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At least 673,909 deaths worldwide have been caused by the new coroner pandemic since the World Health Organization (WHO) announced the outbreak in late December, according to an official AFP report based on official figures.

More than 17,352,910 cases have been officially diagnosed in 196 countries and territories since the outbreak of the pandemic, 9,992,800 of which are now considered cured. However, the number of cases diagnosed is only a small fraction of the actual number.

Some countries perform tests only in severe cases, others use priority tests for tracking, and many of the poorer countries have only limited diagnostic capabilities. Yesterday, 6,459 new deaths and 290,986 new cases were recorded worldwide.

The countries that have recorded the largest number of new deaths in their latest reports are the USA with 1,379 deaths, Brazil (1,129) and India (779). The United States is the worst-hit country in terms of both deaths and cases, with 152,070 deaths and 4,495,224 officially reported cases, according to the Johns Hopkins University count. At least 1,414,155 people have been diagnosed with the disease.

After the USA, the most affected countries are Brazil with 91,263 deaths on 2,610,102 cases, Mexico with 46,000 on 416,179 cases, the United Kingdom with 45,999 deaths on 302,301 cases and India with 35,747 on 1,638,870 cases. Among the countries hardest hit is Belgium, which has the highest number of deaths in the population, with 85 deaths per 100,000 inhabitants.

It is followed by the United Kingdom with 68, Spain with 61, Italy with 58 and Peru with 58. China (excluding the territories of Hong Kong and Macao) has officially recorded 84,292 cases (127 new cases since yesterday), among them 4,634 deaths and 78,974 injuries. As of yesterday, Fiji and Vietnam recorded the first deaths from Covid-19.

The total death toll in Europe is 209,780 out of 3,157,253 cases, Latin America and the Caribbean count 194,683 deaths (4,733,320 cases), the US and Canada 161,027 deaths (4,610,868 cases), Asia 61.8 (2,775,743 cases), the Middle East 26,997 dead (1,146,821 cases), Africa 19,325 dead (910,325 cases) and Oceania 229 dead (18,615 cases).

Source: ΑΠΕ-ΜΠΕ

At least 673,909 deaths worldwide have been caused by the new coroner pandemic since the World Health Organization (WHO) announced the outbreak in late December, according to an official AFP report based on official figures.

More than 17,352,910 cases have been officially diagnosed in 196 countries and territories since the outbreak of the pandemic, 9,992,800 of which are now considered cured. However, the number of cases diagnosed is only a small fraction of the actual number.

Some countries perform tests only in severe cases, others use priority tests for tracking, and many of the poorer countries have only limited diagnostic capabilities. Yesterday, 6,459 new deaths and 290,986 new cases were recorded worldwide.

The countries that have recorded the largest number of new deaths in their latest reports are the USA with 1,379 deaths, Brazil (1,129) and India (779). The United States is the worst-hit country in terms of both deaths and cases, with 152,070 deaths and 4,495,224 officially reported cases, according to the Johns Hopkins University count. At least 1,414,155 people have been diagnosed with the disease.

After the USA, the most affected countries are Brazil with 91,263 deaths on 2,610,102 cases, Mexico with 46,000 on 416,179 cases, the United Kingdom with 45,999 deaths on 302,301 cases and India with 35,747 on 1,638,870 cases. Among the countries hardest hit is Belgium, which has the highest number of deaths in the population, with 85 deaths per 100,000 inhabitants.

It is followed by the United Kingdom with 68, Spain with 61, Italy with 58 and Peru with 58. China (excluding the territories of Hong Kong and Macao) has officially recorded 84,292 cases (127 new cases since yesterday), among them 4,634 deaths and 78,974 injuries. As of yesterday, Fiji and Vietnam recorded the first deaths from Covid-19.

The total death toll in Europe is 209,780 out of 3,157,253 cases, Latin America and the Caribbean count 194,683 deaths (4,733,320 cases), the US and Canada 161,027 deaths (4,610,868 cases), Asia 61.8 (2,775,743 cases), the Middle East 26,997 dead (1,146,821 cases), Africa 19,325 dead (910,325 cases) and Oceania 229 dead (18,615 cases).

Source: ΑΠΕ-ΜΠΕ



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