More than 3.5 million people have died of coronavirus worldwide

More than 3.5 million people have died of coronavirus worldwide

Most of all were infected over the past day in South-East Asia. The highest deaths since the beginning of the pandemic are in the United States, India, and Brazil.

The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 infection in the world was 168,599,045 people. Over the past day, the increase was more than 545 thousand. The number of deaths from the coronavirus has increased by more than 12.4 thousand — 3,507,477 deaths, according to data from the World Health Organization (WHO).

More than 38% of cases of infection in the past 24 hours were recorded in South-East Asia (208,644), which also includes India. In second place — North and South America (205,660), in third — Europe (70,197).

Most cases of infection were registered in:

United States (32,869,009),
India (27,555,457),
Brazil (16,274,695),
France (5,535,701),
Turkey (5 220 549),
Russia (5,044,459),
Great Britain (4,473,681),
Italy (4,205,970),
Germany (3,669,870),
Spain (3,663,176),
Argentina (3,622,135),
Colombia (3,294,101).

The highest number of fatalities in the:

United States (586,890),
Brazil (454,429),
India (318,895),
Mexico (222,232),
Great Britain (127,758), Italy (125,793),
Russia (120,406),
France (108,354),
Germany (88,187),
Colombia (86,180),
Spain (79,888),
Iran (79,384).

The day before, we wrote that a British journalist died after being vaccinated with AstraZeneca. Lisa Shaw was treated for blood clots after she started having severe headaches after being vaccinated.

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