According to the daily balance of the agency France-Press, the epidemic caused by the new coronovirus has killed at least 1,926,570 people worldwide since the first case was reported in China.
According to official sources, today, according to the balance sheet created at 11:00 TMG (12:00 in Lisbon), more than 89,557,550 people have been infected with the new coronavirus worldwide.
To date, at least 55,288,900 people have been cured of the Kovid-19, adding to the French agency, stating that official figures represent only a part of the actual number of pollution in the world.
Some countries only test serious cases, others use tests primarily for screening and many poor countries have limited testing capabilities.
According to data collected and released by the agency, there were 13,357 deaths and 756,368 new infections on Saturday.
The countries that recorded the most deaths that day were the United States (3,684), Brazil (1,171) and Mexico (1,1000).
According to data from Johns Hopkins University, the United States is the most affected country, with both deaths and infections, a total of 372,522 deaths and 22,138,418 cases.
After the United States, the countries most affected are 202,631 deaths and 8,075,998 cases, India with 150,999 deaths (10,450,284 cases), 133,204 deaths (1,524,036 cases) and 80,868 cases with the United Kingdom killed (3,017,409 cases).
Among the most hit countries, Belgium is the one with the highest number of deaths in relation to its population, with 173 deaths per 100,000 inhabitants, followed by Slovenia (143), Bosnia (131), Italy (130) and North Macedonia (125). .
In terms of regions of the world, 617,928 deaths occurred in Europe in 28,772,389 cases, 529,080 deaths (16,444,245 cases) in Latin America and the Caribbean, 3891010 deaths (22,789,340 cases) in the United States and Canada, Asia 225,228 deaths. (14,292,742 cases), Middle East 91,957 deaths (4,204,639 cases), Africa 72,122 deaths (3,022,860 cases) and Oceania 945 deaths (31,336 cases).
The remaining amount was based on information received by the AFP from national authorities and the World Health Organization (WHO).
Due to the improvements made by the authorities and late notifications, the increase in daily numbers may not correspond to the variance from figures taken a day earlier.