More than 20 million COVID-19 cases worldwide, according to Johns Hopkins | Mexico | America Edition

The number of people with confirmed COVID-19 infections worldwide has just surpassed 20 million, according to the independent count by Johns Hopkins University (USA), which has also recorded 733,897 deaths to date. Specifically, confirmed cases are now (00:00 GMT on Tuesday) 20,001,019.

The country with the most infections is the United States with 5,085,821 (25.4% of the total) followed by Brazil with 3,057,470 (15.2%), India with 2,215,074 (11%), Russia with 890,799 (4 , 4%) and South Africa with 563,598 (2.8%). The top ten positions are filled by Mexico (480,278), Peru (478,024), Colombia (387,481), Chile (375,044) and Iran (328,844).

Related:   Trump says he thinks "good idea" have your face added to Rushmore

Disclaimer: Gitenberg brings its readers, one source of useful information for their next new vehicle purchase. We treat every model range independently and understand that not all cars are built for the racetrack and not all cars are built for the school run. Gitenberg applies an unbiased view when compiling reviews for its readers, providing key information and opinions to help make that next new car purchase a lot easier.

If you'd like to buy a car, visit here

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *