The pandemic breaks record for the second day with 176,000 cases in 24 hours and more than 449,000 deaths

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Brazil adds another 30,000 cases and India marks its new maximum with more than 12,900 positives

The pandemic of the new coronavirus originated in the Chinese city of Wuhan has registered 176,000 cases in the last 24 hours, which represents a new record in the daily count for the second consecutive day and brings the total to more than 8.35 million people infected. and more than 449,000 fatalities, according to the latest balance from Johns Hopkins University.

According to data updated at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, the global balance of the coronavirus amounts to 8.35 million cases and 449,047 fatalities in 188 countries and territories. The total number of people recovered exceeds 4.07 million, with the United States at the top of the list, with 592,191 people cured.

The United States continues to be the country most affected by the pandemic with 2.16 million people infected and 117,717 fatalities, after registering 25,600 cases in the last 24 hours.

Brazil remains in second position and registers 32,200 positives in the last 24 hours, which brings the balance to 955,377 infected people and 46,510 deaths. Russia remains in third position, with 552,549 positives and 7,468 deaths, after adding 7,800 cases from the previous balance.

INDIA EXCEEDS 366,000 CONTACTS
In fourth place, India accumulates 366,946 cases and 12,237 deaths, after breaking its record in the daily balance with 12,900 cases in the last 24 hours. Next, the United Kingdom registers 300,717 infected people and 42,238 deaths, ahead of Spain, which has 244,688 people with coronaviruses and 27,136 fatalities.

Peru, for its part, accumulates 240,908 cases and 7,257 deaths, ahead of Italy, which has 237,828 people with coronaviruses and 34,448 fatalities. Chile climbs to ninth position after adding 36,200 cases in the last 24 hours, registering a total of 220,628 infected and 3,615 deaths. Then, Iran accumulates 191,051 cases and 9,815 deaths, followed by France, with 195,051 infections and 29,578 fatalities, and by Germany, which registers 188,604 infections and 8,868 deaths.

In the thirteenth position, Turkey has 182,727 people with coronaviruses and 4,861 deaths, followed by Pakistan, with 160,118 infected and 3,093 deaths, and Mexico, with 159,793 cases and 19,080 fatalities.

SAUDI ARABIA EXCEEDS 140,000 CONTAGIA
Closing the group of more than 100,000 infections are Saudi Arabia, with 141,234 infected and 1,091 deaths after beating its daily record with 4,900 positives, and Canada, with 101,491 cases and 8,312 fatalities.

Below the 100,000 positives, Bangladesh accumulates 98,489 infected people and 1,305 deaths, ahead of China, the country where the pandemic originated and which accumulates 84,458 cases with 4,638 deaths.

For its part, Qatar records 83,174 infected and 82 deaths. South Africa registers 80,412 people with coronaviruses and 1,674 deaths, ahead of Belgium, with 60,244 cases and 9,675 deaths, and Belarus, which accumulates 56,032 infections and 324 fatalities. Colombia and Sweden close the list of countries with more than 50,000 cases, with 55,083 infected and 1,887 deaths and 54,562 cases and 5,401 deaths, respectively.

Exceeding the 40,000 positives are the Netherlands, Ecuador, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Singapore and Indonesia, while Portugal, Kuwait, Argentina, Ukraine, Switzerland and Poland accumulate more than 30,000 cases.

For their part, the Philippines, Ireland, Iraq, Afghanistan, Oman, the Dominican Republic, Romania, Panama and Bolivia exceed 20,000 coronavirus positives, ahead of Israel, Bahrain, Japan, Austria, Armenia, Nigeria, Kazakhstan, Denmark, Serbia, South Korea, Ghana, Moldova, Algeria, Guatemala, Azerbaijan, Honduras and the Czech Republic, which have more than 10,000 infections.

Cameroon exceeds 9,000 cases and Morocco, Norway, Malaysia and Sudan have more than 8,000 positives. Next, Australia, Nepal and Finland exceed 7,000 cases, the Ivory Coast has more than 6,000 and Uzbekistan, Senegal, Tajikistan and the Democratic Republic of the Congo exceed 5,000 positives.

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