Johns Hopkins: More than 200 million infections worldwide

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Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, the number of infections detected worldwide has risen to more than 200 million. This was revealed yesterday by data from the US University Johns Hopkins in Baltimore.

The number of known infections has thus risen by 100 million in just over six months, since January 26. The number of confirmed deaths worldwide following CoV infection now stands at 4.25 million – twice as many as at the end of January.

Experts believe both infections and deaths worldwide are higher than that. The university’s website is regularly updated with incoming data and shows a slightly higher level than the World Health Organization (WHO) figures. In some cases, however, the numbers have been revised downward.

The WHO counted 199.5 million confirmed infections and nearly 4.25 million deaths through Wednesday. The number of vaccinations administered worldwide now stands at around four billion, according to the WHO.

  • source: ORF.at/agencies/picture: pixabay.com

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