COVID-19

Global Coronavirus infections exceed 1 million, and deaths exceed 50,000

More than 1 million people worldwide are infected with the coronavirus, according to data from Johns Hopkins University researchers. Covid-19 has appeared in 204 countries and territories.

The United States is currently the country with the largest number of cases, with at least 234,462 cases, while Italy and Spain also surpassed 100,000. Next, Germany recorded at least 84,246 cases and went to China, where the outbreak was reported by researchers at least 82,432.

Specifically, the researchers say that at least 1,002,159 people worldwide have been confirmed to be infected with coronavirus.

Medical workers in protective clothing pulled a patient on a street in Naples.

This milestone was confirmed shortly after official Johns Hopkins University figures showed that the number of Covid-19 deaths worldwide had exceeded 50,000.

According to researchers at the US state of Maryland, 50,230 people have died from Covid-19 since the first case was discovered in Wuhan, China in late December 2019.

Italy recorded the most deaths so far with 13,915 cases, followed by Spain with 10,003 deaths. The United States is the third most heavily affected country with 5,316 cases.

Although more than half of the world’s people live under restrictive orders to prevent the spread of the disease, the coronavirus continues to claim thousands of lives. Spain and the UK are the two countries with the highest daily deaths.

This pandemic also continues to wreak havoc on the global economy. The US recorded 6.65 million workers who applied for unemployment benefits last week, a record number, and Spain also reported the largest monthly increase in the number of people claiming unemployment. .

The epidemic also caused disruption in the election of the United States. Democrats have announced they will postpone the meeting to choose a rival to President Donald Trump in the November election until Aug. 17.

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