The Number of People Who Lost Their Lives From Coronavirus Reached 1 Million Worldwide
It has been announced that the number of people who died due to the new type of coronavirus (COVID-19) worldwide has reached 1 million. The vast majority of those who died lived in the United States.
The new type of coronavirus, which emerged in Wuhan, China at the end of last year, spread throughout the world in a short time and became a pandemic. According to the website ‘Worldometer’, which provides real-time statistics for various issues, the number of people who died worldwide due to the virus spreading to more than 200 countries and regions has exceeded 1 million.
On the other hand, while there have been 33 million 195 million 933 people who have been infected with the virus so far, 24 million 521 thousand 247 of these patients have defeated the virus and regained their health. While 25 million 521 thousand 77 of the cases worldwide were closed due to death or recovery, there are still 7 million 674 thousand 156 active cases ongoing. It is stated that the condition of 7 million 608 thousand 784 (99%) of these cases is stable, and the condition of 65 thousand 372 (1%) is at a critical level.
The vast majority of those who died due to the virus are from the USA:
Of the 1 million 530 patients who died worldwide due to the virus, 209 thousand 273 were living in the United States. USA is followed by Brazil with 141,503 deaths, India with 95,755 deaths, Mexico with 76,243 deaths and the United Kingdom with 41,988 deaths.
The countries with the highest number of deaths due to virus-related causes worldwide are as follows:
- USA – 209 thousand 273
- Brazil – 141 thousand 503
- India – 95 thousand 75
- Mexico – 76 thousand 243
- United Kingdom – 41 thousand 988
- Italy – 35 thousand 835
- Peru – 32 thousand 142
- France – 31 thousand 700
- Spain – 31 thousand 232
- Iran – 25 thousand 589