Approximately 127 million Coronavirus cases worldwide

Approximately 127 million Coronavirus cases worldwide

(ABM FN-Dow Jones) There are now 126.7 million Covid-19 infections recorded worldwide. This is evident from current data collected by Johns Hopkins CSSE on Sunday.

The number of Americans carrying the coronavirus today has risen to more than 30.2 million, at 548,828 deaths.

Brazil now has 12.5 million infections. In India this is 12.0 million.

In Western Europe, France has the largest number of infections, with about 4.6 million. The UK has more than 4.3 million cases. Italy now has 3.5 million infections and Spain nearly 3.3 million. In Germany, the number of injuries approaches 2.8 million.

In the Netherlands, the number of official injuries now stands at 1,263,882, compared to 1,254,728 on Saturday morning, and in Belgium, at 866,063, compared to 860,731, an increase of 9,154 and 5,332, respectively.

In China, where the outbreak began in late 2019, 101,646 cases of corona have been recorded so far. There were 101,623 yesterday.

According to Johns Hopkins data, 2.78 million people around the world have died from the virus. More than 71.8 million people have recovered.

ABMFNABM Financial News; [email protected]; Revised text: +31 (0) 20 26 28999.

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