More than 367,000 new coronavirus infections were registered in the world in one day

The number of deaths increased by 1,153 people in 24 hours.

Worldwide, 638,433,457 people have been infected by the coronavirus epidemic so far, and the death toll is 6,621,979, according to data from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore on Tuesday morning Hungarian time.

A day earlier, 638,065,868 infected people were registered, and the number of deaths was 6,620,826, according to the MTI news.

More than 367,000 new coronavirus infections were registered in the world in one day

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The infection is present in 193 countries and regions. According to experts, the number of diagnosed cases does not accurately reflect reality, because the number of tests is more or less limited in each country, and the criteria for registration also differ.

According to official data, Covid-19, caused by the virus called SARS-CoV-2, has the most infections in the United States: 98,351,547. The number of deaths is 1,077,225.

In India, 44,670,940 infections and 530,591 deaths were recorded.

In France, 37,576,243 infected and 159,378 deaths were registered.

In Brazil, there are 34,999,495 infected and 688,907 deaths.

In Germany, 36,247,081 infected and 156,812 dead are registered.

In the UK, 24,203,873 people have been infected and 212,086 people have died from the disease.

In Italy, 24,031,538 infected people are registered, and the number of deaths is 180,518.

In Russia, the number of confirmed infections is 21,234,988, and the number of deaths is 383,617.

In Turkey, 16,919,638 infected people have been registered so far, the number of deaths according to official data is 101,203.

In Spain, 13,573,721 infected and 115,641 deaths were registered.

Iran has 7,559,368 infected and 144,627 dead.

In Poland, 6,348,928 infected and 118,274 deaths are registered.

In China, 3,364,415 cases of infection have been registered, and according to official data, 15,847 people have died from complications of the coronavirus.

On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the coronavirus, which spread from the Chinese city of Wuhan, a pandemic.

Source: Propeller – Saját anyagok by

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