The number of infected with the coronavirus in the world approaching 9 million

As of this morning throughout the world, the coronavirus has infected 8 929 394 (+137 thousand people per day). About it reports the Johns Hopkins University that tracks the spread of the disease.

Victims COVID-19 467 676 people, recovered 4 419 735.

In the U.S. the number of infections has reached 2 279 879, died 119 969, recovered 622 133 people.

In Brazil ill 1 083 341 people 50 591 deaths and 588 118 recovered.

This is followed by Russia – 583 879 infected, 8101 dead and 339 142 recovered from COVID-19.

In fourth place for the spread of the disease is India, there is ill, 410 461 people, 13 died 254, 227 756 recovered.

The UK holds the fifth position – where the coronavirus has infected 305 803 people died 42 717.

Peru 251 of 338 infected, deaths 7861.

Scale of infection Chile has surpassed Italy – there are 242 355 cases and 4479 (according to official statistics) deaths.

Flash coronavirus infection COVID-19 began in late 2019 in China. March 11, 2020, the world health organization declared the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.

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