Worldwide, 358,218,594 people have been infected with the coronavirus epidemic, and the death toll was 5,614,675, according to Wednesday morning data from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore Central European Time. The day before, there were 354,788,076 infected people in the world, and the number of fatalities was 5,604,293.
The infection is present in 192 countries and regions. Experts say the number of cases diagnosed does not accurately reflect reality because the number of tests is more or less limited in each country, and the criteria for testing also vary.
According to official data, Covid-19 disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus is In the United States has the highest number of people infected, 72,171,208. The death toll is 871,937. In Brazil 24,342,322 infected and 624,129 fatalities known.
In France 17,420,569 people were infected and 130,483 were killed. The In the United Kingdom 16,158,455 were infected and 154,875 died from the disease. In Italy There are 10,212,621 infected people and 144,343 fatalities. In Spain 9,395,767 infected and 92,376 fatalities were registered. in Germany There are 9,088,672 infected and 117,131 dead.
In Poland There are 4,584,360 infections and 104,097 deaths. In Ukraine 4,075,351 people have been registered and, according to official figures, 106,047 people have died from coronavirus complications.
In Russia The number of confirmed infections rose to 11,055,246 and the number of fatalities rose to 320,844. In Turkey 11,090,493 people have been registered so far, the number of deaths according to official data is 86,299. In Iran 6,267,559 are infected and 132,274 are dead. In India 39,799,202 people were infected and 490,462 deaths were recorded.
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