3 million deaths in the world by Kovid; 25% new deaths in Brazil | Coronavirus

3 million deaths in the world by Kovid;  25% new deaths in Brazil |  Coronavirus
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According to Johns Hopkins University data, 3,000,225 deaths from the disease have been counted in the most recent update.

Left the world behind 3 million killed
Due to Kovid-19, it is Saturday (17th).

According to Johns Hopkins University data, 3,000,225 deaths from the disease have been counted in the most recent update. Although the United States leads the rankings of deaths and cases, countries such as Brazil and India, with daily records, are among those that boost the number of victims of infection at the highest speed.

In just three months, the world recorded 1 million deaths, on 14 January, 2 million people were killed. The milestone of 1 million deaths was recorded on September 28, 2020.

In the last week, there were an average of 12,000 deaths per day. In addition, around 140 million cases have been reported worldwide since the onset of the health crisis, with approximately 730 thousand cases per day.

Despite being only 5.5% of the world’s population, South America today concentrates about a third of the new victims of the new coronovirus.

With 368,749 deaths, Brazil is the second country with the most deaths from Kovid-19 and accounts for about a quarter of new deaths on the planet.

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Wayne is a reporter who covers everything from oil trading to China's biggest conglomerates and technology companies. Originally from Chicago, he is a graduate of New York University's business and economic reporting program.

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