As of 11:00 this morning, according to official sources, the Govt-19 epidemic has killed at least 5,233,111 people worldwide since December 2019, according to a France-Press report. In total, 263,616,200 infections were officially diagnosed during the same period.
These values are based on balances reported daily by the health authorities of each country, but exclude corrections made by certain bodies responsible for the statistics.
The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that the incidence of the disease may be two or three times higher than officially recorded, taking into account the direct and indirect deaths associated with Govt-19.
Although screening procedures are intensified in many countries, the vast majority of less serious or asymptomatic cases remain undiagnosed.
In the last 24 hours, 10,261 people worldwide have died and 668,404 have been infected with Govt-19.
The United States, Russia (1,217) and Ukraine (525) were the countries with the highest number of deaths at 3,475 on their most recent balance sheet.
According to a recent stock poll conducted by Johns Hopkins University, the United States is the most affected country in terms of deaths and cases, with 785,912 deaths and 48,832,268 cases.
The United States was followed by Brazil with 615,179 deaths and 22,118,782 cases, India with 470,115 deaths (34,615,757 cases), Mexico with 294,715 deaths (3,894,364 cases) and Russia (3,894,364 cases) with 278 countries, 278, 277 cases, 278, 907 .
Among the worst-affected countries, Peru has the highest number of deaths at 610 per 100,000 population, followed by Bulgaria (411), Bosnia and Herzegovina (386), Montenegro (368), Macedonia (365), Hungary (362) and the Czech Republic (312). ).
The total number of deaths in Latin America and the Caribbean is 1,542,451 to date, with 46,738,917 cases in Europe, 1,533,294 deaths (85,575,895 cases), Asia 900,257 deaths (57,335,596 cases), the United States and deaths 214,984 deaths in the Middle East (14,3402 cases and 14,3402).
The assessment was based on data collected by France-Press representatives from qualified national officials and data from the World Health Organization (WHO).
Due to delays in the correction or release of data, the 24-hour increment numbers may not match exactly with those published the previous day.
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