According to the global counter worldometers.info, there are over 112 million cases of coronavirus
More than 111 million cases of coronavirus have been registered worldwide since the beginning of the pandemic, Agence France-Presse reported, citing its census based on official data as of 11 a.m. GMT (1 p.m. Bulgarian time) today, BTA reported.
2.466 million of those infected have died. More than 68 million have already recovered.
The registered number of cases of coronavirus in the world is only part of the real, notes AFP. Some countries only test people in serious condition, and a large number of poor countries are unable to do enough tests.
However, with the increase in available tests and the improvement of contact tracking methods, the number of reported cases has generally increased.
More than 306,000 new infections were registered yesterday. 5878 people died.
On Sunday, the statistics are usually underestimated, as it is a day off and often data are not received until the next day.
The highest number of deaths in the last 24 hours was in the United States (1311), followed by Brazil (527) and Russia (337).
The United States is the worst affected country by the pandemic, with the most infected (over 28 million) and dead (nearly 499 thousand). Followed by Brazil (more than 246 thousand deaths from 10.618 million infected), Mexico (over 180 thousand died from 2.041 million infected), India (more than 156 thousand died from 11.005 million infected) and Great Britain (over 120 thousand died from 4.115 million infected) .
Belgium ranks first in the number of deaths per 100,000 inhabitants (189). Slovenia (182), the Czech Republic (181), Great Britain (178) and Italy (158) follow.
By region, Europe is hardest hit (nearly 830,000 of the 36.546 million infected). It is followed by Latin America and the Caribbean (almost 660 thousand died of 20.748 million infected) and North America (USA and Canada, with more than 520 thousand dead of 28.979 million infected).
According to the global counter worldometers.info, there are over 112 million cases of coronavirus.
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