The number of COVID-cases in the world exceeded 340 million – WHO

The number of COVID-cases in the world exceeded 340 million - WHO

The mark of 300 million was passed on January 8

The World Health Organization is aware of 340,543,962 cases and 5,570,163 deaths from the virus.

In the world, the number of confirmed cases of infection with coronavirus exceeded 340 million, and the number of deaths – 5.57 million. TASS with reference to the World Health Organization (WHO).

So, according to the latest data, 340,543,962 cases of COVID and 5,570,163 deaths from the infection are known.

During the day, 3,472,227 people became infected, 9,184 deaths were recorded.

The maximum for the entire time of the pandemic was recorded on January 20, when 3,933,319 COVID cases were detected within 24 hours.

The mark of 300 million infected was passed on January 8.

Most of the confirmed cases of infection were registered in:

  • USA – 68 199 861,
  • India – 38 566 027,
  • Brazil – 23 416 748,
  • Great Britain – 15 613 287,
  • France – 15 201 084.

Most lethal outcomes are in:

  • USA – 852 334,
  • Brazil – 621 855,
  • India – 488 396,
  • Russia – 324 752,
  • Mexico – 302 112.

The Ministry of Health assessed the likelihood of a new lockdown

Recall that the day before in the Russian Federation recorded a record daily increase in cases of COVID. During the day, almost 50 thousand Russians fell ill with coronavirus, more than 9 thousand patients were admitted to hospitals.

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