The death toll from Govt-19 is more than 3 million worldwide

The death toll from Govt-19 is more than 3 million worldwide

(CNN) – More than 3 million people have died worldwide Govit-19 Since the onset of the epidemic, Johns Hopkins University reported this Saturday.

With 566,224 deaths, the United States has the highest death toll, Brazil with 368,749 points Y Mexico with 211,693.

The World Health Organization He promised on Monday that the epidemic was at a “critical stage” and warned that the world did not need false expectations. After a slight decline in March, the number of deaths worldwide is rising again, with an average of about 12,000 deaths, approaching 14,400 deaths a day (overall events over 7 days) recorded at the end of January.

Countries such as the United States and the United Kingdom have reduced the number of additional daily deaths since the end of January due to the vaccine campaign. India Y Brazil They face epidemics like never before.

In Brazil, about 3,000 deaths are reported every day, representing almost a quarter of the world’s recorded daily deaths. Since the beginning of March, the country has been hit hardest in the world in terms of additional daily deaths worldwide.

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The epidemic showed no signs of declining because the 7-day average overall event in January is approaching the all-time high: more than 730,000 new cases were reported daily this week.

With 234,692 new infections reported this Saturday, India is three times more likely to have daily cases than the United States.

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India recorded 1,341 new deaths on Saturday, the highest number in a single day since June 17. On that day, a total of 2,003 deaths were recorded due to clerical errors, resulting in delays.

According to Johns Hopkins University, there have been 140 million cases of global Govt-19 since the outbreak began.

CNN’s Isha Mitra contributed to this report.

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