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23. 02. 2021. 00:00   >>  17:52 0

AFP DATA

Nearly 2.5 million died as a result of COVID-19

Authorities in 219 countries and territories have reported about 111.8 million COVID‑ 19 cases and 2.5 million deaths since China reported its first cases to the World Health Organization (WHO) in December 2019.

At least 2,474,437 people have died from coronavirus in the world to date, more than 111,641,390 have been infected, while at least 68,552,400 have recovered, according to the latest data collected by Agence France-Presse by noon CET.

The data are based on daily reports of health authorities in each country and exclude subsequent audits by statistical agencies.

On Monday, 6,595 deaths from coronavirus were registered worldwide, and 284,765 were newly infected. The countries with the most deaths yesterday were the United States with 1,297, Brazil with 639 and Mexico with 535 deaths.

The United States was hardest hit by the corona virus pandemic with 500,313 deaths and 28,190,622 infections, according to Johns Hopkins University.

After the United States, the severity of the pandemic is followed by Brazil with 247,143 deaths and 10,195,160 infected, Mexico with 180,536 deaths and 2,043,632 infected, India with 156,463 deaths and 11,016,434 infected and the United Kingdom with 120,757 deaths and 4,126,150 infected.

Among the severely affected countries are Belgium, which has the highest number of deaths in relation to the population of 189 per 100,000, followed by Slovenia (182), Great Britain (178) and Italy (159).

Europe has 833,084 deaths and 36,667,016 infected, Latin America and the Caribbean have 661,324 deaths and 20,800,396 infected, the United States and Canada 522,012 deaths and 29,038,265 infected, Asia has 252,667 deaths and 15,949,216 infected, and there are 102,728 deaths in the Middle East and 5,315,547 infected, Africa has 101,675 deaths and 3,838,878 infected, and Oceania 947 deaths and 32,072 infected.

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