The new coronavirus pandemic originating in the Chinese city ofWuhanexceeds 2.7 million cases and leaves more than190,000 fatalities in 185 countries of the world, with the United States registering more than 27,000 positives in the last 24 hours.
According to the global balance of theJohns Hopkins UniversityUpdated this Friday at 10:00 am, the pandemic already leaves 2,710,264 people infected and 190,896 fatalities. The total number of people cured amounts to 743,419, with Germany leading this table with 106,800 people recovered, followed by Spain, with 89,250.
The United States remains the country most affected by the coronavirus, registering a total of 28,900 cases in the last 24 hours, compared to 28,400 the previous day. With the new cases,the balance in the United States amounts to 869,172 infected peopleand while there are already more than 49,963 fatalities.
To date, the United States has conducted 4.68 million tests to detect the coronavirus. New York State remains the epicenter of the pandemic, with more than 260,000 people infected and more than 20,000 dead.
Spain remains the second country most affected by the pandemic and the most affected in Europe by number of infections, with a total of 213,024 people infected and 22,157 deaths, followed by Italy, which has fewer people infected, 189,973, but more deaths, 25,549.
France continues in fourth place globally, with a total of 159,467 cases and 21,889 deaths, above Germany, which accumulates 153,129 infections and 5,575 fatalities. The United Kingdom remains the sixth most affected country with a total of 139,246 people infected and 18,791 deaths from coronavirus.
Turkey exceeds 100,000 infected
Turkey has overtaken Iran and China, the country of origin of the pandemic, and has more than 100,000 cases, with a total of 100,790 positives and 2,491 deaths, while the Islamic Republic has 87,026 positives and 5,481 deaths due to coronavirus.
China, for its part, has registered 83,884 infections and 4,636 deaths from the new coronavirus. Russia, for its part, ranks as the tenth most affected country, with 62,773 infected people and 555 deaths, compared to 50,036 infections and 3,331 deaths in Brazil. Canada is above the 40,000 positives, with 43,286 cases and 2,241, ahead of Belgium, which accumulates 42,797 infected people and 6,490 deaths.
The Netherlands then puts the balance at 35,921 people with coronaviruses and 4,192 deaths. Above 20,000 positives are Switzerland, India, Portugal and Peru, followed by Ireland, Sweden, Austria, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Japan, Chile, Mexico, Ecuador, Singapore, Pakistan, South Korea, Poland and Romania, which they exceed 10,000 infections.
The United Arab Emirates, Denmark and Belarus already have more than 8,000 positives. Indonesia, Qatar, Ukraine, Norway and the Czech Republic account for more than 7,000 people infected with coronavirus.
The Philippines, Australia and Serbia exceed 6,000 people with coronavirus, while Malaysia, the Dominican Republic and Panama have exceeded the threshold of 5,000 positives, ahead of Colombia, Finland and Bangladesh, which number more than 4,000.
South Africa, Egypt, Luxembourg, Morocco, Argentina and Algeria are above 3,000 infections, while Moldova, Thailand, Greece, Kuwait, Hungary, Kazakhstan and Bahrain have more than 2,000 infected people.
Iceland, Uzbekistan, Iraq, Oman, Estonia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, New Zealand, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Lithuania, Slovenia, Cameroon, Slovakia, North Macedonia, Afghanistan, Cuba, Bulgaria, Ghana and the Ivory Coast have more than a thousand infections.