The pandemic already leaves 102 million infections and 2.2 million deaths worldwide

The coronavirus pandemic has already exceeded the thresholds of 102 million infections and 2.2 million deaths worldwide after registering almost 610,000 additional cases in the last 24 hours, according to the balance updated this Saturday by Johns University Hopkins.

The agency has indicated through its website that during the last hours 608,161 cases and 15,130 deaths have been detected, which places the total at 102,084,111 affected and 2,206,761 deaths, respectively, while 56.4 million people have recovered from COVID-19.

In this way, the United States continues to appear as the country most affected in total figures, with 25.9 million cases and 436,799 deaths, followed by India, with 10.7 million and 154,147 deaths; and Brazil, with 9.1 million and 222,666 deaths, respectively.

Next, in the range between three and four million cases, are the United Kingdom, with 3.78 million cases and 104,572 deaths; Russia, with 3.77 million affected and 71,054 deaths and France (3.1 million cases and 75,765 deaths. Between the two and three million are Spain (2.74 million), Italy (2.52 million), Turkey (2.46 million), Germany (2.2 million) and Colombia (2.07 million).

Between one million and two million infections are Argentina, Mexico, Poland, South Africa, Iran, Ukraine, Peru and Indonesia, while between half a million and a million are the Netherlands, Czech Republic, Canada, Romania, Chile, Belgium, Portugal, Israel, Iraq, Sweden, Pakistan, Bangladesh, the Philippines and Switzerland.

For their part, Morocco and Austria have confirmed between 400,000 and 500,000 cases, while Serbia, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Hungary, Jordan and Panama have detected between 300,000 and 400,000 infections since the start of the pandemic.

Between 200,000 and 300,000 cases are the United Arab Emirates, Lebanon, Nepal, Georgia, Ecuador, Slovakia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Croatia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Bolivia, the Dominican Republic, Tunisia and Malaysia, which have been incorporated into this group in the last hours.

Likewise, in the group between 100,000 and 200,000 are Denmark, Ireland, Costa Rica, Lithuania, Armenia, Egypt, Slovenia, Kuwait, Moldova, Guatemala, Occupied Palestinian Territories, Greece, Qatar, Honduras, Burma, Ethiopia, Oman, Paraguay, Nigeria, Venezuela, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Libya, Algeria, Bahrain and Kenya.

For its part, China, the country where the pandemic originated, has 99,848 infected and 4,814 fatalities, concludes the balance of the university.

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