The epidemic has killed at least 4.02 million people worldwide
The Covid-19 epidemic has killed at least 4,028,446 people worldwide since the end of December 2019, according to a study by the French news agency AFP.
More than 186,368,360 cases of infection have been officially diagnosed since the onset of the epidemic.
These numbers are based on daily reports from health officials in each country until 11:00 in Lisbon, and exclude corrections by statistical agencies such as Russia, Spain and the United Kingdom.
The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that overdose deaths, directly and indirectly linked to Govt-19, are two to three times higher than the results of the epidemic.
As of Saturday, 8,073 deaths and 436,321 new cases had been reported worldwide.
With 1,205 new deaths, Brazil, India (895) and Indonesia (826) were the countries with the highest number of deaths in the most recent study.
According to a study by Johns Hopkins University, the United States is by far the most affected country in terms of deaths and cases, with 33,847,784 cases out of 607,135 deaths.
After the United States, the most affected countries are Brazil with 532,893 deaths and 19,069,003 cases, India with 408,040 deaths (30,837,222 cases), Mexico with 234,907 deaths (2,586,721 cases) and Peru with 194,249 deaths (2,078815 cases).
Among the worst-affected countries, Peru has the highest number of deaths per population, with 589 deaths per 100,000 population, followed by Hungary (311), Bosnia (295), the Czech Republic (283) and Macedonia. .
To date, there have been a total of 1,178,970 deaths and 55,394,178 cases in Europe, 1,309,289 deaths in Latin America and the Caribbean (38,698,994), 633,562 deaths in the United States and Canada (35,268,020 cases), 151 cases in the Middle East (15,41,331, 151); Deaths (5,920,173 cases), Oceania 1,165 deaths (60,778 cases).
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