The pandemic is close to 141 million worldwide infections after registering another half a million cases

The coronavirus pandemic is already close to 141 million infections worldwide since the declaration of the crisis, as confirmed by Johns Hopkins University in the latest update of its balance this Sunday, after registering more than half a million cases in the last hours, and a day after exceeding the threshold of three million deaths.

The pandemic now leaves 3,011,043 registered deaths and 140,735,224 infections after registering 534,881 cases and 10,501 deaths in the last hours. A total of approximately 80 million people have recovered from the disease.

The United States continues as the most affected country in total figures, with some 31.6 million cases and almost 567,000 deaths. Behind are India, currently in record daily figures, with approximately 14.7 million cases and more than 177,000 deaths, and Brazil, with more than 13.9 million infections and more than 371,000 deaths.

For its part, Mexico is the third country in number of deaths, with more than 212,000 deaths, although it is in fourteenth place in the number of infections globally.

France is the only country that currently has between five and six million cases, while Russia, the United Kingdom and Turkey are over four million cases. Likewise, Italy, Spain and Germany have confirmed between three and four million.

In the range between two and three million are Argentina, Poland, Colombia, Mexico and Iran and between one million and two million infections include Ukraine, Peru, Czech Republic, Indonesia, South Africa, the Netherlands, Canada, Chile and Romania .

For their part, Iraq, Belgium, the Philippines, Sweden, Israel, Portugal, Pakistan, Hungary, Bangladesh, Jordan, Serbia, Switzerland, Austria, Japan, Lebanon and Morocco are between half a million and a million cases.

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Saudi Arabia have confirmed between 400,000 and 500,000 infections, while Bulgaria, Slovakia, Malaysia, Panama, Ecuador, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Greece and Croatia have detected between 300,000 and 400,000 cases.

On the other hand, in the range between 200,000 and 300,000 cases are Azerbaijan, Georgia, Bolivia, Tunisia, Nepal, Occupied Palestinian Territories, Dominican Republic, Kuwait, Paraguay, Moldova, Ireland, Denmark, Ethiopia, Lithuania, Slovenia, Costa Rica , Egypt, Guatemala, Armenia and Honduras, as an incorporation of the last hours.

Finally, in the group between 100,000 and 200,000 infections are Qatar, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Venezuela, Oman, Libya, Nigeria, Bahrain, Uruguay, Kenya, North Macedonia, Burma, Albania, Algeria, Estonia, South Korea , Latvia, Norway, China and Kosovo.

China, the country where the pandemic originated, has 102,167 infected and 4,845 fatalities, as the university’s balance sheet concludes.

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