The new Corona virus has killed 2,107,903 people in the world since the WHO office in China reported the outbreak of the disease at the end of December 2019, according to official sources, today, Saturday.
More than 98,127,150 people worldwide have contracted the virus since the outbreak of the epidemic, 59,613,300 of them have recovered.
Since the start of the epidemic, the number of detection tests has increased dramatically and screening and tracking techniques have improved, which has led to an increase in diagnosed infections.
Despite this, the reported number of infections may only reflect a small portion of the actual total, with a large proportion of less severe or asymptomatic cases remaining undetected.
Friday, 16,380 additional deaths and 661,495 new infections were recorded in the world.
And the countries that recorded the highest number of new deaths according to their latest figures are the United States with 4,151 deaths, Mexico (1440) and the United Kingdom (1,401).
The United States is the country most affected by the epidemic; There were 414,107 deaths out of 24,821,814 injuries, according to the Johns Hopkins University census.
After the United States, the most affected countries are Brazil, where 215,243 deaths and 8,753,920 injuries were recorded, India with 153,184 deaths (10,639,684 injuries), Mexico with 147,614 deaths (1,732,290 injuries) and the United Kingdom with 95,981 deaths (3,583,907 injuries).
Belgium has the highest death rate for the population, with 178 deaths per 100,000 people, followed by Slovenia (159), the Czech Republic (143), the United Kingdom (141) and Italy (140).
As of 11:00 GMT Saturday, Europe had counted 692,687 deaths (31,782,078 injuries), Latin America and the Caribbean 568,016 deaths (17,966,820) and the United States and Canada 432,904 deaths (25,557,559 injuries).
In Asia, 234,399 deaths (14,858,277 injuries), the Middle East 9,5095 deaths (4,535,883 injuries), Africa 8,3857 deaths (3,394,935 injuries), and Oceania 945 deaths (31,606 injuries).