The number of COVID-19 infection cases worldwide has exceeded 200 million

Trace of a novel coronavirus pandemic that has spread from China

Johns Hopkins University has reported that since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, more than 200 million cases of coronavirus infection have been recorded worldwide, Interfax reports.

The total number of reported COVID-19 infection cases currently stands at 200 million 14,602. At the same time, more than 4.2 million people have died consequences of infection.

In turn, the Worldometer portal has reported around 200.7 million cases of infection.

It is worth noting that the leaders in the number of detected infection cases remain the United States (over 36 million) and India (around 31 million).

Previously the US National Institute of Health (NIH) & nbsp; informed & nbsp; that there is evidence that the first cases of coronavirus infection in the country date back to December 2019.

In late 2019, China reported an outbreak of the disease caused by a new one type of coronavirus. It was registered in Wuhan City, located in Hubei Province. On March 11, the WHO announced the & nbsp; COVID-19 pandemic around the world. & Nbsp; On March 29, China & nbsp; announced the end of the coronavirus epidemic.


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