At least 172,873,850 coronavirus cases have been reported. The great majority of people have healed, while some have had symptoms for weeks or even months.
The data are based on daily reporting from each country’s health authority. They do not include modifications made by other statistics organizations, which reflect a substantially greater number of deaths.
Because of the increased mortality that is directly and indirectly connected to Covid-19, the World Health Organization predicts that the pandemic’s overall toll might be two to three times greater than official data. Despite increased testing in many countries, a considerable percentage of less severe or asymptomatic cases go undiscovered.
On Saturday, there were 10,020 new fatalities and 403,621 new cases reported throughout the world. According to the most recent estimates, India had the largest number of new deaths with 2,677, followed by Brazil with 1,689 and Colombia with 532.
With 597,377 fatalities from 33,357,240 cases, the United States is the worst-affected country.
Brazil, with 472,531 fatalities from 16,907,425 cases, India, with 346,759 fatalities from 28,809,399 cases, Mexico, with 228,754 fatalities from 2,432,280 cases, and Peru, with 186,073 fatalities from 1,980,391 cases, are the worst-affected nations after the United States.
Peru has the highest death rate, with 564 deaths per 100,000 people, followed by Hungary (309), Bosnia and Herzegovina (286), the Czech Republic (282), and the Republic of North Macedonia (261).
Overall, 1,177,972 people died from 33,872,153 infections in Latin America and the Caribbean, 1,141,892 people died from 53,211,826 infections in Europe, and 623,083 people died from 34,748,020 infections in the United States and Canada.
Asia has 502,761 fatalities out of 37,355,325 cases, the Middle East has 144,520 fatalities out of 8,725,622 cases, Africa has 132,049 fatalities out of 4,911,526 cases, and Oceania has 1,104 fatalities out of 49,379 cases.
The statistics updated over the last 24 hours may not exactly correspond to the previous day’s tallies due to adjustments by national authorities or late publishing of data.