Worldwide, more than 1 million people with the coronavirus died (Johns Hopkins)


The counter of Johns Hopkins University passed the milestone of 1 million deaths just before 3 am Belgian time on Tuesday night. There are now reports of 1,000,555 deaths from COVID-19 worldwide.

The most fatalities were in the United States (about 205,000), followed by Brazil (more than 142,000) and India (over 95,000). In Belgium, just under 10,000 people with the corona virus have died.

The most infections have also been found in the US: more than 7.1 million. Worldwide, there are more than 33 million confirmed cases, according to the university. The actual number of infections and deaths is believed to be much higher.

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