9,334 deaths.
Qatar exceeds 47,000 infected and the Netherlands exceeds 45,000, while Belarus has more than 38,000 cases. Ecuador exceeds 37,000 infected, ahead of Bangladesh, which has more than 36,000, and Sweden, which exceeds 34,000. Singapore, the United Arab Emirates, Portugal and Switzerland close the list of countries with more than 30,000 positives, while Ireland, South Africa, Indonesia, Colombia, Kuwait, Poland and Ukraine exceed 20,000 positives.
Overcoming the barrier of 10,000 cases are Egypt, Romania, Israel, Japan, Austria, the Dominican Republic, the Philippines, Argentina, Afghanistan, Denmark, Panama, South Korea and Serbia.
Bahrain, Kazakhstan, and the Czech Republic accumulate more than 9,000 positives, and Norway, Algeria, Nigeria, and Oman have more than 8,000 people with coronavirus.
For its part, Armenia, Malaysia, Morocco, Moldova, Australia, Bolivia and Ghana accumulate more than 7,000 positives. Finland accumulates more than 7,000 infected and Cameroon exceeds 5,000 positives.