The coronavirus pandemic leaves more than 400,000 dead and seven million cases worldwide

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The new coronavirus pandemic originating in the Chinese city of Wuhan has left more than 400,000 fatalities and just over seven million people infected worldwide, according to the latest balance from Johns Hopkins University.

According to data updated at 7:00 am on Monday, the global balance of the coronavirus amounts to 7,015,128 cases and 402,285 fatalities in 188 countries and territories.

The total number of people recovered exceeds 3.14 million, with the United States at the top of the list, with 506,367 people cured, followed by Brazil, with 283,952 patients saved, and Russia, with 226,272.

The United States is by far the country with the most infections in the world, with 1.94 million people and 110,514 fatalities.

Brazil continues in second position in number of cases 691,758, but is third in terms of fatalities, 36,455. For its part, Russia has recorded 467,073 positives and 5,851 deaths, the second lowest number of deaths of all the countries that have more than 180,000 infected people, after Peru, 196,515 positives, which registers 5,465 fatalities.

In fourth position, the United Kingdom recorded 287,621 cases and 40,625 deaths. India is behind, in fifth place with a total of 257,486 positives and 7,207 deaths, followed by Spain, which has 241,550 people with coronaviruses and 27,136 deaths.

In France, the balance rises to 191,102 infections and 29,158 fatalities, ahead of Germany, which has 185,750 cases and 8,685 deaths.

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Iran is eleventh and has 171,789 cases and 8,281 deaths. Behind Turkey, where there are 170,132 infected and 4,692 deaths.

The next Latin American country to appear is Chile, with 134,150 cases and 1,637 deaths, after confirming its highest number of fatalities in the last 24 hours, 649, when correcting its calculations.

Next comes Mexico, with 117,103 positives and 13,699 deceased people. Closing the group of more than 100.00 infections is Saudi Arabia, with 101,914 and 712 deaths.

Below 100,000 positives, Pakistan has 98,943 people affected by COVID-19 and 2,067 deaths from the disease. Canada accounts for 97,178 people with coronaviruses and 7,877 fatalities. Next, China, the country where the pandemic originated, which has had 84,191 infections and 4,638 fatalities for several weeks.

Next, Qatar records 68,790 cases and 54 deaths, Bangladesh registers 65,769 positives and 888 deaths, and Belgium has 59,226 cases and 9,595 deaths. Exceeding the 40,000 positives are Belarus, South Africa, the Netherlands, Sweden and Ecuador; while the United Arab Emirates, Colombia, Singapore, Portugal, Egypt, Kuwait, Indonesia and Switzerland accumulate more than 30,000.

For their part, Ukraine, Poland, Ireland, Argentina, the Philippines, Romania, and Afghanistan exceed 20,000 coronavirus positives; ahead of the Dominican Republic, Israel, Japan, Austria, Oman, Panama, Bahrain, Bolivia, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Nigeria, Iraq, Denmark, Serbia, South Korea, and Algeria, which accumulate more than 10,000 infections.

Moldova, Ghana, and the Czech Republic exceed 9,000 cases, while Norway, Malaysia, and Morocco have more than 8,000 positives. Next, Cameroon, Azerbaijan, Australia and Guatemala exceed 7,000 infections; and Finland, Honduras and Sudan exceed 6,000.

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