The pandemic leaves more than 122 million infections in the world.

525,000 CASES HAVE BEEN REGISTERED IN THE WORLD DURING THE LAST 24 HOURS, IN A NEW EPISODE OF THE UPWARD TREND

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According to data, the coronavirus pandemic has exceeded 122 million worldwide infections, leaving more than 525,000 cases in the world during the last 24 hours, in a new episode of the upward trend that has been going in recent days collected by Johns University Hopkins and updated to this Saturday.

Through its website, the agency has indicated that 526,241 cases have been confirmed during the last day and around 10,500 deaths, which places the totals at 122,372,482 and 2,702,595, respectively 69.3 million people recovered from COVID-19.

The United States is the most affected country in total figures, with 29.7 million cases and 541,143 deaths. Behind are Brazil, with 11.8 million infections and 290,314 deaths, and India, with 11.5 million affected and 159,558 deaths, respectively.

For its part, Mexico is the third country in the number of deaths, with 197,219, although it is in thirteenth place in the number of infections globally.

There are over four million cases in France, United Kingdom, and Russia. At the same time, between three and four million are in Italy and Spain. In the range between two and three million are Turkey, Germany, Colombia, Argentina, Mexico, and Poland.

Between one million and two million infections include Iran, Ukraine, South Africa, the Czech Republic, Peru, Indonesia, and the Netherlands, while Canada, Chile, Romania, Belgium, Israel, Portugal, Iraq, Sweden, Serbia, Pakistan, Switzerland, Jordan, Austria, Bangladesh, Philippines, and Hungary, are between half a million and a million viruses.

Similarly, the United Arab Emirates, Morocco, Lebanon, and Japan have also confirmed the transition between 400,000 to 500,000 viruses. In contrast, Saudi Arabia, Panama, Slovakia, Malaysia, Ecuador, and Belarus have detected between 300,000 and 400,000 cases.

On the opposite spectrum, between 200,000 and 300,000 claims are Tunisia, Occupied Palestinian Territories, Kuwait, Costa Rica, Georgia, Bulgaria, Nepal, Kazakhstan,  Slovenia, Greece, Bolivia, Croatia, Ireland, Dominican Republic, Azerbaijan, Denmark, Moldova, and Lithuania.

Ultimately, in the group among 100,000 and 200,000, viruses are Guatemala, Qatar, Ethiopia, Libya, Venezuela, Egypt, Paraguay, Burma, Bahrain, Nigeria, Bosnia Oman, Algeria, Herzegovina, Armenia, Albania, Kenya, Macedonia North, Honduras, and China.

China, the country where the pandemic originated, has 101,498 infected and 4,839 fatalities, as the university's balance sheet concludes.