The death toll from Corona in the world crossed the million mark tonight


With a new record, at the top of the world mortality list still stands the United States • It is followed by India and Brazil, both of which have identified more than 10 million patients so far • Forecasts for the winter are gloomy, and there are already surges in morbidity worldwide


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The death toll from the Corona virus crossed the million mark last night (Tuesday), according to data from Johns Hawkins University. The country that ranks first and most questionable in terms of mortality is the United States, with more than 200,000 deaths recorded in the country to date. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called the new record a “torturous milestone.”

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After the United States, Brazil is with more than 140,000 deaths and India in third place with more than 95,000 deaths. In Mexico, which is behind me, more than 76,000 people have died so far, in Britain more than 42,000, and in Italy about 36,000 deaths have been recorded from the virus.

Corona in the world (Photo: AP)
Photo: AP
Corona in New York, USA
Corona in Brooklyn, New York, USA | Photo: John Minchillo, ap

A high number of deaths from corona was also recorded in Peru, where the total number of deaths was higher than 32,000, and in France and Spain more than 31,000 people died from the virus in each country.

This new swelling comes almost 10 months after the first reports of an outbreak of the mysterious virus in Wuhan city in China. Since last December, more than 33 million people have been diagnosed with the virus worldwide.

The Corona in India (Photo: Reuters)
The corona in India | Photo: Reuters
Mass graves excavated in Brazil (Photo: Reuters)
Mass graves in Brazil | Photo: Reuters

The epidemic has since spread to 188 countries, with many countries trying to combat outbreaks through closures and other means, leading to a significant deterioration in the world economy.

Meanwhile, efforts are underway to develop an effective vaccine – although the World Health Organization has warned that the death toll could reach two million before the vaccine becomes widely available.

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