Covid: The evolution of epidemiological data around the world is frightening
Author: MTI [email protected]
Published on 08/20/2021 07:33 | Updated: 08/20/2021 07:37
Baltimore – 209.9 million infected and 4.4 million deaths worldwide.
So far, 209,934,849 people worldwide have been infected with the coronavirus, with 4,402,002 deaths at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore CET on Friday morning.
A day earlier, 209,239,022 people were registered, with 4,392,212 deaths.
Infection is present in 192 countries and territories. Experts say the number of diagnosed cases does not accurately reflect reality because the number of tests is somewhat limited in each country, and registration criteria also vary.
The number of hospitalized patients with coronavirus infection in the United States is steadily increasing, in part due to the prevalence of the highly contagious delta variant and lower-than-average vaccination rate in some states, the American press reports.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Thursday evening that Turkey is demanding a negative PCR test for those who have not been vaccinated against the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus in several areas, including education, domestic travel and some recreational and community events.
According to official data, Covid-19 disease caused by SARS-CoV-2 virus is in the United States of America It has the highest number of infected people, 3,7293,969, and the number of deaths, 625,166.
in India A total of 3,232,258 cases were recorded, and 433,049 deaths were reported.
in Brazil 20,494,212 were injured and 572,641 were killed.
in France And 6,636,833 injuries and 113,376 deaths were recorded.
In Russia The number of confirmed infections rose to 6,592,705, and the number of deaths rose to 170,716.
The in the UK 6,422,515 were infected and 131,691 died of the disease.
in Turkey So far, 6,157,742 injuries have been recorded, and the number of deaths, according to official data, is 53,891.
In Spain 4,758,003 infected and 83,004 deaths were recorded.
In Italy There are 4,464,005 infected, including 128,634 deaths.
In Germany 3,854,529 were infected and 9,963 died.
On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, which has spread from the Chinese city of Wuhan.