The new coronavirus pandemic has registered in the last 24 hours more than 486,000 new cases and 6,907 deaths, bringing the total to more than 62.7 million people infected and 1.45 million victims mortal, according to the balance published this Monday by the Johns Hopkins University.
Around the world, 486,545 new cases have been registered in the last day, adding to a total of 62,746,222 infections worldwide, while the global death toll stands at 1,459,497. More than 40 million people have managed to overcome COVID-19, the respiratory disease caused by the coronavirus.
The United States has recorded the worst data in recent weeks of cases of the entire pandemic and computes in this balance more than 138,000 positives, bringing the total to 13.3 million infections. The fatalities from COVID-19 on US soil amount to 266,875.
India, on the other hand, continues with the downward trend of the rate of infections in recent weeks, although it already exceeds 9.43 million cases and accumulates 137,139 deaths. The Asian country is the one that has registered the most recoveries to date, more than 8.84 million.
Brazil remains in third position in this classification, which is configured based on data from 191 countries and territories with coronavirus cases. The South American giant has registered more than 6.3 million cases and 172,833 deaths. In the fourth position, France has 2.27 million cases with 52,410 fatalities, while Russia has 2.24 million infected people and 39,127 deaths.
Spain is listed below, with more than 1.62 million cases and 44,668 fatalities in the absence of the Ministry of Health updating the balance this Monday, ranking ahead of the United Kingdom, which has 1.62 million people with coronavirus and 58,342 deaths.
Italy is in eighth place in the global ranking, with 1.58 million infections and 54,904 fatalities, ahead of Argentina, which is the second country with the most cases in Latin America, with 1.41 million infected and 38,473 deaths.
Mexico accumulates more than 105,000 dead
Over a million cases Colombia is also located, with 1.3 million positives and 36,584 fatalities; and Mexico, which recorded 1.1 million positives and 105,605. Germany, for its part, registers 1.05 million infections and 16,306 deaths.
Still below a million, Poland has 985,075 people with coronavirus and 17,029 deaths, ahead of the 962,530 infected and the 35,923 deaths that are registered in Peru. Iran confirms 948,749 infections and 47,874 deaths, while South Africa, the most affected country in Africa, has 787,702 infected and 21,477 deaths.
For its part, Ukraine accumulates 752,051 cases of COVID-19 with 12,727 deaths, while Turkey –607,628 positives and 13,558 deaths–, Belgium –576,599 infections and 16,547 deaths–, Iraq –550,435 positives and 12,224 deaths– , Chile –550,430 cases and 15,356 deaths–, Indonesia –534,266 positives and 16,815 deaths–, the Netherlands –527,336 infections and 9,426 deaths– and the Czech Republic –519,723 cases and 8,138 deaths– above the threshold of half a million.
With more than 400,000 positives there are Romania, with 471,536 positives and 11,193 deaths; Bangladesh, with 462,407 infected and 6,609 fatalities; and the Philippines, with 429,864 cases and 8,373 deaths.
Already in the arc of 300,000 infections there are Pakistan (398,024), Canada (373,662), Saudi Arabia (357,128), Morocco (353,803), Israel (335,980) and Switzerland (318,290), while in the range of 200,000 to 300,000 infections are Portugal (294,799), Austria (279,708), Sweden (243,129), Nepal (231,978), Jordan (214,307) and Hungary (211,527).
Over 100,000 positives They are Ecuador (192,117); Serbia (169,241); United Arab Emirates (167,753); Panama (164,729); Japan (147,603); Bolivia (144,622); Dominican Republic (143,473); Bulgaria (142,486); Kuwait (142,426); Qatar (138,684); Costa Rica (137,093); Georgia (135,584); Armenia (135,124); Belarus (135,008); Kazakhstan (131,659); Lebanon (124,944); Croatia (126,612); Oman (123,484); Guatemala (121,971); Azerbaijan (118,195); Egypt (115,541); Ethiopia (109,534); Honduras (107,888); Moldova (107,017); Slovakia (105,733); Greece (104,227) and Venezuela (102,040).
China, the country where the pandemic originated, has 92,814 infected and 4,743 fatalities.