The coronavirus pandemic has already left more than 3.5 million dead in the world, at a time when it is approaching the 169 million contagion barrier, according to data collected by the Johns Hopkins University.
The center has indicated on its website that to date 3,511,201 deaths and 168,966,139 infections have been reported worldwide, with the United States as the most affected country in total numbers, with more than 593,000 deaths and nearly 33.2 million positives.
This is followed by India, which has reported more than 27.5 million cases and nearly 319,000 deaths, and Brazil, with some 16.3 million cases and more than 456,000 deaths. Mexico is the fourth country in number of deaths, with more than 222,000, but ranks fifteenth in terms of infections.
France and Turkey have reported between five and six million infections, while Russia, the United Kingdom and Italy have confirmed between four and five million. In the three to four million range are Germany, Argentina, Spain and Colombia.
Iran, Poland, Mexico and Ukraine have reported between two and three million cases since the start of the pandemic, while Peru, Indonesia, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic, South Africa, Canada, Chile, the Philippines, Iraq, Romania, Sweden and Belgium have reported over one million positive cases.
Pakistan, Portugal, Israel, Hungary, Bagladesh, Japan, Jordan, Serbia, Switzerland, Austria, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Nepal, Malaysia, Lebanon and Morocco are between half a million and a million cases, while Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Kazakhstan, Ecuador and Bulgaria are between 400,000 and 500,000 cases.
Likewise, Greece, Belarus, Slovakia, Panama, Bolivia, Croatia, Paraguay, Georgia, Tunisia, Azerbaijan, Costa Rica, Occupied Palestinian Territories and Kuwait have reported between 300,000 and 400,000 cases. Dominican Republic, Uruguay, Denmark, Lithuania, Ethiopia, Egypt, Moldova, Ireland, Slovenia, Guatemala, Honduras, Bahrain, Venezuela, Armenia, Qatar, Oman and Bosnia and Herzegovina are listed between 200,000 and 300,000 cases.
Finally, Libya, Sri Lanka, Kenya, Nigeria, North Macedonia, Burma, Thailand, South Korea, Cuba, Albania, Latvia, Estonia, Algeria, Norway, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan and China have reported between 100,000 and 200,000 positives. China, where the pandemic originated, has confirmed 102,932 cases and 4,846 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University.