More than one million and 205 thousand deaths, 46 million and 825 thousand cases

This happens as the second wave grips the globe.

Jerusalem24 – The latest announced global statistics on the “Corona” pandemic showed, as of Monday, that the number of deaths due to infection with the virus reached more than one million and 205 thousand deaths, while the number of declared infected people reached approximately 46 million and 825 thousand injuries, of whom about 33 million recovered And 758 thousand patients.

The Corona pandemic continues to spread in 216 countries, territories and regions around the world, and yesterday, Sunday, 436,707 new infections were discovered, and in the last 24 hours, 5,300 people had died.

The statistics showed that the five countries that recorded the highest death toll in a single day in the world on Sunday were, respectively, India (493 deaths), Mexico (464 deaths), Iran (434 deaths), America (399 deaths), and Russia (245 deaths).

For the first time, America is ranked fourth in the world in terms of the outcome of the last 24 hours of the number of deaths, as it was topping the list recently, alternating with India.

The data also indicated that the five countries in the world that recorded the highest number of new cases yesterday within one day were, respectively, America (71,321 cases), India (46,441 cases), France (46,290 cases), Italy (29,907 cases), and Britain (23,254 cases).

The figures showed the resurgence of the virus strongly in France, Italy and Britain, as it applies to Russia, which recorded 18,665 new infections yesterday, and thus ranked sixth in the world in terms of the outcome of the last 24 hours of the number of new infections discovered.

America is still at the forefront of the world in terms of the highest death toll and the total number of injuries, and statistics showed that the five countries that are, as of Monday, the most affected by the pandemic in the world in terms of the total death toll, are: America (236,471 deaths), and Brazil (160,104) Deaths), India (122,642 deaths), Mexico (91,895 deaths), and Britain (46,717 deaths).

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