translated from Spanish: The coronavirus pandemic is over 58 million cases worldwide

The pandemic of the new coronavirus accumulates more than 58 million cases worldwide after adding up in the last 24 hours plus 570,000 new contagions, a figure that breaks the last two days of records that had recorded more than 600,000 global infected, according to Johns Hopkins University’s global balance sheet updated to this Sunday. In particular, there have been 579,309 new cases worldwide on the last day, while the overall death figure stands at 1,381,130. More than 37.2 million people have managed to overcome the disease worldwide. The United States has recorded the worst case data for the entire pandemic in recent days, and this Sunday has risen back to record cifas with more than 175,000 contagions, bringing total cases above 12 million. CoVID-19 fatalities on U.S. soil rise to 255,899.India, but it continues the downward trend in the rate of contagion in recent weeks, although it already exceeds 9 million cases and accumulates 133,227 deaths. The Asian country has recorded the most recoveries to date, more than 8.45 million. Brazil remains third in this classification, which is configured from data from 190 countries and territories with coronavirus cases. The South American giant has recorded more than 6 million cases and 168,989 dead. In fourth place, France counts 2.17 million cases with 48,593 fatalities, while Russia has oversteerned the two million people infected and 34,980 dead. Spain is listed below, with more than 1.55 million cases and 42,619 fatalities, ahead of the UNITED Kingdom, which has 1.47 million people with coronavirus and 54,721 deaths.As a note to note, Italy has in recent hours outperformed Argentina with 1.38 million cases and 49,261 deaths, while the Latin American country, claims 1.36 million infected, and accumulates 36,902 deaths from the disease. Above one million positives are Colombia, with 1.24 million positives and 35,104 fatalities; Mexico, which counts 1.02 million positives and exceeds 100,000 deces (100,823). Peru then registers 948,081 infected people and 35,549 fatalities, ahead of the infected 927,990 and the 14,061 deaths in Germany. Poland has 843,475 cases and 13,288 deaths, ahead of Iran, which has 841,308 cases and 44,327 deaths. South Africa, Africa’s most affected country, counts 765,409 infected and 20,845 deceased. Ukraine accumulates 641,929 cases of COVID-19 with 11,287 deaths, while Belgium – 556,904 positives and 15,522 dead – Chile – 539,143 contagions and 15,030 deaths – and Iraq – 533,555 positive and 11,925 dead – are also above the half-million threshold. With more than 400,000 positives are Indonesia, with 493,308 positives and 15,774 fatalities; Czech Republic, with 490,750 cases and 7,095 deaths; Netherlands, with 486,820 contagions and 8,946 deces; Bangladesh, with 445,281 cases and 6,350 dead; Turkey, with 440,805 positives and 12,219 deaths; Philippines, with 416,852 infected and 8,123 fatalities; and finally Romania, the latest addition of the last hours, with 412,808 cases and 9,916 deaths. Already in the arc of the 300,000 contagions are Pakistan (374,173), Saudi Arabia (355,034), Canada (329,084), Israel (328,397), Morocco (320,962), while in the fork of the 200,000 to 300,000 contagions are Switzerland (290,601), Portugal (255,970), Austria (241,962), Nepal (218,639) and Sweden (208,295). Above 100,000 positives are Ecuador (184,876); Jordan (178,161); Hungary (170,298); United Arab Emirates (157,785); Panama (153,577); Bolivia (143,922); Kuwait (139,734); Dominican Republic (137,770); Qatar (137,062), Japan (131,464); Costa Rica (129,418); Armenia (126,224); Kazakhstan (125,466); Belarus (122,435), Oman (121,360); Bulgaria (120,697); Guatemala (118,417); Serbia (116,125); Lebanon (115,283); Egypt (112,676); Ethiopia (105,352), Honduras (104,435); Georgia (100,684) and, as the last addition to the group, Croatia (100,410). China, the country where the pandemic originated, counts 92,037 infected and 4,742 fatalities.

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