the number of countries affected by the epidemic continues to increase in the United States and Italy
The emerging Coronavirus continues to spread rapidly around the world, with the United States and Italy, strengthening their lead in the list of countries most affected by the epidemic in terms of the number of infections and deaths.
According to the latest data published by the Johns Hopkins University, which tracks the outbreak of the virus known as “Covid-19” in the world, the total number of deaths so far has increased to 31,700, while the number of cases has reached 678,720.
Today, Italy became the first country in the world to exceed the death toll of the virus, which has ten thousand people, and there have been registered 10023 deaths so far.
Italy is also expected to soon become the second country in the world, after the United States, to exceed the limit of 100,000 infections, and there have been recorded 92472 cases so far.
At the same time, the United States is strengthening its lead in the list of countries most affected by the epidemic in terms of deaths, with the death toll so far increased to 124686 at least, with 2191 deaths.
Although China maintains third place in the list of countries most affected by Corona with 82,120 injuries and 3,304 deaths, the frequency of corona outbreaks in this country fell sharply and only a limited number of new infections were observed there.
Spain is ranked fourth in the Corona blacklist in terms of the number of injuries and the second in terms of deaths, with 787,979 cases and 6,528 deaths, and the virus is spreading with severe frequency, and the death toll has witnessed a record rise for the second day in a row.
Germany ranks fifth in the list of the largest corona foci in the world with 58,247 injuries and 455 deaths, according to American University data.
In ranks between the ages of six and ten, Iran (38,309 injuries and 2,640 deaths), France (38,150 injuries and 2,317 deaths) and Britain (17,320 cases and 1021 deaths) have infected the virus with a number of senior officials, including Prime Minister Boris Johnson, and Switzerland (14,352 injuries and 282 deaths) Belgium (10,836 injuries and 431 deaths).
In the Arab world, Saudi Arabia remains the only country with over 1,300 injuries and four deaths.